2007 NSTI Nanotechnology Conference and Trade Show - Nanotech 2007 - 10th Annual

Nanotech 2007 Program - Thursday May 24

Sessions Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Authors Keywords
7:00 THURSDAY - RegistrationMain Lobby
8:30 NanoFab KeynotesGrand Ballroom H
 Session chair: Leo Ocola, Argonne National Laboratory
8:30 MEMS Replaces the Quartz Crystal
K. Petersen, Sitime Corporation, US (bio)
9:15 Opportunities in Nanotechnology Measurement
D. Solomon, Agilent, US (bio)
8:30 Softnano: Composites: Polymers: ICCN: KeynoteGrand Ballroom F
 Session chair: Fiona Case, NSTI, US
8:30 Active and Adaptive Nanocomposites: Opportunities for Smart Materials
R. Vaia, Air Force Research Laboratory, US (bio)
9:10 Functionalized Nanocomposite Silica Materials
A. Dattelbaum, Los Alamo National Lab, US (bio)
9:40 Alinghi - America’s Cup defender as driver for multidisciplinary research
J-A.E. Månson, Alinghi and EPFL, CH (bio)
8:30 Bio Materials & Tissues: Biomimetics & Biological NanostructuresGrand Ballroom C
 Session chair: Ketul Popat, University of California, San Francisco, US
8:30 Preparation of multifunctional nanofibrous scaffold for tissue engineering
X. Yang, K.R. Ogbolu and H. Wang, Stevens Institute of Technology, US
8:50 Novel surface architectures for biomimetic lipid membranes
E. Reimhult, C. Merz, Q. Ye and M. Textor, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) Zurich, CH
9:10 Protons’ binding within nanometer scaled compartments of natural ionic reservoirs: Bacillus subtilis spores
S. Kazakov, E. Bonvouloir and I. Gazaryan, Pace University, US
9:30 Vertically Aligned Carbon Nanofiber Array for Biosensing and Cell Stimulation
J. Li, T.D.B. Nguyen-Vu, H. Chen, A.M. Cassell, J.E. Koehne, R.J. Andrews and M. Meyyappan, NASA Ames Research Center, US (bio)
8:30 BioNano: Biomarkers & NanoparticlesGrand Ballroom D
 Session chair: Sarah Lynn Tao, University of California, San Francisco, US
8:30 Dynamic self-assembly of circular nanocomposite structures via molecular motor-driven active transport
H. Liu, E.D. Spoerke, S.J. Koch, B.C. Bunker and G.D. Bachand, Sandia National Laboratories, US
8:50 In Situ Investigation of Uptake Phenomena of Biological Molecules and Silica Nanoparticles into Mammalian Cells in Microstructures
W.G. Lee, H. Bang, H. Yun, J.A. Kim, K. Cho, Y.S. Shin, C. Chung, N.C. Chung, J.K. Chang and D.-C. Han, Seoul National University, KR
9:10 Fluorescent Structural DNA Nanoparticles Functionalized With Phosphate-Linked Nucleotide Triphosphates
J.G. Williams, B.L. Reynolds, K. Keefe and J.P. Anderson, LI-COR Biosciences, US
9:30 Preparation of Composite Organic-Inorganic Nanoparticles (COIN) with Distinctive Raman Signatures
J. Zhang, Y. Lu, M. Cao, H. Qin, M. Yamakawa, C. Dentinger, L. Nguyen, A.J. Chmura, J. Zhu, B. Lutz, K. Swartz, L. Wang, X. Su and L. Sun, Intel Corporation, US
9:50 In vivo imaging by luminescent carbon nanotubes
D. Shi, Y. Guo, Z. Dong, J. Lian, W. Wang, G. Liu and R. Ewing, University of Cincinnati, US
8:00 WCM: Special OverviewGrand Ballroom A
 Session chair: Colin McAndrew, Freescale Semiconductor, USA
8:00 Monolithic Concept and the Inventions of Integrated Circuits by Kilby and Noyce
A.N. Saxena, Rensselaer International Science Company, US
8:30 WCM: Interconnect/parasitic/process modelsGrand Ballroom A
 Session chair: Jamal Deen, McMaster University, Canada
8:30 RCL Modeling and characterization of X Architecture Diagonal lines for Sub-100nm SoC design
N. Arora, Cadence Design System, Inc., US
9:00 Modeling the Geometry-Dependent Parasitics in Multi-Fin FinFETs
M. Chan and W. Wu, HKUST, HK
9:30 Analysis of Halo Implanted MOSFETs.
C.C. McAndrew and P.G. Drennan, Freescale Semiconductor, US
9:30 TechConnect Corporate NeedsRooms 209-210
 Session chair: Jennifer Ernst, Palo Alto Research Center, US
9:30 Merck: Corporate & Technical Needs
J.M. Schaeffer, Merck Research Laboratories, US (bio)
9:50 Hewlett-Packard: Corporate & Technical Needs
T. Zhang, Hewlett-Packard Compan, US (bio)
8:30 Cleantech 2007 KeynotesRooms 203-204
 Session chair: Wade Adams, Rice University, US
8:30 Helios Project: Cleantech
P. Alivisatos, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, US (bio)
9:10 Past Mainstream: What’s Next for Clean Technologies and How to Get There Quickly
L. Dubois, SRI International, US (bio)
10:00 Expo Hall - CoffeeLobbies
10:30 Micro & Nano Fluidics: Design & SimulationGrand Ballroom G
 Session chair: Cy Wilson, NASA, US
10:30 A Rapid Prototyping and Mass-Production Platform of Microfluidic Devices
P. Craig Kung, Y.L. Kung, D. Holcombe, R.H. Grace, G. Ungelenk, E. Piechotka and W. Seiferth, Optotrack, Inc., US
10:50 Numerical Analysis of Nonlinear Deformation and Breakup of Slender Microjets with Application to Continuous Inkjet Printing
E.P. Furlani, Eastman Kodak Company, US
11:10 Drop formation mechanisms in piezo-acoustic inkjet
H.M.A. Wijshoff, Océ Technologies B.V., NL
11:30 Numerical Simulation of Droplet Generation Mode Transition of Co-flowing Liquids in Micro-channel
J.S. Hua, M. Cheng and T.G. Liu, Institute of High Performance Computing, SG
11:50 Multi-physics Simulational Analysis of a Novel PCR Micro-Device
Y. Wang, K. Pant, J. Grover and S. Sundaram, CFD Research Corporation, US
10:30 Polymer Nanotech: High Aspect Ratio Polymer NanocompositesGrand Ballroom E
 Session chair: Tom Twardowski, Widener and Villanova Universities, US
10:30 A latex-based concept for obtaining carbon nanotube-polymer nanocomposites
N. Grossiord, J. Meuldijk, J. Loos, P. van der Schoot, O. Regev, J. Hart, L.C. van Laake, H.E. Miltner, B. van Mele and C.E. Koning, Technical University of Eindhoven, NL
10:50 Novel Materials and Systems Based on Nanotechnology
S. Bahnmueller and P. Krueger, Bayer MaterialScience AG, DE
11:10 Conducting Polymer Nanocomposites: The Role of the Electronic Fingerprint of Carbon Nanotubes
P.L. Chiu, Y. Ma, A. Serrano, L. Wang, R. Mendelsohn and H. He, Rutgers University, US
10:30 NanoFab: Nanoscale Deposition and PatterningGrand Ballroom H
 Session chair: Sang Hyun Oh, University of Minnesota and Stanley Pau, University of Arizona
10:30 Electric Field Process for the Fabrication of Higher Order Structures form Biomolecule Derivatized Nanoparticles
M.J. Heller, D. Dehlinger, B. Sullivan and S. Esener, University of California, San Diego, US
10:50 Nanofabrication of Biomaterial, CNT and Organic Polymer Patterned Thinfilms using Piezoelectric Ink Jet Printing
J.L. Sumerel, L.F. Deravi and D.W. Wright, Dimatix, Inc., US
11:10 Direct Parallel Patterning of Multiplex DNA and protein arrays
S. Rozhok, N. Amro, J. Fragala, T. Levesque and M. Nelson, NanoInk, Inc., US
11:30 Thickness-controlled Metal Nanoscale Etch for Proposed Metal Nanowires Fabrication
B.C. Lee, M.H. Kim, H.J. Shin and S. Moon, Korea Institute of Science and Technology, KR
10:30 NanoFab: Nano-Structure, Material and ApplicationsGrand Ballroom B
 Session chair: Greg Bogart, Sandia National Labs and Leo Ocola, Argonne National Laboratory
10:30 Electroluminescence from Surface Oxidized Silicon Nanoparticles Randomly Dispersed within a Polymer Matrix
R.K. Ligman, L. Mangolini, U. Kortshagen and S.A. Campbell, University of Minnesota, US
10:50 Electroluminescence of ZnO Nanowire/p-GaN Heterojunction Light Emitting Diodes
X. Wang, J.J. Cole and H.O. Jacobs, University of Minnesota, US
11:10 Monolayer to Multilayers Nanostructural Evolution in N type Oligothiphenes: Implications for OFET Performance
G.R. Dholakia, A. Facchetti and T.J. Marks, ELORET / NASA Ames Research Center, US
11:30 Parylene Nanospheres, Nanotubes & Nanocoatings for Medical and Electronics Applications
R. Kumar and A. Greiner, Specialty Coating Systems, US
11:50 Development of Nanostructures, Nanodevices, Nanocomposites, and Hierarchical Nanocomposites at Hawaii Nanotechnology Laboratory
M. Ghasemi-Nejhad and A. Cao, University of Hawaii at Manoa, US
12:10 Influence of Stress and Temperature on the Microstructure Stability of Nanocrystalline Materials
R.K. Rajgarhia, S-W. Koh, D. Spearot, A. Saxena, P. Selvam and R. Tummala, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, US
10:30 Nanoscale Characterization: Imaging and Profiling: applications to nanoRoom 209
 Session chair: Greg Haugstad, University of Minnesota, US
10:30 Accommodation of Characterization Tools
L. York, Abbie Gregg, Inc., US
11:00 The Impact of Advanced S/TEM on Atomic-Scale Characterisation and Analysis
D.H.W. Hubert, B. Freitag and D.J. Stokes, FEI Company, NL
11:20 In-situ Gas Injection-Heating Atomic Resolution TEM for Nanomaterials
X.F. Zhang, Hitachi High Technologies America, Inc., US
11:40 Image-based Nanocrystallography in Two and Three Dimensions with open-access database support
P. Moeck, R. Bjorge and P. Fraundorf, Portland State University, US
12:00 Multi-frequency, repulsive-mode amplitude-modulated atomic force microscopy imaging mode
R. Proksch, J. Cleveland, J. Li and A. Moshar, Asylum Research, US
12:20 Characterisation of Electrical Fields of Buried Interdigitated Nanoscale Ti-Electrode Arrays by a Novel Atomic Force Microscopy Measurement Procedure and Their Fabrication by FIB Milling
M.G. Jenke, Ch. Santschi and P. Hoffmann, EPFL (Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne), CH
10:30 Bio Materials & Tissues: Structures & TissuesGrand Ballroom C
 Session chair: Tejal Desai, UCSF, US
10:30 Overview: Biomaterials and Tissues (invited overview presentation)
T. Desai, University of California, San Francisco, US
11:00 Favored Osteoblast Interactions with Aerosol Printed 3D Nano-to-Macro Hierarchical Architectures: The Promise of Nanocomposites as Orthopedic Prostheses
H. Liu and T.J. Webster, Brown University, US
11:20 Biomimetic Nanostructured Interfaces for Enhanced Osseointegration
K.C. Popat and T.A. Desai, University of California, San Francisco, US
11:40 Preparation and Characterization of Chitosan Nanocrystal
L. Qi, P. Dutta, S. Pal, M. Seehra and M. Pei, West Virginia University, US
10:30 BioNano: Nano Medicine, Diagnostics, Imaging & TherapiesGrand Ballroom D
 Session chair: Srinivas Iyer, LANL, US
10:30 Nanomedicine: Engineering of a Tri-Imageable Nanoparticle
A. Bumb, M.W. Brechbiel, P. Choyke, L. Fugger and P.J. Dobson, National Cancer Instiute and University of Oxford, UK
10:50 Optimizing Quantum Dot-Conjugated Immunoliposomes for Cancer Diagnostics and Targeted Therapeutics
K.C. Weng, C.O. Noble, B. Papahadjopoulos-Sternberg, F.F. Chen and J.W. Park, UCSF Comprehensive Cancer Center, US
11:10 A novel approach to antiviral therapies - applications to influenza (including pandemic), rabies, dengue, and other viruses
A.R. Diwan, J. Tatake, A.L. Onton, R.W. Barton and E. Seymour, NanoViricides, Inc., US
11:30 Using Electron Tunneling for Direct Sequencing of DNA
J. Lund, J. Dong, R. Mehta, M. Rahimi, D. Ryan and B.A. Parviz, University of Washington, US
11:50 Selective Destruction of Nanocomposite Labeled Cells
L.P. Balogh, C. Tse, W. Lesniak, J. Ye, M. Zohdy, M. O'Donnell and M.K. Khan, Roswell Park Cancer Institute, US
10:30 Nanotechnology: Regulation, Risk and FrameworkRoom 201
 Session chair: John Monica, Sponsored by Porter Wright Morris & Arthur LLP
10:30 Nanotechnology: Regulation, Risk and Framework
J.C. Monica, Porter Wright Morris & Arthur LLP, US (bio)
11:00 A Framework for Responsible Nanotechnology
S. Walsh and T. Medley, Environmental Defense, US
11:20 Risk Identification and Assessment Techniques in the Absence of Toxicology Data on Nanomaterials
A. Wardak, S. Deshpande, N. Swami and M. Gorman, University of Virginia, US
11:40 Health Risk Assessment of Products Containing Nano-engineered Materials
F.S. Mowat, A.L. Hartzell, M.G. da Silva and J.S. Tsuji, Exponent, US
10:30 ICCN: Softnano: Multi-scale Modeling of Soft Nanostructured MaterialsGrand Ballroom F
 Session chair: Wolfgang Windl, Ohio State University, US
10:30 Multi-scale Modeling of Soft Nanostructured Materials (invited overview presentation)
F. Case, Case Scientific & NSTI, US (bio)
10:50 Effects of chain architecture, composition and local stiffness on the controlled assembly and morphology of polymeric blends and composites
M. Makowski, PPG Industries, US (bio)
11:20 Multiscale Modeling of Polymer-Grafted Nanoparticles
G.D. Smith, University of Utah, US
11:40 Molecular Simulation and Theory for Nanosystems
R.J. Sadus, Swinburne University of Technology, AU
10:30 WCM: FET/HBT modelsGrand Ballroom A
 Session chair: Narain Arora, Cadence Design Systems, USA
10:30 Modeling the electrical characteristics of FET-type sensors for biomedical applications
M.J. Deen and M.W. Shinwari, McMaster University, CA
11:00 Non-standard geometry scaling effects
M. Schröter and S. Lehmann, Technische Universität Dresden, DE
11:30 Theory of source-drain partitioning in MOSFET
A.S. Roy, C.C. Enz and J.M Sallese, EPFL, CH
11:50 Gummel Symmetry with Higher-order Derivatives in MOSFET Compact Models
G.H. See, X. Zhou, K. Chandrasekaran, S.B. Chiah, Z.M. Zhu, G.H. Lim, C.Q. Wei, S.H. Lin and G.J. Zhu, Nanyang Technological University, SG
10:30 TechConnect: Pharma & BiotechRoom 212
 Session chair: Christine Burke, University of California, US
10:30 Molecular Identification of the CRAC Channel
M. Harara, University of California, Irvine, US
10:40 Nucleotide Sequences Detection Process and Kit
E. Luiz Batista Jr., Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio Grande do Sul, BR
10:50 Predictive Methodology and Tools for Nanotoxicology
F. Chen, Berkeley Lab, US
11:00 Topical treatment against adenoviral infection
A. Brunetto, University of Pittsburgh, US
10:30 TechConnect: Software & ServicesRoom 206
 Session chair: Tom Gillespie, In-Q-Tel, US
10:30 SmarTrack - a SmarT people Tracker
O. Lanz, ITC-irst, IT
10:40 Suite of Software for Robotic action and control
D. Snyder, SAIC (Science Applications), US
10:50 Whitenoise Identity Management
A. Brisson, Whitenoise Laboratories Inc., CA
11:00 Position Location in Mobile Networks Using a single Base Station
D. Leconte, Univalor (Gestion Univalor, limited partnership), CA
11:10 DIET: Deep Information Extraction Tool
D. Leconte, Univalor (Gestion Univalor, limited partnership), CA
10:30 TechConnect: Materials & ChemicalsRoom 207
 Session chair: Marcos Gomez, BASF
10:30 New ground water remediation method
D. Snyder, SAIC (Science Applications), US
10:40 Nanocomposites based on cellulose whiskers and cellulose plastics
I. Gangas, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), NO
10:50 The Complete Elimination of Oily Wastes
J. Portela, University of Cadiz, ES
11:00 Thermoresponsive, Biodegradable, Elastomeric Material
A. Brunetto, University of Pittsburgh, US
11:10 Anti-fog coating process for eyeglasses and other articles
M. Gourde, Université Laval, CA
11:20 Polymer Matrix Composites With Nano-Scale Reinforcements
M.N. Ghasemi Nejhad, University of Hawaii, US
11:30 Energy Saving Glass Lamination via Selective Radio Frequency Heating
H. Shulman, Ceralink Inc., US
10:30 Cleantech: Energy EfficiencyRoom 203
 Session chair: Ben Finkelor, UC Davis Energy Efficiency Center
- J. Kunhart, American River Ventures, US
- D. Clark, IBM Venture Capital, US
- G. Brady, Siemens Corporation, US
- D. Lawson, Inquity Software, US
- P. Van Deventer, SynapSense, US
- J. Livingston, PG&E, US
- D. Berokoff, Sempra Utilities, US
- J. Parks, Sacramento Municipal Utility District, US
10:30 Cleantech: Wind EnergyRoom 210
 Session chair: Daniel Laird, Sandia National Lab, US
10:30 Wind Technology Status and Research at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory
Jim Johnson, National Renewable Laboratory, US
11:00 Wind Energy Research at Sandia National Laboratories
T. Ashwill, Sandia National Laboratories, US
11:30 Challenges and Innovations in Wind Energy
C.P. van Dam, University of California, Davis, US
10:30 Cleantech: Nanotech: PhotovoltaicsRoom 204
 Session chair: Loucas Tsakalakos, General Electric, US
10:30 Photvoltaics & Novel Sources: Introduction
L. Tsakalakos, General Electric - Global Research Center, US
10:50 Nanostructured Photovoltaic Materials
E.S. Aydil, University of Minnesota, US
11:10 Increasing efficiency of photovoltaics via surface plasmon polariton scattering effects in metallic nanostructures
E.T. Yu, University of California, San Diego, US
11:30 Bulk Heterojunction Organic-Inorganic Photovoltaic Cell Based on Doped Silicon Nanowires
G. Goncher, L. Noice and R. Solanki, Portland State University, US
11:50 Nanostructured Organic-Inorganic Solar Cells
M. McGehee, V. Gowrishankar, S. Scully, A. Mayer, M. Rowell, M. Topinka, Stanford University, US
12:10 Molecular Building Blocks for Efficient Solid State Lighting
P.E. Burrows and L.S. Sapochak, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, US
12:00 TechConnect Lunch - Upper TerraceTerrace
12:00 Cleantech Lunch - Upper TerraceTerrace
1:30 Education in NanotechnologyRoom 201
 Session chair: Valerie Leppert, University of California, Merced, US
1:30 The Workforce Needs of Nanotechnology Firms: An In-Depth Study of Biotechnology, Microelectronics and Optics Firms in Phoenix and Tucson, Arizona
C.E. Van Horn and A. Fichtner, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, US
1:50 An integrated, industry-linked approach to developing a nanotechnology curriculum for secondary students in Australia
K.J.S. Alford, F. Calati and P.N. Binks, Bridge 8 Pty Ltd, AU
2:10 Undergraduate Nanoscience Program at U of Wisconsin-Stout
F.S. Schultz, University of Wisconsin-Stout, US
1:30 Micro & Nano Fluidics: Devices 1Grand Ballroom G
 Session chair: Daniel Attinger, Columbia University, US
1:30 A Microfluidic Array with Micro Cell Sieves for Cell Cytotoxicity Screening
Z.H. Wang, M.C. Kim, M. Marquez and T. Thorsen, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, US
1:50 Development of Immunoassay Microfluidic Chip Using Serial-flow Method
J. Hsieh, H-L Yin, Y-C Huang, H-H Hsu, Y-S Lin and T-T Huang, Instrument Technology Research Center, TW
2:10 A method for the highly parallel analysis of gene expression of single cells
W.R.A. Meuleman, N. Milner, D.W.K. Lueerssen and E.M. Southern, Oxford Gene Technology, UK
2:30 Microfluidic Cell Culture System for Live Cell Imaging
M.J. Powell, L.K. Higashi, A.A. Cabasug, S.M. Giffin and R.K. Alley, Nanopoint Inc., US
2:50 Bubble-based actuation schemes for microfluididic chips
J. Xu, M. Dhur and D. Attinger, Columbia University, US
1:30 Polymer Nanotech: Nanocomposites: Focus on particles in the matrixGrand Ballroom E
 Session chair: Fiona Case, NSTI, US
1:30 The Effect of POSS Compatibility on the Morphology of Thiol-ene Polymer Nanocomposites
T. Clark, C. Hoyle and S. Nazerenko, University of Southern Mississippi, US
1:50 Properties of Paraffin Wax/Montmorillonite Nanocomposite Coatings
G. Pu, J. Wang, S.J. Severtson, University of Minnesota, US
2:10 Filler-induced deformations of amorphous polyethylene chains, nanoscopic-size effects, corresponding reinforcement, and comparisons with experiment
M.A. Sharaf, A. Kloczkowski, K.I. Jacob and J.E. Mark, Helwan University, EG
2:30 Size across five orders of magnitude: Nylon 11/ceramic nanocomposite structure and performance
T. Twardowski, Widener and Villanova Universities, US (bio)
1:30 NanoFab: Nano-Devices Properties, Modeling and FabricationGrand Ballroom H
 Session chair: Mangat Pawitter, Motorola and Leo Ocola, Argonne National Laboratory
1:30 Grain Size Distribution in CoCrPtO-Based Perpendicular Magnetic Recording Media
F. Hossein-Babaei, U. Kwon and R. Sinclair, Stanford University, US
1:50 400-900 nm Light Emitting Silicon Nanoparticles
R.W. Liptak, X.D. Pi, U. Kortshagen and S.A. Campbell, University of Minnesota, US
2:10 Quantum Correction for the Current-Based One-Particle Monte-Carlo Method
S.C. Brugger, A. Wirthmueller and A. Schenk, ETH Zürich, CH
2:30 Single Election Trapping in Nanoscale Transistors; RTS(Random Telegraph Signals) and l/f Noise
L. Forbes, D.A. Miller and M.Y. Louie, Oregon State University, US
1:30 NanoFab: Nano-Material Surfaces and Thin Film Science & TechnologyGrand Ballroom B
 Session chair: Greg Bogart, Sandia National Labs and Leo Ocola, Argonne National Laboratory
1:30 Nanoscale hydrophobic coatings for the separation of liquid mixtures
P. Truman, R. Frenzel, N. Longari, P. Uhlmann and M. Stamm, Institute of Polymer Research, DE
1:50 The Si-tag for Immobilizing Proteins on a Silicon Device
A. Kuroda, Hiroshima University, JP
2:10 Low Temperature Nanolayers of Metal Oxides By MVD
B. Kobrin, N. Dangaria and J. Chinn, Applied Microstructures, Inc, US
1:30 Bio Materials & Tissues: Cellular Interaction & Novel StructuresGrand Ballroom C
 Session chair: Sarah Lynn Tao, University of California, San Francisco, US
1:30 Nanofiber alignement and orientation enhances cell migration and wound healing
K. Kurpinski, S. Patel and S. Li, University of California Berkeley, US
1:50 Electrophoretic RNA Transport Through Transmembrane Carbon Nanotubes
U. Zimmerli and P. Koumoutsakos, ETH Zurich, CH
2:10 Phage-Derived Bioselective Nanovehicles for Drug and Gene Delivery
V.A. Petrenko, Auburn University, US
2:30 Protein binding to particle surfaces determines intracellular interaction and uptake kinetics.
M. Ehrenberg and J.L. McGrath, University of Rochester, US
2:50 Nanoscale-Engineered Dextran Hydrogels as Biomimetic Extracellular Matrices for Optimized Cell Adhesion and Differentiation
M.H. Lee, M.D. McConnell, D. Boettiger, R.J. Composto, University of Pennsylvania, US
1:30 BioNano: Nanotech to NeurologyGrand Ballroom D
 Session chair: Gabriel Silva, University of California, San Diego, US
1:30 Nano Neuro Knitting: using nanotechnology to repair the brain
R.G. Ellis-Behnke, Y-X Liang, S-W You, D.K.C. Tay, S. Zhang, K-F So and G.E. Schneider, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, US
1:50 Automated 3D cortex image data acquisition
B.H. Lich and G. Knott, FEI Electron Optics, NL
2:10 Developing Super-Paramagnetic Nanoparticles for Central Nervous System Axon Regeneration
M.N. De Silva, M.V. Almeida and J.L. Goldberg, University of Miami, US
2:30 Nanowire Array Technologies for Investigation of Neural Activity
S. Saha, J. Silverberg, D. O'Malley and L. Menon, Northeastern University, US
2:50 Bioactive Aligned Nanofibers for Nerve Regeneration
S. Patel and S. Li, University of California, Berkeley, US
1:30 ICCN: Modeling Zeolites, Surfaces and Surface ProcessesGrand Ballroom F
 Session chair: Wolfgang Windl, Ohio State University, US
1:30 Interaction of DNA with Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes: Implication to the Bio-Sensors
K-J Kong, H. Chang and J-O Lee, Korea Research Institute of Chemical Technology, KR
1:50 A Kinetic Study of the MOCVD of GaN
D. Moscatelli and C. Cavallotti, Politecnico di Milano, IT
2:10 ICCN: Softnano: Multi-scale Modeling of Soft Nanostructured MaterialsGrand Ballroom F
 Session chair: Dmitry Bedrov, University of Utah, US
2:10 A Multiscale investigation of the influence of surface morphology on thin films CVD deposition
A. Barbato, M. Rondanini and C. Cavallotti, Politecnico di Milano, IT
2:30 Bridging Domain Multiscale Method
S.P. Xiao and W.Y. Hou, The University of Iowa, US
2:50 Atomistic-Continuum Simulations of Carbon Nanotubes in LIquids
P. Koumoutsakos, E. Kotsalis, J.H. Walther and A. Dupuis, ETH Zurich, CH
1:30 TechConnect Corporate Needs & IPRooms 209-210
 Session chair: Michael Pratt, Boston University, US
1:30 Honda: Corporate & Technology Needs
N. Sugimoto, Honda Motor Corporation, US (bio)
1:50 SANYO: Corpoate & Technology Needs
N. Chiba, SANYO North America Corporation, US (bio)
2:10 Air Products & Chemicals: Corporate & Technology Needs
V. Magnotta, Air Products and Chemicals, US (bio)
1:20 Cleantech: Business and Development InitiativesRoom 203
 Session chair: Kitu Bindra, Buchanan Ingersoll
1:20 Green Chemistry: Advances in Sustainability through Innovation
R.E. Engler, US EPA, US
1:40 Renewable Energy Opportunities in Ontario
A. Taylor, Ogilvy Renault LLP, CA
2:00 Cleantech: Electric Power GridRoom 203
 Session chair: Wade Adams, Rice University, US
2:00 Technology Solutions for Energy: Challenges and Solutions for the Power Grid
W. Adams, Rice University, US (bio)
2:30 Upgrading the Electrical Transmission Grid Using High Efficiency ACCC Conductor
D. Bryant, E. Bosze, Composite Technology Corporation, US
2:50 Delivering Visible Returns to the Cleantech Market
C. Beekhuis, Fat Spaniel Technologies, US
1:30 Cleantech: Reduced FootprintRoom 204
 Session chair: Dan Laird, Sandia National Labs, US
1:30 Current Issues and Future Technical Challenges for Energy Production from a Global Service Company Perspective
L. Norman and R. Sweatman, Halliburton, US
2:00 Waste Gasification: A Triple Play Opportunity
B. Davis, Ze-gen, US
2:30 Cleantech Impact on Building and Construction
G. Elvin, Ball State University, US
1:30 Cleantech: Nanotech: Fuel CellsGrand Ballroom A
 Session chair: Chris Menzel, Spectra, US
1:30 Dynamics of Water in Nafion Fuel Cell Membranes: the Effects of Confinement and Structural Changes on the Hydrogen Bonding Network
D.E. Moilanen, I.R. Piletic and M.D. Fayer, Stanford University, US
1:50 Determination of Pore Size Distribution of Nafion/Sulfated beta-Cyclodextrin
J.-D. Jeon, B.H. Lee and S.-Y. Kwak, Seoul National Univesity, KR
2:10 Hydroxyapatite-imidazole-polymer composite films as a proton conductor under no humidified condition
H. Tsutsumi and Y. Hisha, Yamaguchi University, JP
2:30 Block Copolymer Directed Nanocomposites for Fuel Cell Applications
T. Dermis, S. Mayavan, N.K. Dutta, N.R. Choudhury and S. Holdcroft, University of South Australia, AU
2:50 Microbial Fuel Cell
M. Willert-Porada, K. Lorenz, R. Freitag, V. Jerome, S. Peiffer, University of Bayreuth, DE
3:00 Coffee and NetworkingUpper Lobby
3:30 Micro & Nano Fluidics: Devices 2Grand Ballroom G
 Session chair: Daniel Attinger, Columbia University, US
3:30 Multifunctional Microvalves Control by Optical Illumination on Nanoheaters and its Application in Centrifugal Microfluidic Devices
J-M Park, Y-K Cho, B-S Lee, J-G Lee and C. Ko, Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology, KR
3:50 Methods of energizing micro flows by acoustic and electric fields
F. Schönfeld, D. Dadic, S. Hardt, R. Püschl and F. Schmitz, Institut für Mikrotechnik Mainz / IMM, DE
4:10 Liquid transport detection using single FET devices
P. Truman, P. Uhlmann and M. Stamm, Institute of Polymer Research, DE
4:00 NanoFab: Bottom-Up Approach: Bio-Nano Device FabricationGrand Ballroom H
 Session chair: Warren Lai, Alcatel-Lucent Bell Laboratories and New Jersey Nanotechnology Consortium, US
3:30 From Particle Self-Assembly to the Creation of Biologically Relevant Nanopatterns
T.M. Blättler, A. Binkert, E. Reimhult, M. Textor and J. Vörös, ETH Zurich, CH
3:50 Manufacturable nanoscale membranes – material development and biological separations
T.R. Gaborski, C.C. Striemer, J.L. Snyder, D.Z. Fang, P.M. Fauchet and J.L. McGrath, University of Rochester, US
4:10 Nano-Patterned Surfaces Enhance Immunoreaction Efficiency
A. Valsesia, I. Mannelli, P. Colpo, F. Bretagnol, G. Ceccone and F. Rossi, European Commision Joint researcc Center, IT
4:30 Multifunctional Bio-Nano Patterns Derived from Colloidal Self-Assembly as Model Surfaces to Study Antigen-Antibody Interactions
S. Krishnamoorthy, J.P. Wright, O. Worsfold, T. Fujii and M. Himmelhaus, Fujirebio, Inc., JP
4:50 Micro-photonic cylindrical waveguide based protein biosensor
S.K. Padigi, K. Asante, V.S. Reddy Kovvuri, R.K. Reddy, A. La Rosa and S. Prasad, Portland State University, US
3:00 TechConnect: Health & Medical DevicesRoom 209
 Session chair: Sarah Audet, Medtronic, US
3:00 Heart Sensing Radar
V. Lubecke, University of Hawaii, US
3:10 Solaire Packaging Technology
J. Gutman, The Solaire Company, LLC, US
3:20 Pain Distraction Software for Mobile Platforms
M. Wiederhold, The Virtual Reality Medical Center, US
3:30 Closed loop control system for blood glucose
S. Lee, Boston University, US
3:40 Passion Meter
S. Ortigue, University of Geneva/ University Hospital of Geneva, CH
3:50 Microfluidic pump and actuators
T. Heldal, IQ Micro, CH
3:00 TechConnect: Cleantech: Sustainable & Clean Technologies: Energy & MaterialsRoom 207
 Session chair: Wilmer Hale
3:00 Air-stable Inorganic Nanocrystal Solar Cells Processed from Solution
I. Gur, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, US
3:10 Invisible Interrogators
P. Kuniyil, Nanoinnoway, Inc., US
3:20 Hybrid substrates for low cost solid state lighting applications
B. Loux, Arizona Technology Enterprises (ASU), US
3:30 Proton Conductor
I. Gangas, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), NO
3:40 Synthesis of non-toxic, UV absorbing White-light emitting nanoparticles
P. Kuniyil, Nanoinnoway, Inc., US
3:30 Cleantech: TransportationRoom 210
 Session chair: Shyam Venkatesh, Omron, US
3:30 Clean Fuels/Alternate Fuels
M. Jackson, TIAX, US
3:50 Batteries and Clean Cars
S. Kumar, Nanoexa, US
4:10 PM Advanced Engine Technologies
J. Reed, Omnitek Corp, US
4:30 AM Fuel Cells
S. Unnasch, TIAX, US
3:30 Cleantech: FuelsRoom 204
 Session chair: Fiona Case, NSTI, US
3:30 Biofuels Overview
L. Morgenthaler-Jones, LiveFuels, US
3:50 Municipal and Industrial Wastewater Treatment Facilities: Tomorrows Biorefinery for the Production of Biofuels
T. French, R. Hernandez, J. Hall, A. Mondala, M. White and M. Bricka, Mississippi State University, US
4:10 Integrated Multistage Supercritical Technology to Produce High Quality Vegetable Oil and Biofuels
G. Anitescu, A. Deshpande, P.A. Rice and L.L. Tavlarides, Syracuse University, US
4:30 8nm cerium oxide as a fuel additive for fuel consumption and emissions reduction
G. Wakefield and M. Gardener, Oxonica Materials Ltd, UK

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