Invited Sessions

INVITED SESSION 1: Bioinspired/Nano/Micro Technologies for Biomedical and Industrial Applications

Time: 13:30-17:00, 14 Apr 2014 (Mon)
Session Chair: Tak Sing Wong, Pennsylvania State University, USA

1. [Paper ID: 422] “Bioinspired Smart Material Systems: From Warm-blooded Plastics to Biomolecule Catch and Release”
    Ximin He, Arizona State University, USA

2. [Paper ID: 420] “Nano/Micro-Particle Polymer Composite MEMS Corrosion Sensor: Polymer Swelling and Oxide Removal”
    Adam Huang, University of Arkansas

3. [Paper ID: 418] “Bio-inspired photonic materials: Exploiting nature’s optical solutions for the development of novel sensing technology”
    Mathias Kolle, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA

4. [Paper ID: 419] “Smartphone-based biosensors for point-of-care disease diagnosis”
    Peter Lillehoj, Michigan State University

5. [Paper ID: 416] “A nanoengineered systems approach for probing collective cell migration”
    Pak Kin Wong, University of Arizona, USA

6. [Paper ID: 421] “DNA Identification by Matching Topographic Label Patterns to Transcript Database”
    Miu Ling Lam, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

7. [Paper ID: 424] “Robust Self-Repairable Omniphobic Slippery Coatings on Industrial Metals”
    Tak Sing Wong, Pennsylvania State University, USA

8. [Paper ID: 362] “Optimization of Valveless Micropump for Drug Delivery”
    Kean C. Aw, University of Auckland, New Zealand


INVITED SESSION 2: FUNCTIONAL MATERIALS AND DEVICES FOR MOLECULAR BASED ELECTRONICS

Time: 13:30-17:00, 14 Apr 2014 (Mon)
Session Chair: V. A. L. Roy, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

1. [Paper ID: 406] “Molecular Electronic Devices Using Carbon Nanomaterials-based Electrodes”
   Xuefeng Guo, Peking University, China

2. [Paper ID: 407] “Self-Assembly of 3D Nanostructures for Breath Analysis and Chemoresistive Gas Sensing”
   Antonio Tricoli, Australian National University, Australia

3. [Paper ID: 408] “Organic Field-Effect Transistor Nonvolatile Memories: Elucidation of Charge Trapping Mechanism”
   Sui-Dong Wang, Soochow University, China

4. [Paper ID: 409] “Surface Nanostructures of Diamond and Cubic Boron Nitride Films and Their Application”
   Wenjun Zhang, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

5. [Paper ID: 432] Hierarchical superhydrophobic surfaces for multifunctional applications
 
 Zuankai Wang, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

6. [Paper ID: 433] Printed floating gate flash memories and bio-sensors”
   V. A. L. Roy, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong


INVITED SESSION 3: NANOTECHNOLOGY IN FOOD AND AGRICULTURE (I)

Time: 13:30-17:00, 14 Apr 2014 (Mon)
Session Chair: D. Jenkins, University of Hawaii, USA

1. [Paper ID: 320] “Development of cRNA-based Technologies for Biosensing Bacteria”
   I. Wower, Auburn University, USA

2. [Paper ID: 323] “Biosensor Based on Nano-Assembly for Rapid Detection of Infectious Pathogens”
   E. Alocilja, Michigan State University, USA

3. [Paper ID: 324] “A Self-Referencing Detection of Pathogens Using Surface Enhanced Raman Scattering Nanoprobes in a Nano-DEP Microfluidic Biosensor”
   C. Yu, Iowa State University, USA

4. [Paper ID: 328] “Nanoparticle Assisted Biofilm Disruption for Rapid Recovery and Detection of Bacterial Pathogens”
   D. Jenkins, University of Hawaii, USA

5. [Paper ID: 321] “Painting with Fluorescent RNA Networks: A Novel Approach for Detecting Bacteria”
   I. Wower, Auburn University, USA

6. [Paper ID: 340] “Printed nanosensors for food safety and security”
   Paul Takhistov, Rutgers the State University of New Jersey, USA


INVITED SESSIONS 4: ADVANCED MICRO/NANO/BIO ASSEMBLY

Time: 13:30-17:00, 15 Apr 2014 (Tue)
Session Chair: Steve Tung, University of Arkansas, USA

1. [Paper ID: 425] “Self-Assembly of Statistical Patterns”
    Russell Deaton, University of Memphis, USA

2. [Paper ID: 426] “Nano-Building Block Toolboxes (“Nanotoolboxes”) for Programmable Self-Assembly of Advanced Materials and Devices”
    Jin-Woo Kim, University of Arkansas, USA

3. [Paper ID: 427] “Stacked paper microfluidic devices for automated biosensing”
    Peter Lillehoj, Michigan State University, USA

4. [Paper ID: 429] “Multiscale Modeling of Biomaterials to Determine Mechanical Properties”
    Arun K. Nair, University of Arkansas, USA

5. [Paper ID: 430] “Insights into self-assembling systems provided by computational theory”
    Matthew Patitz, University of Arkansas, USA

6. [Paper ID: 435] “Video Rate Imaging using Atomic Force Microscopy”
   Ning Xi, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

7. [Paper ID: 366] “Printed low temperature transparent metal oxide thin film transistors”
    Zheng Cui, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

8. [Paper ID: 376] “The Virtual Gyroscope Technology”
    Honglong Chang, Northwestern Polytechnical University, China


INVITED SESSION 5: NANOTECHNOLOGY IN FOOD AND AGRICULTURE (II)

Time: 13:30-15:35, 15 Apr 2014 (Tue)
Session Chair: J.-Y. Yoon, University of Arizona, USA

1. [Paper ID: 329] Paper Microfluidics for Red Wine Tasting” 
    J. -Y. Yoon, University of Arizona, USA

2. [Paper ID: 336] “In Situ Synthesis of Gelatin-Capped Gold Nanoparticles as Food Thermal History Indicator”
    S. Gunasekaran, University of Wisconsin, USA

3. [Paper ID: 339] Fabrication of a Pro-Adhesive Surface Using Electrospun PCL Nanofibers Interspersed with Peptide“
    Ariana M. Nicolini, University of Arizona, USA

4. [Paper ID: 341] “Assessment of Trophoblast Derived Cells Behaviors on TiO2 Nanotube Arrays Coated with Gold Nanoparticles by Fluorescence Microscopy and Raman Spectroscopy”
    A. Zhou, Utah State University, USA

5. [Paper ID: 431] Nano-Biosensor for Biomarker Monitoring in Disease Progression”
    E. Alocilja, Michigan State University, USA


INVITED SESSION 6: ENDOMICROSCOPE AND MEMS/NEMS-BASED OPTICAL IMAGING SYSTEMS

Time: 13:30-17:00, 16 Apr 2014 (Wed)
Session Chair: Shih-Chi Chen, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

1. [Paper ID: 417] “Multiphoton Endomicroscopy Enabling Label-free Visualization of Tissue Histology in vivo”
    Xingde Li, Johns Hopkins University, USA

2. [Paper ID: 413] “In-vivo imaging with Dual Axis Confocal Microscopes enabled by Optical MEMS/NEMS”
    Olav Solgaard, Stanford University, USA

3. [Paper ID: 437] “Towards Wide Field Multiphoton Endomicroscopy
    Peter So, MIT, USA

4. [Paper ID: 434] Clinical Applications of Confocal Endomicroscopy for Image-Guided Surgery”
    Joe Liao, Stanford University, USA

5. [Paper ID: 423] “MEMS for Advanced Medical Endoscopy”
    Ki-hun Jeong, KAIST, Korea

6. [Paper ID: 436] In vivo imaging by high-resolution GRIN probes”
    Seok-Hyun (Andy) Yun, Harvard/Massachusetts General Hospital, USA

7. [Paper ID: 412] “Thermomechanical Actuator-Based Three-axis Optical Scanner for High-Speed Two-photon Endomicroscope Imaging”
    Shih-Chi Chen, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

8. [Paper ID: 415] “Multimodal optical imaging technologies for cardiovascular disease”
    Hongki Yoo, Hanyang University, Korea