Nanotech 2010

Bio Nano Materials

Nano Bio Materials

Symposium Chair

Darrin Pochan Darrin J. Pochan
Professor
Soft Matter, Associate Editor for North America
University of Delaware

Invited Speaker

Chuanbin Mao Chuanbin Mao
Assistant Professor
Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry
The University of Oklahoma
Seung-Wuk Lee Synthetic Virus-based Tissue Engineering
Seung-Wuk Lee

Assistant Professor, Department of Bioengineering
University of California, Berkeley

Symposium Sessions

Tuesday June 22

1:00 TechConnect IP Partnering: Biotech & Medical
3:30 TechConnect Corporate Partnering
3:30 US-Korea TechConnect
4:00 Poster Session and TechConnect Expo (4:00 - 6:00)
 Bio Nano Materials

Wednesday June 23

8:30 Keynotes: Release of Nanoparticles from Nanocomposites and Nano-Containing Materials
8:30 Nanotech in Health Sciences Keynotes
10:00 Networking Coffee Break
10:30 Bio Nanotechnology I
2:00 Bio Nanotechnology II
4:00 Poster Session and TechConnect Expo Reception (4:00 - 6:00) - Expo Hall
6:00 TechConnect Innovation Showcase Reception (6:00 - 8:00) - Ballroom 3rd Floor

Thursday June 24

8:30 Keynotes: Soft Nanotechnology and Colloids
8:30 Keynotes: Transformational Nanotech
10:00 TechConnect Innovation Showcase Coffee Break - Ballroom 3rd Floor
10:30 Bio Nano Materials: Modeling and Simulation Approaches
1:30 Interactions of Biomolecules with Nanostructured Surfaces
5:00 TechConnect Investment Networking Reception - Second Floor

Symposium Program

Tuesday June 22

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1:00TechConnect IP Partnering: Biotech & MedicalRoom 207 B
Session chair: Yael Weiss, Merck, US
1:00Arbitrary Arrays of Nanoparticles by Guided Self-assembly
K. Elcess, Brookhaven Science Associates, US
1:10RAFT polymerisation for drug delivery and biomedical applications
M. Fisher, CSIRO, AU
1:20Device and method for non-invasive measurement of vascular properties
B. Martin, École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne / Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, CH
1:30A novel method for non-invasive imaging of lymph node lymphangiogenesis in cancer prognostics
M. Kraak, ETH Zurich - ETH transfer, CH
1:40Nanoparticles that facilitate imaging of biological tissue and methods of forming the same
R. Sharma, Florida State University, US
1:50Imaging Molecules and cells
R. Sharma, Florida State University and TCC, US
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3:30TechConnect Corporate PartneringRoom 207 D
Session chair: Marjan Kraak, ETH Zurich, CH
3:30P&G TechConnect Partnering
S. Meller, Procter & Gamble, US
3:50Medtronic TechConnect Partnering
G. Muramoto, Medtronic, US
4:10Merck TechConnect Partnering
Y. Weiss, Merck, US
4:30GE Healthcare TechConnect Partnering
J. DeForrest, GE Healthcare, US
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3:30US-Korea TechConnectRoom 206 A
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4:00Poster Session and TechConnect Expo (4:00 - 6:00)Expo Hall
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Bio Nano MaterialsExpo Hall
-Molecular imprinted nanoPolymer nanomaterials: application in biomolecule recognition
A. Sharma, R. Sharma, Innovations and Solutions Inc., US
-Evaluation of Alumina/Hydroxyapatite Nanocomposites for Use as Bone Graft for Maxillofacial Reconstruction
C.V. Souza, M.G. Lima, E. Leal, E.M.J.A. Pallone, R.H.G.A. Kiminami, A.C.F.M. Costa, Universidade Federal de Campina Grande, BR
-Hybrid Poly(L-Lactide) (PLA) Nanofibers Incorporating POSS-Modified Multiwalled Carbon Nanotubes Prepared by Electrospinning
K-O Kim, I. Jeong, B-S Kim, Y-A Kim, I-S Kim, Shinshu University, JP
-Mechanochemical and Sonochemical Synthesis of Bio Based Nanoparticles
T.A. Hassan, V.K. Rangari, V. Fallon, Y. Farooq, S. Jeelani, Tuskegee University, US
-Mammalian cells in nanocapsules:fiber production in co-flowing ambient liquid stream
A. Sharma, R. Sharma, Innovations and Solutions Inc, US
-Novel Nano Biomaterials for Toxicity Biosensors
L. Stanciu, S. Andreescu, Y-H Won, M. Ganesana, Purdue University, US
-Multifunctional Micelles for Cancer Diagnosis, Targeting, and Therapy
G.H. Hsiue, W-H Chang, C-L Lo, H-C Tsai, C-H Tsai, C-H Chang, T-W Ou, T-C Yen, Chung Yuan Christian University, TW
-Optimization of preparation conditions for size-controlled solid lipid nanoparticles
K-O. Choi, J. Jung, J. Ryu, J. Che, S. Ko, sejong university, KP
-Agarose coating improves protein stability during sustained release
E. De Rosa, I. Yadzi, X. Liu, M. Ferrari, E. Tasciotti, UT HSC Houston, US
-Potential of Bacterial Cellulose Nanofibers Production from Agricultural Residues
Y. Dahman, Ryerson University, CA
-Mutations of cypovirus polyhedrin and applications of polyhedra to protein nanocontainers
Y. Ohtsuka, D. Nakai, F. Coulibaly, E. Chiu, P. Metcalf, H. Mori, Kyoto Institute of Technology, JP
-Preparation of Novel Ferrocene-based Shell Cross-linked Thermoresponsive Hybrid Micelles with Anti-tumor Efficacy
H. Wei, F. Dehghani, The University of Sydney, AU
-Modeling the effect of dynamic surfaces on membrane penetration
R.C. Van Lehn, A. Alexander-Katz, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, US

Wednesday June 23

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8:30Keynotes: Release of Nanoparticles from Nanocomposites and Nano-Containing MaterialsRoom 210 BC
Session chair: Tinh Nguyen, NIST, US
8:30New Aspects in Life Cycle Analysis of Nanoparticle Modified Coatings (keynote presentation)
M. Berkei, BYK-Chemie GmbH, DE
9:00Propensity of Nanoparticles to Release from Soft Furnishings (keynote presentation)
R.D. Davis, National Institute of Standards and Technology, US
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8:30Nanotech in Health Sciences KeynotesBallroom A
Session chair: Mansoor Amiji, Northeastern University, US
8:30Cancer Nanotechnology: Prospect for a New Class of Diagnostic and Therapeutic Solutions (keynote presentation)
L. Nagahara, National Cancer Institute, NIH, US
9:00Nanotechnology for the Diagnosis and Treatment of Heart, Lung, and Blood Diseases (keynote presentation)
D. Buxton, National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute, NIH, US
9:30Nanotechnology for Biomedical Imaging, Bioengineering and Regenerative Medicine (keynote presentation)
R. Hunziker, National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering, US
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10:00Networking Coffee BreakFoyer 2nd Floor
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10:30Bio Nanotechnology IRoom 201 D
Session chair: Darrin Pochan, Univ. of Delaware, US
10:30Genetically engineering biomacromolecules for nanobiotechnological applications (invited presentation)
C.B. Mao, University of Oklahoma, US
11:00Structuring Membrane Proteins as Tools in Material Science
C. Mille, R.W. Corkery, YKI, Institure for Surface Chemistry, SE
11:20Nanopore detection of nerve agent degradation products
X. Guan, J. Gupta, Q. Zhao, R.S. de Zoysa, D.A. Jayawardhana, The University of Texas at Arlington, US
11:40Invariant Component Nano-growth (ICON)
S.R. Hall, University of Bristol, UK
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2:00Bio Nanotechnology IIRoom 201 D
Session chair: Darrin Pochan, Univ. of Delaware, US
2:00Synthetic Viruses for Tissue Regenerating Bionanomaterials (invited presentation)
S-W. Lee, University of California, Berkeley, US
2:30Application of insect virus polyhedra to protein nanocontainers
H. Mori, H. Ijiri, E. Kotani, Kyoto Institute of Technology, JP
2:50New Multimodal Iron Oxide Nanoparticles as Nanotools for Cancer
F. Benyettou, I. Chebbi, Y. Lalatonne, O. Sainte-Catherine, M. Di Benedetto, M. Lecouvey, O. Seksek, L. Motte, Université Paris 13, FR
3:10Multilayer BioDerivatized Nanoparticle Composites by Electric Field Directed Self-Assembly
M.J. Heller, A.P. Hsiao, University of California San Diego, US
3:30NANOCYTES-Technology – Biomimetic nanoparticles for molecular recognition by molecular imprinting
T. Schreiber, K. Niedergall, D. Wojciukiewicz, T. Gose, C. Gruber-Traub, A. Weber, T. Hirth, G.E.M. Tovar, University of Stuttgart & Fraunhofer Gesellschaft, DE
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4:00Poster Session and TechConnect Expo Reception (4:00 - 6:00) - Expo HallExpo Hall
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6:00TechConnect Innovation Showcase Reception (6:00 - 8:00) - Ballroom 3rd FloorBallroom BC

Thursday June 24

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8:30Keynotes: Soft Nanotechnology and ColloidsRoom 303 AB
Session chair: Fiona Case, NSTI, US
8:30Photolocking of complex liquid crystal order as tool for micro- and nanostructuring (invited presentation)
D.J. Broer, Philips Research Laboratories and Eindhoven Universit, NL
9:00Interfacial microrheology of complex materials - direct visualization of stretching, flowing, yielding and healing (invited presentation)
T. Squires, University of California Santa Barbara, US
9:30Bijel capsules and triggered mixing (invited presentation)
P. Clegg, University of Edinburgh, UK
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8:30Keynotes: Transformational NanotechRoom 303 CD
Session chair: Clayton Teague, NNCO, US
8:30Nanotechnology: Path Toward Commercialization at GE
M. Butts, General Electric, US
9:00Getting the Memristor to Market
S. Williams, Hewlett Packard, US
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10:00TechConnect Innovation Showcase Coffee Break - Ballroom 3rd FloorBallroom BC
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10:30Bio Nano Materials: Modeling and Simulation ApproachesRoom 208 A
Session chair: Keith Glassford, Nanostellar, US
10:303D Molecular Theory of Solvation Coupled with MD for Nanomedical Sciences
A. Kovalenko, National Institute for Nanotechnology, CA
10:50Designing universal oligonucleotides for DNA/nanoparticle conjugates
G. Ivan, V. Grolmusz, Eotvos Lorand University, HU
11:10Effect of cytosol on the dynamic behaviours of microtubules
C.Y. Wang, C.F. Li, S. Adhikari, Swansea University, UK
11:30Biomimetic polymer materials for controlled self-healing applications
C.E. Sing, A. Alexander-Katz, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, US
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1:30Interactions of Biomolecules with Nanostructured SurfacesRoom 201 D
Session chair: Fiona Case, NSTI, US
1:30Time-Resolved Fluorescence Resonance Energy Transfer (TR-FRET) as an Analytical Tool for in situ Measurement of Adsorption and Dissociation of Proteins to Polystyrene and Semiconductor Nanoparticles (invited presentation)
S. Corry, W.L. Downey, Molecular Probes / Life Technologies, US
2:00Canceled
Canceled, Canceled, US
2:20Mechanisms of Interactions of Iron Oxide Nanoparticles with Proteins and Immune Receptors
P. Karmali, Y. Chao, E. Ruoslahti, D. Simberg, University of California San Diego, US
2:40Nanoporous Membranes for Medical Applications
R.J. Narayan, University of North Carolina and North Carolina State University, US
3:00Dry native protein assays on on 3D and 2D substrates by non-contact Laser-Induced-Forward Transfer LIFT process
S. Genov, I. Thurow, D. Riester, K. Borchers, T. Hirth, A. Weber, G.E.M. Tovar, University of Stuttgart & Fraunhofer Gesellschaft, DE
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5:00TechConnect Investment Networking Reception - Second FloorFoyer 2nd Floor

Special Symposium

Bionanotechnology, the emerging field of using biomolecular and biotechnological tools for nanostructure or nanotechnology development, provides exceptional opportunity in the design of new materials. Self-assembly of molecules is an attractive materials construction strategy due to its simplicity in application. By considering peptidic or other bio-polymer molecules in the bottom-up materials self-assembly design process, one can take advantage of inherently biomolecular attributes; intramolecular folding events, secondary structure, and electrostatic interactions; in addition to more traditional self-assembling molecular attributes such as amphiphilicty, to define hierarchical material structure and consequent properties.

Materials and inspiration from the natural world can provide strategies for building nanostructured materials for a wide range of applications areas, from sensors and low-temperature water-based catalysts to responsive materials for micro-fluidic gating or switching.

Your submissions are invited in all areas of bionanotechnology including strategies for creating novel nanostructured materials using biological inspiration and building blocks. Discussions of novel applications of bio-nano materials are particularly invited.

Topics & Application Areas

  • Bio inspiration for nanostructured materials
  • Responsive materials
  • Nanoscale design using biomolecular building blocks
  • Self assembly & application of bio nano particles
  • Novel bio nano materials
  • Modeling & simulation of bio nano materials
  • Other

Journal Submissions

Soft Matter

Soft Matter Journal

Selected Nanotech Proceedings papers will be reviewed and invited into Soft Matter. Where physics meets chemistry meets biology for fundamental soft matter research.

For consideration into Soft Matter, please select the “Submit to RSC Soft Matter Journal” button during the on-line submission procedure.

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