Honolulu PRiME 2012 - Honolulu, Hawaii

October 7 - October 12, 2012

PROGRAM INFORMATION

 

I2 - Bioelectroanalysis and Bioelectrocatalysis

 

Monday, October 8, 2012

317B, Level 3, Hawaii Convention Center

Bioelectroanalysis

Co-Chairs: L. Mao and A. Brajter-Toth
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
08:20   3572   Electrochemical Investigations of Lipid Membranes and Proteins at the Liquid-Liquid Interface R. Kataky (Durham University)
08:40   3573   Fabrication of Nanoporous 1- 3 nm Thick Membranes on Nanostructured Microelectrodes for Low nM Detection A. Boateng (University of Florida), F. Irague (Université Paul Sabatier Toulouse III), and A. Brajter-Toth (University of Florida)
09:00   3574   Electrochemical Immunoassay of Phosphorylated Proteins D. Du (Central China Normal University)
09:20   3575   Intermediate Layers for Immobilization of Biomacromolecules on Various Substrates A. Nowicka, A. Kowalczyk, M. Fau, and Z. J. Stojek (University of Warsaw)
09:40 Intermission (20 Minutes)
10:00   3576   Functional Nanomaterials for Sensitive Bioassay D. Du (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory) and Y. Lin (Pacific Northwest National Lab)
10:20   3577   In Vivo Electroanalytical Chemistry: Strategies Based on Surface/Interface Chemistry L. Mao (Institute of Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS))
10:40   3578   Development of Nano-Pt/Graphene/Nafion Composite Membrane for Glucose Biosensor H. Leu, K. Chiu, and C. Lin (Feng Chia University)
11:00   3579   Electrochemical Techniques as Effective Readout Methods for Aptamer based Biosensors E. Wang (Changchun Institute of Applied Chemistry)
11:20   3580   Synthesis Graphene-based Nanocomposites and Apply in Electrochemical Sensors Z. WANG (Changchun Institute of Applied Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences)
11:40   3581   Electrochemical Surface Plasmon Resonance Sensor based on Nanohole Array Electrode Fabricated by Nanoimprinting Technique O. Niwa (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology), K. Nakamoto (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, University of Tsukuba), and R. Kurita (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology)
 

Bioelectrocatalysis

Co-Chairs: D. Cliffel and S. Calabrese Barton
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
14:00   3582  
CANCELLED
Investigation of the Dissimilarity Metal Reduction (DMR) Pathways of Shewanella with Spatial Resolution by Scanning Electrochemical Microscopy G. Chen, D. Kimmel, and D. Cliffel (Vanderbilt University)
14:20   3583   Facilitation of High-Rate NADH Electrocatalysis at Activated Carbon Electrode H. Li, R. Li, R. Worden, and S. Calabrese Barton (Michigan State University)
14:40   3584   Ionic Liquid-Based Electrochemical Biosensors P. Yu and L. Mao (Institute of Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS))
15:00   3585   Electrochemical Biosensor and Biofuel Cell Applications of Nanomaterials Modified Electrodes S. Chen, Y. Li, V. Mani, and M. Rajkumar (National Taipei University of Technology)
15:20   3586   Direct Electron Transfer and Electrocatalysis of Hemoglobin on ITO Nanoparticle Electrode Y. Ayato, K. Yamagiwa (Tokyo University of Science), H. Shiroishi (Tokyo National College of Technology), and J. Kuwano (Tokyo University of Science)
15:40   3587   A Third Generation L-fucose Biosensor based on a Novel Dehydrogenase from the Basidiomycete Coprinopsis Cinerea M. Inukai (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology), H. Matsumura, K. Igarashi, M. Samejima (The University of Tokyo), N. Nakamura, and H. Ohno (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology)
 

Tuesday, October 9, 2012

317B, Level 3, Hawaii Convention Center

Biofuel Cells

Co-Chairs: S. Minteer and S. Higgins
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
08:00   3588   Characterization of Microbial Fuel Cell Anodic Biofilms Grown on Pure and Mixed Cultures S. R. Higgins, R. Lopez, D. Foerster, M. Cooney (Hawaii Natural Energy Institute), P. Atanassov, C. Lau (The University of New Mexico), S. Minteer (University of Utah), K. Nealson, A. Cheung (University of Southern California), O. Bretschger (J. Craig Venter Institute), T. Yan, and E. Pagaling (University of Hawaii)
08:20   3589   In Vivo Operating Miniature, Direct Electron Transfer based, Membrane-less Glucose/Oxygen Biofuel Cell M. Falk, V. Andoralov (Biomedical Sciences), M. Granmo (Neuronano Research Center), D. Suyatin (Division of Solid State Physics), J. Schouenborg (Neuronano Research Center), J. Sotres (Biomedical Sciences), R. Ludwig (Food Biotechnology Laboratory), O. Morozova (Kurchatov NBIC Centre), Z. Blum, and S. Shleev (Biomedical Sciences)
08:40   3590   Enhanced Electrical Contact of Microbes using Magnetite Particle Coated with Polyelectrolyte onto Multi-Walled Carbon Nanotube Nanohybrid (MaPoNT) in Microbial Fuel Cell I. Park, Y. Heo, P. Kim, and K. Nahm (Chonbuk National University)
09:00   3591   Ammonia Production at Anabaena variabilis Modified Electrodes T. Paschkewitz and J. Leddy (University of Iowa)
09:20   3592   Solar Bioelectrocatalysis Utilizing Thylakoids S. Minteer (University of Utah)
09:40 Intermission (20 Minutes)
10:00   3593   Investigating Separators to Improve Performance of Flat-Plate Microbial Fuel Cells S. Kazemi (University of British Columbia), K. Fatih (National Research Council Canada (NRC)- University of British Columbia (UBC)), M. Mohseni (University of British Columbia (UBC)), and H. Wang (National Research Council Canada (NRC)- University of British Columbia (UBC))
10:20   3594   Direct Electron-Transfer Reactions from Solid Electrodes to Chemoautotrophic CO2 Fixation Microbes T. ISHII (university of tokyo), K. Hashimoto, and R. Nakamura (The University of Tokyo)
10:40   3595   A Novel Recombinant PQQ Alcohol Dehydrogenase as Catalyst for Bioanode: Two-Step Electrochemical Oxidation of Alcohols K. Takeda (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology), H. Matsumura (Oregon Health and Science University), K. Igarashi, M. Samejima (The University of Tokyo), N. Nakamura, and H. Ohno (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology)
11:00   3596   Surface Modification of Carbon Black toward Retention of Enzyme Activity in High-Surface-Area Enzymatic Biofuel Cell Electrodes T. Tamaki, H. Fujimoto, H. Ohashi, and T. Yamaguchi (Tokyo Institute of Technology)
11:20   3597   Simultaneous 3-D Impedance Measurement of Whole Biofuel Cell, Anode and Cathode using Porous Carbon Electrode I. Shitanda, H. Yanai, Y. Yoshihata, Y. Hoshi, M. Itagaki (Tokyo University of Science), and S. Tsujimura (University of Tsukuba)
11:40   3598   Polyaniline Nanofiber/Carbon Black Composite as an Air Cathode Material for Microbial Fuel Cells J. Ahmed and S. Kim (Konkuk University)
 

Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 3, Level 1, Hawaii Convention Center

I2 - Poster Session - Bioelectroanalysis and Bioelectrocatalysis

Co-Chairs: S. Minteer
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
o   3599   Catechol Biosensor based on Polyphenol Oxidase Immobilized by Combining Electropolymerization and Cross-Linking Process S. Wang and J. Kan (Yangzhou University)
o   3600   A Bioanode for an Ethanol Biofuel Cell Operating at High Temperature A. Kontani, M. Masuda, N. Nakamura, M. Yohda, and H. Ohno (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology)
o   3601   Immobilization of NAD+ on an Electrode Using Hydrophobic Ionic Liquids M. Masuda, N. Nakamura, and H. Ohno (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology)
o   3602   Investigation of Impedance Spectra of Mediator-type Amperometric Biosensor by Faradaic Impedance Analysis I. Shitanda, Y. Hoshi, and M. Itagaki (Tokyo University of Science)
o   3603   The Direct Electron Transfer Reaction of Bilirubin Oxidase in Protic Ionic Liquids R. Ikari, J. Kuwahara, N. Nakamura, and H. Ohno (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology)