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Nanotech 2005 Program - Monday May 9

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8:30 Nanotech 2005 KeynotesGrand Ballroom
 Session chair: Bart Romanowicz, NSTI
8:30 National Nanotechnology Policy
R. Russell, Office of Science and Technology Policy, US
(speaker biography)
9:15 Nanotechnology at Motorola Labs
V. Ilderem, Motorola, US
(speaker biography)
 
10:00 Exhibit Opening - Break Sponsored by Natural NanoMarquis Ballroom
 
10:30 Surfaces and Films - 1Salon C-D
 Session chair: Greg Blackman, DuPont, US
10:30 Multiscale Modeling of Self-Organized Mono-layer Surface Atomic Clusters
Q. Hu, N.M. Ghoniem and D. Walgraef, University of California, Los Angeles, US
10:50 Polymer Nanocoatings by Initiated Chemical Vapor Deposition (iCVD)
K.K. Gleason, H.G. Pryce Lewis, K. Chan, K.K.S. Lau and Y. Mao, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, US
11:10 Coating of Glass Surfaces with Nanoparticles of different Materials Synthesized in Microemulsions
A. LÛpez-Trosell and R. Schom‰cker, TU Berlin, DE
11:30 Ferroelectric Properties of FIB-prepared Single Crystal BaTiO3 Nanocapacitors
A. Schilling, MM. Saad, P. Baxter, TB. Adams, RM. Bowman, JM. Gregg, FD. Morisson and JF. Scott, Queen's University, Belfast & Nanotec NI, UK
11:50 Formation of Biotinylated Alkylthiolate Self-Assembled Monolayers on Gold
C.A. Canaria, J.R. Maloney, C.J. Yu, J.O. Smith, S.E. Fraser and R. Lansford, California Institute of Technology, US
12:10 Functional Nano-Structured Surfaces for Protein Based Sensors
A. Valsesia, T. Meziani, P. Colpo, M. Lejeune, G. Ceccone and F. Rossi, Joint Research Center, European Commission, IT
 
10:45 Nanoscale Device and Process ModelingSalon 2
 Session chair: Wolfgang Windl, Ohio State University, US
10:45 Modeling of Contact Formation in Carbon Nanotube Devices
K. Ravichandran and W. Windl, The Ohio State University, US
11:05 Understanding Medium-Range Order of Fused Silica under High Pressure through Simulations
L.P. Davila, M.-J. Caturla, A. Kubota, B. Sadigh, T. Diaz de la Rubia, J.F. Shackelford, S.H. Risbud and S.H. Garofalini, University of California, Davis, US
11:25 Kinetic Monte Carlo Simulation of Defect-Mediated Organization in Quantum Dot Self-Assembly
D. Gao, A. Kaczynski and J.A. Jaszczak, Michigan Technological University, US
11:45 Modeling of Germanium/Silicon Interdiffusion in Silicon/Silicon Germanium/Silicon Single Quantum Well Structures
M. Hasanuzzaman and Y.M. Haddara, McMaster University, CA
12:05 Multi-Scale Computational Framework: Theoretical approach and application for the growth of carbon nanotubes
A.V. Vasenkov, A.I. Fedoseyev, V.I. Kolobov, Ki-Ha Hong, H.S. Choi, K.H. Kim, J. Kim, H.S. Lee and J.K. Shin, CFD Research Corporation, US
 
10:30 Scanning Probe MicroscopySalon 3
 Session chair: Wolfgang Bacsa, CNRS, FR
10:30 Mechanical Nonlinear Generation with Coupled Torsional Harmonic Cantilevers for Sensitive and Quantitative Atomic Force Microscopy Imaging of Material Characteristics
O. Sahin, C.F. Quate and O. Solgaard, Stanford University, US
10:50 Visualizing Nano-Electromechanics by Vector Piezoresponse Force Microscopy
B.J. Rodriguez, S. Jesse, A.P. Baddorf, S.V. Kalinin, A. Gruverman, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, US
11:10 Quantification of Properties for Ferroelectric Thin Films Using Piezo-response Force Microscopy
M.G. Cain, M.J. Lowe, A. Cuenat, M. Stewart and J. Blackburn, National Physical Laboratory, UK
11:30 Nonlinear Response in Nanoshear Modulation Force Microscopy: Fourier Analysis
G. Haugstad, University of Minnesota, US
11:50 Video Rate Atomic Force Microscopy
A.D.L. Humphris, D.J. Catto and J.K. Hobbs, Infinitesima Ltd., UK
12:10 Spectroscopy and Imaging of Metal-Organic Interfaces using BEEM
L. Kunardi, C. Troadec and N. Chandrasekhar, Institute of Materials Research and Engineering, SG
 
10:30 MEMS Modeling and DesignSalon 4-5
 Session chair: Cy Wilson, NASA Langley Research Center, US
10:30 Performance Tradeoffs in MEMS Sensors with High-Finesse Fabry-Perot Interferometry Detection
E.J. Eklund and A.M. Shkel, University of California, Irvine, US
10:50 A Coarse-Grained Tight Binding Method for Electrostatic Analysis of Nanoelectromechanical Systems (NEMS)
Y. Xu, G. Li and N.R. Aluru, Beckman Institute for Advanced Science and Technology, US
11:10 T-CAD Environment for Multi-Material-MEMS Design
U. Triltsch, S. B¸ttgenbach, D. Straube and H.-J. Franke, Technical University of Braunschweig, DE
11:30 Design, Modelling and Optimisation of Integrated Piezoelectric Micro Power Generators
M. Marzencki, S. Basrour and B. Charlot, TIMA, FR
11:50 A Robust Approach for Estimating Diffusion Constants from Concentration Data in Microchannel Mixers
C.P. Coelho, S. Desai, D. Freeman and J.K. White, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, US
 
10:30 Nanotechnology Products and Business DevelopmentGrand Ballroom F
 Session chair: Chris Menzel, NSTI, US
10:30 A Novel Battery Architecture Based on Superhydrophobic Nanostructured Materials
V.A. Lifton and S. Simon, mPhase Technologies, US
10:50 Nano- and Microfabricated Products from Self-Organized Anodic Alumina
D. Routkevitch, Synkera Technologies, US
11:10 Nanotechnology Platforms for Commercialization
A. Rae, NanoDynamics Inc., US
11:30 Nanomaterials to Nanotubes
M. Riedlinger, NaturalNano, US
 
12:00 Exhibit and Lunch
 
1:30 Inorganic Nanowires - 1, General Electric SponsoredSalon 1
 Session chair: Loucas Tsakalokos, General Electric, US
1:30 Inorganic Nanowires - Overview
L. Tsakalakos, General Electric, US
2:00 Prospects for White Light-emitting Diodes based on (In,Ga)N Nanorod Arrays
T.D. Sands, Purdue University, US
(speaker biography)
2:30 Applications of Ultra-Dense Nanowire Circuitry
J. Heath, California Institute of Technology, US
3:00 Wire-Streaming Processors on 2-D Nanowire Fabrics
T. Wang, M. Ben-Naser, Y. Guo and C. Andras Moritz, University of Massachusetts at Amherst, US
 
1:30 Surfaces and Films - 2Salon C-D
 Session chair: Chris Menzel, NSTI, US
1:30 Low Temperature Deposition of High-Quality Nanometer-Thick Dielectric Films in an Electron Cyclotron Resonance (ECR) Plasma-Enhanced CVD System
L. Xie, J. Deng, S. Shepard, J. Tsakirgis and E. Chen, Harvard University, US
1:50 Development of a New Treatment to Induce Anatase Growth on Ti
M. Pedeferri, C.E. Bottani, D. Cattaneo, A. Li Bassi, B. Del Curto, M.F. Brunella, Politecnico di Milano, IT
2:10 Silicon Surface Modification with Silane-functionalized Polymers
K. Viswanathan, T.E. Long and T.C. Ward, Virginia Tech, US
2:30 Molecular Fan: A Heat Sink for Nanoelectronic Devices
C.A. Sizemore, M.L. Recchia, T. Kim and C-T Lin, Northern Illinois University, US
 
1:30 Nanoscale Device Modeling - 1Salon 2
 Session chair: Wolfgang Windl, Ohio State University, US
1:30 A Physically-Based Electron Mobility Model for Strained Si Devices
S. Dhar, H. Kosina, V. Palankovski, E. Ungersboeck and S. Selberherr, TU-Vienna, AT
1:50 Spin Polarization in GaAs/Al0.24Ga0.76As Heterostructures
A. Ashok, R. Akis, D. Vasileska and D.K. Ferry, Arizona State University, US
2:10 A Comprehensive Kinetic Model for Wet Oxidation of Silicon Germanium Alloys
M.A. Rabie, Y.M. Haddara and J. Carette, McMaster University, CA
2:30 Failure of Macroscopic Transport Models in Nanoscale Devices near Equilibrium
C. Jungemann, T. Grasser, B. Neinh¸s and B. Meinerzhagen, Technische Universit‰t Braunschweig, DE
2:50 Simulation of Dynamic NBTI Degradation for a 90nm CMOS Technology
R. Wittmann, H. Puchner, L. Hinh, H. Ceric, A. Gehring and S. Selberherr, Vienna University of Technology, AT
 
1:30 Micro and Nano Fluidics Design - 1, Sponsored by LioniXSalon G-H
 Session chair: Steffen Hardt, TU-Darmstadt, DE
1:30 Design Paradigms and Methodologies for Microfluidics
S. Hardt, Darmstadt University of Technology, DE
2:00 Lab-on-a-Chip by Digital Microfluidics
C.-J. Kim, UCLA, US
2:30 Addressing Biocomplexity Through Microfluidics: From Systems Biology to Biological Systems
T. Thorsen, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, US
3:00 Flat Fluidics: Programmable On-Chip Networks for Biological and Chemical Applications
A. Wixforth, University of Augsburg and Advalytix AG, DE
 
1:30 Nano Photonics and OptoelectronicsSalon 3
 Session chair: Wolfgang Bacsa, CNRS, FR
1:30 Optical Surface Diffraction and Improved Lateral Resolution
W.S. Bacsa and M. Caumont, CNRS, UPS, BU, US
1:50 Add-Drop Filters utilizing Vertically Coupled Microcavities in Silicon
P. Koonath, T. Indukuri and B. Jalali, University of California, Los Angeles, US
2:10 The Emerging Role of Nanocrystalline Ceria in Microelectronic Polishing Applications
P.G. Murray and D.C. Coy, Nanophase Technologies Corporation, US
2:30 Simulation Studies of Plasmon Enhanced Evanescent Near-Field Optical Lithography
B. Sefa-Ntiri, P. Docker, M.C. Ward and P.D. Prewett, University of Birmingham, UK
2:50 Fabrication and Characterization of 3D Square Spiral Photonic Crystals
M.O. Jensen, M.A. Summers and M.J. Brett, University of Alberta, CA
3:10 Molecular Orientation by Two-Photon Absorption: Towards 3 Dimensional Multiplexed Nano-Data Storage
Z. Sekkat, University of Ifrane, MA
 
1:30 MEMS Design and ApplicationsSalon 4-5
 Session chair: Xavier Avula, Washington University in St. Louis, US
1:30 A Novel Approach to Integrate Multiple Frequencies of Film Bulk Acoustic Resonators (FBAR) In A Single Chip
Z. Huang, Z. Suo, L.-P. Wang, D. Shim and Q. Ma, Intel Corporation, US
1:50 Biologically Functionalized Nanochannels on Ferroelectric Lead Zirconium Titanate Surfaces
L.E. Ocola, W.C. Pan, M. Kuo, V.R. Tirumala, B.D. Reiss, M.A. Firestone and O. Auciello, Argonne National Laboratory, US
2:10 Automated and Integrated Mask Genertion from a CAD Constructed 3D Model
R.L. Schiek and R.C. Schmidt, Sandia National Laboratories, US
2:30 Application of Mass Transport in Solid Electrolyte Films in Tunable Microelectromechanical Resonators
M.N. Kozicki, C.L. Brown III, M. Mitkova, S. Enderling, J. Hedley and A.J. Walton, Arizona State University, US
2:50 RF-MEMS switching LC-tank network for multiband VCO
R. Gaddi, A. Gnudi, M. Bellei, B. Margesin and F. Giacomozzi, ARCES - University of Bologna, IT
3:10 Nanoparticle Separations Using Miniaturized Field-Flow Fractionation Systems
M. Graff, T.L. Edwards, B.K. Gale and A.B. Frazier, Georgia Institute of Technology, US
 
1:30 Corporate NanotechnologyGrand Ballroom F
 Session chair: Mangat Pawitter, Motorola, US
1:30 Commecialization of Nanotechnology in†Nano Emissive Displays
D. McCraw, Motorola, US
(view presentation slides view)
1:50 Application-Driven Fine Particle Solutions
M. Oljaca, P. Atanassova, J.P. Shen, S. Haubrich, M. Hampden Smith and T. Kodas, Cabot Corporation, US
2:10 Value Creation in Partnerships
J. Cross, Nanophase Technologies Corporation, US
2:30 New Product Development for Nanomaterials Systems and Solutions
G. Varga and M. Kroell, Degussa AG, DE
2:50 Converting of Nanoparticles in Industrial Product Formulations: Unfolding the Innovation Potential
S. Schaer, G. Arnosti, S. Pilotek, F. Tabellion and H. Naef, Buhler AG, CH
3:10 Conductive Composites using Nanotechnology
F. Hajjar, M. Roberts and K. McIver, The Boeing Company, US
 
1:30 Nanoscale Characterization ToolsSalon J-K
 Session chair: John Tucker, Keithley, US
1:30 Applying Electrical Measurement Techniques for Nanoscale Devices using Semiconductor Characterization Systems
J. Niemann, Keithley, US
1:50 Leica
R. Niggemann, Leica, US
2:10 The NEW NanoMan II Atomic Force Microscope -- the Preeminent System for Nanolithography, Nanomanipulation and High- Resolution Imaging
M. Serry, Veeco, US
2:30 Simultaneous Topography and RECognition Mapping with PicoTRECô: A Powerful New Technology That Can Be Used To Map Nanometer-Scale Molecular Binding Sites On A Variety Of Surfaces
W.T. Johnson, G. Kada, C. Stroh, H. Gruber, H. Wang, F. Kienberger, A. Ebner, S. Lindsay and P. Hinterdorfer, Molecular Imaging, Corp., US
2:50 Less is More - Portable, Easy-to-Use Atomic Force Microscopes
R. Sum, Nanosurf AG, CH
 
3:00 Nanotech ExpoMarquis Ballroom
 
4:00 Inorganic Nanowires - 2, General Electric SponsoredSalon 1
 Session chair: Loucas Tsakalokos, General Electric, US
4:00 Nanowire-Based Field-Effect Transistors as Chemical and Biological Sensors
M. Moskovits, A. Kolmakov, Y-X Zhang and A. Morrill, University of California Santa Barbara, US
4:20 IrO2 Nano Structures by Metal Organic Chemical Vapor Deposition
F. Zhang, R. Barrowcliff, G. Stecker, D. Wang and S-T Hsu, Sharp Labs of America, Inc., US
4:40 Conductive Films of Ordered High-Density Nanowire Arrays
J.S. Kulkarni, B. Daly, K.J. Ziegler, T. Crowley, D. Erts, B. Polyakov, M.A. Morris and J.D. Holmes, University College Cork, IE
5:00 Spectroscopic and Structural Studies of Wide-Bandgap III-Nitride Nanorods and Nanowires
N.A. Sanford, J.B. Schlager, J.M. Barker, M.H. Gray, A. Roshko, J.E. Van Nostrand, C.E. Stutz, R. Cortez, M. He and A. Motayed, NIST, US
5:20 C, Ni and Si nanowires formation by local CVD and SLS mechanisms
C. Wang, L. Taherabadi, K. Malladi and M. Madou, University Of California, Irvine, US
 
4:00 Nanoscale Device Modeling - 2Salon 2
 Session chair: Wolfgang Windl, Ohio State University, US
4:00 Modeling of Size Quantization in Strained Si-nMOSFETs with the Improved Modified Local Density Approximation
C.D. Nguyen, C. Jungemann and B. Meinerzhagen, Technical University Braunschweig, DE
4:20 Low Field Electron Mobility in Ultra-Thin Strained-Si Directly on Insulator MOSFET in Sub-0.1µm Regime
S. Amtablian and S. Barraud, CEA-DRT/LETI, FR
4:40 Examination of the Effects of Unintentional Doping on the Operation of FinFETs with Monte Carlo Simulation Integrated with Fast Multipole Method (FMM)
H. Khan, S.S. Ahmed, D. Vasileska, Arizona State University, US
5:00 Impact of Multi-Trap Assisted Tunneling on Gate Leakage of CMOS Memory Devices
R. Entner, A. Gehring, H. Kosina, T. Grasser and S. Selberherr, TU-Vienna, AT
5:20 Electronic Properties of Gaphitic Surfaces with Adsorbed Aromatic Amino Acids
C. Roman, F. Ciontu and B. Courtois, TIMA Laboratory, FR
 
4:00 Micro and Nano Fluidics Design - 2, Sponsored by LioniXSalon G-H
 Session chair: Steffen Hardt, TU-Darmstadt, DE
4:00 Applications of Topology Optimization in the Design of Micro- and Nanofluidic Systems
F. Okkels, L.H. Olesen and H. Bruus, Technical University of Denmark, DK
4:20 Micro Multi-Phase Flows in CFD Simulations
F. Schˆnfeld, Institut f¸r Mikrotechnik Mainz / IMM, DE
4:40 System Simulations of Complex Electrokinetic Passive Micromixers
Y. Wang, Q. Lin and T. Mukherjee, Carnegie Mellon University, US
5:00 Coherent Nonlinear Chromatography
E.B. Cummings, Sandia National Laboratories, US
5:20 Computational Analysis of On-line Coupled ITP-CE
M. Horner, Fluent, Inc., US
 
4:00 Computational Methods, Numerics and Tools -1Salon 3
 Session chair: Xavier Avula, Washington University in St. Louis, US
4:00 Boundary Integral Solution of Quasi-Linear Laplace Equation
J. Ding and W. Ye, Georgia Institute of Technology, US
4:20 Modeling of the Cosmic Radiation-Induced Failure Mechanism in High Power Devices
W. Kaindl, G. Soelkner, H.-J. Schulze and G. Wachutka, Institute for Physics of Electrotechnology, DE
4:40 A Method for Adding Static External Forcing to Invariant Manifolds
C. Grinde and E.R. Westby, Vestfold University College, NO
5:00 FE-Simulations as a Part of a Tolerance Management System
D. Straube, C. Germer, H.-J. Franke, U. Triltsch and S. B¸ttgenbach, Technical University Braunschweig, DE
5:20 IDEA, a CAD Tool for the Design of Deformable Micro-Structures: Extension to the 2D Deformation of Arbitrarily-Shaped Membranes
J. Juillard and E. Colinet, SUPELEC, FR
 
4:00 Nanotechnology for CancerSalon 4-5
 Session chair: Mansoor Amiji, Northeastern University, US
4:00 Turmor-Targeted Nanocarriers for Drug and Gene Deliver
M. Amiji, Northeastern University, US
4:20 Circulating Tumor Cells: Capture with a Micromachined Device
H. Mohamed, M. Murray, J.N. Turner and M. Caggana, New York State Department of Health, US
4:40 The Use of Ligand Conjugated Superparamagnetic Iron Oxide Nanoparticles (SPION) for Early Detection of Metastases
C. Leuschner, C. Kumar, M.O. Urbina, J. Zhou, W. Soboyejo, W. Hansel and F. Hormes, Pennington Biomedical Research Center, US
5:00 Colloidal Gold Nanoparticles: A Versatile Platform for Developing Tumor Targeted Cancer Therapies
G.F. Paciotti, L. Myer, D.G.I. Kingston, T. Ganesh and L. Tamarkin, CytImmune Sciences, Inc, US
 
4:00 Nanotechnology Products and Business DevelopmentSalon J-K
 Session chair: Doug Resnick, Molecular Imprints, US
4:00 Transparency in Nano Product Commercialization
P. McCormick, Advanced Nanotechnology, AU
4:20 Carbon Nanotube Field Effect Transistors and Sensors Based on Nanotube Networks
J.-C. Gabriel, Nanomix Inc., US
4:40 NILComÆ ñ Commercialization of Nanoimprint Lithography
H. Luesebrink, T. Glinsner, Ch. Moormann, M. Bender and A. Fuchs, EV Group, AT
5:00 Biologically-Directed Synthesis and Self-Assembly of NanoElectronics
H. Pakbaz, Cambrios Technologies Corporation, US
5:20 Nanomanufacturing as Applied to Large Area CNT TVs
Z. Yaniv, Applied Nanotech, Inc., US
 
5:00 Nanotech Ventures - 1 (Electronics)Salon D
 Session chair: Michael Bain, Sponsored and Chaired by Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr
5:00 B.J. Weinbaum, NanoOpto Corporation, US
5:15 P.T. O'Connor, Nanometrix, Inc., CA
5:30 M. Bisges, arccure technologies GmbH, DE
5:45 J. Musetti, Nanopower Technologies, Inc., US
6:00 P.W. Schofield, Optimer Photonics, Inc., US
6:15 D. Hyman, XCom Wireless, Inc., US
 
5:00 Nanotech Ventures - 2 (Biotech)Salon C
 Session chair: Doug Jamison, Harris and Harris Group, US
5:00 T. Mitrelias, Cambridge Biomagnetics, UK
5:15 L Tamarkin, CytImmune Sciences, Inc., US
5:30 A. Matis, Nano S Biotechnologie, AT
5:45 C. Seeney, NanoBioMagnetics, Inc, US
6:00 Y. Mozharenko, Russian Biotechnologies, RU
6:15 D.C. Lane, ViaLogy Corp, US
 
5:00 Nanotech Ventures - 3 (Materials)Salon B
 Session chair: Brent Segal, Echelon Ventures, US
5:00 N. Kane, Advanced Diamond Technologies, Inc., US
5:15 J. Chinn, Applied MicroStructures, Inc., US
5:30 N.M. Lawandy, Solaris Nanosciences, US
5:45 S. Nitodas, Nanothinx, GR
6:00 M. Buffa, Nano Steel, US
 
7:00 Nanotech Ventures - 4 (Health Care and Biotech)Salon D
 Session chair: Alfonso Cervantes, Sponsored and Chaired by Trilogy Capital Partners, US
7:00 P. Burkhard, Alpha-O Peptides, AG, CH
7:15 R. Pucciariello, ENSbio, US
7:30 G.C. King, AptaSense, AU
7:45 J.B. Waggoner, Inovatia Laboratories, LLC, US
8:00 C.P. Singh, Nano Interface Technology, Inc., US
 
7:00 Nanotech Ventures - 5 (Energy)Salon C
 Session chair: Fred Lam, Sponsored and Chaired by ChevronTexaco Technology Ventures, US
7:00 N. Akers, Akermin, US
7:15 B. Lucero, Blu-Si, US
7:30 C.V. Guglielmo, W.T. Beaty, Collossus Nanotech, US
 
5:00 Expo Reception - Irish Beer hosted by Northern IrelandMarquis Ballroom
 
6:00 Networking and Commercialization Reception (IP Showcases and Regional Initiatives)Grand Ballroom E
6:00 Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation, US
6:00 Boston University Office of Technology Transfer, US
6:00 UC - Irvine, US
6:00 NASA Ames Research Center, US
6:00 Arizona Nanotec Cluster, US
6:00 University of California, Office of Technology Transfer, US
6:00 Stanford Nanofabrication Facility, US
6:00 Italian Trade Commission, IT
6:00 National Institute for Nanotechnology, CA
6:00 Germany, DE
6:00 Australia, AU
6:00 Northern Ireland, IR
6:00 Taiwan, TW
6:00 Switzerland, CH
6:00 Wilmer Cultler Pickering Hale and Dorr, US
6:00 Dorsey and Whitney, US
6:00 nanoSPRINT, FR
6:00 National Science Foundation, US
6:00 National Cancer Institute, US
6:00 Harvard University, US
6:00 National Nanotechnology Coordination Office, US
 

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