NSTI BioNano 2011

Program

Sessions

Tuesday June 14

8:30 Opening TechConnect World Keynotes - Innovation Impact - Nanotech, Cleantech, Microtech, Biotech 2011
10:30 Microtech for Quality of Life and Medical Applications - MIG Special Symposia
10:30 Inkjet Design, Materials & Fabrication 1
10:30 Nano Materials for Drug & Gene Delivery: Keynotes
10:30 Biosensors: Novel Methods
10:30 TechConnect Corporate Partnering: Pharma & Biotech
1:30 Inkjet Design, Materials & Fabrication 2
2:40 Micro & Nano Fluidic Simulation
1:30 Microtech for Quality of Life and Medical Applications - MIG Special Symposia
2:30 MEMS in QoL Medical Devices and why the world is ready for Silicon-implantable Devices - MIG Special Symposia
1:30 Nano Medical Sciences 1
1:30 Nanoparticles: Medical Diagnostics and Health Effects of Nanoparticles
1:30 Bio Nano Materials: Nanoscale design using biomolecular building blocks
2:40 Bio Nano Materials: Cell Supports & Scaffolds 1
1:30 Nano Materials for Drug & Gene Delivery
1:30 Welcome to Nanotech Germany
1:30 Italian Innovation & Commercialization Opportunities
1:30 Biosensors: Health Research
1:30 Harvard and MIT Technology Showcase
3:10 TechConnect IP Partnering: Sensors & Microsystems
4:00 Harvard & MIT Technology Innovation Poster Presentations, Exhibit Hall, Booth 1030
4:00 Italian Trade Commission Reception - Nanotech booth 1607, Cleantech booth 707
4:15 MEMS Networking Reception - Sponsored by NSTI & MEMS Industry Group
4:00 Innovation Showcase & Poster Session - Reception (4:00 - 6:00)
 Materials for Drug & Gene Delivery
 Bio Sensors, Diagnostics, Imaging & Instrumentation
 Cancer Nanotechnology
 Nano Medical Sciences
 Bio Energy Technologies

Wednesday June 15

8:30 Cancer Nanotechnology 1
8:30 Canada Innovates! - Canadian Breakthroughs in Cleantech
10:30 Biofluidic Devices
10:30 Bio Nano Materials: Cell Supports & Scaffolds 2
10:30 Cancer Nanotechnology 2
10:30 TechConnect Corporate Partnering: Cleantech and Nanotech
1:30 Transport Phenomena in Micro and Nano Fluidics
1:30 Integrated NEMS & MEMS Sensors: Application & Fabrication
1:30 Drug & Gene Delivery Using Soft Nanostructures
1:30 Bio Nano Materials: Cellular & Nanostructure Material Interactions
1:30 Cancer Nanotechnology 3
1:30 TechConnect IP Partnering: Biotech & Medical
3:00 TechConnect IP Partnering: Pharmaceuticals
1:30 US-China Nanotech Connect
3:30 US-China Nanotech Connect - Networking Reception - Booth 930 Expo Hall C (3:30 - 4:00)
4:00 Piemonte Agency For Investments, Export And Tourism Reception - Nanotech booth 1607, Cleantech booth 707
6:00 Canada Networking Reception (6:00 - 8:00)
4:00 Innovation Showcase & Poster Session - Reception (4:00 - 6:00)
 Harvard and MIT Technology Innovation Poster Presentations, Exhibit Hall, Booth 1030
 Micro & Nano Fluidics
 Materials for Drug & Gene Delivery
 Nanofluids
 Bio Sensors, Diagnostics, Imaging & Instrumentation
 Cancer Nanotechnology
 Nanotechnology for Neurology
 Environment, Health & Safety

Thursday June 16

8:30 Keynotes: Interactions between Nanostructures & Living Systems
8:30 Bio Nano Materials: Self assembly & applications
10:30 Bio Nano Materials: Novel bio nano materials and applications
10:30 Biosensors: General Applications
10:30 Environmental Health and Safety: Bio Impact
10:30 TechConnect Corporate Partnering: Venture Partnering
1:00 TechConnect Ventures: Biotech & Medical
1:30 Nanoparticles in Imaging Technologies
1:30 EHS - Enviromental Monitoring, Control & Regulation
1:30 Bio Nano Materials: Nanostructured Interfaces for Biotech I
3:00 Bio Nano Materials: Nanostructured Interfaces for Biotech 2
3:30 Cancer Nanotechnology 4
5:00 TechConnect Closing Networking, Partnering & Investment Reception (3rd Floor, Boylston Hallway)

Program

Tuesday June 14

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8:30Opening TechConnect World Keynotes - Innovation Impact - Nanotech, Cleantech, Microtech, Biotech 2011Ball Room A
Session chair: Matthew Laudon, NSTI/CTSI, US
8:30Welcome and Opening
M. Laudon, TechConnect World Co-Chair, US
8:40Cross Sector Perspective on Nanotech to Cleantech Innovation
T. Earles, Lockheed Martin & Former OSTP, US
9:10No Small Matter: Scaling the Business of Materials Science
T. Taber, CTO, Eastman Kodak Company, US
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10:30Microtech for Quality of Life and Medical Applications - MIG Special SymposiaRoom 209
Session chair: Karen Lightman, MEMS Industry Group, US
10:30Introduction to Quality of Life and Medical Applications - MIG Special Symposia
K. Lightman, MEMS Industry Group, US
10:45Medical Implant Devices, MEMS and Quality of Life: Lessons from Cardiovascular Devices: Stents, VADs and the Total Artificial Heart (invited presentation)
M. Slepian, Syncardia Systems, US
11:15Quality of Life Through Intelligent Monitoring (invited presentation)
M. DiPerri, Freescale Semiconductor Inc., US
11:35BioMEMS Technology for Artificial Organs (invited presentation)
J. Borenstein, Charles Stark Draper Laboratory, US
11:55MEMS in Healthcare - The Only Limit Is Imagination (invited presentation)
T. O'Dwyer, Analog Devices, US
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10:30Inkjet Design, Materials & Fabrication 1Room 204
Session chair: Chris Menzel, Dimatix, US
10:30Challenges of Modeling Inkjet Systems (invited presentation)
E.P. Furlani, University of Buffalo, US
10:55Life And Death Of A Weakly Viscoelastic Jet (invited presentation) Fluid Mechanics And Rheometry
V. Sharma, MIT, US
11:20New developments in inkjet of deposits carried out under localised extraction or helium
V. Conedera, F. Mesnilgrente, P. Fadel, N. Fabre, LAAS-CNRS, FR
11:40Advancements in Ink-Jet Deposition of Carbon Nanotube Materials for Printed Electronics
S. Turner, Brewer Science, US
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10:30Nano Materials for Drug & Gene Delivery: KeynotesRoom 310
Session chair: Lori Henderson, National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering, NIH
10:30TiO2-bionanoconjugates for use in imaging and therapy of cancer (invited presentation)
G. Woloschak, Northwestern University, US
11:00Changing the Way We Treat Cancer with CYT-6091: An Model Cancer Nanomedicine (invited presentation)
L. Tamarkin, CytImmune Sciences, Inc., US
11:30Toward Nanoparticle Therapeutics through Biomimicry (invited presentation)
C. Shad Thaxton, Northwestern University, US
12:00Polyvalent Nucleic Acid Nanoparticles for Genetic Delivery
D. Giljohann, AuraSense, US
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10:30Biosensors: Novel MethodsRoom 210
Session chair: Srinivas Iyer, Los Alamos National Labs, US
10:30Immobilization of DNA aptamers for biosensing and protein interaction analysis (invited presentation)
V. Yadavalli, Virginia Commonwealth University, US
11:00A Novel Microfluidic Magnetic Mixer Using Dynamic Switching Field
S.M. Azimi, W. Balachandran, J. Ahern, BRUNEL UNIVERSITY, UK
11:20Nanoneedle Probes for Minimally Invasive Cellular Delivery
D. Dlesk, M.-F. Yu, Nanofab3D Inc., US
11:40Nanopore Mass Spectrometry for Single-Molecule Sequencing
J.C. Bush, W. Maulbetsch, C. Pruitt, M. Mihovilovic, P.M. Weber, C.R. Bazemore-Walker, D. Stein, Brown University, US
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10:30TechConnect Corporate Partnering: Pharma & BiotechRoom 309
Session chair: Didier Leconte, MSBi Valorisation, CA
10:30Merck TechConnect Partnering
R. Leonard, Merck, US
10:50Novartis TechConnect Partnering
B. Thorner, Novartis, US
11:30Sanofi Aventis TechConnect Partnering
S. Natesan, Sanofi Aventis, US
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1:30Inkjet Design, Materials & Fabrication 2Room 204
Session chair: Chris Menzel, Dimatix, US
1:30Expanding Capabilities of a Machine Vision System for Analysis of Drops-in-flight
Y. Kipman, P. Mehta, S-W. Wang, ImageXpert Inc., US
1:50Imbibition dynamics of nano-particulate ink-jet drops on micro-porous media
W.-K. Hsiao, S.D. Hoath, G.D. Martin, I.M. Hutchings, S. Jones, N. Chilton, University of Cambridge, UK
2:10Advancement of Printed Electronics, Energetics, Materials, & Sensors (PEEMS) for Military Utilization
J.L. Zunino III, G. Di Benedetto, D.P. Schmidt, R.E. Cornell, A.M. Petrock, B.E. Fuchs, U.S. Army ARDEC, US
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2:40Micro & Nano Fluidic SimulationRoom 204
Session chair: Daniel Attinger, Columbia University and Edward P. Furlani, University at Buffalo (SUNY)
2:40Design, Simulation, and Prototyping of an Impulse Turbine for Biomedical Applications
H. Cabra, University Of South Florida, US
3:00Modeling Nanoscale Plasmon-assisted Bubble Nucleation and Applications
E.P. Furlani, M.T. Swihart, N. Litchinitser, C.N. Delametter, M. Carter, University at Buffalo, US
3:20CFD-Assisted Design and Optimization of a Pharmacokinetic Microfluidic System
M. Moeini Sedeh, J.M. Khodadadi, J.W. Hong, K.A. Cramer, M. Hamon, Auburn University, US
3:40Design of Optimized Microfluidic Devices for Viscoelastic Fluid Flow
M.A. Alves, Universidade do Porto - Faculdade de Engenharia, PT
4:00Numerical Study on the Mixing Performance of Ring-Type Electroosmotic Micromixer with Configurations of Obstacle in the Mixing Chamber
H-S. Seo, J-C. Lee,Y-J. Kim, Sungkyunkwan University, KR
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1:30Microtech for Quality of Life and Medical Applications - MIG Special SymposiaRoom 209
Session chair: Karen Lightman, MEMS Industry Group, US
1:30Modeling Objective Quality of Life using Smartphone Sensors (invited presentation)
A. Madan, ginger.io, US
1:50Total Artificial Heart Utilizes MEMS Technology (invited presentation)
D. Sandfox, Omron Electronic Components LLC, US
2:10Networking
-, Break, US
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2:30MEMS in QoL Medical Devices and why the world is ready for Silicon-implantable Devices - MIG Special SymposiaRoom 209
Session chair: Karen Lightman, MEMS Industry Group, US
-Advanced MEMS/NEMS Processing for Improved Drug Delivery
R. Goodall, Nano Medical Systems, Inc., US
-Convergence of MEMS, Microfluidics, and Semiconductor Processing in Life SciencesR. Brossart_Sr., SVTC Technologies, US
-S. Wilcenski, MEMSCAP, Inc., US
-J. Borenstein, Charles Stark Draper Laboratory, US
3:30MEMS in QoL Medical Devices - Closing Keynote
B. Wirth, GE Sensing, US
4:00Conclusion and Wrap-up
K. Lightman, MEMS Industry Group, US
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1:30Nano Medical Sciences 1Room 302
Session chair: Fiona Case, NSTI
1:30A nanoscience-based approach to protein condensation diseases - the example of cataract formation (invited presentation)
A. Stradner, Adolphe Merkle Institute, University of Fribourg, CH
2:00CNS Regeneration After Chronic Injury Using a Self-assembled Nano Material
Y.-X. Liang, S.W.H. Cheung, K.C.W. Chan, E.X. Wu, D.K.C. Tay, R.G. Ellis-Behnke, Medical Faculty Mannheim of the University of Heidelberg, DE
2:20Nano-neuronal recording for Neurodegenerative disease research
A. Islam, E. Panaitescu, D. Reig, L. Menon, Northeastern University, US
2:40The mechanical sensitivity of vesicle dynamics in in vivo and in vitro neurons
W. Ahmed, T. Li, S. Rubakhin, A. Chiba, J. Sweedler, T.A. Saif, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, US
3:00Effects of Chitosan and Nanoparticles on Survival of Schwann Cells and Dorsal Root Ganglion Neurons
J.C.K. Lai, W. Gao, S.W. Leung, Idaho State University, US
3:20Magnetic manipulation of nanorods inside the nucleus of living cells
A. Celedon, Johns Hopkins University & Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile, US
3:40Quantum Dots as a Unique Nanoscaffold to Mimic Membrane Receptor Clustering
N. Anikeeva, D. Gakamsky, Yu. Sykulev, Thomas Jefferson University, US
4:00Evidence of the Anti-inflammatory effect of Silver- polyvinyl Pyrrolidone Nanoparticles (Ag-PVP) in Chlamydia trachomatis infected Macrophages and HeLa Cells
A.N. Yilma, S.R. Singh, T.A. Murtada, S. Fairley, P. Subbarayan, V.A. Dennis, Alabama State University, US
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1:30Nanoparticles: Medical Diagnostics and Health Effects of NanoparticlesRoom 304
Session chair: S.E. Pratsinis, ETH Zurich & Takao Tani, Toyota, Japan
1:30Implantable Magnetic Relaxation Sensors for the Detection of Biomarkers and Nanotechnology for Early Cancer Diagnosis (invited presentation)
M.J. Cima, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, US
2:00Plasmonic Biosensors with biocompatible nanosilver
G.A. Sotiriou, T. Sannomiya, A. Teleki, J. Voeroes, S.E. Pratsinis, Particle Technology Laboratory, ETH Zurich, CH
2:20Pro-angiogenic properties of cerium oxide nanoparticles: Role of surface Ce3+/Ce4+ ratio on induction of tube formation
S. Das, S. Singh, J.M. Dowding, S. Oommen, A. Kumar, C.R. Patra, N.E. Vlahakis, D. Mukhopadhyay, W.T. Self, S. Seal, University of Central Florida, US
2:40Optimized and High-performance plasmonic nanoarrays for SERS using self-assembly of copolymer templates
S. Krishnamoorthy, P. Thoniyot, F.L. Yap, M. Olivo, H.Y. Low, Institute of Materials Research and Engineering (IMRE), A-STAR, SG
3:00Rifampicin nanosuspension production using microfluidic device
J.N. Schianti, N.N.P. Cerize, A.M. Oliveira, S. Derenzo, M.R. Gongora-Rubio, Polytechnic School - University of Săo Paulo, BR
3:20Microencapsulation Based on Mesoporous Silica Nanoparticles for controlled and targeted release of Biopesticides
A. Popa, S. Qiao, G.Q. Lu, M. Kennedy, B. Peters, Australian Institute for Bioengineering and Nanotechnology, AU
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1:30Bio Nano Materials: Nanoscale design using biomolecular building blocksRoom 309
Session chair: Giuseppe Battaglia, The University of Sheffield
1:30Molecular Machinery from DNA (invited presentation)
A.J. Turberfield, Oxford University, UK
2:00A Helical Peptide can Mediate Electron over 120 Ĺ by Hopping Mechanism
Y. Arikuma, H. Nakayama, T. Morita, S. Kimura, Kyoto University, JP
2:20Attenuated-Affinity Biotin Analogs for Catch-and-Release with Streptavidin
S. Corry, L-Q Ying, B. Branchaud, Life Technologies, US
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2:40Bio Nano Materials: Cell Supports & Scaffolds 1Room 309
Session chair: Giuseppe Battaglia, The University of Sheffield
2:40Cell Supports & Scaffolds (invited presentation)
M. Soichet, R. Wylie, University of Toronto, Canada, CA
3:10Rapid, Flexible Prototyping of Cellular Scaffolds
R.T.S. Lam, J.M. Collins, S. Nettikadan, NanoInk, Inc., US
3:30Generation of Biomimetic Artificial Cartilage using Nanostructured Photopolymerizable Gelatin
G.E.M. Tovar, Fraunhofer Institute IGB / University of Stuttgart, DE
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1:30Nano Materials for Drug & Gene DeliveryRoom 109
Session chair: Lori Henderson, National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering, NIH
1:30Gene Delivery and Transfection in Human Pancreatic Cancer Cells using Epidermal Growth Factor Receptor-Targeted Gelatin Nanoparticles
J. Xu, M. Amiji, Northeastern University, US
1:50Plasmonic Nanobubbles for Intracellular Targeting and Gene Therapy
E. Lukianova-Hleb, J. Wen, L. Meteletsa, M. Brenner, J. Chang, D.O. Lapotko, Rice University, US
2:10Design of Cationic Multi-Walled Carbon Nanotubes as Efficient siRNA Vectors for Tumour Eradication in Vivo
K.T. Al-Jamal, C. Guo, W.T. Al-Jamal, M.A. Herrero, F.M. Toma, A. Bianco, M. Prato, K. Kostarelos, King’s College London, UK
2:30Vascular permeability changes in correlation with piggyBac transposon-based gene delivery rates
P. Anastasiadis, T.O. Matsunaga, S. Moisyadi, J.S. Allen, University of Hawaii at Manoa, US
2:50Spectrally-Selective Light-Induced Release from Gold-Coated Liposomes
S.J. Leung, M. Romanowski, University of Arizona, US
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1:30Welcome to Nanotech GermanyRoom 205
1:30Opening and Welcome
F. Wolf, Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF), Bonn, DE
1:40CNT – A novel cooperation model to conquer new markets for CNT based products
P. Krüger, Inno.CNT, DE
2:00Zentallium®, ZoLiBat® & H2Tank2Go®-modules and ZE-powerplant -nanostructures for zero-emission future transportation and energy
D. Zoz, Zoz Group, DE
2:20Carbon Nanotubes and Nano Structures for Applicati on in Interconnects, Sensors and Wafer Level Packaging
S. Schulz, Fraunhofer Institute for Electronic Nano Systems, Chemnitz, DE
2:40NanoMat: The German Network for Nanomaterials and Polymer Phase Lithography: Layout-Controlled and Spontaneous Structure Formation on the Nano Scale
T. Heiler, R. Hedderich, R. Gröger, S. Walheim, T. Schimmel, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, NanoMat, DE
3:00Sharing the enthusiasm for Nano
B. Gerbauer, Nanosystems Initiative Munich (NIM), DE
3:20CANdots: Nanoparticles for your Purpose
J. Niehaus, D. Tiegs, S. Becker, V-H. Tran, H. Weller, Center for Applied Nanotechnology (CAN) GmbH, DE
3:40Hi-Tec Nano-Composites Containing Carbon Nanotubes
W. Schütz, FutureCarbon GmbH, DE
4:00Electron Beam Lithography: The Nanolithography for Nanotechnology
J. Krostoff and I. Stolberg, Vistec Electron Beam Lithography Group, US
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1:30Italian Innovation & Commercialization OpportunitiesRoom 305
1:30Welcome and Opening
M. Loddo, Italian Trade Commission, IT
1:40Italian Cutting Edge in Renewable Energy Technologies
TBA, Politecnico di Torino, IT
1:55Nanotech in Italy
TBA, Nanotec IT- Italian Centre for Nanotechnology, IT
2:10Torino Piemonte, the Intelligent Location - Business Opportunity in the Nano and Clean Tech Sectors
F. Zardi, Invest in Torino Piemonte, Piemonte Agency, IT
2:30Piedmont’s Nanotech Solutions For Energy Sources At High Miniaturization And Efficiency
TBA, IIT-Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia, IT
2:40Innovation and Commercialization
M. Loddo, Italian Trade Commission, IT
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1:30Biosensors: Health ResearchRoom 210
Session chair: Srinivas Iyer, Los Alamos National Labs, US
1:30Topical Sensory Nanoparticles for in vivo Biomarker Detection
J. Patrone, J. Benkoski, M. Patchan, X. Calderon-Colon, H. Le, J. Sample, JHU/APL, US
1:50Identification of Molecular-Mimicry-Based Ligands for Cholera Diagnostics using Magnetic Relaxation
O.J. Santiesteban, C. Kaittanis, T. Banerjee, S. Santra, K. Teter, J.M. Perez, University of Central Florida, US
2:10Portable gas sensor for breath analysis
M. Righettoni, A. Tricoli, S. Gass, S.E. Pratsinis, ETH Zurich, CH
2:30A double-bead sandwich assay for protein detection in serum based on localized surface plasmon resonance
H. Jans, K. Jans, T. Stakenborg, G. Borghs, G. Maes, L. Lagae, IMEC, BE
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1:30Harvard and MIT Technology ShowcaseRoom 306
Session chair: Bob Benson, Harvard University
1:30Introduction
B. Benson, Harvard University, US
1:35Nanotechnology Meets Biology (invited presentation)
C. Lieber, Harvard University, US
2:00Ultra-Sensitive, Label-Free Biosensor For Diagnostic Applications (invited presentation)
M. Loncar, Harvard University, US
2:15Extracting value from biomedical images using human and machine intelligence (invited presentation)
S. Seung, MIT, US
2:30Nanowire Platform for Biomolecule Delivery (invited presentation)
H. Park, Harvard University, US
2:45Convergence of medical procedures with drugs and diagnostics (invited presentation)
M. Cima, MIT, US
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3:10TechConnect IP Partnering: Sensors & MicrosystemsRoom 303
Session chair: Tom O’Donnell, Product Genesis
3:10Computational Method for Improved Forewarning of Critical Events
D. Sims, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, US
3:20LABRADOR(Lightweight Analyzer for Buried Remains And Decomposition Odor Recognition)
R. Speck, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, US
3:30Light-directed, in situ synthesis of RNA microarrays
M. Beaulieu, McGill University, CA
3:40Method Of Applying A Lubricant To A Micromechanical Device
CW Su, National University of Singapore, SG
3:50Novel Measuring Technologies and Series of Universal Sensors and Transducers Interfaces (USTI) ICs on its basis
S. Yurish, Technology Assistance BCNA 2010, S.L., ES
4:00A software to develop low cost and highly efficient self-adaptive grippers
T. Martinuzzo, Univalor, CA
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4:00Harvard & MIT Technology Innovation Poster Presentations, Exhibit Hall, Booth 1030Expo Hall
-Rapid and Effective Cell Separations Using Multiphase Systems of Aqueous Polymers
G. Whitesides, C. Mace, Harvard University, US
-Nanowire Delivery of Biomolecules to Cells
H. Park, A. Shalek , Harvard University, US
-Robust Slippery Surfaces as Optically Transparent, Oleophobic, and Anti-icing Materials
J. Aizenberg, T.S. Wong, S.H. Kang, Harvard University, US
-Ultrasensitive, Handheld, Real-Time Biomedical Sensor For Diagnostics and Food Safety
M. Loncar, Q. Quan, Harvard University, US
-Micro-spectrometer for Real-Time Diagnostics and Quality Control
M. Loncar, P.B. Deotare, O. Quan, Harvard University, US
-Nanopore Sequencing by Nano-FET from Local Electrical Potential Measurement
C. Lieber, P. Xie, Harvard University, US
-A new chemical for low-temperature deposition of transparent conductors and semiconductors for applications to solar cells and to transparent electronics
R. Gordon, J. Heo, P. Sinsermsuksakul, Harvard University, US
-Electrochemical Carbon Nanotube Filter for Water Treatment Applications
C. Vectis, Harvard University, US
-Nanowire Investigations of Cells and Tissues
C. Lieber, T. Cohen-Karmi, Harvard University, US
-Repelling Water Droplets to Prevent Ice Formation
J. Aizenberg, L. Mishchenko, Harvard University, US
-Chemically Encoded 3D Photonic Crystals: From Multilevel Encryption to Colorimetric Fluid Identification
M. Loncar, J. Aizenberg, I. Burgess, Harvard University, US
-Mechano-responsive buckled surfaces for switchable privacy screens and decoration
J. Aizenberg, P. Kim, Harvard University, US
-Coating Plastics and Other Soft Materials with Silica Using a Room Temperature and Atmospheric Pressure Process: A Poor Man’s ALD
J. Aizenberg, B. Hatton, Harvard University, US
-MIT Technology Available for Licensing Poster Session will include posters highlighting research in the area of energy efficient networking, biomedical glucose sensors, medical devices, thermopower wave portable energy sources, and antifogging and hydrophilic surfaces to name a few. Over 20 technologies will be highlighted on posters located adjacent to booth #1031.
TBA, MIT, US
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4:00Italian Trade Commission Reception - Nanotech booth 1607, Cleantech booth 707Expo Hall
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4:15MEMS Networking Reception - Sponsored by NSTI & MEMS Industry GroupRoom 209
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4:00Innovation Showcase & Poster Session - Reception (4:00 - 6:00)Expo Hall
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Materials for Drug & Gene DeliveryExpo Hall
-Layer-by-Layer Deposition of Cationic Polymers on Gold Nanoparticle for Non-viral Gene Delivery System
N. Saengkrit, National Nanotechnology Center (NANOTEC), TH
-beta-casein micelles and nanocapsules in drug delivery
R.L. Khalfin, M. Bachar, D. Danino, Technion – Israel Institute of Technology, IL
-Nanoparticulate systems of Acyclovir for Topical use in Herpes treatment –formulation, characterization and evaluation
P. Srinivas, R. Devaraj, Sri Venkateshwara College of Pharmacy, IN
-New three-dimensional nanoscale magnetic graphene oxide for prostate cancer therapy
H-W Yang, S-J Tseng, S-L Chen, R-Y Tsai, S-T Pang, C-K Chuang, M-Y Hua, Chang Gung University, TW
-Biodegradable micro and nanoparticles for controlled drug release
C. Mattu, S. Sartori, E. Ranzato, M. Boffito, R. Li and G. Ciardelli, Politecnico di Torino, IT
-Cationic Nanoparticles Effectively Delivered VEGF SiRNA in A549 Cells
T. Yang, X. Li, Y. Liu, S. Bai, Husson University, US
-Novel CpG oligodeoxynucleotide and its delivery system
T. Yamazaki, W. Meng W, C. Zhi, Y. Zhu, N. Hanagata, National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS), JP
-Concentration and characterization of influenza antigen bulks for potential novel vaccine delivery applications
A. Scampini, S. Gallorini, B.C. Baudner, G. Palladino, M. Singh, D.T. O’Hagan, S. Kommareddy, Novartis, US
-Modeling Targeted Drug Delivery of Insulin
D. Scratchley, Nanotech Systems Inc., US
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Bio Sensors, Diagnostics, Imaging & InstrumentationExpo Hall
-A DNA sensor using gold-coated barcode silica nanotubes
S.Y. Kim, S.J. Jun, J. Min, KyungWon University, KR
-A sensitive MR method for DNA detection with magnetic nanoparticles.
D. Alcantara, Y. Guo, H. Yuan, L. Josephson, MGH-Harvard Medical School, US
-Development of a capillary-driven, microfluidic, nucleic acid biosensor
F. He, S. Jin, M. Dai, S.R. Nugen, University of Massachusetts, US
-Microfluidic Neural Cell Chip for Monitoring of PCBs
S. Park, Y-K Kim, Hankyong National University, KR
-Nano-ELISA using gold nanoparticle-DNA complex for the detection of pathogenic microbe
H.-S. Kim, B.-K. Oh, Sogang Univeristy, KR
-Amperometric glucose biosensor based on a neoteric mechanism in the determination of hydrogen peroxide
H.C. Chen, Y.C. Liu, R.Y. Tsai, M.Y. Hua, Chang Gung University, TW
-Capacitance-based real time monitoring of three kinds of endocytosis
R.M. Lee, P. Kim, K. Kim, K.-M. Kim, D. Kim, C.O. Yun, J.-S. Shin, K.-H. Yoo, Yonsei University, KR
-Probing Protein-Carbohydrate Interactions using Carbon Nanotube Nanodevices for Rapid Bacterial Detection
H. Vedala, Y. Chen, A. Star, University of Pittsburgh, US
-Carbon Nanotube/Green Tea Composite for the Electronic Detection of Hydrogen Peroxide
Y. Chen, Y.D. Lee, H. Vedala, B.L. Allen, A. Star, University of Pittsburgh, US
-Analysis and lateral manipulation of membrane proteins in their native environment – a microfluidic technique
L. Simonsson, A. Gunnarsson, P. Jönsson, F. Höök, Chalmers University of Technology, SE
-Antibody Immobilization on Conductive Polymer Coated Nonwoven Fibers for Biosensors
S.K. McGraw, E.C. Alocilja, K.J. Senecal, G.N. Prata, A.G. Senecal, Michigan State University, US
-Optical sensors for in vivo monitoring of ions and small molecules
J.M. Dubach, J.L.Y. Marron, K.K. Gleason, H.A. Clark, Northeastern University, US
-Fabrication of ITO/Gold nanoparticle/RGD peptide Composites to Enhance Electrochemical Signals from Human Neural Stem Cells
T.-H. Kim, W.A. El-Said, J.-W. Choi, Sogang University, KR
-The T2Dx Diagnostic Detection Technology
C. Rittershaus, M. Audeh, M. Blanco, A. Castonguay, A. Chase, J. Chepin, V. Demas, R. Dhanda, M. Fritzemeier, C. Hanna, J. Kelly, V. Liu, J. McDonough, M. Min, L. Neely, T. O’Neil, S. Papkov, B. Patterson, N.A. Phung, D. Plourde, D. Wang, P. Wellman, T. Lowery, T2 Biosystems, Inc, US
-Novel “Nano-Phage” Interfaces for Wireless Biosensors
E.R. Fernandes, D. Bedi, S. Li, A. Ebner, M. Leitner, P. Hinterdorfer, L.D. Kluskens, J. Azeredo, B. Chin, V.A. Petrenko, Auburn University, US
-Detecting Infectious Organisms: An Concerted Approach using Genomics, Molecular Engineering and Nano-enabled bio-MEMS Technologies
N. Keegan, J. Spoors, K. Flanagan, S. Cockell, E. Gendra, P. Ko Ferrigno, J. Hedley, A. Wipat, C. Harwood, C.J. McNeil, Newcastle University, UK
-Silica coated Magnetic Nanoparticles (SMNPs): Capture and Identification of Escherichia coli Cells using Surface Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy
S.K. Rastogi, J. Jabal, H. Zhang, K.J. Haler, C.M. Gibson, Y. Qiang, D.E. Aston, P.J. Hurdlicka, A.L. Branen, University of Idaho, US
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Cancer NanotechnologyExpo Hall
-Polymersomes and Imaging: An Quantitative Approach
A.S. Joseph, N.J. Brown, G. Battaglia, University of Sheffield, UK
-Biocompatible nanophosphors as biomarkers for cancer detection
G.A. Sotiriou, D. Franco, A. Ferrari, D. Poulikakos, S.E. Pratsinis, Particle Technology Laboratory, ETH Zurich, CH
-Investigating the role of the FOXA1 protein in cancer with Scanning Probe Microscopy
I. Theodorou, Imperial College London, UK
-Improve the photodynamic detection and therapy of cancers with gold nanorods
J-Y Chen, Fudan university, Shanghai, China, CN
-Enhanced Cell Electro-permeabilisation Combined with Phototherapy to Target-Killing Cancer Cells by Using Multi Functional Carbon Nanotubes
P-C Lee, National Taiwan University, TW
-Ultra-Small Gold-Doxorubicin Rapidly Kill Cancer Cells
X. Zhang, J.L. Nadeau, H. Chibli, McGill University, CA
-Polymer-based delivery vehicle for cisplatin
D.B. Vieira, C.F.M. Menck, A.M. Carmona-Ribeiro, University of Săo Paulo, BR
-Prostate Cancer-Specific Drug Delivery and Imaging System: Design, Synthesis, and Characterization of Multi-functional AuNPs
K-L Dao, Northeastern University, US
-The Effect of Anticancer Nanotherapy on Lewis Lung Carcinoma
V.E. Orel, A.D. Shevchenko, N.A. Nikolov, N.N. Dzyatkovskya, A.V. Romanov, A.Yu. Richalskiy, A.P. Burlaka, S.M. Lukin, V.N. Uvarov, I.B. Schepotin, National cancer institute, UA
-Application of Magnetic Nanoparticles in Cancer Treatment
M.D. Coskun, H.M. Kutlu, G. Guney, Anadolu University, TR
-Anti-Cancer Gold Nanoparticle Conjugates: Endocrine Targeted Treatment Strategies and Laser Photothermal Therapy
E.C. Dreaden, E.B. Dickerson, I.H. El-Sayed, X. Huang, J.F. McDonald, A.K. Oyelere, M.A. El-Sayed, Georgia Institute of Technology, US
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Nano Medical SciencesExpo Hall
-Nanostructural Effects of Mitomycin C Applications on Scleral Collagen Fibrils: Atomic Force Microscopy Observation
S. Choi, Y. Cheong, E. Kwon, G.B. Jung, H.-J. Lee, J.-H. Shin, K.-H. Jin, H.-K. Park, Kyung Hee University, KR
-Nanostructural Changes in Surface of Stainless Steel Archwires Combined with Orthodontic Conventional and Self-Ligating Brackets
S. Choi, H. Joo, Y. Cheong, S. Lee, S. Kim, Y.-G. Park, H.-K. Park, Kyung Hee University, KR
-The effectiveness of a new nano-TiO2 biocide in inactivating methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) and Candida albicans biofilms
C.E. Vergani, A.L. Machado, C.A. Zamperini, F.C. Picon, E. Longo, Univ Estadual Paulista - UNESP, BR
-The Intracellular Co- localizations of Different Size of Gold Nanoparticles
C. Boyoglu, S. Boyoglu-Barnum, S. Soni, Q. He, G. Willing, M.E. Miller, S.R. Singh, Alabama State University, US
-Investigation of Zona Pellucida Hardening with Atomic Force Microscopy and Nonlinear Optimization
M.C. Frassanito, M. Papi, M. De Spirito, L. Lamberti, A. Boccaccio, G. Arcovito, C. Pappalettere, Politecnico di Bari, IT
-Novel alternative, multistranded, plasmid, and helical transitional DNA and RNA microarrays: the next generation of nucleic acid microarrays
C.E. Gagna, W.C. Lambert, New York Institute of Technology, US
-Genomic Mappings and Frequency Domain Analysis
S.E. Lyshevski, Rochester Institute of Technology, US
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Bio Energy TechnologiesExpo Hall
-Catalytic Aqueous Phase Reforming of Lignocellulosic Biomass for Hydrogen and Hydrocarbon Production
R. Tungal, R.V. Shende, South Dakota School of Mines & Technology, US
-Catalytic Aqueous Phase Reforming of Waste Biomass for Hydrogen and Hydrocarbon Production
R. Tungal, R. Shende, South Dakota School of Mines & Technology, US
-A Characteristic Analysis of Bio-ethanol produced on Fruit wastes for Direct Ethanol Fuel Cell(DEFC)
H. Kim, N. Lee, I. Cha, J. Choi, Center for Organic Agrifood industrialization, KR
-Biomass Power Generation Using Liquid Tin Anode SOFC
J. Bentley, T. Tao, CellTech Power LLC, US
-Biomass Combined Heat and Power– a Comparison of Options for Small-scale Systems
R. Pellizzari, R. Wilson, etaPartners LLC, US
-Advanced Biofuel Cell Composed of Highly Modified Electrodes for Biomedical Applications
S.W. Leung, J.C.K. Lai, Idaho State University, US
-An Effective Way of Anaerobic Digestion of Chicken Manure with Plant Biomass
Y. Zhi, C. Zhou, Nanjing University of Technology, CN
-Nanostructured Materials Applied in Biodiesel Processes
M.C.G. Albuquerque, D.C.S. Azevedo, C.L. Cavalcante_Jr., Universidade Federal do Ceara, BR
-Microwave Assisted Transesterification of Waste Frying Oil and Concentrate Methyl Ester Content of Biodiesel by Molecular Distillation
N. Azcan, O. Yilmaz, Anadolu University, TR
-Catalytic Esterification and Transesterification Reaction of High Acidic Value Waste Oil by Microwave Heating System
N. Azcan, O. Yilmaz, Anadolu University, TR
-Microwave-induced acceleration and energy-efficiency of esterification of free fatty acid with a heterogeneous catalyst
D. Kim, J. Choi, G.-J. Kim, S.K. Seol, S. Jung, Korea Electrotechnology Research Institute, KR
-Improvement of Biogas Production from Animal Manure via Bacteria Enrichment using CASCADE Technology
Y. Zhi, C. Zhou, Cascade Clean Energy, Inc., US
-Biogas Production from Co-Digestion of Horse Manure and Waste Sewage Sluge
E. Agayev, A. Ugurlu, Hacettepe University, TR
-Replacing Crude Oil by Renewable Sugar through a Cell-free Synthetic Biology Technology
Y.-H.P. Zhang and J.A. Rollin, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, US

Wednesday June 15

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8:30Cancer Nanotechnology 1Room 304
Session chair: Mansoor Amiji, Northeastern University, US
8:30Cancer Nanotechnology – Opportunities and Challenges – View from the NCI Alliance for Nanotechnology in Cancer (invited presentation)
P. Grodzinski, National Cancer Institute, US
9:15Cancer Nanotechnology: Path to the Clinic (invited presentation)
V. Torchilin, Northeastern University, US
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8:30Canada Innovates! - Canadian Breakthroughs in CleantechRoom 206
8:30Welcome to Canadian Innovation
C. Denter, Technology Partnering Officer, Consulate General of Canada to New England, CA
8:40Opening Remarks
P. Binns, Consul General, Consulate General of Canada to New England, CA
9:00Canadian Energy RD&D and Clean Technology Developments
P. St-Jean, Natural Resources Canada, Energy Technology Policy, CA
9:15Canada-US CleanTech collaboration Opportunities
G. Murphy, Director, Natural Resources Canada, CA
9:30On the Rise – Conversion Efficiency in Organic Photovoltaics
Y. Tao, National Research Council (NRC), CA
9:45Utilizing Renewable Energy Resources for Distributed Power
K. Kassam, Ballard Power, CA
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10:30Biofluidic DevicesRoom 103
Session chair: Daniel Attinger, Columbia University and Edward P. Furlani, University at Buffalo (SUNY)
10:30Control in Microfluidic Assay and Synthesis Systems (invited presentation)
M.A. Burns, University of Michigan, US
11:00Sensors and Microfluidics (invited presentation)
R. Potyrailo, GE Global Research, US
11:30The Physics of Pressure Powered Micro-Flow Focusing Device for the Encapsulation of Live Cells
J. Berthier, P. Dalle, F. Rivera, R. Renaudot, S. Morales, P-Y. Benhamou, P. Caillat, CEA-Leti, FR
11:50Use of Silica Nanosprings in an Enzyme-Based Continuous Flow Reactor
D.C. Hyatt, T. Cantrell, M. Yahvah, M. Grant Norton, D.N. McIlroy, G. Corti, GoNano Technologies, Inc., US
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10:30Bio Nano Materials: Cell Supports & Scaffolds 2Room 310
Session chair: Giuseppe Battaglia, The University of Sheffield
10:30Biomimetic Polyurethanes for Regenerative Medicine
G. Ciardelli, S. Sartori, P. Serafini, M. Boffito, A. Caporale, A. Silvestri, E. Bernardi, F. Boccafoschi, Politecnico di Torino, IT
10:50Nanoskin for Medical Applications
P. Basmaji, Innovatecs, BR
11:10Three-dimensional cell instructive scaffolds to direct stem cell fate
P. Viswanathan, S. Chirasatitsin, G. Reilly, A. Engler, G. Battaglia, University of Sheffield, UK
11:30An investigation of nano patterned surfaces and their influence of cell behavior
M. Baum, C. Vetter, M. Wiemer, T. Gessner, Fraunhofer ENAS, DE
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10:30Cancer Nanotechnology 2Room 304
Session chair: Mansoor Amiji, Northeastern University, US
10:30Nanotechnology for Early Cancer Diagnosics (invited presentation)
M. Cima, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, US
11:00Targeting Tumors by Nano-Engineering Immune Cells (invited presentation)
D. Irvine, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, US
11:30Microfluidic Platforms for Early Cancer Detection (invited presentation)
S. Stott, Massachusetts General Hospital, US
12:00Interventional Oncology and Nanotechnology (invited presentation)
S.N. Goldberg, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, US
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10:30TechConnect Corporate Partnering: Cleantech and NanotechRoom 306
Session chair: Catherine Ives, Boston College
10:30Dow TechConnect Partnering
P. Ansems-Bancroft, Dow, US
10:50Omron TechConnect Partnering
D. Uchida, Omron, US
11:10Kodak TechConnect Partnering
B. Johnston, Eastman Kodak, US
11:30Applied Materials TechConnect Partnering
A. Kamannavar, Applied Materials, US
11:50Toray TechConnect Partnering
T. Yamashiki, Toray, US
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1:30Transport Phenomena in Micro and Nano FluidicsRoom 103
Session chair: Daniel Attinger, Columbia University and Edward P. Furlani, University at Buffalo (SUNY)
1:30Microfluidic synthesis of tailored nanostructures (invited presentation)
K.F. Jensen, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, US
2:00Simulating the Fast Transport of Water Through Carbon Nanotubes
W.D. Nicholls, M.K. Borg, J.M. Reese, University of Strathclyde, UK
2:20Capillary Electrophoresis in Nanofluidic Channels
P.J. Atzberger, F. Gibou, S. Pennathur, University of California Santa Barbara, US
2:40Experimentally-validated theory for the effective zeta potential in microchannel with gate electrodes
F. Bonotto, A. Lenzi, F. Viola, M. Napoli, J. Frey, S. Pennathur, University of California, Santa Barbara, US
3:00High Deborah number flows through 3D contractions at the microscale
M.S.N. Oliveira, A.M. Afonso, F.T. Pinho, M.A. Alves, FEUP - Faculdade de Engenharia da Universidade do Porto, PT
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1:30Integrated NEMS & MEMS Sensors: Application & FabricationRoom 209
Session chair: Cy Wilson, NASA, US
1:30Tin oxide nanowire sensors for highly sensitive detection of toxic gases
A. Koeck, E. Brunet, C. Griessler, T. Maier, G. Mutinati, S. Steinhauer, AIT Austrian Institute of Technology GmbH, AT
1:50Nanospring Mats for Detection of Explosives
V. Dobrokhotov, Western Kentucky University, US
2:10Novel Low Temperature Fabrication Method for Label-Free Electronic Sensing of Biomolecules in Nanofluidic Channels with Integrated Electrodes
T. Wynne, X.T. Huang, S. Pennathur, University of California, Santa Barbara, US
2:30Magnetic nanoparticles as components of magnetoresistance sensors: the gGMR-sensor
A. Weddemann, I. Ennen, A. Regtmeier, A. Hütten, M. Zahn, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, US
2:50Parallel Fabrication of Single-Walled Carbon Nanotube based Piezoresistive Pressure Sensors
B.R. Burg, T. Helbling, C. Hierold, D. Poulikakos, ETH Zurich, CH
3:10Design and Fabrication of a Multi-Axis MEMS Force Sensor with Integrated Carbon Nanotube Based Piezoresistors
M.A. Cullinan, R.M. Panas, M.L. Culpepper, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, US
3:30Current research at CSHR: towards ElectroMioGraphy (EMG) sensor network
M. Pzaleari, Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia, IT
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1:30Drug & Gene Delivery Using Soft NanostructuresRoom 311
Session chair: Lori Henderson, National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering, NIH
1:30Polymersome macromolecule delivery across intact human skin
C. Pegoraro, S. MacNeil, G. Battaglia, University Of Sheffield, UK
1:50Dendrimers: New Opportunities to Treat and Prevent Human Disease
D.J. Owen, Starpharma Pty Ltd, AU
2:10Lipid nanoparticles: tumor-targeting nanocargos for drug and contrast agent delivery
T. Delmas, F. Navarro, J. Gravier, J.S. Thomann, E. Heinrich, J. Mérian, A. Fraichard, R. Boisgard, B. Tavitian, S. Dufort, J.L. Coll, J. Bibette, P. Boisseau, A.C. Couffin, I. Texier, CEA Grenoble, FR
2:30Liposomes loaded with rifampicin and tobromycin for anti-Staphylococcus aureus action
M.N. DeSilva, W.W. Zhao, S.T. Schultz, K. Whang, L. Chu, Naval Medical Research Unit San Antonio, US
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1:30Bio Nano Materials: Cellular & Nanostructure Material InteractionsRoom 302
Session chair: Giuseppe Battaglia, The University of Sheffield, United Kingdom
1:30Nanostructured Materials Direct Cell Behavior (invited presentation)
A.J. Engler, University of California, San Diego, US
2:00Nanomaterials can influence living biological systems with nanometer sensitivity
S. Sabella, V. Brunetti, G. Maiorano, L. Rizzello, B. Sorce, G. Vecchio, A. Galeone, R. Cingolani, P.P. Pompa, Italian Institute of Technology, IT
2:20Investigation of carbon nanotube degradation in vitro and in vivo using Raman spectroscopy
J. Conroy, A.A. Shvedova, V.E. Kagan, A. Meade, A. Knyazev, D. Kelleher, Y. Volkov, Trinity College Dublin, IE
2:40Human Mesenchymal Stem Cells (hMSCs) Interaction with Nanoporous Titania Substrates
D.K. Nagesha, J.T. Maniscalco, D. Guarnieri, V. Belli, P.A. Netti, S. Sridhar, Northeastern University, US
3:00Mechanistic studies of in vitro cytotoxicity of PAMAM dendrimers in mammalian cells
S.P. Mukherjee, F.M. Lyng, A. Garcia, M. Davoren, H.J. Byrne, Focas Research Institute, Dublin Institute of Technology, IE
3:20Neuronal differentiations by nanoscale surface interactions
D. Cecchin, M.V. Flores-Merino, G.C. Reilly, A.J. Engler, G. Battaglia, The University of Sheffield, UK
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1:30Cancer Nanotechnology 3Room 304
Session chair: Mansoor Amiji, Northeastern University, US
1:30Polymeric Nanostructures for Cancer Therapy (invited presentation)
M. Grinstaff, Boston University, US
2:00Targeted Polymeric Nanoparticles (invited presentation)
O. Farokhzad, Harvard Medical School, Brigham And Women’s Hospital, US
2:30Nanosystems for RNAi in Cancer (invited presentation)
S.N. Bhatia, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, US
3:00Novel Nano-Therapies for Pancreatic Cancer (invited presentation)
A. Maitra, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, US
3:30Nanotechnology Platforms for Cancer Therapy: from Bench to Bedside (invited presentation)
S. Eliasof, Cerulean Pharmaceuticals, US
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1:30TechConnect IP Partnering: Biotech & MedicalRoom 303
Session chair: Lynn Foster, BPT Pharma, US
1:30Cellular Gradient Polymer Composites
P. Bourban, Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), CH
1:40Magnetic nanoparticles for drug targeting
M. Kempe, Lund University, SE
1:50Novel biomarker signature as a predictor of breast cancer outcome
O. Novac, McGill University, CA
2:00Portfolio of Scaffolds and Biomaterials for Multiple Orthopaedic and Medical Applications
S. Hartford, University of Notre Dame, US
2:10Microfluidic Lab-on-Chip Platform for Point of Care Testing
P. Koonjul, VALEO MANAGEMENT, CA
2:20New Technology for Micro- and Nanonization & Encapsulation of Molecular Compounds of Interest
J. Reverter, ICN - INSTITUT CATALA DE NANOTECNOLOGIA, ES
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3:00TechConnect IP Partnering: PharmaceuticalsRoom 303
Session chair: Belen Martinez, CaramelTech, MX
3:00New Strategies For Secure, Non-Invasive Transitional for Brain Cancer Treatment
C. Michel, SOCPRA, CA
3:10Treatment of Influenza Virus-Mediated Lung Injury: Blocking the A1-Adenosine Receptor
I. Davis, The Ohio State University, US
3:20High-Throughput Label-Free Nanoparticle Detection And Size Assay
F. Caporale, University of California Santa Barbara, US
3:30Radionuclide-Loaded Liposome
C. Burke, UT Health Science Center at San Antonio, US
3:40Cerium oxide nanoparticles for treatment and prevention of Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, and disorders associated with free radical production and/or mitochondrial dysfunction.
B. Rzigalinski, Virginia Coll. of Osteopathic Medicine, US
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1:30US-China Nanotech ConnectExpo Hall Theater
1:30Introducing Suzhou Industry Park- a Vibrant and Progressive High-tech Hub in China
D. Zhang, Technology and Development Bureau, Suzhou Industrial Park (SIP), CN
1:45Overview of Suzhou Nano-manufacturing Capabilities
L. Liu, NanoGlobe, CN
2:00Printed electronics R&D in China and collaboration opportunities
Z. Cui, Suzhou Institute of Nanotech and Nanobionics (SINANO), CN
2:15Intradermal Drug Delivery Devices Based on Proprietary Functional Micro Array (FMA) Technology
B. Xu, Suzhou Natong Bionanotechnology Ltd. (Nanomed), CN
2:30Experience Sharing: Growing Venture Businesses in China
N. An, New England Chinese Information and Networking Association, CN
2:45Technology Partnership and Business Development Opportunities in Nanopolis Suzhou Q&A
L. Liu, NanoGlobe, CN
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3:30US-China Nanotech Connect - Networking Reception - Booth 930 Expo Hall C (3:30 - 4:00)Expo Hall Theater
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4:00Piemonte Agency For Investments, Export And Tourism Reception - Nanotech booth 1607, Cleantech booth 707Expo Hall
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6:00Canada Networking Reception (6:00 - 8:00)Sheraton Hotel, Back Bay Room D
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4:00Innovation Showcase & Poster Session - Reception (4:00 - 6:00)Expo Hall
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Harvard and MIT Technology Innovation Poster Presentations, Exhibit Hall, Booth 1030Expo Hall
-Rapid and Effective Cell Separations Using Multiphase Systems of Aqueous Polymers
G. Whitesides, C. Mace, Harvard University, US
-Nanowire Delivery of Biomolecules to Cells
H. Park, A. Shalek , Harvard University, US
-Robust Slippery Surfaces as Optically Transparent, Oleophobic, and Anti-icing Materials
J. Aizenberg, T.S. Wong, S.H. Kang, Harvard University, US
-Ultrasensitive, Handheld, Real-Time Biomedical Sensor For Diagnostics and Food Safety
M. Loncar, Q. Quan, Harvard University, US
-Micro-spectrometer for Real-Time Diagnostics and Quality Control
M. Loncar, P.B. Deotare, O. Quan, Harvard University, US
-Nanopore Sequencing by Nano-FET from Local Electrical Potential Measurement
C. Lieber, P. Xie, Harvard University, US
-A new chemical for low-temperature deposition of transparent conductors and semiconductors for applications to solar cells and to transparent electronics
R. Gordon, J. Heo, P. Sinsermsuksakul, Harvard University, US
-Electrochemical Carbon Nanotube Filter for Water Treatment Applications
C. Vectis, Harvard University, US
-Nanowire Investigations of Cells and Tissues
C. Lieber, T. Cohen-Karmi, Harvard University, US
-Repelling Water Droplets to Prevent Ice Formation
J. Aizenberg, L. Mishchenko, Harvard University, US
-Chemically Encoded 3D Photonic Crystals: From Multilevel Encryption to Colorimetric Fluid Identification
M. Loncar, J. Aizenberg, I. Burgess, Harvard University, US
-Mechano-responsive buckled surfaces for switchable privacy screens and decoration
J. Aizenberg, P. Kim, Harvard University, US
-Coating Plastics and Other Soft Materials with Silica Using a Room Temperature and Atmospheric Pressure Process: A Poor Man’s ALD
J. Aizenberg, B. Hatton, Harvard University, US
-MIT Technology Available for Licensing Poster Session will include posters highlighting research in the area of energy efficient networking, biomedical glucose sensors, medical devices, thermopower wave portable energy sources, and antifogging and hydrophilic surfaces to name a few. Over 20 technologies will be highlighted on posters located adjacent to booth #1031.
TBA, MIT, US
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Micro & Nano FluidicsExpo Hall
-Accommodation coefficient investigation in rectangular micro-channels for large Knudsen number range
M. Hadj Nacer, I. Graur, P. Perrier, Université de Provence, FR
-Superhydrophobic porous silicon surfaces
G. Bolognesi, University of Roma “La Sapienza”, IT
-Synthesis of Fine Pharmaceutical Particles by a Gaseous Antisolvent Mechanism
Y. Bakhbakhi, S.M. Alfadul, A. chafidz, A. Ajbar, King Saud University, SA
-Red Blood Cell Deformation in Flows through a PDMS Hyperbolic Microchannel
T. Yaginuma, M.S.N. Oliveira, R. Lima, T. Ishikawa, T. Yamaguchi, FEUP - Faculdade de Engenharia da Universidade do Porto, PT
-Label-free Cardiomyocyte Enrichment in Microfabricated Device
A. Hsieh, A. Sofla, M. Radisic, University of Toronto, CA
-Hot spots active-cooling micro-channel heat sink device, using electro-osmotic flow
M.F. Al-Rjoub, A.K. Roy, S. Ganguli, R.K. Banerjee, University of cincinnati, US
-High efficiency E. coli concentration via dynamic light-induced optoelectro-osmosis flow
S.M. Yang, National Chiao Tung University, TW
-Array-Nozzle EHD Print Head and its Drop-on-Demand Experimentation
S. Son, S. Lee, Y-J Kim, K. An, J. Choi, J. Sin, W.H. Lee, M. Wijesundara, H.E. Stephanou, Sungkyunkwan University, KR
-System for Measuring Drop Volume and Consistency in Lab-on-Chip Applications
Y. Kipman, P. Mehta, ImageXpert Inc., US
-Molecular Isolation on the Micro and Nanoscale
J.B. Edel, Imperial College London, UK
-Liquid-Phase Hydrogenation on Palladium-Coated Silica Nanosprings™ in a Continuous Flow Reactor
O.G. Marin-Flores, T. Cantrell, T. Prakash, S. Ha, M. Grant Norton, D.N. McIlroy, G. Corti, GoNano Technologies, Inc., US
-Microchannel for IOP Relief and Glaucoma Treatment
D. Barth, J. Heureaux, B. Pilapil, P. Ponce de Leon, K. Zhao, Stevens Institute of Technology, US
-Self-alignment of Silicon Chips on Wafers: the Effect of Spreading and Wetting
J. Berthier, K. Brakke, L. Sanchez, L. Di Cioccio, CEA-LETI, FR
-A General Route to Inkjet Printing Robust Carbon Nanotube Patterns on Compliant and Non-Compliant Subtrates
A.R. Hopkins, K.C. Spurrell, D.C. Straw, The Aerospace Corporation, US
-Fabrication of Magnetic Poly (ethylene glycol) Hydrogels Blocks Using Microfluidic System for Cell Patterning Techniques
H.-Y. Chang, C.-Y. Fu, C.-Y. Lin, T.-P. Wang, National Tsing Hua University, TW
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Materials for Drug & Gene DeliveryExpo Hall
-Enhanced bioavailability of peptide YY using nanoporous silicon as a drug carrier
M. Kovalainen, J. Monkare, E. Makila, J. Salonen, V-P Lehto, K-H Herzig, K. Järvinen, University of Turku, FI
-Synthesis and Characterization of Superparamagnetic Nanoparticles Coated with Carboxymethylated Cassava Starch for Drug Delivery System
K. Kasemwong, P. Nanta, W. Skolpap, U.R. Ruktanonchai, Nano Delivery System Laboratory, National Nanotechnology Center, TH
-Nanosized titania reservoirs for epilepsy treatment
A. Kozina, K.A. Espinoza, E. Ortiz-Islas, I.A. Rivero, T. Lopez, Instituto Nacional de Neurologia y Neurocirugia ‘MVS’, MX
-UltraDOTs : Multifunctional Ion-Selective Delivery Capsules
J.D. Walters, E.A.H. Hall, University of Cambridge, UK
-PEG Incorporated Polymeric Microcapsules for Intramyocardial Delivery of Stem Cells Genetically Modified by Baculovirus
A. Paul, A.A. Khan, S. Abbasi, D. Shum-Tim, S. Prakash, McGill University, CA
-Synthesis, Characterization and Antibacterial Activity of Glycol Chitosan Modified Superparamagnetic Nanoparticles
B.H. Chen, B.S. Inbaraj, Fu Jen University, TW
-A Non-toxic Cellular Staining Agent Based on Fluorescently Labeled Poly[2-(methacryloyloxy)ethyl phosphorylcholine]
N.J. Warren, M. Massignani, S.P. Armes, G. Battaglia, A.L. Lewis, The University of Sheffield, UK
-Encapsulation and in vitro characterization of protein in PLGA-chitosan nanoparticles for efficient protein delivery
P. Subbarayan, V.A. Dennis, C. Lee, E. Nyairo, S.R. Singh, Alabama State University, US
-Micronization of Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients (API) – from R&D to the production scale
S. Mende, NETZSCH Premier Technologies, US
-Nanoencapsulated Drug-Carrying System for Photodynamic Antimicrobial Chemotherapy (PACT)
G.K.M. Kalapala, P.K.-L. Fu, Governors State University, US
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NanofluidsExpo Hall
-Synthesis and Optimization of Metallic nanofluids using Electrical Explosion of Wire in Liquids
E.J. Park, H.W. Park, Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (, KR
-Analytical investigation of nanofluids dispersion stability
H. Farzaneh, A. Behzadmehr, A. Samimi, University of Sistan and Baluchestan, IR
-Prediction of Thermal Conductivity of Liquid Methane/Ethane-Cu Nanofluids via Molecular Dynamics Simulations
H. Babaei, J.M. Khodadadi, Auburn University, US
-Ionic liquids for technological applications
W. Teo, P. Hunt, Imperial College London, GB
-Novel Chemistry and Dispersive Techniques for Diverse Applications
M. Hladik, Brewer Science, US
-Numerical Simulation of the Solidification Process of Nanofluids
Y.M.F. El Hasadi, J.M. Khodadadi, Auburn University, US
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Bio Sensors, Diagnostics, Imaging & InstrumentationExpo Hall
-Thin film-resistive gas sensor with SnO2/Au nanocomposite for hydrogen sulfide detection
B-W Chang, S-J Ding, R.L.C. Chen, Hungkuang University, TW
-High-throughput multiplex protein analysis for limited sample size on a single slide
S. Rozhok, K. Ouyang, D. Dixon, M. Nelson, NanoInk, Inc., US
-Nano-plamsonics Sensing and Integration with Microfluidics for a Lab-on-chip Biosensor
J.J. Wei, M. Rexius, M. Kofke, Y. Wang, S. Singhal, D.H. Waldeck, CFD Research Corporation, US
-Plasmonic nanostructure based biosensing
S. Patskovsky, Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal, CA
-Experimental study of sensitivity enhancement in SPR biosensors by use of zinc oxide intermediary layers
N.-F. Chiu, A. Singh, N. Nelson-Fitzpatrick, S. Dutt, S. Evoy, C.-W. Lin, National Taiwan Normal University, TW
-Surface Plasmon Grating Coupled Emission from Organic Emitter for Detecting Refractive Index Variation
N.-F. Chiu, J.-H. Lee, C.-W. Lin, National Taiwan Normal University, TW
-Investigation of optimal separation condition in negative dielectrophoresis force based particle sorting platform
J.H. Lee, Y.H. Kim, Y.H. Kim, B.K. Kim, Korea Aerospace University, KR
-Surface-based analysis of membrane proteins in their native environment - a paradigm in protein analysis
A. Gunnarsson, L. Simonsson, P. Jonsson, F. Hook, Chalmers University of Technology / SP Technical Research Institute of Sweden, SE
-Highly sensitive vascular endothelial growth factor biosensor based on poly-silicon-nanowire field-effect transistor
Y.C. Liu, J.T. Qiu, H.C. Chen, T.H. Lee, H.W. Yang, C.Y. Lin, M.C. Chen, H.Y. Chen, C.C. Huang, F.L. Yang, R.Y. Tsai, M.Y. Hua, Chang Gung University, TW
-Fabrication of PEG Hydrogel Microstructures in Microfluidic System for Multicellular Spheroid Formation, Culturing and Analysis
C.-Y. Fu, H.-Y. Chang, National Tsing Hua University, TW
-Selectivity study for a reagent-less and enzyme-free nanopore glucose sensor against interferences of non-glucose sugars and other substances
E.T. Chen, S-H Duh, C. Ngatchou, J.T. Thornton, P.T. Kissinger, Advanced Biomimetic Sensors, inc., US
-Frequency-selective rotation of magnetic nanoactuators for rapid and sensitive solution-based detection of biomolecules
A. Ranzoni, G. Sabatte, J.H.B. Schleipen, L.J. van I.Jzendoorn, M.W.J. Prins, Philips Research, NL
-Detection of Human and Avian Flu Viruses Using Graphenated Infrared Screen
A. Banerjee, S. Chakraborty, H. Grebel, Institution, US
-Detecting oxidation and reduction of Cytochrome c on Single Nanoparticles in Flow Using SERRS
Y. Choi, J.B. Edel, T. Albrecht, Imperial College London, UK
-Label free monitoring of a live single cell using novel scanning probe convergence technology
G.-E. Jung, M.H. Choi, Y.S. Cho, S.-J. Cho, Park Systems, KR
-A Study of Protein Filaments Sliding through Solid-State Nanopores
A. McMullen, M. Mihovilovic, D. Stein, J.X. Tang, Brown University, US
-Lighting up Individual DNA Binding Proteins with Quantum Dots
Y. Ebenstein, S. Kim, R. Lin, Y. Kim, N. Gassman, X. Michalet, S. Weiss, UCLA, US
-Platinum Bowtie Nanostructure Arrays for Massively Parallel Single Molecule Detection Based on Fluorescence Enhancement Phenomena
T. Saito, S. Takahashi, T. Obara, N. Itabashi, K. Imai, Hitachi High-Technologies Corporation, JP
-Fluorescent Nanodiamonds with Silicon-Vacancy Color Center: An Potential Cellular Biomarker
S. Singh, UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA at BIRMINGHAM, US
-Single molecule SERS leads to the observation of the intermediate form of green fluorescent protein chromophore
N.Z. Shafiq, Md. Shafayet Khurshid, A. Kaan Kalkan, Oklahoma State University, US
-Vitamin E-assisted Superparamagnetic Iron Oxide Clusters Formation for Magnetic Resonance Imaging
J-R Lai, H-C Yen, C-Y Hsu, P-S Lai, National Chung Hsing University, TW
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Cancer NanotechnologyExpo Hall
-Magnetic Nanoemulsions for Triggered Hyperthermic Chemotherapy
D.K. Nagesha, S. Ganta, M. Chamberlain, L. Moore, M. Amiji, S. Sridhar, Northeastern University, US
-Overcome the Doxorubicin Resistance by Multimodal Nanoparticles in Mice
P.-S. Lai, C.-Y. Hsu, H.-L. Lu, H.-P. Yu, W.-J. Syu, M.-J. Shieh, National Chung Hsing University, TW
-Smart fiducials with radio-sensitizer eluting nanoporous coatings for IGRT
R. Kumar, Northeastern University, US
-Multifunctional liposomes for enhanced tumor targeting.
A. Apte, E. Koren, V.P. Torchilin, Center for Pharmaceutical Biotechnology and Nanomedicine, Northeastern University, US
-Landscape Phage Fusion Protein Self-assembled with Pharmaceutical Nanocarriers for Targeted and Cytoplasmic Delivery of Chemotherapeutics to Breast Cancer Cells
T. Wang, V.A. Petrenko, V.P. Torchilin, Northeastern University, US
-Effects of Caffeic Acid Incorporated into Solid Lipid Nanoparticles in Cancer Cells
H.M. Kutlu, G. Guney, A. Iscan, L. Genc, Anadolu University, TR
-Importance of Solid Lipid Nanoparticles in Cancer Therapy
G. Guney, H.M. Kutlu, Anadolu University, TR
-Investigation of Taxol effects on morphological and micromechanical properties of human endometrial adenocarcinoma cells by AFM
K.S. Kim, C.H. Cho, J.H. Kim, Y.J. Choi, M-H Jung, K-S Yoon, J. Woo Lee, G-J Lee, G.B. Jung, H-K Park, Kyung Hee University, KR
-In-vitro testing of realgar nanoparticles for treatment of multiple myeloma cells
P. Balaz, J. Sedlak, M. Pastorek, D. Cholujova, Z. Bujnakova, Institute of Geotechnics, Slovak Academy of Sciences, SK
-Sulfur-33 Nanoparticles: An Possible Target for Neutron Capture Therapy of Cancer
I. Porras, University of Granada, ES
-Dextran-coated iron oxide nanoparticles in hyperthermia
K. Pala, A.M. Serwotka, The University of Wroclaw, PL
-Indium Phosphide : Cadmium Free Quantum Dots for Cancer Imaging and Therapy
H. Chibli, L. Carlini, S. Park, N. Dimitrijevic, J.L. Nadeau, McGill University, CA
-Cytotoxic studies of PEG functionalized ZnO Nanoparticles on MCF-7 cancer cells
C. Rodriguez Martinez, J.E. Ramirez Vick, O. Perales, S.P. Singh, University of Puerto Rico Mayaguez, US
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Nanotechnology for NeurologyExpo Hall
-Cerium Oxide Nanoparticles Protect Against MPTP-Induced Dopaminergic Neurodegeneration in a Mouse Model for Parkinson’s Disease
C.D. Dillon, M. Billings, K.S. Hockey, L. DeLaGarza, B.A. Rzigalinski, Virginia College of Osteopathic Medicine, US
-New in Vitro Strategy of Astrocytoma (Astrocytes-like) Cells Treated with Pioglitazone ( PPAR gamma agoinst) Offers Neuroprotection Against Nanoparticle-Induced Cytotoxity
Y.Y.W. Wong, A. Jaiswal, V.V. Dukhande, A. Bhushan, S.W. Leung, J.C.K. Lai, Idaho State University, US
-Ceria Nanoparticles Reduce Disease Severity in a Mouse Model of Multiple Sclerosis
W.E. DeCoteau, A.Y. Estevez, S. Leo-Nyquist, K. Heckman, K. Reed, J.S. Erlichman, St. Lawrence University, US
-Polymersomes as model of transcytosis across Blood-Brain Barrier (BBB)
X. Tian, I. Cantón, G. Battaglia, Univ of Sheffield, UK
-Molar variation of water: alkoxy in the preparation of SiO2-DA materials and its effect on dopamine release from an implantable reservoir in the brain
T. Lopez, E. Ortiz, D. Esquivel, E. Garcia, National Institute of Neurology and Neurosurgery, MX
-Non-invasive Lesion Imaging and Delivery of Nano-Therapeutics to the Ischemic Brain
A.O. Choi, F. Vaisheva, G.M. Soliman, D. Maysinger, McGill University, CA
-Celastrol-Based Nanomedicines as Modulators of Neuroinflammation
S. Boridy, E. Hutter, G. Soliman, D. Maysinger, McGill University, CA
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Environment, Health & SafetyExpo Hall
-Differential Cytotoxic Effects of Titanium Oxide Nanoparticles on Peripheral Nervous System Neural Cells
S. Lu, A.R. Jaiswal, Y.Y.W. Wong, A. Bhushan, S.W. Leung, C.K. Daniels, J.C.K. Lai, Idaho State University College of Pharmacy, US
-Assessment of comparative toxicity of nano- and microparticles of magnetite
B.A. Katsnelson, L.I. Privalova, T.D. Degtyareva, S.V. Kuzmin, M.P. Sutunkova, I.A. Minigalieva, E.P. Kireyeva, M.Y. Khodos, V.Y. Shur, E.V. Nikolaeva, I.E. Valamina, L.G. Tulakina, S.V. Pichugova, J.B. Beykin, Federal State Institution of Sciences Medical Research Center for Prophylaxis and Health Protection in Industrial Workers, RU
-Effects of Silicon Dioxide Nanoparticles on Peripheral Nervous System Neural Cell Models
A.R. Jaiswal, S. Lu, J. Pfau, Y.Y.W. Wong, A. Bhushan, S.W. Leung, C.K. Daniels, J.C.K. Lai, Idaho State University, US
-Molecular Effects of Silicon Dioxide Nanoparticles on Cell Survival Signaling of Dorsal Root Ganglion (DRG) Neurons and Schwann Cells
A. Jain, A.R. Jaiswal, S. Lu, Y.Y.W. Wong, A. Bhushan, S.W. Leung, C.K. Daniels, J.C.K. Lai, Idaho State University, US
-Monitoring volatiles and flammable gases without electronics
J.L. Martinez-Hurtado, University of Cambridge, UK
-A proposal of AC corrosion mechanism in cathodic protection
A. Brenna, M.V. Diamanti, L. Lazzari, M. Ormellese, Politecnico di Milano, IT
-Nanosilver – Why It is Still So Hot?
K.W. Lem, J.R. Haw, D.S. Lee, Z. Iqbal, A. Salama, S. Kurmaran, S. Sund, S. Curran, C. Brumlik, A. Choudhury, Konkuk University, KR
-The Development of Control Strategies and Exposure Assessment for Occupational and Environmental Exposure of Nanomaterials
S-J Tsai, M. Ellenbecker, University of Massachusetts Lowell, US
-Managing Your Environmental, Health & Safety Risk: An Guide for Nano Companies and their Insurers
P.C. Sarahan, H. Bushong, Fulbright & Jaworski L.L.P., US

Thursday June 16

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8:30Keynotes: Interactions between Nanostructures & Living SystemsRoom 206
Session chair: Fiona Case, NSTI
8:30Quantitative Bionanoscience, a Rational Basis for Understanding Nanoparticles Interactions with Living System (invited presentation)
K.A. Dawson, University College Dublin, IE
9:00Biological interactions of engineered nanomaterials - implications and novel assessment methods (invited presentation)
R. Iyer, Los Alamos National Laboratory, US
9:30TBA
T. Thomas, U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, US
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8:30Bio Nano Materials: Self assembly & applicationsRoom 210
Session chair: Giuseppe Battaglia, The University of Sheffield
8:30Interbilayer-crosslinked multilamellar vesicles: Engineering lipid vesicle nanostructure for enhanced drug and vaccine delivery (invited presentation)
D. Irvine, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, US
9:00Responsive Materials (invited presentation)
C. Lo Presti, Merck Serono, IT
9:30Polymersome nanoreactors as artificial organelles (invited presentation)
J.C.M. van Hest, S.F.M. van Dongen, W.P.R. Verdurmen, R.J.R.W. Peters, R.J.M. Nolte, R. Brock, Radboud University Nijmegen, NL
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10:30Bio Nano Materials: Novel bio nano materials and applicationsRoom 313
Session chair: Giuseppe Battaglia, The University of Sheffield
10:30New versatile nano/microstructured surfaces: Applications in anti-icing, prevention of biofouling and self-cleaning oleophobic materials (invited presentation)
J. Aizenberg, Harvard University, US
11:00Biomimetic High Filler Content Composites using Bisphenol-A Ethoxy Diacrylate
N. Daud, R.A. Shanks, RMIT University, AU
11:20Nanoviricides as Anti-Influenza Agents
A.R. Diwan, J.G. Tatake, R.W. Barton, K. Menon, Nanoviricides, Inc., US
11:40Colloido-Polymersomes: Capsules consisting of a composite layer of particles and polymer
H.C. Shum, University of Hong Kong, HK
12:00RAFT Polymerisation for delivery of bioactives
J. Chiefari, CSIRO, AU
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10:30Biosensors: General ApplicationsRoom 304
Session chair: Srinivas Iyer, Los Alamos National Labs, US
10:30From Rational Design to Probe Optimization: the Role of Nanoparticle Valency in Single Cancer Cell Detection in Blood via Magnetic Relaxation
C. Kaittanis, S. Santra, J.M. Perez, University of Central Florida, US
10:50Highly robust array of nanosensing platform for biosensing application
I. Stateikina, A. Ng, R. Chinnappan, H. liu, M. Ahmed, M. Zourob, INRS, CA
11:10Electrochemistry in nanopore/electrode structures - from pore fabrication to DNA sequencing-by-tunneling
T. Albrecht, Imperial College London, UK
11:30Bio-inspired Optoelectronic Digital Nose
M. Bayindir, A. Yildirim, M. Vural, M. Yaman, Bilkent University, TR
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10:30Environmental Health and Safety: Bio ImpactRoom 206
Session chair: Rashi Iyer, Los Alamos National Laboratory
10:30In vivo nanotoxicity assessment: the role of size, surface coating, nanostructuration and dose-metrics
G. Vecchio, A. Galeone, V. Brunetti, G. Maiorano, M.A. Malvindi, S. Sabella, R. Cingolani, P.P. Pompa, Italian Institute of Technology, IT
10:50A novel technique for toxicological characterization of engineered nanomaterials
P. Demokritou, G.A. Sotiriou, E. Diaz, J. Godleski, J. Brain, S.E. Pratsinis, Harvard University, US
11:10Cell Culture Media elicit a different dynamic Formation of Protein-NP Complexes: Effects on the Cellular Response
S. Sabella, G. Maiorano, B. Sorce, V. Brunetti, M.A. Malvindi, R. Cingolani, P.P. Pompa, Italian Institute of Technology, IT
11:30Effect of Carbon Nanotubes on Chinese Hamster Ovarian Cells
H.H. Chen, J.A. Luca, M. Chen, Point Loma Nazarene University, US
11:50Significant NIOSH Activities Specific to Carbon Nanotubes and Nanofibers
C.L. Geraci, L. Hodson, NIOSH, US
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10:30TechConnect Corporate Partnering: Venture PartneringRoom 306
Session chair: Dina Lozofsky, University of California Santa Barbara, US
10:30BASF Corporate Partnering
P. Mukherjee, BASF Venture Capital America, US
10:50Panasonic TechConnect Partnering
I. Nydick, Panasonic, US
11:10Cabot TechConnect Partnering
T. Kodas, Cabot Corporation, US
11:30Honda TechConnect Partnering
N. Sugimoto, Honda, US
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1:00TechConnect Ventures: Biotech & MedicalRoom 303
Session chair: Belen Martinez-Lopez, CaramelTech
1:00Cellanyx Diagnostics
C. Ashok, Cellanyx Diagnostics, US
1:10Quegen Biotech Co.
J.D. Lee, Quegen Biotech Co., US
1:20BIO-FD&C Co., Ltd.
S.H. Moh, BIO-FD&C Co., Ltd., KR
1:30Sharklet Technologies, Inc.
M. Spiecker, Sharklet Technologies, Inc., US
1:40NanoMedical Systems, Inc.
R. Goodall, NanoMedical Systems, Inc., US
1:50Cosmas Therapeutics Development Inc.
M. Atkin, Cosmas Therapeutics Development Inc., CA
2:00WaveGuide Corporation
L. Fritzemeier, WaveGuide Corporation, US
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1:30Nanoparticles in Imaging TechnologiesRoom 202
Session chair: J. Manuel Perez, University of Central Florida, US
1:30Nanoparticles for biomedical imaging and their potential for clinical translation (invited presentation)
H.S. Choi, J.V. Frangioni, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and Harvard Medical School, US
2:00Engineering Viral Nanoparticles as Smart Devices for Nanomedicine (invited presentation)
N.F. Steinmetz, Case Western Reserve University, US
2:30Making the Good Better: Enhancing Solution Phase Antibody/Antigen Binding with Homogeneous Magnetic Fields (invited presentation)
L. Josephson, Harvard Medical School, US
3:00TBA
M. Nahrendorf, Massachusetts General Hospital, US
3:30Pharmacokinetics and clearance properties of nano-sized particles and molecules as multi-modality imaging agents: Considerations and caveats
H. Kobayashi, NCI/NIH, US
3:50Clusters of SPIONs encapsulated in a hydrogel: An particle architecture generating a synergetic enhancement of the T2 relaxation
C. Paquet, H.W. de Haan, H.Y. Lin, B. Xiang, D.M. Leek, A. Kell, G. Tian, B. Simard, National Research Council, CA
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1:30EHS - Enviromental Monitoring, Control & RegulationRoom 206
Session chair: Rashi Iyer, Los Alamos National Laboratory
1:30Engineering Control Strategy for Nanotechnology Industry: the Performance of Filtration for Engineered Nanoparticles
S-J Tsai, M.E. Echevarría-Vega, G. Sotiriou, C. Huang, P. Demokritou, M. Ellenbecker, University of Massachusetts Lowell, US
1:50The NanoSafety Consortium for Carbon: an Industry-Driven Approach to EHS Issues
J.C. Monica Jr., Porter Wright Morris & Arthur LLP, US
2:10The Development of a Portable Arsenic Detector Based on Surface-Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy for Rapid on-Site Testing of Groundwater
Y. Wang, G. Pan, K.Q. Wang, Agiltron, Inc., US
2:30California’s Approach for safe Nanotechnologies: Second Information Call-in from Manufacturers
H-Y. Kang, S. Takatori, Cal/EPA, US
2:50Using Carbon Nanomaterials as Novel Solid-State Junctions for Reference Electrodes
G.D. O’Neil, S.P. Kounaves, N. Chaniotakis, Tufts University, US
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1:30Bio Nano Materials: Nanostructured Interfaces for Biotech IRoom 203
Session chair: Giuseppe Battaglia, The University of Sheffield
1:30Photolithographic Fabrication of Biomolecular Nanostructures (invited presentation)
G. Leggett, The University of Sheffield, UK
2:00Surface-Immobilization of Chromatographically Purified Bacteriophages for the Optimized Capture of Bacteria
R. Naidoo, A. Singh, S. Arya, B. Beadle, N. Glass, J. Tanha, C. Szymanski, S. Evoy, National Institute for Nanotechnology, University of Alberta, CA
2:20Fabrication of magnetic bio-Au nanoclusters by using SlaA-layer ghosts of Sulfolobus acidocaldarius as a template
S. Selenska-Pobell, T. Reitz, A. Geissler, T. Herrmannsdörfer, M. Merroun, Forschungszentrum Dresden Rossendorf, DE
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3:00Bio Nano Materials: Nanostructured Interfaces for Biotech 2Room 203
Session chair: Giuseppe Battaglia, The University of Sheffield
3:00Highly stable and orientationally coupled gold nanoparticle antibody conjugates for sensitivity improvement in LFIA
M. Ijeh, T. Vossmeyer, H. Weller, University of Hamburg, DE
3:20Phase Behavior and Macroscopic Processing of Single-Walled Carbon Nanotube – Lysozyme Dispersions
D.W. Horn, V.A. Davis, Auburn University, US
3:40Small Photostable Photoswitchable Quantum Dots as Nanotools for Live Cell Imaging
S.A. Díaz, T.M. Jovin, E.A. Jares-Erijman, University of Buenos Aires, CIHIDECAR, CONICET, AR
4:00Synthesis and characterization of new nanoparticles formed by milk whey proteins submitted to a thermal gelation process
J.R. Lopes, J.S.R. Coimbra, A.V.N.C. Teixeira, E.B. De Oliveira, Federal University of Viçosa, BR
4:20Hybrid silica-coated palsmonic-magnetic biomarkers
G.A. Sotiriou, A.M. Hirt, P-Y. Lozach, A. Teleki, F. Krumeich, S.E. Pratsinis, Particle Technology Laboratory, ETH Zurich, CH
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3:30Cancer Nanotechnology 4Room 206
Session chair: Mansoor Amiji, Northeastern University, US
3:30New High Conductance DEP Devices for Detection of Cancer Related DNA Nanoparticulate Biomarkers and Nanoparticles in Whole Blood
M.J. Heller, A. Sonnenberg, University of California San Diego, US
3:50Label-free Raman Micro-Spectral Imaging of the Microenvironment of PANC-1 Spheroids
T. Chernenko, R. Shah, E. Zuser, M. Diem, M. Amiji, Northeastern University, US
4:10Microfluidic System for the High-Throughput Reproducible Synthesis of Therapeutic Polymeric Nanoparticles
P.M. Valencia, M. Rhee, R. Langer, O. Farokhzad, R. Karnik, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, US
4:30Plasmonic Nanobubbles as Tunable Theranostic Agents
E. Lukianova-Hleb, P. Constantinou, B. Danysh D.S. Wagner, R.A. Drezek, J.H. Hafner, M.C. Farach-Carson, D.D. Carson, D.O. Lapotko, Rice University, US
4:50Ratiometric Tumor Hypoxia Imaging Agents based on Dual-Emissive Difluoroboron beta-Diketonate-Poly(lactic acid) Materials
G. Zhang, G.M. Palmer, M.W. Dewhirst, C.L. Fraser, University of Virginia, US
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5:00TechConnect Closing Networking, Partnering & Investment Reception (3rd Floor, Boylston Hallway)Boylston Hallway
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