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Nanotech 2004 Technical Program - Thursday March 11

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8:00 Thursday OpeningConstitution Ballroom
 
8:00 Technical KeynotesConstitution Ballroom
 Session chair: Wolfgang Windl, Ohio State Univ.
8:00 MesoDyn and AFM: Design, Imaging and Simulation Block Copolymers (invited) (speaker biography)
H. Fraaije, Universiteit Leiden, NL
8:40 Large-Scale Integration of Nanosystems (invited) (speaker biography)
M. Roukes, Caltech, US
 
9:20 BreakGrand Ballroom
 
9:40 Modeling Fundamental Phenamena in MEMSBack Bay Ballroom A
 Session chair: Wenjing Ye, Georgia Institute of Technology and John Pelesko, University of Delaware
9:40 Field-induced Dielectrophoresis and Phase Separation for Manipulating Particles in Microfluidics
D.J. Bennett, B. Khusid, C.D. James, P.C. Galambos, M. Okandan, D. Jacqmin, A. Kumar, Z. Qiu and A. Acrivos, New Jersey Institute of Technology, US
10:00 Optimal Design of an Electrostatic Zipper Actuator
M.P. Brenner, J.H. Lang, J. Li and A.H. Slocum, Harvard University, US
10:20 Taylor Dispersion in Electroosmotic Flows with Random Zeta Potentials
J.P. Gleeson and H.A. Stone, University College Cork, IE
10:40 An Integrated Transport Model for Tracking of Individual Exocytotic Events Using a Microelectrode
T-H Fan and A.G. Fedorov, Georgia Institute of Technology, US
11:00 The Model of Porous Media - Complete Description for Aggregation of Bead-Monolayers in Flat Microfluidic Chambers
M. Grumann, M. Dobmeier, P. Schippers, T. Brenner, R. Zengerle and J. DucrÈe, IMTEK - University of Freiburg, DE
11:20 Dealing with Stiffness in Time-Domain Stokes Flow Simulation
C.P. Coelho, J.K. White and L.M. Silveira, MIT - RLE, US
11:40 Modeling the Fluid Dynamics of Electro-Wetting on Dielectric (EWOD)
S. Walker and B. Shapiro, University of Maryland, US
 
9:40 Accelyrs Special Session on Nanotechnology Tools: Metrology and ModelingBack Bay Ballroom B
 Session chair: Scott Mize, AngstroVision, Inc.
9:40 Challenges for Nanotechnology Tool Makers
S. Mize, Angstro Vison, Inc., US
9:50 Modeling Tools for Nanotech
G. Goldbeck-Wood, Accelrys, US
10:10 New Simulation Tools for Nanotechnology
M. Payne, University of Cambridge, UK
10:30 Local Electrode Atom Probes for 3-D Metrology
T. Kelly, T. Gribb, J. Olson, R. Martens, J. Shepard, S. Wiener, T. Kunicki, R. Ulfig, D. Lenz, E. Strennen, E. Oltman, J. Bunton and D. Strait, Imago Scientific Instruments Corp., US
10:50 Microfabrication of Tools for Nanotechnology
U. Staufer, University of Neuch‚tel, CH
11:10 Next Generation Tools for Nanoscience
N.D. Shinn, Sandia National Laboratories, US
 
9:40 Bio Molecular MotorsBack Bay Ballroom C
 Session chair: Srinivas Iyer, LANL
9:40 A Molecular Motor that Links the Biological and Silicon Worlds
T. Robinson, A. Blundell, C.F. Dutta and K. Firman, University of Portsmouth, UK
10:00 Viral Protein Linear (VPL) Nano-Actuators
A. Dubey, G. Sharma, C. Mavroidis, S.M. Tomassone, K.P. Nikitczuk and M.L. Yarmush, Northeastern University, US
10:20 Biomimetic Molecules as Building Blocks for Synthetic Muscles - A Proposal
A.H. Flood, J. Badjic, J-Y Han, C. Pentecost, B.H. Northrop, S.J. Cantrill, K.N. Houk and J.F. Stoddart, UCLA and CNSI, US
10:40 MEMS Biofluidic Device Concept Based on a Supramolecular Motor
M.J. Knieser, R. Pidaparti, F. Kadioglu, R.D. Harris, M.R. Knieser and A. Hsu, Indiana Univerisity Purdue University Indianapolis, US
11:00 A Mechanistic Model of the Motility of Actin Filaments on Myosin
D.V. Nicolau_Jr. and D.V. Nicolau, Swinburne University, AU
11:20 RNA Polymerase as an Information-Dependent Molecular Motor
R.T. Pomerantz, M. Anikin, J. Zlatanova and W.T. McAllister, SUNY Downstate Medical Center, US
11:40 A Proposal Conceptualization of a Hybrid Bio-Moto-Reductor Actuator and the ''Virtual Shaft'' Hypothesis
M.A. Venegas, NSTI - Affiliate, MX
 
8:30 Workshop on Compact Modeling Poster BriefingFairfax
 Session chair: Juin Liou, University of Central Florida
8:30 Improved Compact Model for Four-Terminal DG MOSFETs
T. Nakagawa, T. Sekigawa, T. Tsutsumi, M. Hioki, E. Suzuki and H. Koike, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, JP
8:40 Predicting the SOI History Effect Using Compact Models
M.H. Na, J.S. Watts, E.J. Nowak, R.Q. Williams and W.F. Clark, IBM, US
8:50 New Capabilities for Verilog-A Implementations of Compact Device Models
M. Mierzwinski, P. O'Halloran, B. Troyanovsky, K. Mayaram and R.W. Dutton, Tiburon Design Automation, US
9:00 A Practical Method to Extract Extrinsic Parameters for the Silicon MOSFET Small- Signal Model
S-C Wang, G-W Huang, K-M Chen, H-C Tseng and T-L Hsu, National Nano Device Laboratories, TW
9:10 Automatic BSIM3/4 Model Parameter Extraction with Penalty Functions
Y. Mahotin and E. Lyumkis, Integrated Systems Engineering, US
9:20 A Trial Report: HiSIM-1.2 Parameter Extraction for 90 nm Technology
Y. Iino, Silvaco Japan, JP
9:30 Extraction of Extrinsic Series Parameter in RF CMOS
M.S. Alam and G.A. Armstrong, The Queen's University of Belfast, UK
9:40 Analytic Formulae for the Impact Ionization Rate for Use in Compact Models of Ultra-Short Semiconductor Devices
H. Morris, M.M. De Pass and H. Abebe, USC Information Sciences Institute, US
9:50 On the Correlations Between Model Process Parameters in Statistical Modeling
J. Slez·k, A. Litschmann, S. Ban·s, R. Mlcousek and M. Kejhar, ON Semiconductor, CZ
10:00 Characterization and Modeling of Silicon Tapered Inductors
A.S. Peng, K.M. Chen, G.W. Huang, H.Y. Chen and C.Y. Chang, National Nano Device Laboratories, TW
 
10:00 Japan and Asia Nanotech Initiatives: PanelBack Bay Ballroom D
 Session chair: Louis Ross, GETI, US-JP
- B. Yang, ITRI VP & Director of Taiwan's National Nanotech Program, TW
- M. Takemura, National Institute for Materials Science, JP
- P. Binks, Nanotechnology Victoria Ltd., AU
- Y. Cho, KAIST, KR
 
11:00 MEMS CommercializationBack Bay Ballroom D
 Session chair: Joe Brown, Suss MicroTec
- S. Bart, NSTI, US
- P. Werbaneth, Tegal Corporation, US
- J. Frˆhling, M+W Zander GmbH, D
 
12:00 Lunch - on own
 
1:30 MEMS Design and ApplicationsBack Bay Ballroom A
 Session chair: Vern Shrauger, OTI
1:30 Optimized Distributive u-Mixing by Chaotic Multilamination
F. Schˆnfeld, K.S. Drese, S. Hardt, V. Hessel and C. Hofmann, Institut f¸r Mikrotechnik Mainz -(IMM), DE
1:50 Analysis of Micromachined PZT Membranes for MEMS Power
J.H. Cho, M.J. Anderson, R.F. Richards, D.F. Bahr and C.D. Richards, Washington State University, US
2:10 Integrated High Frequency RF Inductors with Nano/micro Patterned Ferromagnetic Cores
Y. Zhuang, M. Vroubel, B. Rejaei and J.N. Burghartz, Delft University of Technology, NL
2:30 Two-Regime Hollow PDMS Abbe Prism for u-TAS Applications
A. Llobera, R. Wilke and S. B¸ttgenbach, Institut f¸r Mikrotechnik, DE
2:50 Device Characterization at the Wafer Level via Optical Actuation and Detection
J. Hedley, J.S. Burdess, A.J. Harris and B.J. Gallacher, Newcastle University, UK
3:10 A MOEMS Electrothermal Grating
E.P. Furlani, Eastman Kodak Research Labs, US
3:30 Practical Techniques for Measuring MEMS Properties
J.V. Clark, D. Garmire, M. Last, J. Demmel and S. Govindjee, Berkeley Sensor and Actuator Center, US
3:50 Pumping Capacity and Reliability Study on Silicon-Based Cryogenic Micro Pump
Y. Zhao, B. Li, D. Ludlow and X. Zhang, Boston University, US
 
1:30 Tutorial: Nano-Bio-Micro FluidicsBack Bay Ballroom B
 Session chair: Steve Wereley, Purdue University
 
1:30 Bio SensorsBack Bay Ballroom C
 Session chair: Srinivas Iyer, LANL
1:30 Optical Detection of Integrin AvB3 Using a Nanostructured Lipid Bilayer Membrane Biosensor
O. Worsfold and T. Nishiya, Fujirebio Inc., JP
1:50 Micro-Patterning of Ionic Reservoirs within a Double Bilayer Lipid Membrane to Fabricate a 2D Array of Ion-Channel Switch Based Electrochemical Biosensors
J.M. SansiÒena, C.K. Yee, A. Sapuri, B.I. Swanson, A. Redondo and A.N. Parikh, Los Alamos National Laboratory, US
2:10 Potentiometric Biosensors Based on Silicon and Porous Silicon
I. Basu, R.V. Subramanian, A. Mathew, A. Chadha and E. Bhattacharya, Indian Institute of Technology Madras, IN
2:30 Bio-Impedance Sensing Device (BISD) for Detection of Human CD4+ Cells
N.N. Mishra, S. Retterrer, T.J. Zieziulewicz, M. Isaacson, D. Szarowski, D.E. Mousseau, D.A. Lawrence and J.N. Turner, New York City Department of Health, US
2:50 Behavior of Living Human Neural Networks on Microelectrode Array Support
R. Pizzi, F. Gelain, A. Fantasia, D. Rossetti and A. Vescovi, University of Milan, IT
3:10 Glucose Sensors Based on Glucose Oxidase Immobilized in Polypyrrole-Polyacrylamide Microparticles
E. LÛpez-Cabarcos, J. Rubio-Retama, D. Mecerreyes and B. LÛpez-Ruiz, University Complutense, ES
 
1:30 Research and Educational InitiativesBack Bay Ballroom D
 Session chair: Chris Menzel, NSTI
1:30 Public-Private Partnerships in Nanotechnology R&D
D.A. Bansleben, NIST, US
1:50 Nanoscience Integration Challenges
N.D. Shinn, Sandia National Laboratories/CINT, US
2:10 U.S. Army, Smart Coatings Materiel Program
L. Battista, N. Colon and J. Zunino, U.S. Army Armament Research, Development & Engineering Center, Industrial Ecology Center, US
2:30 Introducing Nanotechnology to Public and School Audiences
C.L. Alpert, Museum of Science, Boston, US
2:50 NANOPOLIS: An Infrastructure for Communication in the Nanotech World
D. Bog and F. Ciontu, iMediasoft Group, FR
3:10 Nanoinformatics: Emerging Computational Tools in Nano-scale Research
K. Ruping and B.W. Sherman, Fellow, MIT, US
 
1:30 WCM TutorialsFairfax
- The EKV3.0 Model for Analog/RF Design: A Review
M. Bucher, National Technical University of Athens, GR
- RF CMOS: Current Status and Compact Modeling
J. Liou, University of Central Florida, US
 
3:30 Standardizing Routes to Commercialization of Nanotechnology: Materials, Tools, Manufacturing PlatformsBack Bay Ballroom D
 Session chair: Dan Gamota, Motorola
3:30 An Industry Perspective on the Need for Standards for Nanotechnology
J.L. Tucker, Keithley, US
3:50 The Bridge to Commercialization to Nanotechnology: Role of Standardization in the Manufacturing Workforce and Processes
H.D. Mecham, Utah Valley Stage College, US
4:10 Standards and Quality Control in Software Tools: Current Status and Requirements Gerhard Goldbeck-Wood
G. Goldbeck-Wood, Accelrys, UK
4:30 Nanotechnology Standards Along the Product Life Cycle
R. Gamota, Motorola, US
 
3:40 Tutorial: Introduction to Industrial MicrotechnologyLiberty C
 Session chair: Stephen Bart, NSTI
 
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