208th ECS Meeting - Los Angeles, California

October 16 - October 21, 2005



AB1 - Sensors Based on Nanotechnology II

Sensor/Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry


Monday, October 17, 2005

San Fernando, Lobby Level

Nanoscale Electrodes and Nanocomposite Electrodes

Co-Chairs: C. Bruckner-Lea & J. Stetter
TimeAbs#Title and Authors
10:00 1317 A Stable Ultra Low Flow Reference Electrode Using A Nanochannel Glass Array Junction F. Gao, S. Broadley, T. Chen, P. M. Payne (Broadley-James Corporation) and H. Silverman (N/A)
10:20 1318 Pyramidal Clusters of Ga and In with As and P Atoms as Pre-Designed Virtual Templates of Sub-Nanoscale Heterostructure Units for Sensors and Sources L. A. Pozhar (Western Kentucky University)
10:40 1319 Nonlithographic Fabrication of Nanostructured Arrays Using Anodic Aluminum Oxide Films Containing Highly Ordered Arrays of Pores of 10 to 50nm A. Yin, P. Kossyrev, S. Cloutier, R. Guico, J. Kim and J. Xu (Brown University)
11:00 1320 Electrochemical Detection of Short-lived Species Produced by Dye-Sensitization Using TiO2 / Au Mosaic Electrode Array from Ideally Orderd Anodic Porous Alumina M. Harada (Tokyo Metropolitan University), F. Matusmoto (Kanagawa Academy of Science and Technology), K. Nishio (Tokyo Metropolitan University) and H. Masuda (Tokyo Metropolitan Univ.)
11:20 1321 The Gas Sensing Characteristics of Tungsten Trioxide Nanowires and Nanoparticles B. Deb, S. Desai, R. Thurman, S. Vaddiraju, G. Sumanasekhara (University of Louisville) and M. Sunkara (University of Louisville.edu)
11:40 1322 Synthesis and Properties of Polyaniline/Gold Composites M. Josowicz, J. Smith and J. Janata (Georgia Institute of Technology)
12:00 1323 Individually Addressable Conducting Polymer Nanowires for FET Based Label-Free Sensing M. A. Bangar (Univeristy of California, Riverside), A. K. wanekaya (University of California - Riverside), W. Chen (University of California, Riverside), A. Mulchandani and N. V. Myung (University of California - Riverside)

Sensors Including Nanowires and Nanotubes

Co-Chairs: Z. Aguilar & C. Kranz
TimeAbs#Title and Authors
14:00 1324 Development of a Novel SWNT-MPC Complexed Nanoscale Sensor for High Sensitivity and Selectivity Gas Detection P. C. Young (San Jose State University), Y. Lu and J. Li (NASA AMES)
14:20 1325 Sensing Bending, Buckling, and Slip-stick Motion of Carbon Nanotubes and Nanosprings L. Bottomley, J. Barber, M. Poggi, A. McFarland, J. Colton (Georgia Institute of Technology), C. Nguyen (Eloret Corporation/NASA Ames Research Center) and P. Lillehei (NASA Langley Research Center)
14:40 1326 Chemical and Biological Sensing Using Conducting Polymer Coated Single-walled Carbon Nanotubes (SWNTs) Based FET Devices A. K. wanekaya, W. Chen, A. Mulchandani and N. V. Myung (University of California - Riverside)
15:00 1327 Immunosensor for Prostate Cancer Biomarker Based on Single-Wall Carbon Nanotube Forests J. F. Rusling, X. Yu, A. Bhirde, J. Gong (University of Connecticut), S. Kim (Institute of Materials Science, University of Connecticut), V. Patel, S. Gutkind (National Institute for Dental and Craniofacial Research, NIH, Bethesda, Md) and F. Papadimitrakopoulos (Institute of Materials Science, University of Connecticut)
15:20 Intermission (20 Minutes)

Biosensors Based on Nanotechnology

Co-Chairs: M. Josowicz & J. Li
TimeAbs#Title and Authors
15:40 1328 Electrochemical Immunosensors based on Nanostructured Carbonaceous Supports B. Branch and P. Atanassov (University of New Mexico)
16:00 1329 Nanoarray Electrochemical Sensor for the Rapid Detection of Neurological Solutes R. D. Lowe Jr. (University of Louisville), R. Mani (University of California, Santa Barbara), M. Sunkara and R. Baldwin (University of Louisville)
16:20 1330 Impedimetric Detection of Biomolecules via Ionic Conductance through Alumina Nanoporous Arrays. P. Takmakov, I. Vlassiouk, S. Smirnov (New Mexico State University), D. A. Brevnov and P. Atanassov (University of New Mexico)
16:40 1331 Photoelectrochemical Detection of DNA Hybridization L. de la Garza, Z. Saponjic, N. Dimitrijevic, M. Thurnauer and T. Rajh (Argonne National Laboratory)
17:00 1332 Rapid, Sensitive Immunoassays using Magnetic and Fluorescent Particles C. Bruckner-Lea, N. Anheier, C. Batishko, B. Dockendorff, G. Dunham, H. Edberg, J. Grate, M. Lind, G. Morgen, R. Ozanich, T. Stewart and M. Wojcik (Pacific Northwest National Lab)

Tuesday, October 18, 2005

Pasadena, Lower Lobby Level

Tuesday Evening Poster Session

Co-Chairs: C. Bruckner-Lea
TimeAbs#Title and Authors
o 1333 Electrodeposited Thermocouple Arrays M. E. Bourg, R. M. Penner, B. Murray, Q. Li and E. Menke (University of California Irvine)
o 1334 Preparation of Titanium Oxide Nanotubes by Photo-induced Sol-gel Processing Using Ultraviolet Light R. Kuo, J. Chen and C. Hsieh (ITRI)