Honolulu PRiME 2012 - Honolulu, Hawaii

October 7 - October 12, 2012



J1 - Chemical Sensors 10 - Chemical and Biological Sensors and Analytical Systems


Monday, October 8, 2012

319B, Level 3, Hawaii Convention Center

J1-1 - Nano/Bio Sensors

Co-Chairs: A. Simonian and B. Chin
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
08:00   3827   Phytosensors and Phytoactuators A. G. Volkov, M. Volkova (Oakwood University), and V. Markin (University of Texas)
08:20   3828   Biofuel Cell Providing a Platform for Self-Powered Biosensors S. Dong (Changchun Institute of Applied Chemistry)
08:40   3829   Miniature Enzymatic Biosensors for Tear Glucose Measurement in Capillary Tubes B. Peng, Q. Yan (University of Michigan), B. Cohan (EyeLab Group), T. C. Major, and M. E. Meyerhoff (University of Michigan)
09:00   3830  
Real-time and Ultra-sensitive detection of Cancer Marker Using a Novel Silicon Nanobelt Field Effect Transistor Y. Yu (Graduate Institute of Biomedical Materials and Tissue Engineering), J. Wu (Department of Dentistry, Taipei Medical University Hospital), and C. Wu (Graduate Institute of Biomedical Materials and Tissue Engineering)
09:20   3831   Graphene Oxide-Based Aptasensor for Heavy Metal Detection M. Li and N. Wu (West Virginia University)
09:40   3832   Time Sensors: Circadian Rhythms in Biologically Closed Electrochemical Circuits of Plants A. Waite, J. Wooten, A. G. Volkov (Oakwood University), and V. S. Markin (The University of Texas)
10:00 Intermission (20 Minutes)
10:20   3833   Immobilization of Enzymes and Redox Proteins and Their Electrochemical Biosensor Applications S. Chen, V. Mani, S. Palanisamy, and Y. Li (National Taipei University of Technology)
10:40   3834   Salmonella Typhimurium Detection on Food Surface using Magnetoelastic Biosensors Y. Chai, S. Horikawa, M. Park, S. Li, and B. Chin (Auburn University)
11:00   3835   Bio-Inspired Autonomous Sentinel System for Screening Invasive Pathogens S. Li, H. Wikle, Y. Chai, M. Park, S. Horikawa, and B. Chin (Auburn University)
11:20   3836   New Multimode Sensors based on Nanostrucured Materials for Simultaneous Screening of Biological Fluids for Specific Breast Cancer and Hepatitis B Biomarkers R. I. Stefan - van Staden (National Institute of Research for Electrochemistry and Condensed Matter) and M. Enachescu (Center for Surface Science and Nanotechnology, University "Politehnica" of Bucharest)
11:40   3837   Direct Detection of Salmonella Typhimurium on Tomato and Spinach using a Phage-based Magnetoelastic Biosensor Method M. Park, S. Li, K. Weerakoon, S. Horikawa, Y. Chai, and B. Chin (Auburn University)

J1-2 - Nano/Bio Sensors

Co-Chairs: G. Hunter and Y. Shimizu
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
13:40   3838   Development of Electrochemical Cantilever Sensors for DNA Applications X. Quan, Y. Sun (Technical University of Denmark), A. Labuda (McGill University), A. Heiskanen, A. Wolff (Technical University of Denmark), J. Jorge Dulanto, P. Grutter (McGill University), and A. Boisen (Technical University of Denmark)
14:00   3839   Fabrication of Minimally-Invasive Patch Type Glucose Sensors M. Yasuzawa, S. Sato, H. Nakanishi, and K. Edagawa (University of Tokushima)
14:20   3840   Flexprint based Glucose Sensors for Continuous Measurement of Glucose Profiles of Diabetic Patients P. D. Van der Wal (EPFL), P. Hadvary, H. Tschirky (PharmaSens AG), and N. De Rooij (EPFL Lausanne)
14:40   3841   Nanodiamond Microelectrode Array with Mesa Structure Fabricated for Bio-Analytical Applications S. Raina, N. Ghosh, and W. Kang (Vanderbilt University)
15:00   3842   An Electrochemical Probe Technology for a Label-Free, Point-of-Care Biosensor J. Wei, S. Singhal (CFD Research Corporation), and H. Liu (Michigan Technological University)
15:20   3843   Electrical Impedance Sensors for Cancer Cell Study L. Yang (North Carolina Central University)
15:40   3844   Terahertz Chemical Imaging and Spectroscopy of Molecular Networks in Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Applications K. Ajito, Y. Ueno, H. Song, E. Tamechika, N. Kukutsu (NTT Corporation), W. Limwikrant, K. Yamamoto, and K. Moribe (Chiba University)

Tuesday, October 9, 2012

319B, Level 3, Hawaii Convention Center

J1-3 - Gas and Liquid Phase Chemical Sensors

Co-Chairs: J. Li and L. Nagahara
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
08:00   3845   (Sensor Division Outstanding Achievement Award Presentation) Ceramic Gas Sensors to Oxide Nanostructures: Opportunities and Challenges S. Akbar (Ohio State University)
08:40   3846   The Characteristics of Nanocomposite Chemical Sensors A. K. Batra, J. Stephens (Alabama A&M University), and J. Currie (NASA-MSFC)
09:00   3847   Diminishing Ethanol Cross-sensitivity via Lamination of Selective Oxidation Catalyst layer on Zirconia-based VOC Sensor T. Sato (Kyushu University), M. Breedon (Japan Society for the Promotion of Science), Y. Kugimiya (Sasebo Heavy Industries), and N. Miura (Kyushu University)
09:20   3848   Rapid and Simple Immunoassay Based on Negative Dielectrophoresis with Three-Dimensional Interdigitated Array Electrodes T. Yasukawa (University of Hyogo), H. Shiku, T. Matsue (Tohoku University), and F. Mizutani (University of Hyogo)
09:40   3849   Bismuth-film electrodes for Sn2+ Sensing: The Roles of Grain Size, Preferred Orientation Ratio, and Surface Roughness C. H. Lien, K. Chang, C. Hu, Y. Tsai, and D. Wang (National Tsing Hua University)
10:00 Intermission (20 Minutes)
10:20   3850   High-Throughput Separation Assay for NO Metabolites in Blood using Microfluidic Electrophoresis S. Wakida (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST)), T. Miyado (Kinki Polytechnic College), K. Shimazu, Y. Shibutani (Osaka Institute of Technology), T. Mizukami, K. Nose, and A. Shimouchi (National Cerebral and Cardiovascular Center)
10:40   3851   Effects of Surface Modification of Noble-Metal Electrodes with Au on the H2 Sensing Properties of Diode-type Gas Sensors T. Hyodo, T. Yamashita, and Y. Shimizu (Nagasaki University)
11:00   3852   Application of Electrospun Carbon Nanofiber and Its Composites in Electroanalytical Chemistry J. Huang, Y. Liu, and T. You (Changchun Institute of Applied Chemistry)
11:20   3853  
Soluble Polyaniline for a State of Health Sensor M. Kane (Sandia National Laboratories)
11:40   3854   Potentiometric YSZ-based Sensors Using Zn-Ta-O-based Sensing Electrode for Selective H2 Detection S. A. Anggraini (Kyushu University), M. Breedon (Japan Society for the Promotion of Science), and N. Miura (Kyushu University)
12:00   3855   Solid Electrolyte Type Ammonia Gas Sensor with High Water Durability S. Tamura, T. Nagai, and N. Imanaka (Osaka University)

J1-4 - Gas and Liquid Phase Chemical Sensors

Co-Chairs: M. Carter and Z. M. Sailor
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
14:00   3856   Low Cost 8 nm Radius Nanoelectrodes Arrays by Sol-Gel Chemistry: To Fundamental Understanding of Mass Transport Toward Direct DNA Hybridization Detection Electrochemical Sensor O. Fontaine (University of St. Andrews), C. Laberty, H. Perrot, and C. Sanchez (University of Pierre et Marie Currie)
14:20   3857   Direct Comparison of Anti-Interference Property for Bimetallic PtAu, PtIr, and PtRu Nanoparticle catalysts in Amperometric Detection for H2O2 Based Biosensors M. Janyasupab (Case Western Reserve University), Y. Zhang (Shanghai University), C. Liu (National Central University), and C. Liu (Case Western Reserve University)
14:40   3858   A High-Throughput Assay for Evaluation of Embryoid Bodies using Local Redox Cycling-Based Electrochemical Chip Device K. Ino, T. Nishijo, Y. Kanno, H. Shiku, and T. Matsue (Tohoku University)
15:00   3859   Printed Amperometric Gas Sensors M. T. Carter, J. Stetter, M. Findlay, and V. Patel (KWJ Engineering, Inc.)
15:20   3860   Interaction of Water Vapor with SnO2 Sensor Materials: A Comparison of DRIFTS and Resistance Measurements R. G. Pavelko (Kyushu University), K. Grossmann, N. Barsan (University of Tuebingen), and K. Shimanoe (Kyushu University)
15:40   3861   pH Sensing Characteristics and Biosensing Application of Solution-Gated Reduced Graphene Oxide Field-Effect Transistors I. Sohn, D. Kim, J. Jung, O. Yoon, and N. Lee (Sungkyunkwan University)
16:00   3862   Development of Micro Hydrogen Gas Sensor Utilizing Polymerized Gel with Ionic Liquid as a Solvent T. Yamauchi (Niigata University)
16:20   3863   Iridium Oxide pH Sensor Development and Its Application in Corrosion Study F. Huang, Y. Jin, and L. Wen (University of Science and Technology Beijing)
16:40   3864   Surface-enhanced Raman Scattering on Ordered Metal Nanodot Array Obtained Using Anodic Porous Alumina T. Kondo (KAST), K. Nishio, and H. Masuda (Tokyo Metropolitan University)
17:00   3865  
Enzyme-Encapsulated Quantum Dot Hydrogels in the Development of Biosensors: A Multifunctional Platform for Both Bio-Catalysis and Fluorescent Probing J. Yuan, N. Gaponik, and A. Eychmüller (TU Dresden)
17:20   3866   Adaptive Chemical Sampling Device Inspired by Crayfish R. Takemura, K. Takahashi, T. Makishita, and H. Ishida (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology)
17:40   3867   Carbohydrate Immobilization on the Surface of Field Effect Transistor Biosensor for Detection of Virus-related Protein S. Hideshima (Research Institute for Science and Engineering, Waseda University), H. Hinou (Graduate School of Life Science, Hokkaido University), D. Ebihara, R. Sato, S. Kuroiwa (Department of Applied Chemistry, Graduate School of Advanced Science and Engineering, Waseda University), S. Nishimura (Graduate School of Life Science, Hokkaido University), and T. Osaka (Waseda University)

Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 3, Level 1, Hawaii Convention Center

J1 - Poster Session

Co-Chairs: J. Li and L. Nagahara
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
o   3868   Block Co-polymer Enhanced 3D Carbon Nanostructure Electronics S. Guo, A. George, M. Penchev, C. Ozkan, and M. Ozkan (University of California, Riverside)
o   3869   Self-Assembled Monolayers of Oligonucleotides as Receptor Layers for Metal Ions Sensors L. Gorski, R. Ziolkowski, and E. Malinowska (Warsaw University of Technology)
o   3870   Development of Highly-Sensitive Electrochemical Measurement System on Dry Chemistry using Ionic Liquid S. Arimoto, M. Takahashi, A. Kamei, and T. Yoshioka (Panasonic Corporation)
o   3871   Chalcogenide Glass Chemical Sensor for Cadmium Detection in Industrial Environment M. Milochova, M. Kassem, and E. Bychkov (University of Littoral)
o   3872   Electrochemical Pump Consisting of Cu2+-Poly(acrylic acid) Gel K. Takada, N. Yamamura, A. Hayashi, T. Yasui, and A. Yuchi (Nagoya Institute of Technology)
o   3873   The pH Sensing Characteristics of Extended-Gate Field-Effect Transistor Base on The Electrode with Copper Oxide Nanowires Y. Huang, H. Lin, H. Li, W. Dai, C. Chou, and H. Cheng (National Chiao Tung University)
o   3874   Multiplexed Cantilever Sensors with a Peptide Receptor and Humidity Effects on Binding Kinetics Y. Yoo, M. Chae, J. Kang, K. Hwang, T. Kim (Korea Institute of Science and Technology), and J. Lee (Kwangwoon University)
o   3875   High Sensitive Amperometric Detection of Glucose using Conductive DLC Electrode in Higher Potential Region K. Honda, H. Naragino, K. Yoshinaga, A. Nakahara, and S. Tanaka (Yamaguchi University)
o   3876   Electrochemical Immunosensor for Diagnostic of Parasitical Human Diseases C. Erdmann, J. Inaba, A. Viana, C. Pessoa, K. Wohnrath, and J. R. Garcia (State University of Ponta Grossa)
o   3877   Characterization and Electrochemical Response of Sonogel Carbon Electrode Modified with Nanostructured TiO2 and ZrO2 Film to Detect Common Neurotransmitters M. Hughes, N. Vincent, and S. K. Lunsford (Wright State University)
o   3878   A Novel Approach of Pb(II) Determination in Environmental Samples by Lead Selective Electrodes G. Lisak and J. Bobacka (Åbo Akademi University)
o   3879   Functionalization of Pyrolyzed Carbon Structures for Bio-nano-electronics Platforms M. Hirabayashi, B. Mehta (San Diego State University), S. Kassegne (MEMS Lab, San Diego State University), and A. Khosla (Simon Fraser University)
o   3880   Micromechanical Detection of 2,4-Dinitrotoluene by a Cantilever-based Artificial Olfactory System with Micro-Preconcentrator M. Chae, Y. Yoo (Korea Institute of Science and Technology), J. Lee (Kwangwoon University), S. Lee, J. Kang, T. Kim, and K. Hwang (Korea Institute of Science and Technology)
o   3881   Layer-by-Layer Catalytic Interface for Electrochemical Detection of Multiple Substrates Featuring Bio-Functionalized Carbon Nanotubes J. Kirsch and A. Simonian (Auburn University)
o   3882   Improved Electrocatalytic Performance for H2O2 Detection Based on Bimetallic PtM (M = Pd, Au or Ir) Nanoparticles Y. Zhang (Shanghai University), M. Janyasupab (Case Western Reserve University), C. Liu (National Central University), J. Xu (Shanghai University), and C. Liu (Case Western Reserve University)
o   3883   Superoxide Anion Radical Sensor using GC Electrode Modified with Heparin/PEDOT and Polymerized Iron Porphyrin R. Matsuoka, T. Kondo, and M. Yuasa (Tokyo University of Science)
o   3884   Ultra-Sensitive Label-Free Detection of Proteins by Chemically Derived Graphene Based Field-Effect Transistor D. Kim, I. Sohn, J. Jung, O. Yoon (Sungkyunkwan University), J. Park (Korea Electronics Technology Institute), and N. Lee (Sungkyunkwan University)
o   3885   New Application of Produced Pigment from Bacteria to Detect of Ammonia in Combination with Flow Injection for Ammonia Analysis Y. Iida and I. Satoh (Kanagawa Institute of Technology)
o   3886   Preparation of Fine Implantable Needle Type Biosensors for Blood Vessel Glucose Monitoring K. Edagawa and M. Yasuzawa (University of Tokushima)

Wednesday, October 10, 2012

319B, Level 3, Hawaii Convention Center

J1-5 - Gas and Liquid Phase Chemical Sensors

Co-Chairs: M. Sailor and S. Uchiyama
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
08:00   3887   CO Sensing Properties of Electrochemical Gas Sensors using an Anion-Conducting Polymer as an Electrolyte T. Goto, T. Hyodo (Nagasaki University), K. Kaneyasu (Figaro Engineering Inc.), H. Yanagi (Tokuyama Corp.), and Y. Shimizu (Nagasaki University)
08:20   3888   Investigation of ZnO-Nanowire-Based Extended-Gate Field-Effect-Transistor pH Sensors C. Li, S. Chang, T. Yang, and S. Chang (National Cheng Kung University)
08:40   3889   NO2 Sensing Properties of Porous In2O3-based Powders Preapred by Utilizing Ultrasonic-Spray Pyrolysis Employing PMMA Microsphere Templates: Effects of the Size of the PMMA Microspheres on Their Gas-Sensing Properties E. Fujii, T. Hyodo, K. Matsuo, and Y. Shimizu (Nagasaki University)
09:00   3890   Biosensors for Health Monitoring S. Anastasova and P. Vadgama (Queen Mary University of London)
09:20   3891   Redox-Active Alkali Insertion Materials as Inner Contact Layer in All-Solid-State Ion-Selective Electrodes S. Komaba, C. Suzuki, N. Yabuuchi, S. Kanazawa, T. Hasegawa, and T. Akatsuka (Tokyo University of Science)
09:40   3892   Sensing Characteristics of a Fiber Bragg Grating Hydrogen Gas Sensor using Sol-Gel Derived Pt/WO3 Film S. Okazaki (Yokohama National University), Y. Maru, and T. Mizutani (Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency)
10:00   3893   Zirconia-based Electrochemical Oxygen Sensor for Accurately Determining Water Vapor Concentration R. E. Soltis (Ford Motor Company)
10:20   3894   Fabrication of Surface Enhanced Raman Scattering (SERS)-active substrates by using Dip-Pen Nanolithography K. Chao and K. Ou (Taipei Medical University)
10:40   3895   Application of Commercial Manufacturing Methods to Mixed-Potential NOx Sensors C. R. Kreller (Los Alamos National Laboratory), P. Sekhar (Washington State University Vancouver), W. Li, P. Palanisamy (ESL ElectroScience), E. L. Brosha, R. Mukundan, and F. H. Garzon (Los Alamos National Laboratory)
11:00   3896   Research on Filter Materials for LP Gas Sensors M. Sai, K. Shinnishi, K. Kaneyasu (Figaro Engineering Inc.), T. Suzuki, and M. Takeuchi (Osaka Prefecture University)