221st ECS Meeting - Seattle, Washington

May 6 - May 10, 2012

PROGRAM INFORMATION

 

I2 - Biological Fuel Cells 5

 

Monday, May 7, 2012

Room 2A, Level 2, Washington State Convention Center

Enzyme Fundamentals

Co-Chairs: Scott Calabrese Barton, Plamen Atanassov
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
08:00   1421   Co-immobilization of Cellobiose Dehydrogenase with Pyranose Dehydrogenase to Increase the Coulombic Efficiency of Glucose Biofuel Cell Anodes L. Gorton (Lund University), M. Shao (Ruhr Universität Bochum), M. Zafar (Lund University), C. Peterbauer, R. Ludwig (BOKU University of Natural Resources and Applied Life Sciences Vienna), M. Toscana (NovoZymes, Denmark), D. Leech (National University of Ireland Galway), and W. Schuhmann (Ruhr Universität Bochum)
08:20   1422   A DNA-Nickel Complex Based Fuel Cell for Deep Oxidation of Various Fuels D. Chen and S. D. Minteer (University of Utah)
08:40   1423   Progress Towards the Development of Deoxyribozyme-Based Biofuel Cells M. Zhang, I. Emahi, C. Entrinken, D. Bhatnagar, D. Nightingale, and D. A. Baum (Saint Louis University)
09:00   1424   Photosystem I Deposition on Electrode Surfaces Towards Solar H2 Production in the Field D. R. Baker, A. Manocchi, S. Pendley, J. Sumner, M. Hurley (Army Research Laboratory), K. Xu (U.S. Army Research Laboratory), B. Bruce, K. Nguyen, T. Zhu (University of Tennessee), and C. Lundgren (Army Research Laboratory)
09:20   1425   Photo-electrochemical Activity of Thylakoids on Carbon Nanotube Modified Electrodes J. Calkins, Y. Umasankar, and R. P. Ramasamy (University of Georgia)
09:40 Intermission (20 Minutes)
10:00   1426   Utilizing Natural and Synthetic Metabolic Pathways for Deep Oxidation of Biofuels in Enzymatic Biofuel Cells S. D. Minteer (University of Utah)
10:40   1427   Minimal Enzyme Cascade for Oxidation of Glucose to Carbon Dioxide at the Anode: Importance of Promiscuous Enzymes S. Xu and S. D. Minteer (University of Utah)
11:00   1428   Effective Immobilization of Biomolecules onto Bioanode for a Reusable Biofuel Cell K. Murata, S. Fujita, S. Yamanoi, H. Sakai, and Y. Tokita (Sony Corporation)
11:20   1429   Redox Potential Tuning of the Small Multicopper Oxidase from Streptomyces Coelicolor G. Strack, D. Eby, L. Nadeau, R. Tatum, H. Luckarift, G. Hong, R. Pachter, and G. Johnson (Air Force Research Laboratory)
11:40   1430   Mechanistic Study of Direct Electron Transfer in Bilirubin Oxidase S. Brocato, C. Lau, and P. Atanassov (University of New Mexico)
 

Materials 1

Co-Chairs: Shelley Minteer, Heather Luckarift
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
14:00   1431   Engineering Glucose Oxidase for High Power Biofuel Cells N. Mano (Université de Bordeaux)
14:40   1432   High Current Density Bioanodes Based on Linear Poly(ethylenimine) and Polymethylated Ferrocenes for use in Biofuel Cells D. Hickey (University of Oklahoma), M. Meredith (University of Utah), D. Schmidtke, and D. Glatzhofer (University of Oklahoma)
15:00   1433   Enhancement of Bioelectrocatalytic Oxidation of Ethanol through Controlled Combination of Positively Charged Carbon Nanotubes and Dehydrogenase Enzymes B. Kowalewska and P. J. Kulesza (University of Warsaw)
15:20   1434   Polyazine/Carbon Nanotube/Hydrogel Composites for Enzyme Immobilization and Bioelectrocatalysis M. Meredith and S. D. Minteer (University of Utah)
15:40 Intermission (20 Minutes)
16:00   1435   Electrocatalysis Studies of Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide at Multiwalled Carbon Nanotube/Glassy Carbon Electrodes with Different Polymers L. Pelster, M. Meredith, and S. D. Minteer (University of Utah)
16:20   1436   Biofuel Cell Anodes Integrating NAD-Dependent Enzymes and Multiwalled Carbon Nanotube Papers C. W. Narváez Villarrubia, S. O. Garcia, C. Lau, and P. Atanassov (University of New Mexico)
16:40   1437   Significance of Carbon Electrode Materials to Improve the Performance of DET-type Fructose/O2 Biofuel Cells K. Kano (Kyoto University)
 

Tuesday, May 8, 2012

Room 2A, Level 2, Washington State Convention Center

Microbial Fundamentals

Co-Chairs:
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
08:00   1438   From Electron Transfer Mechanisms in Biofilms to Practical Applications H. Beyenal and J. Babauta (Washington State University)
08:20   1439   A Dual Extracellular Electron Transfer Mechanism Biofilm Model R. S. Renslow, J. Babauta, J. O. Schenk, C. Ivory, and H. Beyenal (Washington State University)
08:40   1440   pH and Redox Potential Variations in an Anodic Biofilm Located in a Three-Electrode Bioreactor and a Microbial Fuel Cell J. Babauta, H. Nguyen, and H. Beyenal (Washington State University)
09:00   1441   On the Mechanism of Catalytic Activity of Geobacter spp. Biofilm Anodes D. Bond (University of Minnesota), S. Strycharz-Glaven, L. Tender (Naval Research Laboratory), and C. Torres (Arizona State University)
09:20   1442   Use of Interdigitated Microelectrode Arrays (IDAs) to Investigate Extracellular Electron Transport Through Geobacter Sulfurreducens Biofilms R. Snider, S. Strycharz-Glaven, S. Tsoi, J. Burns, L. Tender (Naval Research Laboratory), and A. Guiseppi-Elie (Clemson University)
09:40 Intermission (20 Minutes)
10:00   1443   Charge Transfer and Energy Conversion in Microbial Systems: From Molecular to Cellular Length Scales M. Y. El-Naggar, Y. Gorby, K. Leung, B. Gross, and S. Pirbadian (University of Southern California)
10:40   1444   Development of Biofilms by Shewanella oneidensis MR-1 Under Anaerobic Conditions on Polarized Surfaces J. N. Roy (The University of New Mexico), C. Lau, K. E. Garcia, P. Atanassov (University of New Mexico), H. Luckarift, D. Eby, and G. Johnson (Air Force Research Laboratory)
11:00   1445   Shewanella spp. Display Distinct Phenotypes for Accepting Electrons from Electrodes J. Burns, S. Strycharz-Glaven, and L. Tender (Naval Research Laboratory)
11:20   1446   Electrochemical Modification of Gene-Expression Profiles of Anode-Respiring Geobacter Sulfureducens Cells S. Matsuda (The University of Tokyo), H. Liu, S. Kato, S. Nakanishi (ERATO/JST), and K. Hashimoto (The University of Tokyo)
11:40   1447   Enhanced Fermentation in an Electrochemical Reactor J. Hastings and D. Chidambaram (University of Nevada, Reno)
 

Microbial Systems

TimeProgr#Title and Authors
14:00   1448   From Crops to Fuels: Consolidated Bioprocessing Technologies Using Bioelectrochemical Systems G. Reguera (Michigan State University)
14:40   1449   Hybrid Microbial/Enzymatic Biological Fuel Cells H. Luckarift, S. Sizemore, G. Strack (Air Force Research Laboratory), J. Roy, C. Lau, P. Atanassov (University of New Mexico), and G. Johnson (Air Force Research Laboratory)
15:00   1450   Autonomous, Retrievable Microbial Fuel Cell K. E. Richter (SPAWA Systems Center), J. Kagan, and R. George (SPAWAR Systems Center)
15:20   1451   "Electrofuel" Production Using Ammonia or Iron as Redox Mediators in Reverse Microbial Fuel Cells S. Banta, A. West, K. Chandran, W. Khunjar, A. Sahin, T. Kernan, and B. Lin (Columbia University)
 

Enzymatic Systems

TimeProgr#Title and Authors
16:00   1452   Paper-Based Biofuel Cells P. Atanassov (University of New Mexico), C. Lau (UNM), C. Narváez Villarrubia (University of New Mexico\), G. Ciniciato (UNM), S. O. Garcia (University of New Mexico), R. Rincon, S. Sibbett, D. Petsev (UNM), S. D. Minteer (University of Utah), S. Banta (Columbia University), H. Luckarift, and G. Johnson (Air Force Research Laboratory)
16:20   1453   Manufacturing of Printed Biofuel Cells M. Smolander (VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland), A. Vaari, O. Kaukoniemi, L. Von Hertzen, S. Tuurala, H. Boer (VTT), and M. Bergelin (Åbo Akademi University)
16:40   1454   Enzymatic Electro-oxidation of Glucose to Generate Energy from Live Insects J. Wei, S. Singhal (CFD Research Corporation), J. Ulyanova (CFD Research Corportion), U. Lindstrom (CFD Research Corporation), H. Sato, T. Massey, and M. Maharbiz (University of California Berkeley)
17:00   1455   Effect of Sugar Additives for Thermal Stabilization of Biofuel Cell T. Samukawa, H. Kumita, T. Sugiyama, D. Yamaguchi, T. Nakagawa, H. Sakai, and Y. Tokita (Sony Corporation)
 

Ballroom 6E, Level 6, Washington State Convention Center

Poster Session

TimeProgr#Title and Authors
o   1456   Prediction of Redox Potentials for the sLAC Multicopper Oxidase and Variants G. Hong, H. Luckarift, D. Eby, G. Johnson, and R. Pachter (Air Force Research Laboratory)
o   1457   Enzyme-Carbon Nanotube Ensemble Films for Biofuel Cells T. Miyake, S. Yoshino, T. Ofuji (Tohoku University), T. Yamada, K. Hata, and M. Nishizawa (AIST)
o   1458   Enhanced Electrical Contact of Microbes using Carbon Nanotube(CNT)-Polyelectrolyte Composites in Microbial Fuel Cell I. PARK, H. Lee, P. Kim, J. Min, and K. Nahm (Chonbuk National University)
o   1459   Kinetic and Electrochemical Characterization of Laccase Using PAMAM Dendrimers Enzyme Immobilization F. P. Cardoso, S. Aquino, P. Gonçalves Fenga, Z. Valtencir, P. Ciancaglini, and A. Rodrigues de Andrade (Universidade de São Paulo)
o   1460   Biofuel Cell-Based Biosensor for Water Toxicity Testing J. S. Parkey, A. Gonzalez-Martin (Lynntech, Inc), C. Lau, and P. Atanassov (University of New Mexico)
o   1461   Anthracene Modified Multi-walled Carbon Nanotubes as Direct Electron Transfer Scaffolds of Enzymatic Oxygen Reduction M. Minson, M. Meredith, and S. D. Minteer (University of Utah)
o   1462   Carbon Nanotube Coated Electrospun Gold Fiber for Mediatorless Enzymatic Biofuel Cell Application M. V. Jose (University of Pittsburgh), S. Cornelius (Pennsylvania State University), S. Marx (Israel Institute for Biological Research), H. Murata, R. Koepsel, and A. Russell (University of Pittsburgh)
o   1463   Biofuel Cell Gas-Diffusion Cathodes based on Multiwalled Carbon Nanotube Matrix S. O. Garcia (University of New Mexico), C. Narváez Villarrubia (University of New Mexico\), A. Falase (University of New Mexico), G. P. Ciniciato (Universidade de São Paulo), C. Lau, and P. Atanassov (University of New Mexico)
o   1464   Power Generation by a Hybrid Microbial/Enzymatic Biological Fuel Cell Operating in Seawater H. Luckarift, G. Strack, S. Sizemore, R. Nichols, K. Farrington (Air Force Research Laboratory), C. Lau (University of New Mexico), P. Wu (Southern Oregon University), P. Atanassov (University of New Mexico), J. Biffinger (Naval Research Laboratory), and G. Johnson (Air Force Research Laboratory)
o   1465   Integrating Shewanella oneidensis MR-1 into Microbial Fuel Cell Anodes K. E. Garcia, J. Roy, C. Moreno, C. Lau, and P. Atanassov (University of New Mexico)
 

Wednesday, May 9, 2012

Room 2A, Level 2, Washington State Convention Center

Materials 2

Co-Chairs:
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
08:20   1466   Nanobiocatalytic Enzyme Stabilization for Biofuel Cells J. Kim (Korea University)
08:40   1467   Mass-Transport Dependent Biocathodes Based on Hierarchical Carbon Nanotubes Composite Electrode J. Vivekananthan, W. Jia (Ruhr-Universität Bochum), W. Schuhmann (Ruhr Universität Bochum), and L. Stoica (Ruhr-Universität Bochum)
09:00   1468   Paper based Biofuel Cells: Design of Air-Breathing Bio-cathodes G. P. Ciniciato (Universidade de São Paulo), A. Cochrane, C. Lau (University of New Mexico), E. Gonzalez (Universidade de São Paulo), and P. Atanassov (University of New Mexico)
09:20   1469   Biofuel Cells Based on Carbon Nanotube Compressions S. Cosnier (Université J. Fourier)
09:40 Intermission (20 Minutes)
10:00   1470   Materials for Mediator-free Electron Transfer in the Enzymatic Electrodes of Biobatteries and Biofuel Cells R. Bilewicz, K. Stolarczyk, E. Nazaruk, D. Lyp, M. Karaskiewicz (University of Warsaw), K. Zelechowska, J. Biernat (Gdansk University of Technology), and J. Rogalski (Maria Curie-Sklodowska University)
10:40   1471   Carbon Nanotube Modified Biocatalytic Microelectrodes with Multiscale Porosity H. Wen, H. Bambhania, and S. C. Barton (Michigan State University)
11:00   1472   Catalytic Activity of Tyrosinase for Potential Biofuel Cell Application Y. Umasankar and R. P. Ramasamy (University of Georgia)
11:20   1473   Nanostructured Cerium Oxide Thin Films: Synthesis, Characterization and Bioelectrocatalytic Supporting Properties M. Moumene (INRS), D. Rochefort (University of Montreal), and M. Mohamedi (INRS-Énergie, Matériaux et Télécommunications)