I'm preparing for a thesis in computer science on calculations based on concepts from Neuroelectrodynamics.
In short this theory states, that information transfer is not done by spike time coding, but by movement of electric charges. Also this charges affect (and get affected by) proteins in the brain cells, so the cells can act as a kind of memory
How can electric charges be represented in terms of programming? Do you have to simulate each and every ion or are there overall principles so you can calculate with "whole" charges? I could imagine Circuit simulations already implement some calculations with electrodynamics.
I assume there are already computation systems, but I didn't know what to look for.
Also, I'm quite new to the field of electrodynamic. Which book can you recommend on this topic?