205th Meeting of The Electrochemical Society

May 9-May 14, 2004


M5 - Nanotubes and DNA's: Novel Materials and Molecular Devices

Fullerenes, Nanotubes, and Carbon Nanostructures

Wednesday, May 12, 2004

Salon B, Level 3

Co-Chairs: S. Subramoney and S.V. Rotkin

14:00529 Mesoscopic Thermal and Thermoelectrical Transport in Individual Carbon Nanotubes - P. Kim (Columbia University)
14:30530 On the Performance of Carbon Nanotube Field-Effect Transistors - J. Appenzeller (IBM T.J. Watson Research Center)
15:00531 Integration of Nanotubes into Microelectronics - F. Kreupl, R. Seidel, E. Unger, G.S. Duesberg, A.P. Graham, and M. Liebau (Infineon Technologies AG)
15:30532 Exotic Transport Properties of Carbon Nanotubes - T. Ando (Tokyo Institute of Technology)
16:00 Twenty-Minute Intermission
16:20533 Single Wall Carbon Nanotube Electrodes for Methanol Oxidation - G. Girish Kumar, K. Vinodgopal, D. Meisel, and P. Kamat (University of Notre Dame)
16:40534 High-Mobility Semiconducting Nanotube Transistors: Properties and Applications - M.S. Fuhrer, T. Durkop, B.M. Kim, T. Brintlinger, S.A. Getty, and E. Cobas (University of Maryland)
17:00535 Atomic-scale Characterization of Single-walled Carbon Nanotubes on Silicon Surfaces and Nanofabrication with the UHV-STM - P. Albrecht and J. Lyding (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)

Thursday, May 13, 2004

Co-Chairs: L. Zheng and R.B. Weisman

08:00536 Complex Temperature-Dependence in the Optical Spectra of Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes - S.M. Bachilo and R.B. Weisman (Rice University)
08:20537 New Results on the pH-Quenching of Fluorescence in Aqueous Suspensions of Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes - D. Tsyboulski, S.M. Bachilo, and R.B. Weisman (Rice University)
08:40538 Near-Infrared Fluorescence as a Tool for Developing Biomedical Applications of Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes - R.B. Weisman, S.M. Bachilo (Rice University), P. Cherukuri, and S.H. Litovsky (University of Texas Health Science Center)
09:00539 Diameter-dependent Exciton Relaxation in Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes - J.-D. Rocha, S. Bachilo, and R.B. Weisman (Rice University)
09:20540 Manipulating Carbon Nanotubes with Nucleic Acids - M. Zheng (Dupont Central Research and Development)
09:50541 Towards Single Molecule DNA Manipulation with Nanotube Electrodes - L. Zheng, S. Li, P. Burke, and J. Brody (University of California Irvine)
10:10542 Mimicking Voltage-Gated Ion Channel Analogues Using Robust Abiotic Membranes - C.C. Harrell, P. Kohli, Z. Siwy, E. Heins, and C. Martin (University of Florida)
10:30 Twenty-Minute Intermission
10:50543 Nanodimensional Paper Sensor For Fighting Bioterrorism - I. Cawthray, M. Gordon, and K.S.V. Santhanam (Rochester Institute of Technology)
11:10544 Numerical Exploration of Carbon Nanotube Electronic Devices - J. Guo and M. Lundstrom (Purdue University)
11:40545 Physisorption Studies on Carbon Nanotubes - E. McRae, M.-R. Babaa, and F. Valsaque (Universite Henri Poincare - Nancy 1)
12:00546 Electrochemical Charging of Double Wall Carbon Nanotubes: An in Situ Spectroelectrochemical Study - M. Kalbac (IFW Dresden), L. Kavan, M. Zukalova (J. Heyrovsky Institute of Physical Chemistry), M. Krause, and L. Dunsch (IFW Dresden)
12:20547 Polyaniline Nanowire Array on Si surface Fabricated with DNA Templates - Y. Ma, J. Zhang, and H. He (Rutgers University)
12:40 Closing Remarks