SPRING II November 11-12, 2004 Table of Contents Poster # Title Lead Author 1 Biocompatibility Studies of Human Epithelial- Shook-Fong Chen of The like Cells Exposed to Single-Walled Carbon University of Texas at Dallas Nanotubes 2 Enhanced Mechanical Properties in PVA/SWNT William M. Sampson of The Composite Fibers University of Texas at Dallas 3 Characterization of PPV Derivatives Based on the William M. Sampson of The Electron Donor/Acceptor Character of the Phenyl University of Texas at Dallas Ring Side Chains 4 Fluorescence-Voltage Single Molecule Andre J. Gesquiere from The University of Texas at Austin Spectroscopy 5 Shape Manipulation of II-VI Semiconductor Aaron E. Saunders of The Nanocrystals and Heterostructures by Controlled University of Texas at Austin Reactant Injection 6 Laser Nanomanufacturing & Nano-Bio- Y. Lu of The University of Mechanical Systems Texas at Austin 7 Nanostructured Tungstosilicate Materials and F. Feng of The University of Polymer Composite Membranes for High Texas at Dallas Temperature PEM Fuel Cells 8 Conjugated Organic Polymers, Effect of Lynn Rozanski of The Morphology and Defects on the Emission of Di- University of Texas at Austin alkyl Polyfluorenes 9 Investigation of Thioflavin T Dye Orientation in Catherine Kitts of The Amyloid Fibrils via Near-field Scanning Optical University of Texas at Austin Microscopy 10 Dispersion Enhanced Silicon Photonic Crystal Yongqiang Jiang of The Waveguide and its Applications in Optical True University of Texas at Austin Time Delay for Phased Array Antenna 11 An Upper Bound for the Fluorescence Lifetime of D.S. Stoker of The Nanostructured Silver Thin Films University of Texas at Austin 12 ZnS/CdSe Core-Shell Nanoparticle Studies Ignacio F. Gallardo of The University of Texas at Austin 13 Spinning Solid and Hollow Polymer-Free Carbon Mikhail Kozlov of The Nanotube Fibers University of Texas at Dallas 14 Carbon Nanotube Gas Sensors and Actuators Mikhail Kozlov of The University of Texas at Dallas 15 Micro IR Study of Peptide-Nanotube Membranes Tiffany Lin of The University of Texas at Dallas 16 Methods to Improve the Solubilization Capability Hui Xie of The University of of Peptides for Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes Texas at Dallas Poster # Title Lead Author 17 Electron Transport Through Single Phenylene- Saiful I. Khondaker of The Ethynylene Molecular Junction at Low University of Texas at Austin Temperature 18 Acid-Spun Macroscropic Double Wall Carbon Ryan C. Capps of The Nanotube Fibers for Actuators and University of Texas at Dallas Supercapacitors 19 Strain Relaxation by Directionally Aligned D.X. Huang of the Precipitate Nanoparticles in the Growth of University of Houston Single-Crystalline Gd-Dopied Ceria Thin films 20 Titanium Metal Quantum-Dot Composite J.P. Zhao of the University Induced by Subplantation of Houston 21 A Flexible Woven Organic Light-Emitting Diode C. Williams of The Display University of Texas at Dallas 22 Cyclic Polyacetlyenes: A New Route for the Lana AlAgha of The Synthesis of Carbon Nanotubes of One Type University of Texas at Dallas 23 Photoinduced Multi-Electron Processes in N.R. de Tacconi of The Nanoscopic Ruthenium Photocatalysts University of Texas at Arlington 24 Electrospun Fibers as Scaffolds for Cell Growth Nadia Khanam of The University of Texas at Dallas 25 Novel Acid-Doped Meta-Polyaniline Composite Ann Chacko of The Membranes for High Temperature PEM Fuel University of Texas at Dallas Cells 26 Nanostructured Virus Crystals for Photonic T. Prasad of Rice University Applications 27 Time-Resolved Spectroscopy of Single Excitons A. Miller of The University Bound to Te Isoelectronic Pairs in ZnSe of Texas at Austin 28 Synthesis and Characterization of BAM/EO3- M. Zhou of The University PPV Copolymers of Texas at Dallas 29 Synthesis of Novel Conjugated Block D. Zepeda of The University Copolymers for Solar Energy Harvesting of Texas at Dallas 30 Inorganic/Organic Hybrid Electrolyte Membranes Z. Yang of The University of Texas at Dallas 31 Solid-State Carbon Nanotube Fiber V.H. Ebron of The Supercapacitor Devices University of Texas at Dallas 32 Carbon Nanotubes Based Thermal Energy Ren Chong Hu of The Harvesting University of Texas at Dallas 33 NanoPhotonics: Materials for Nanophotonic Oki Tsunoda of The Light-wave Circuits: Low-Loss Athermal AWG University of Texas at Design : Design of Athermal Folder Arrayed Arlington Waveguide Grating with External Mirror 34 NanoPhontonics: Materials for Nanophotonic Oki Tsunoda of The Light-wave Circuits: Highly Electro-optic Silica University of Texas at Glasses Arlington Poster # Title Lead Author 35 NanoPhontonics: Fabrication of Nanophotonic Nikolai Stelmakh of The Light-wave Circuits: Formation of adiadatic University of Texas at Planar Mode Re-Shapers (PMRS) for High- Arlington Power Broad-area Laser Diodes by Shallow (150A) Etch Technique 36 Unusual Frequency- and Field-Dependent S. Tsui of the University of Dielectric Constant of Electrorheological Fluid Houston with Nano-Particles 37 Advanced Biomagnetic Sensing Technologies for A. Brazdeikis of the Detection of Nanoparticles at the Sites of University of Houston Inflammation 38 Tailoring of Electrochromic Devices Using Di- J. T. Pon of The University block Copolymers of PPV Derivatives of Texas at Dallas 39 Gas Permeability Properties of Matrimid Yanfeng Zhang of The Membranes Containing the Periodic Mesoporous University of Texas at Dallas Organosilica: Mesoporous Benzene Silica 40 TiO2 Nanofibers and Core Shell Structures Chunrong Xiong of The Prepared Using Mesoporous Molecular Sieve as University of Texas at Dallas Template 41 Gold Nanorod Nucleation from Colloid Seeds Hongwei Liao of Rice University 42 Bismuth Seeded Growth of III-V Semiconducting D.D. Fanfair of The Nanowires Via a Solution-Liquid-Solid (SLS) University of Texas at Austin Growth Mechanism 43 CMOS Readout Circuit for Semiconducting Murali Chitteboyina of The YBaCuO Microbolometers University of Texas at Arlington 44 Profiling the Thermoelectric Power and A.A. Khajetoorians of The Characterizing Nano-Schottky Diodes of University of Texas at Austin Semiconductor Devices with Nanometer Resolutions 45 SixGE1-x and SixGe1-x Oy Thin Films As Sensing Mukti M. Rana of The Layers in Microbolometers University of Texas at Arlington 46 Synthesis of Innovative Functionalized PPV C.M. Burshe of The Block Copolymers for Solar Energy Harnessing University of Texas at Dallas Technology 47 Device level vacuum packaged infrared detectors Aamer Mahmood of The on polyimide substrates University of Texas at Arlington 48 Fabrication of Microsphere Optical Resonators J. Robertson of The University of Texas at Austin 49 Size control of FePt Nanoparticles Vikas Nandwana of The University of Texas at Arlington Poster # Title Lead Author 50 Tailoring Magnetic Properties of Co x Fe3-xO 4 Narayan Poudyal of The Nanoparticles University of Texas at Arlington 51 Atomic Force Microscopy Study of the Effects of Amy L. Smith of The Peptide Length in Dispersing Single-Walled University of Texas at Dallas Carbon Nanotubes 52 Nanophotonics: Periodic Structures, Surace Elena Vasilyeva of The Resonances – Quantum Optics: Cavity QED, University of Texas at Single-Photon Sources, Quantum Computing Arlington 53 Quenching of Photoluminescence and C. Williams of The Electroluminescence in OLEDs by Exciton- University of Texas at Dallas Charge and Exciton-Dopant Interactions 54 Poled Pyrylium Doped Nonlinear Organic Thin Kevin Le of The University Film of Texas at Arlington 55 Integrated Pressure and Infrared Sensors on S. Das of The University of Flexible Substrates for Smart Skin Applications Texas at Arlington 56 Surface Micromachined Infrared Microsensors A. Dave of The University of with Device-Level Encapsulation Texas at Arlington 57 Supramolecular Ordering of Nanoscopic Kelly Wouters of The Complexes Constructed From Chiral Ruthernium University of Texas at Polypyridyl Building Blocks Arlington 58 Ultrasensitive Biosensors Based on Surface G.R. Kinsel of The Modification of Micro/Nano-Fluidic Devices University of Texas at Arlington 59 Fabrication and Magnetic Property of Co Minghu Pan of The Platelets On Si (111) Surfaces University of Texas at Austin 60 Effect of Montmorillonite Layered Silicate Siddhi Pendse of The (MLS) On Spherulitic Size Distribution In University of North Texas Polyethylene Terephthalate (PET) Nanocomposites-From Interfacial Energy Approach 61 A Magnetorheological Study of Carbon Nanotube Zhengtao Yang of The Dispersions University of North Texas 62 Maleated and Non-maleated Polyethylene Ajit Ranade of The Nanocomposites Films: Creep, Dispersion, and University of North Texas Crystallinty 63 WLF, Fragility, KWW Analysis of Meosporous Decio Coutinho of The Silica Modified Epoxies University of Texas at Dallas 64 Reductive Functionalization to Debundled Single Jayanta Chattopadhyay of Wall Carbon Nanotubes Rice University 65 The Impact of Microwave Radiation on the R. Benitez of The University Microstructure and Integrity of a Nano-reinforced of Texas-Pan American Polymer 66 Hypoxia-Selective DNA Damage by a Nanoscale Thamara Janaratne of The ruthenium Dimer, [Ru2(phen)4(tatpp)]Cl4 University of Texas at Arlington Poster # Title Lead Author 67 Methane Facilitated Transport Using Mixed- Carlos Barcena of The Matrix Membranes Containing Metal-Organic University of Texas at Dallas Frameworks 68 Mesoporous Carbon Molecular Sieves from Decio Coutinho of The Mesoporous Benzene Silica as Catalyst Support University of Texas at Dallas for Fuel Cells 69 Transfer of Patterned Arrays of Oriented Carbon Rashmi Nanjundaswamy of Nanotubes by Electron-Emission Assisted The University of Texas at Sublimation Dallas 70 Polaritonic Approach to Negative Refraction at V.M. Agranovich of The Optical Frequencies: Focusing by Additional University of Texas at Dallas Waves 71 Perparation of Metal Organic Frameworks and Thomas Pisklak of The Films University of Texas at Dallas 72 Nano-Photocatalysts For Possible Hydrogen Rungano Chitakunye of The Evolution University of Texas at Arlington 73 Sputter Depth Profiling of the Ge Writing Layer J. Zhu of The University of on Si (001) Using Time-of-Flight Positron Texas at Arlington Annihilation Induced Auger Electron Spectroscopy 74 Study of Positron Trapping at Quantum-Dot like Manori Nadesalingam of The Cu Nano Particles on the Surface of Fe Using University of Texas at Positron-Annhilation Induced Auger Electron Arlington Spectroscopy 75 STM Imaging of Halogenated Single-Walled Zhongsheng Deng of The Carbon Nanotubes University of Texas at Dallas 76 STM Imaging of Photochromic Spiropyran with Zhongsheng Deng of The Halogen Groups University of Texas at Dallas 77 Optimization of Amphiphilic Peptides for Vasiliki Zorbas of The Interactions with Single-Walled Carbon University of Texas at Dallas Nanotubes 78 Synthesis of Conducting Polymer Nanofibers by X. Zhang of The University “Nanofiber Seeding” of Texas at Dallas 79 Poly(3, 4-ethylenedioxythiophene0 Nanotubes: A X. Zhang of The University Reverse Microemulsion Approach of Texas at Dallas 80 Line-Patterned Magnetic Coating X. Zhang of The University of Texas at Dallas 81 Poly-N-Methylaniline: Morphology and X. Wang of The University Applications of Texas at Dallas 82 Transparent Carbon Nanotube Coatings on Hard X. Wang of The University Surfaces of Texas at Dallas 83 Novel High Dielectric Constant Nanocomposite M.N. Nadagouda of The of Polyaniline Dispersed with γ-Fe2O3 University of Texas at Dallas Nanoparticles Poster # Title Lead Author 84 Detection Characteristics of Flexible Vapor K. Cattanach of The Sensors Using Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes University of Texas at Dallas for the Nerve Agent Stimulants Dimethylmethyl Phosphonate and Diisoprpylmethylphosphonate 85 Flexible Vapour Sensors Using Single-Walled K. Parikh of The University Carbon Nanotubes of Texas at Dallas 86 Polyaniline: Reaction Profiling Using Laser Light H. Kolla of The University Scattering of Texas at Dallas 87 Absolute Molecular Weight of Polyaniline H. Kolla of The University of Texas at Dallas 88 Facile Preparation of Nanostructured polypyrrole A. Wu of The University of and Self-Supported Polypyrrole Nanofiber Film Texas at Dallas 89 Molecular Therapeutics: Synthesis of A. Wu of The University of Poly(butylcyanoacrylate) Nanoparticles for Drug Texas at Dallas Delivery 90 Thermal Conductivity of Inverse Opal Photonic Ali Aliev of The University Crystals of Texas at Dallas 91 Opal Based Infrared photonic Crystals of Ali Aliev of The University Chalcogenide Glass of Texas at Dallas 92 Tunable Field Electron Emission from Charge Rashmi Nanjundaswamy of Injected Single-Walled Carbon Nanotube Paper The University of Texas at Dallas 93 Barrier Challenges in Future Microeletronics D.M. Meng of The University of Texas at Arlington 94 Study of Auger Cascade processes in Metals- A R. Sundaramoorthy of The Possible Method for Generating Whole States University of Texas at with High Multiplicity in Nanoparticles Arlington 95 Optimization of Postproduction Heat Treatment Kanzan Inoue of The for Plastic Solar Cells University of Texas at Dallas 96 Photoconductivity of Hybrid Organic/Inorganic Xiaomei Jiang of The Quantum Dot Composite University of Texas at Dallas 97 Multilayer Polymeric Encapsulation of Flexible Pallavi Madakasira of The Organic Photovoltaic Devices University of Texas at Dallas 98 Synthesis of Nanostructured Conducting Polymer Rahy Abdelaziz of The by Emulsion Polymeritation University of Texas at Dallas 99 ρ-Arylacetylene Belts: Creating sp and sp2 Daniel Seyer of The Carbon Containing Nanotubular Structures University of Texas at Dallas 100 Preparation, Characterization, and Processing of Joselito Razal of The Carbon Nanotube Shaped Assemblies from Spun University of Texas at Dallas Gel Fiber Composites The organizers of the SPRING II conference would like to thank the Nanotechnology Foundation of Texas for its generous gift of the poster prize money.
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