Updated: Mar 1
The field of "computational cryopreservation" deals with the usage of computational methods in cryopreservation protocols. Currently, there is very little computational work done that can be applied to improve post-thaw cell and tissue quality. Novel and innovative approaches are required to speed up the optimisation of cryopreservation protocols. Ultimately, one major goal would be to have a generic computational tool that can be used together with experimental work to generate custom and optimal cryopreservation processes for cells, tissues and organs.
Along those lines, a review on the field of cryopreservation that also touches on computational aspects will be published soon. Feel free to contact me if you would like to learn more.