2004 Joint International Meeting

October 3-October 8, 2004


AE2 - Electrophoresis and Microfluidics

Physical Electrochemistry/Sensor

Thursday, October 7, 2004

Hibiscus 1 &2, Level 2, Kalia Executive Conference Center

Co-Chairs: W. Hoffman and Y. Fintschenko

08:202471 Manipulating Molecular Transport Through Nanocapillaries by Control of Electrokinetic Flow - D. Cannon, Jr., B. Flachsbart, C. Swearingen, J. Tulock, M. Shannon, J. Sweedler, and P. Bohn (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
09:002472 Electrokinetic simulation for alignment of carbon nanotube based on multi-physics analysis - C.S. Han, E.S. Lee, Y.E. Yoo (KIMM), S.G. Kwon, and S.H. Kim (KAIST)
09:202473 Electrochemical Pumping Across Nafion Membranes - M. Norman, C. Evans, C. Koval, and R. Noble (University of Colorado-Boulder)
09:40 Twenty-Minute Intermission
10:002474 Inchworm-like Motion of a Droplet Caused by Spatiotemporal Control of Wetting Gradients in Solutions - R. Yamada and H. Tada (Institute for Molecular Science)
10:202475 Microfluidic Approaches to Sample Concentration - Y. Fintschenko, B. Lapizco, E. Cummings, R. Davalos, and B. Simmons (Sandia National Laboratory)
10:402476 Field Driven Particle Manipulation in Surface Micromachined Microfluidic Channels - M. Okandan, C. James, P. Galambos, and D. Bennett (Sandia National Laboratory)
11:002477 Custom-tailored nanofluidic channels utilizing a FIB - H.D. Wanzenboeck and E. Bertagnolli (Vienna University of Technology)
11:202478 Polymer Capillary Electrophoresis Chips - Evaluation and Optimization by Model Aided Contactless Conductivity Detection - W. Hoffmann, H. Mühlberger (Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe), B. Gas (Charles University Prague), A.E. Guber (Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe), T. van de Goor, K. Witt (Agilent Technologies), A. Gerlach, and N. Gottschlich (Greiner Bio-One GmbH)
11:402479 Coupling Electrochemistry with Microchip Electrophoresis: Analysis of Aerosol Particles - C. Henry, C. Garcia, J. Vickers, D. MacDonald, G. Engling, X.-Y. Yu, and J. Collett (Colorado State University)

Co-Chairs: C. Henry and R. McCarley

14:002480 Soft Lithography and Fluidic Assembly for Devices: BioMEMS, Neural Circuits, and Macroelectronics. - R. Nuzzo (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
14:402481 Resist-Free Patterning Of Surface Architectures In Polymeric BioMEMS Devices - R. McCarley, S. Soper, B. Vaidya, A. Smith, S. Wei, and M. Galloway (Louisiana State University)
15:002482 Microelectrochemical Sensing of Mechanical Impact of Flowing Liquids on Solid Walls - G. Schmitt (Iserlohn University of Applied Sciences) and C. Werner (Enthone GmbH)
15:202483 On-Chip Detection and Identification of Close Variants of T-Even Bacteriophage by Capillary Zone Electrophoresis - J. Cintron and J. Fruetel (Sandia National Laboratories)
15:40 Twenty-Minute Intermission
16:002484 Approaching Real-Time Molecular Analysis: Amplification and Interrogation of DNA Structure using Modular Microfluidic Systems - S. Soper, R. McCarley, M. Murphy, J. Chen, C. Situma, and S. Wei (Lousiana State University)
16:202485 µChemLab™: A Hand-Portable Microanalytical Instrument for BioAnalysis - J.A. Freutel, G.S. Chirica, R.F. Renzi, J.A.A. West, and M.D. Allendorf (Sandia National Laboratories)
16:402486 Mixing with Triaxial Magnetic Fields - J. Martin (Sandia National Laboratories)
17:002487 Control of Fluid Flow Using Redox Magnetohydrodynamics for Chip-Based Microfluidics and Analytical Applications - E. Clark, P. Arumugam, and I. Fritsch (University of Arkansas)

Coral Lounge, Level 6, Mid Pacific Conference Center

Thursday Evening Poster Session

o2488 Spatiotemporally-controlled Electroorganic Synthesis with Microelectrodes-Microchannel Chip - N. Sasaki, T. Kitamori, and H.-B. Kim (The University of Tokyo)