208th ECS Meeting - Los Angeles, California

October 16 - October 21, 2005

PROGRAM INFORMATION

 

F1 - Dielectrics and the Dielectric-Electrolyte Interface in Biological and Biomedical Applications

Dielectric Science and Technology

 

Tuesday, October 18, 2005

Palos Verdes, Lobby Level

Bio-Functional Surfaces

Co-Chairs: J. Deen & D. Greve
TimeAbs#Title and Authors
07:55 Introductory Remarks (5 Minutes)
08:00 382 Tethered Lipid Bilayers for Functional Analysis of Ion Channels S. Terrettaz and H. Vogel (EPFL)
08:40 383 Engineering the Interfacial Properties of Materials Using Polyelectrolyte Brushes O. Azzaroni (University of Cambridge)
09:20 384 The Direct and Selective Electrical Detection of Biomolecules Using Bacteriophage-Modified Microelectrodes L. Yang (University of California, Irvine), P. Tam (UCI), B. Murray (University of California Irvine), E. Walter, G. Weiss (UCI) and R. M. Penner (University of California Irvine)
09:40 Intermission (20 Minutes)
 

Bio-Functional Surfaces

Co-Chairs: S. Seal & P. Schmuki
TimeAbs#Title and Authors
10:00 385 New Surface Chemistries for Dynamic Substrates M. N. Yousaf (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)
10:40 386 Modification of Silicon Surfaces for Electrically Based Chemical and Biological Sensing G. P. Lopinski (National Research Council Canada)
11:20 387 A Microscale Glucose Biofuel Cell Using Reconstituted Glucose Oxidase on Anode and Activated Palladium on Cathode J. Choi and N. Korivi (Louisiana State University)
 

Bio-Sensor Arrays I

Co-Chairs: S.Terrettaz & O. Leonte
TimeAbs#Title and Authors
14:00 388 Requirements of Interfaces and Electrokinetic Phenomena in Proteomics on a Chip Devices R. Schasfoort, J. Beusink, S. Schlautmann, D. Kohlheyer, G. Besselink and A. Tudos (University of Twente)
14:40 389 Development of an Active-Matrix Biosensor Array D. W. Greve (Carnegie Mellon University), X. Huang (Freescale Semiconductor), M. Domach (Carnegie Mellon University) and D. Nguyen (Allegheny-Singer Research Institute)
15:20 Intermission (20 Minutes)
 

Bio-Sensor Arrays I

Co-Chairs: J. Voros & R. Boukherroub
TimeAbs#Title and Authors
15:40 390 The Bioelectronic Interface - Biomolecules and Excitable Cells on Electronic Devices A. Offenhausser (Forschungszentrum Juelich)
16:20 391 On-chip Electrical Field Sensing for Lab-on-a-chip Applications W. Badawy (U. of Calgary) and Y. Ghallab (University of Calgary)
 

Wednesday, October 19, 2005

Palos Verdes, Lobby Level

Bio-Sensor Arrays II

Co-Chairs: R. Schasfoort & C.C. Liu
TimeAbs#Title and Authors
10:00 392 Large-Scale, Multiplexed Electrical Detection of Proteins and Viruses by Ultrasensitive Nanowire Sensor Arrays F. M. Patolsky, G. Zheng and C. Lieber (Harvard University)
10:40 393 Dielectrophoretic Manipulation and Integration of Nanodevices with CMOS VLSI Circuitry S. Evoy (University of Alberta)
11:20 394 Highly Sensitive Integrated Biosensors J. C. Ranuarez and J. Deen (McMaster University)
 

Nanostructured Bio-Interfaces

Co-Chairs: J. Buriak & R. Bashir
TimeAbs#Title and Authors
14:00 395 Porous Silicon Optical and Electrical Biosensors P. Fauchet (University of Rochester)
14:40 396 Surface Chemistry of Hydrogen-terminated Semiconductor Surfaces R. Boukherroub (Interdisciplinary Research Institute)
15:20 Intermission (20 Minutes)
 
Co-Chairs: P. Fauchet & D. Landheer
TimeAbs#Title and Authors
15:40 397 Self-Organized TiO2 Nanotube Layers for Biomedical Applications P. Schmuki (University of Erlangen-Nuremberg)
16:20 398 Toward Nanobiofunctional Materials: Porous Semiconductor Formation for Biotechnological Applications C. O'Dwyer (Tyndall National Institute)
16:40 399 Influence of Nanophase on Titanium Surface with Multimeshworked and Nanoporous Structure Prepared by Cathodic-Anodization Treatment K. Ou (Graduate Institute of Oral Science)
17:00 400 Immobilization of Glycosaminoglycans in Nanostructured Conducting Polymers S. Panero, J. Serra Moreno and B. Scrosati (University of Rome)
 

Thursday, October 20, 2005

Palos Verdes, Lobby Level

Patterning of Functional Surfaces

Co-Chairs: A. Offenhausser & D. Landheer
TimeAbs#Title and Authors
08:00 401 "Turn Your Screen into a Biosensor": Electronically Controlled Indium Tin Oxide Surfaces for Biomedical Applications J. Voros (ETH Zurich)
08:40 402 Molecular Imprinting and Its Applications in Bio-molecular Sensing and Purification T. Chou, J. Rick and P. Chou (National Cheng Kung University)
09:20 403 Electrochemically Switchable Surfaces Based on Beta-Cyclodextrin SAMS for Biomicrofluidic Applications K. R. Zavadil, M. Farrow and B. Bunker (Sandia National Laboratories)
09:40 Intermission (20 Minutes)
 
Co-Chairs: R. Bashir & M. Yousaf
TimeAbs#Title and Authors
10:00 404 Thick Film and Ink-Jet Printing Technologies for Biosensor Development C. Liu, J. Shen (Case Western Reserve University), M. Chuang (National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan) and L. Dudik (Case Western Reserve University)
10:40 405 Exploring Biology Using Surface Chemistry A. P. Wong (Harvard University)
11:20 406 Nanoscale Patterning of Semiconductor Surfaces for Biomedical Applications J. M. Buriak (University of Alberta), M. Aizawa (National Institute for Nanotechnology), Y. Qiao (University of Alberta) and D. Wang (National Institute for Nanotechnology)
 

Detection of Bio-Molecules

Co-Chairs: C.C. Liu & J.W. Choi
TimeAbs#Title and Authors
14:00 407 Nanogap Junctions for Biomolecular sensor Array L. P. Lee (University of California, Berkeley)
14:40 408 Quantification of Biological Luminescence Using Complementary Metal Oxide Semiconductor (CMOS) Sensors U. Lu (University of Southern California) and Y. Yang (Chiao Tung University)
15:20 409 Direct Observation of Calf Thymus DNA on Au(110) C. I. Smith, M. Cuquerella, D. Fernig, C. Edwards and P. Weightman (University of Liverpool)
15:40 Intermission (20 Minutes)
 

Detection of Bio-Molecules

Co-Chairs: J.Deen & L.P. Lee
TimeAbs#Title and Authors
16:00 410 Integrated Micro and Nanosensor and Systems for Detection of Biological Entities using BioMEMS to Bionanotechnology R. Bashir (Purdue University)
16:40 411 Analysis of Field-Effect from Biological Macromolecules on the Floating Gates of MOS Transistors D. Landheer and G. Aers (National Research Council of Canada)
17:20 Concluding Remarks (5 Minutes)