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					SUNDAY AUG 28

NANO-DDS TUTORIALS


                     ARIFICIAL DNA TO SUPPORT NANOTECHNOLOGY

WHAT:                A tutorial to inspire new applications in nanotechnology and nanoelectronics using re-engineered DNA
WHERE:               Polytechnic Institute at New York University, Brooklyn New York
WHEN:                Sunday, August 28, 2011, 1:00 - 3:40 PM
PRECEPTORS:          Steven Benner, Foundation for Applied Molecular Evolution, Gainesville FL and Firebird Biomolecular Sciences LLC (www.ffame.org)
                     Michael Norton, of Marshall University, Huntington, WV (www.marshall.edu/mbic/atomcrafters/)

MORE INFORMATION:    This tutorial precedes and is associated with the "Nanoelectronic Devices for Defense and Security Conference" to be held Aug 29 - Sept 1, 2011 .

SUMMARY:             The ability of DNA molecules to assemble by themselves lies at the center of genetics. Further, because this self-assembly follows very simple rules
                     (A pairs with T, G pairs with C), DNA appears to be the idea lplatform upon which to engineer self-assembling nanostructures. Indeed, one foundation
                     of biology-related nanotechnology is found in the work of Ned Seeman, featured at the nanoelectronics conference, who constructed cubes and other
                     assemblies from pieces of DNA using these simple rules.

                     Following this vision, DNA today is used to form tiles that have two-dimensional assembly properties, folded structures ("origami") that begin with
                     a large circular DNA molecules, DNA constructs that signal the outside world, and assemblies that perform simple computation and logical processes,
                     among others.

                     However, as nanotechnology based on DNA has developed, it has become clear that the DNA structure itself creates constraints and limitations. The
                     structure of DNA was, after all, not created to be a platform for human engineering. Instead, it is the product of:
                     (a) constraints imposed by chemistry at the origin of life,
                     (b) adaptations to create a genetic molecule, and
                     (c) random events throughout the history of life on Earth.

                     For example, DNA suffers because one of its base pairs (AT) is weak, while the other (GC) is strong. This makes it difficult to get consistent and predictable
                     assembly of DNA "biobricks". Years of frustration from attempts to assemble useful DNA nanostructures (not "gee whiz" toys) has driven a reengineering of
                     DNA itself. The re-engineered artificial DNA is now empowering the design of nanostructures having capabilities far beyond that is possible with natural
                     DNA, and capabilities beyond those thought to be possible by those familiar with the behavior of natural DNA. It may shortly allow natural selection in the
                     laboratory to pick up where design lethal in the construction of catalysts and receptors.

                     This tutorial will be fully interactive; it will not be two hours of lectures . Instead, at the outset, the preceptors will spend a few minutes presenting the new
                     capabilities that re-engineered DNA deliver. These might include:
                     (i) Sensors based on self-assembled nanostructures
                     (ii) DNA diagnostics based on artifical genetic alphabets
                     (iii) Fluorescent signaling from nanostructures

                     The emphasis will not be on the chemistry behind re-engineered DNA, but rather on what it can do. The preceptors will then ask the audience for specific
                     tasks and applications, to find out what kinds of nanodevices participants would like to have in hand. Then, the preceptors will lead an interactive discussion
                      to explore what re-engineered DNA can for them to deliver the items on the "wish lists" of participants. Then, after a short break that permits participants
                     to discuss among themselves and to consider options, the group will re-assemble to probe more deeply the potentials and limitations of artificial DNA in
                     nanotechnology.


                     GRAPHENE ELECTRONICS


WHAT:                This tutorial is aimed at researchers and graduate students in EE, Physics, Material Science, and others who are new to the topic of graphene.
WHERE:               Polytechnic Institute at New York University, Brooklyn New York
WHEN:                Sunday, August 28, 2011, 4:00 - 6:00 PM
PRECEPTORS:          Chagaan Bataar, U.S. Office of Naval Research
                     Chagaan Baatar is a Program Officer at the Office of Naval Research in Arlington, Virginia, USA. He received his Ph.D. in condensed matter physics from
                     University of Maryland in 1995. After postdoctoral appointments at MIT and IBM T. J. Watson Research Center, he was employed at Lucent Technologies
                     Bell Laboratories as a Member of Technical Staff and worked on optical networking architecture design and optimization. Since 2003, Dr. Baatar has managed
                     ONR’s Nanometer Scale Electron Devices and Sensors program.

                     In the present tutorial, an overview of the properties and applications of Graphene is presented.
                     The tutorial will be organized more or less chronologically in terms of the major developments, surveys of some of the representative papers in the literatures,
                     with an eye toward electronics application. Other aspects such as mechanical, chemical and thermal properties will also be covered briefly.
                     A rough outline follows:

                     1) Summary of salient physical properties of graphene
                     2) Summary of leading graphene synthesis methods
                     3) More in-depth and up-to-date review of current literature on electronic properties of graphene, e.g. bandgap, mobility,
                        graphene nanoribbons and edge structures etc.
                     4) Summary of other interesting graphene programs on-going in the US and overseas
                     6) Brief overview of some major properties of graphene and other related materials
                     5) Potential applications, e.g. transparent electrodes, nanoelectronics, optoelectronics, sensors, NEMS etc.
MONDAY AUG 29     TIME                                  CODE      ID   TITLE

WELCOME/INTRO
7:50AM

KEYNOTE SESSION                                                        CHAIR: JEFF SALYARDS
8:00AM            30 min   Major General Nick Justice   KEYNOTE        TECHNOLOGY & THE WARFIGHTER
8:30AM            30 min   Jeff Salyards                KEYNOTE        FORENSIC SCIENCE: FACT, FICTION AND FUTURE NEEDS
9:00AM            30 min   Douglas Ubelaker             KEYNOTE        TECHNOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS IN FORENSIC ANTHROPOLOGY
9:30AM            30 min   Mark Griep                   KEYNOTE        BIONANO-HYBRID ELECTRONICS FOR REAL-TIME TARGET SENSING
10:00AM                    Morning Break

SESSION I-A       FORENSIC SCIENCE & NANOTECHNOLOGY I                  CHAIR: JEFF SALYARDS & JOSE ALMIRALL
10:20AM           30 min Eugene Peters          PLENARY                FORENSIC SCIENCE RESEARCH AT THE FBI LABORATORY
10:50AM           30 min Jose Almirall          PLENARY                SAMPLING AND PRECONCENTRATION OF VOLATILES FROM DRUGS AND EXPLOSIVES USING A NOVEL PLANAR SOLID PHASE MICROEXTRACTION (PSPME) GEOMETRY COUPLED TO ION MOBILITY SPECTROMETRY
11:20AM           30 min James Harper           PLENARY                RAPID HUMAN DNA ANALYSIS FOR FIELD FORENSICS: ACCELERATED NUCLEAR DNA EQUIPMENT (ANDE)
11:50AM                  Lunch

12:10PM           30 min   Gregory & David Chudnovsky KEYNOTE          CHALLENGES OF IN-CIRCUIT FUNCTIONAL TIMING TESTING OF SYSTEM-ON-A-CHIP
                           Luncheon Speakers

SESSION I-B       FORENSIC SCIENCE & NANOTECHNOLOGY II                 CHAIR: NIAMH NIC DAEID & MICHAEL NORTON
1:00PM            30 min Max Coleman            PLENARY                USE OF STABLE ISOTOPE ANALYSIS IN FORENSIC SCIENCE
1:30PM            30 min Kenneth Pye            PLENARY                RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN THE ANALYSIS OF SOIL AND DUST FOR FORENSIC INTELLIGENCE PURPOSES
2:00PM            30 min Frances Ligler         PLENARY                HYDRODYNAMIC FOCUSING FOR SENSNG AND MICRO/NANO-FABRICATION
2:30PM            30 min Walter Reisner         PLENARY                DENATURATION MAPPING OF DNA IN NANOFLUIDIC CHANNELS: A NEW APPROACH TO SINGLE-MOLECULE DNA ANALYSIS
3:00PM                   Afternoon Break

SESSION I-C       FORENSIC SCIENCE & NANOTECHNOLOGY III                CHAIR: SUE BLACK & JOHN ZAVADA
3:20PM            30 min Ioanna Kakoulli        PLENARY                MOLECULAR AND NANOSCIENCE IN PALEOFORENSICS AND MODERN CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIONS
3:50PM            30 min Narayan Khandekar      PLENARY                ANALYSIS OF MODERN AND CONTEMPORARY ART: WHAT WE KNOW AND WHAT WE WANT TO KNOW
4:20PM            30 min Marco Leona            PLENARY                RECENT ADVANCES IN THE APPLICATION OF SURFACE-ENHANCED RESONANCE RAMAN SCATTERING TO ART AND FORENSIC ANALYSIS
4:50PM            30 min Jurian Hoogewerff      PLENARY                BASELINE STUDIES FOR A PROBABILISTIC APPROACH TO GEOGRAPHICAL ORIGIN INTELLIGENCE
5:20PM                   Free Time

SESSION I-D       ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION                               CHAIR: AMAL KASRY & DWIGHT WOOLARD
8:00PM            60 min                                               LEGAL, MEDICAL & CULTURAL RAMIFICATIONS OF MOLECULAR-LEVEL SENSING

9:00PM                     Adjourn
TUESDAY AUG 30                               CODE   TIME   ID         CHAIR: HAL GRUBIN, BORIS GELMONT, JOHN ZAVADA

POSTER SESSION
6:30PM
                 Ayhan Elmali                                    26   GOOD OPTICAL LIMITING PERFORMANCE OF INDIUM AND GALLIUM PHTHALOCYANINES IN A SOLUTION AND SOLID PMMA COMPOSITE FILMS
                 Ashwini Srivastava                              36   POTENTIOMETRIC STRIPPING ANALYSIS OF METHYL PARATHION EMPLOYING CARBON NANOPARTICLES AND HALLOYSITE NANOCLAY MODIFIED CARBON PASTE ELECTRODE
                 Orest Malyk                                     41   THE LOCAL CHARGE CARRIER SCATTERING ON THE CRYSTAL LATTICE DEFECTS IN GAN
                 Sheikh Al Ahmed                                 42   SILICON NANOCRYSTALS-EMBEDDED LANTHANUM FLUORIDE LAYER: A PROMISING INSULATING MATERIAL FOR ADVANCED MIS DEVICES
                 Daniel Kaplan                                   49   AB-INITIO DENSITY-FUNCTIONAL THEORY CALCULATIONS ON THE EFFECTS OF APPLIED EXTERNAL VOLTAGE ON THE BANDGAP OF FLUORINATED GRAPHENE STRUCTURES
                 Randall Feenstra                                52   FORMATION OF EPITAXIAL GRAPHENE ON SILICON CARBIDE: COMPARISON OF SI-FACE AND C-FACE
                 Michael Lowry                                   56   SYNTHETIC CONTROL OVER THE STRUCTURE AND SYMMETRY OF CARBON NANOTUBES
                 Joel Hemanth                                    64   FABRICATION AND FRACTURE TOUGHNESS OF CRYOGENICALLY SOLIDIFIED ALUMINUM-ALLOY (LM-27) REINFORCED WITH NANO-ZRO2 METAL MAREIX COMPOSITE (CNMMCS)
                 Julia Gusakova                                  69   QUANTUM CHEMICAL ANALYSIS OF THE EFFECT OF SILICON NANOCLUSTERS ON POINT MUTATIONS OF DNA
                 Aruna Ramanayaka                                74   METHOD FOR MEASURING THE ELECTRON TEMPERATURE IN MICROWAVE PHOTO-EXCITED TWO DIMENSIONAL ELECTRON SYSTEMS
                 Ramesh Mani                                     77   MICROWAVE REFLECTION FROM THE MICROWAVE PHOTO-EXCITED TWO-DIMENSIONAL ELECTRON SYSTEM
                 Aleksander Sesek                                86   UNCOOLED NANOMETRIC SCALE BOLOMETER SYSTEM FOR THZ SENSOR ARRAY
                 Brahim Akdim                                    92   EFFECTS OF PEPTIDE ADSORPTION ON THE ELECTRONIC PROPERTIES OF GRAPHENE
                 Youngkyu Lee                                   102   TAILORING OPTICAL RADIAITONS USING NANOPATTERNS
                 Matthew Gilbert                                121   VORTEX LINES IN TOPOLOGICAL INSULATOR - SUPERCONDUCTOR HETEROSTRUCTURES
                 Marco Rolandi                                  128   CHITIN NANOFIBER BIOPHOTONIC STRUCTURES VIA REPLICA MOLDING
                 Marco Rolandi                                  130   INTERFACING CELLS WITH PROTONIC TRANSISTORS FOR SENSOR APPLICATIONS
                 Farkhad Akhmedzhanov                           133   ACOUSTO-OPTICAL PROPERTIES OF SILICON CRYSTALS IN VISIBLE RANGE OF SPECTRUM
                 Barbara Cloutier                               134   VALIDATION OF ELECTRICALLY MAGNETIC NANOPARTICLE CAPTURE AND CONCENTRATION OF E. COLI O157:H7 IN BROTH AND WHOLE FLUID MILK
                 Xiao-Qian Wang                                 136   DONOR-ACCEPTOR PYRENE ALKYLAMIDE DERIVATIVES AFFINITY FOR METALLIC CARBON NANOTUBES AND GRAPHENE
                 Daniel Kropman                                 145   POINT DEFECTS INTERACTION WITH IMPURITIES AT THE SI-SIO2 SYSTEM AND ITS INFLUENCE ON THE INTERFACE PROPERTIES.
                 Indranil Lahiri                                169   CNT-ON-GRAPHENE COMPOSITE STRUCTURE AS TRANSPARENT-FLEXIBLE FIELD EMISSION DEVICE
                 Weidong Zhang                                  173   A QUANTUM BOLTZMANN EQUATION FOR OPTICAL CONDUCTIVITY IN GRAPHENE
                 Peiji Zhao                                     175   SCHRÖDINGER DYNAMICS AND ENERGY SPECTRUM OF AN ASYMMETRIC DOUBLE-QUANTUM-DOT SYSTEM IN A QUANTIZING MAGNETIC FIELD
                 Robert Correll                                 178   1D STATIONARY-ELECTRODE MODEL OF TRAVELING WAVE ELECTROPHORESIS
                 Wu Lu                                          182   INSTABILITY IN CURRENT-VOLTAGE CHARACTERISTICS OF GATE-RECESSED ALGAN/GAN FIELD-EFFECT TRANSISTORS
                 Jeremy Katusak                                 187   PIEZOELECTRIC TRANSDUCTION FROM MOLECULAR MODELS
                 Jeyantt Sankaran                               194   PEO AS THE HYDROPHILIC MATERIAL FOR CIRCULAR MICROCHANNEL FABRICATION IN PDMS USING SELF-ASSEMBLED INTERACTIONS
                 Seong Seo                                      198   SERS DETECTION OF E. COLI USING THIN FILMS OF GOLD NANOPARTICLES
                 Seong Seo                                      199   DIFFERENTIATION BETWEEN NORMAL AND CANCEROUS BREAST CELLS USING ATR-FTIR
                 David Mokrauer                                 209   MULTI-DIMENSIONAL SPARSE SURROGATE MODELS FOR DETERMINING LIGHT-INDUCED EFFECTS ON MOLECULAR CONFORMATIONS
                 Chunlei Wang                                   214   DESIGN, FABRICATION AND EVALUATION OF MICRO-SUPERCAPACITORS
                 Jesus Perez                                    220   SYNTHESIS OF AIR-STABLE, UNOXIDIZED BORON NANOPARTICLES USING BALL MILLING TECHNIQUE
                 Laurenee London                                222   INVESTIGATION OF THERMAL DECOMPOSITION OF HMTD EXPLOSIVES
                 Franklin Carrero-Martinez                      223   DROSOPHILA AS AN ECONOMICAL TEST PLATFORM FOR NANOMATERIAL ASSESSMENT
                 Peng Jiang                                     227   DEVELOPMENT OF A SCALABLE BOTTOM-UP NANOFABRICATION PLATFORM FOR INTEGRATING MULTIFUNCTIONAL 3D NANOSTRUCTURES
                 Kellie Burris                                  231   RAPID DETECTION AND MONITORING OF BACTERIAL PATHOGENS AND TRANSGENES USING MOLECULAR BEACON TECHNOLOGY
                 Anne Costolanski                               238   PARALLEL IMPLEMENTATION OF THE WIGNER-POISSON FORMULATION FOR MODELING RESONANT TUNNELING DIODES
                 Xiaoyang Huang                                 243   DNA PHOTONIC CRYSTAL FOR BIOCHEMICAL SENSING IN THE TERAHERTZ REGION
                 Tianying Chang                                 244   PATH LOSS CONSIDERATION OF A FAST BEAM SCANNING 2.2 THZ SPECTRAL IMAGING RADAR
                 Laurenee London                                245   PREPARATION OF ORGANIC MOLECULES WITH PLANAR GEOMETRY FOR THE MODIFICATION OF CARBON NANOTUBES
8:30PM           End Poster Session
WEDNESDAY AUG 31                                                        CODE     TIME     ID         TITLE

8:00AM                       Alexandre Carella                         PLENARY   25 min         34 CHEMICALLY FUNCTIONALIZED NANOMATERIALS BASED GAS SENSORS FOR THE DETECTION OF NERVE AGENTS

Session III-B1   SPECTRAL-DETECTION BASED TECHNIQUES                                                 CHAIR: GREG RECINE
8:40AM                      Elliott Brown & Michael Norton             INVITED   25 min        236   EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN OF SINGLE-CRYSTAL DNA FOR THZ SPECTROSCOPY
9:05AM                      Kimberly Taylor                                      20 min        137   MICROWAVE AND UV-VIS FORENSIC PROBING OF SKELETAL TISSUE: MYOGLOBIN AS A MARKER
9:25AM                      Tatiana Globus                                       20 min        122   SUB-TERAHERTZ SPECTROSCOPY OF BIO-MATERIALS WITH HIGH SPECTRAL AND SPATIAL RESOLUTION
9:45AM                      Claudio Parolo                             INVITED   25 min        242   NANOMATERIALS FOR FAST DETECTION OF DNA, PROTEIN AND CELLS
10:10AM                     Morning Break

SESSION IV-C2    LOW-POWER SYSTEMS                                                                   CHAIR: DEMING CHEN
8:40AM                     Mircea Stan                                           25 min        144   MILLIVOLT NANOSCALE DEVICES AND CIRCUITS USING METAL-INSULATOR TRANSITION (MIT) MATERIALS
9:05AM                     Faquir Jain                                           20 min         94   MULTI-STATE QUANTUM DOT CHANNEL (QDC) FIELD EFFECT TRANSISTORS (FETS): A NEW PARADIGM IN CIRCUIT DESIGN
9:25AM                     Eric Pop                                              20 min        179   ENERGY DISSIPATION AND CONVERSION IN NANOSCALE DEVICES
9:45AM                     Sayeef Salahuddin                           INVITED   25 min        139   POSSIBILITY OF PIEZOELECTRIC-FERROMAGNET BILAYER BASED MICROWAVE RESONATORS AND OSCILLATORS
10:10AM                    Morning Break

SESSION IV-A1    ENGINEERED NANOPARTICLES-PROPERTIES                                                 CHAIR: AVINASH PANDEY & MARIO ANCONA
8:40AM                      Wiqar Shah                                 INVITED   25 min        143   ENHANCEMENT OF MAGNETIC AND TRANSPORT PROPERTIES IN DOPED RARE-EARTH MANGANITES AT THE NANO-SCALE
9:05AM                      Vyom Parashar                                        20 min         57   SIMPLE AND QUICK SYNTHESIS OF BRIGHTLY FLUORESCENT GRAPHENE AND SOME NOVEL PERSPECTIVES
9:25AM                      Indranil Lahiri                                      20 min        170   PERFORMANCE OPTIMIZATION OF CARBON NANOTUBE-BASED FIELD EMISSION DEVICES THROUGH INTERFACE ENGINEERING
9:45AM                      Mark Griep                                           20 min        153   EFFECTS OF PH ON THE FUNDAMENTAL INTERACTION BETWEEN SINGLE-STRAND DEOXYRIBONUCLEIC ACID OLIGOMERS AND GOLD NANO PARTICLES
10:05AM                     Morning Break

SESSION IV-S1    GRAPHENE GROWTH & FUNCTIONALIZATION                                                 CHAIR: ELIAS TOWE
8:40AM                     Amal Kasry                                  INVITED   25 min        224   EMPLOYING GRAPHENE MONO-AND MULTILAYERS IN NANOELECTRONIC BIOSENSORS
9:05AM                     Nathaniel Safron                                      20 min         90   BOTTOM-UP GROWTH OF MICRO- AND NANOPATTERNED GRAPHENE
9:25AM                     Siarhei Samsonau                                      20 min         59   GRAPHENE FILMS GROWN ON INSULATING SUBSTRATES
9:45AM                     Michael Stroscio                                      20 min         47   APTAMER-BASED SMALL-ANALYTE DETECTOR ON A GRAPHITE ELECTRODEAPTAMER-BASED SMALL-ANALYTE DETECTOR ON A GRAPHITE ELECTRODE
10:05AM                    Morning Break




SESSION III-B1   ELECTRO/OPTICAL-INTERACTION BASED TECHNIQUES                                        CHAIR: ALEXANDER SINITSKII
10:25AM                     Lan Yang                                   INVITED   25 min        205   ON-CHIP OPTICAL RESONATORS FOR SINGLE NANOPARTICLE DETECTION AND MEASUREMENT
10:50AM                     Michael Norton                                       20 min         55   DNA BASED NANOSTRUCTURES AS COMPONENTS OF A SANDWICH ASSAY FOR RICIN
11:10AM                     Marco Rolandi                                        20 min        114   A BIOCOMPATIBLE PROTONIC (H+) TRANSISTOR AS A NOVEL TOXIN SENSING PLATFORM
11:30AM                     Jian Xu                                              20 min        166   NANOLASER ENABLED COHERENT BARCODING TECHNOLOGY
11:50AM                     Richard Claus                                        20 min        207   SELF-ASSEMBLED METAL NANOCLUSTER AND CARBON NANOTUBE MATERIALS WITH INCREASED CONDUCTIVITY
12:10PM                     Lunch Break

SESSION IV-C2    NEW SYSTEM FUNCTIONALITY                                                            CHAIR: ERIC POP
10:25AM                    Deming Chen                                 INVITED   25 min        142   3D FPGAS WITH NANOTECHNOLOGY
10:50AM                    Idongesit Ebong                                       20 min         70   ADAPTIVE READING, WRITING, AND ERASING IN A MEMRISTOR CROSSBAR MEMORY
11:10AM                    Drago Strle                                           20 min         30   DETECTING VAPOR TRACES OF EXPLOSIVES USING SELF ASSEMBLED MONO LAYER ON SURFACE-MODIFIED MEMS CAPACITOR AND CMOS ELECTRONICS
11:30AM                    Emanuel Tutuc                                         20 min        191   GRAPHENE BILAYERS: FABRICATION, ELECTRON TRANSPORT, AND POTENTIAL APPLICATIONS
11:50AM                    Mingoo Seok                                           20 min        206   THE NEXT CLASS OF COMPUTERS: MILLIMETER-SCALE
12:10PM                    Lunch Break

SESSION III-A2   NANO-ELECTRONICS & NANO-OPTICS II                                                   CHAIR: WILLIAM CLARK & ELLIOTT BROWN
10:25AM                    Josep Jornet                                INVITED   25 min        172   GRAPHENE-BASED NANO-ANTENNAS FOR ELECTROMAGNETIC COMMUNICATION AMONG NANO-DEVICES
10:50AM                    Pehr Pehrsson                                         20 min        158   FABRICATION OF VERTICALLY ALIGNED NANOWIRE ARRAYS WITH POROUS TOP ELECTRODES USING NANOSPHERE LITHOGRAPHY
11:10AM                    Mustafa Karabiyik                                     20 min        119   SUBWAVELENGTH MULTIMODE PLASMONIC TERAHERTZ LENSES
11:30AM                    Tillmann Kubis                                        20 min        148   CONCEPTUAL DESIGN IMPROVEMENTS FOR TERAHERTZ QUANTUM CASCADE LASERS NEEDED FOR MOLECULE DETECTION
11:50AM                    Alexander Popov                                       20 min         37   CONCEPT OF NONLINEAR-OPTICAL SENSOR FOR REMOTE MONITORING
12:10PM                    Lunch Break

SESSION III-C1   TRANSDUCTION-BASED BIO-SENSING DEVICES                                              CHAIR: MICHAEL STROSCIO & JORGE SEMINARIO
10:25AM                     Manel del Valle                            INVITED   25 min         25   IMPEDIMETRIC GENOSENSORS AND APTASENSORS BASED ON NANOMATERIALS
10:50AM                     Nikolai Lebedev                                      20 min        149   CONSTRUCTION OF HIGHLY CONDUCTIVE MOLECULAR WIRES FOR ELECTRONIC, SENSING, AND ENERGY CONVERTING DEVICES
11:10AM                     Harold Grubin                                        20 min         87   FABRICATION OF III-N RESONANT TUNNELING DEVICE STRUCTURES WITH DILUTE MAGNETIC BARRIER LAYERS
11:30AM                     Christopher Anton                                    20 min         95   RAPID DETECTION OF AIRBORNE BIOLOGICAL PATHOGENS USING QUANTUM DOT FRET-BASED TECHNOLOGY
11:50AM                     Amin Salehi-Khojin                         INVITED   25 min        204   FAST CARBON NANOTUBE SENSORS FOR GAS CHROMATOGRAPHY APPLICATIONS
12:15PM                     Lunch Break

12:15PM                      Jadranka Travas-Sejdic                    KEYNOTE   30 min        146 LABEL-FREE DNA SENSORS BASED ON INTRINSICALLY CONDUCTING POLYMERS
                             Luncheon Speaker

1:10PM                       Sessions End

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THURSDAY 9-1                                                         CODE      TIME    ID       TITLE
8:00AM                       Andrew Briggs                          PLENARY   30 min        195 CARBON-BASED NANOELECTRONIC DEVICES

Session III-C2   QUANTUM-DRIVEN SENSING                                                           CHAIR: DAVID JANES
8:40AM                     Peiji Zhao                                         25 min        176   THE ROLE OF CODON INTERACTIONS IN DEFINING THE OPTICAL SPECTRA DERIVED FROM SSDNA
9:05AM                     Xuejin Wen                                         20 min        181   SCALING LAW OF SILICON NANOWIRE BIOSENSORS
9:25AM                     Ramesh Mani                                        20 min        109   PHOTOEXCITED TRANSPORT IN EPITAXIAL GRAPHENE
9:45AM                     Nikolai Lebedev                                    20 min        150   INTERMOLECULAR CONDUCTANCE AND CHARGE TRAPPING IN PARAQUAT-TETRAPHENYLBORATE INVERSE PHOTOCHEMICAL CELL
10:05AM                    Greg Recine                                        20 min        171   FUNCTIONALIZED COMPOUND ORGANIC MOLECULAR SWITCH DESIGN FOR NOVEL BIO-SENSING APPLICATION
10:25AM                    Morning Break

SESSION IV-C1    NANO-ARCHITECTURES FOR BIO-SENSING                                               CHAIR: DAVID RICKETTS & SAMEER SINGHAL
8:40AM                      Anne Andrews                            INVITED   25 min        235   BRAIN BIOSENSING: FROM MICRO TO NANO
9:05AM                      Mitchell Lerner                                   20 min         38   ATTACHMENT OF AN ENGINEERED ANTIBODY TO A CARBON NANOTUBE TRANSISTOR FOR DETECTION OF PROSTATE CANCER BIOMARKERS
9:25AM                      Padma Gopalan                                     20 min         61   OPTICAL AND ELECTRO-OPTICAL MODULATION OF BIOMIMETICALLY-FUNCTIONALIZED NANOTUBESCARBON NANOTUBES
9:45AM                      Mark Griep                                        20 min        156   AMINO ACID INTERACTIONS WITH VARYING GEOMETRY GOLD NANOPARTICLES
10:05AM                     Michael McAlpine                        INVITED   25 min         46   BIONANOTECHNOLOGY-ENABLED MULTIFUNCTIONAL SENSING
10:30AM                     Morning Break

SESSION IV-A1    ENGINEERED NANOPARTICLES FOR BIO-SENSING DEVICES                                 CHAIR: RAVI PANDEY & JOHN ZAVADA
8:40AM                      V. K. Rao                               INVITED   25 min        159   ELECTROCHEMICAL DETECTION OF BRUCELLA ABORTUS CE-PROTEIN ANTIGEN AMPEROMETRICALLY BY USING NANO POROUS ZNO-NANOSHEET/CHITOSAN COMPOSITE SCREEN PRINTED ELECTRODES
9:05AM                      Han Song                                          20 min         84   CHARACTERIZATION OF MAGNETIC NANOPARTICLES FOR BIO-SENSING APPLICATIONS
9:25AM                      Ashwini Srivastava                                20 min         36   POTENTIOMETRIC STRIPPING ANALYSIS OF METHYL PARATHION EMPLOYING CARBON NANOPARTICLES AND HALLOYSITE NANOCLAY MODIFIED CARBON PASTE ELECTRODE
9:45AM                      Alessandra Luchini                                20 min        108   MULTIFUNCTIONAL CORE-SHELL NANOPARTICLES ALLOW FOR DISCOVERY OF PREVIOUSLY INVISIBLE PROTEIN BIOMARKERS
10:05AM                     Radhakrishnan Balu                                20 min        201   QUANTUM CHEMICAL STUDY OF THE FUNDAMENTAL INTERACTIONS BETWEEN DEOXYRIBONUCLEIC ACID (DNA) OLIGOMERS AND AU NANO PARTICLES
10:25AM                     Morning Break

SESSION IV-S1    GRAPHENE ANALYSIS & CHARACTERIZATION                                             CHAIR: JEREMY ROBINSON
8:40AM                      Brian LeRoy                             INVITED   25 min         79   SCANNING TUNNELING SPECTROSCOPY OF GRAPHENE ON SILICON OXIDE AND BORON NITRIDE
9:05AM                      Peter Burke                                       20 min        103   SHEET RESISTANCE OF MULTI-LAYER GRAPHENE IN RADIO FREQUENCY
9:25AM                      Tino Hofmann                                      20 min        105   OPTICAL PROPERTIES OF GRAPHENE ON SIC POLYMORPHS DETERMINED BY SPECTROSCOPIC ELLIPSOMETRY
9:45AM                      Nishant Sule                                      20 min         89   FREQUENCY-DEPENDENT ELECTRON TRANSPORT IN GRAPHENE
10:05AM                     Randall Feenstra                        INVITED   25 min         52   FORMATION OF EPITAXIAL GRAPHENE ON SILICON CARBIDE: COMPARISON OF SI-FACE AND C-FACE
10:30AM                     Morning Break




SESSION III-B1   NANOMECHANICAL BASED TECHNIQUES                                                  CHAIR: USHA VARSHNEY
10:45AM                    Sarah Muhlberger                         INVITED   25 min        53    OPTIMIZED DEPOSITION OF COLUMNAR THIN FILMS FOR VISUALIZATION OF LATENT FINGERPRINTS
11:10AM                    Ming Su                                            20 min        68    MULTIPLEXED RECONFIGURABLE BIOMARKER DETECTION IN THERMAL SPACE USING SOLID-LIQUID PHASE CHANGE NANOPARTICLES
11:30AM                    Vandana Tewari                                     20 min        65    APPLICABILITY OF NANOMECHANICAL IMPRINTS IN ORAL CANCER DETECTION: DIFFERENTIATION FROM NORMAL TISSUES
11:50AM                    Alexei Bykhovski                                   20 min        72    HYBRID FIRST-PRINCIPLE/MOLECULAR MECHANICAL STUDY OF BIOTIN - STREPTAVIDIN COMPLEX
12:10PM                    Avinash Pandey                           INVITED   25 min        63    NANOMAGNETS BASED SIMULTANEOUS DETECTION AND ISOLATION OF CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL WARFARE AGENTS
12:35PM                    End of Conference

SESSION III-A2   BIO-NANO SENSORS                                                                 CHAIR: LAN YAN & PETER BURKE
10:45AM                      Alexandr Noy                           INVITED   25 min        240   BIO-NANOELECTRONICS WITH NANOWIRES AND NANOTUBES
11:10AM                      Elliott Brown                                    20 min        157   STRONG THZ SIGNATURES FROM NUCLEIC-ACID BIOMOLECULES IN NANOCHANNELS UNDER ELECTROPHORETIC CONTROL
11:30AM                      Richard Claus                                    20 min         39   NANOSTRUCTURED THIN FILM TRANSISTOR CIRCUIT AND SENSOR SKIN APPLIQUES
11:50AM                      Anderson Chen                                    20 min        141   A PIXEL-FREE IMAGING SENSOR USING STIMULI-RESPONSIVE THERMOCHROMIC POLYMERS
12:10PM                      Andrei Kolmakov                                  20 min        107   TRANSITION EDGE SENSOR BASED ON METAL-INSULATOR TRANSITION IN VO2 NANOWIRE
12:30PM                      End of Conference

SESSION IV-A1    ENGINEERED NANOPARTICLES FOR GAS SENSING DEVICES                                 CHAIR: JOSEPH SLOCIK & SHASHI KARNA
10:45AM                     Mario Ancona                                      25 min        112   NANOCLUSTER DESIGN FOR HIGH SENSITIVITY/SELECTIVITY CHEMORESISTIVE SENSING
11:10AM                     Benoit Tard                                       20 min        202   FUNCTIONALISED NANODIAMOND LAYERS AS HIGH AFFINITY TUNEABLE SENSITIVE COATINGS FOR ULTRATRACE GAS DETECTION
11:30AM                     Kun Yao                                           20 min         43   TOWARDS ONE KEY TO ONE LOCK: HIGHLY SENSITIVE AND SELECTIVE GAS SENSOR BASED ON SURFACE MODIFIED INDIUM OXIDE NANOPARTICLE FILM
11:50AM                     Jerry Houser                                      20 min         76   PREDICTING PROPERTIES OF NANOCOMPOSITES FOR ENHANCING SECURITY SENSORY DEVICES
12:10PM                     Anatoliy Pinchuk                                  20 min         96   PLASMONIC BIOCHEMICAL SENSOR BASED ON ANISOTROPIC EXTINCTION OF LIGHT BY ARRAYS OF GOLD NANOCYLINDERS
12:30PM                     End of Conference

SESSION IV-S1    GRAPHINE DEVICE FABRICATION & OPTIMIZATION                                       CHAIR: ERIC POP
10:45AM                     Alexander Sinitskii                               25 min        185   PATTERNING SEMICONDUCTIVE GRAPHENE NANOSTRUCTURES THROUGH THE SELF-ASSEMBLED TEMPLATES
11:10AM                     Myungwoong Kim                                    20 min         62   FABRICATION OF SEMICONDUCTING NANOPERFORATED GRAPHENE USING BLOCK COPOLYMER LITHOGRAPHY
11:30AM                     Samarth Trivedi                                   20 min        111   PHOTO-INDUCED EFFECTS IN GRAPHENE CHANNELS INTERFACED WITH QUANTUM DOTS IN FIELD EFFECT TRANSISTORS
11:50AM                     Yo-Rhin Rhim                                      20 min        180   NANOWIRE-GRAPHENE ELECTRODE HYBRID DEVICES
12:10PM                     Jean-Pierre Leburton                              20 min         60   MODELING GRAPHENE NANOELECTRONICS: AN HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE
12:30PM                     End of Conference

				
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