TechConnect World 2014 Program - Monday June 16

7:00Monday - TechConnect & National Innovation Summit RegistrationPotomac Registration Hall
8:15TechConnect World Innovation Conference and National Innovation Summit - KeynotesPotomac A
8:15TechConnect Opening Remarks (invited presentation)
M. Laudon, TechConnect, US
8:30“The Bosch You Thought You Knew” - Innovative Ways to Increase Connectivity (invited presentation)
M. Mansuetti, Bosch, President, US
9:00Partnering with Government and Corporations to Bridge the “Valley of Death” (invited presentation)
P. Antoinette, Nanocomp, CEO, US
9:30DoD Information Analysis Centers: Connecting Innovations to Defense Applications (invited presentation)
C. Zember, Defense Information Analysis Centers, US
8:30Compact Models for Future DevicesPotomac 1
Session chair: Xing Zhou, Nanyang Technology University, SG (bio)
8:30Solid State Physics View of Liquid State Chemistry (invited presentation)
B. Jie, C. Sah, Xiamen University, CN (bio)
9:00Terahertz Compact SPICE model for Simulation of Plasmonic Field Effect Transistors (invited presentation)
M. Shur, T. Ytterdal, A. Gutin, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, US (bio)
9:30Trap-induced apparent linearity of CNTFETs (invited) (invited presentation)
M. Haferlach, M. Claus, M. Schröter, TU Dresden, DE (bio)
9:00SBIR Short Course - Developing an Approved Accounting System (additional registration required)Magnolia 3
Session chair: Ed James, Jameson, Company, CPAs, US (bio)
9:00SBIR Short Course - Phase I SBIR/STTR Proposal Preparation (additional registration required)Potomac C
Session chair: Jim Greenwood, Greenwood Consulting Group, Inc., US (bio)
9:00SBIR Short Course - Phase II SBIR/STTR Proposal Preparation (additional registration required)Magnolia 2
Session chair: Mark Henry, Grow Emerging Companies LLC, US (bio)
10:00TechConnect Expo - Coffee BreakExpo Hall C
11:00Graphene: CommercializationPotomac 5
Session chair: David Burton, Vice President, Angstron Materials
11:00Commercial Graphene Applications: Current Research and Future Prospects (invited presentation)
I. Fuller, Nanoteck Instruments, US (bio)
11:25Graphene and Additive Manufacturing: Toward the Next Industrial Revolution (invited presentation)
E. Polyakova, Graphene Laboratories, Inc., US (bio)
11:50Real World Applications of Nanocomposites and Carbon Nano Materials (invited presentation)
L. Criscuolo, Zyvex Technologies, US
12:15Low-Cost High-Volume Scale Up of CVD Films and Nanomaterials for Industrial Applications (invited presentation)
K. Strobl, M. Monville, R. Singhal, S. Wright, L. Rosenbaum, CVD Equipment Corporation, US
11:00Nanoparticle Sizing & Counting IChesapeake 8-9
Session chair: Pierre Panine, Xenocs SA, France (bio)
11:00Adventures in number metrics: Regulatory nanodefinitions applied to large portfolios containing small particles (invited presentation)
W. Wohlleben, P. Mueller, BASF SE, DE (bio)
11:25Sizing Nanoparticles with X-Rays (invited presentation)
P. Hoghoj, S. Desvergne-Blenau, F. Bossan, M. Fernandez-Martinez, B. Lantz, R. Mahe, P. Panine, S. Rodrigues, Xenocs, FR (bio)
11:50Some Advances Toward Reliable Measurements of Engineered Nanoparticle Size, Size Distribution, and Number Concentration at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (invited presentation)
J. Liu, V.A. Hackley, A.J. Allen, National Institute of Standards and Technology, US (bio)
12:15Characterization of Complex Inorganic Nanoparticles by FFF-ICP-MS and Single Particle ICP-MS (invited presentation)
J.F. Ranville, M. Montano, H. Badiei, Colorado School of Mines, US (bio)
11:00Coatings & Surfaces: Hydrophobic/hydrophilic, wetting and applications IAzalea 3
Session chair: Kock-Yee Law, Research, Innovative Solutions, US (bio)
11:00Nanotextured Hemophobic Surfaces (invited presentation)
E. Loth, M.B. Lawrence, University of Virginia, US (bio)
11:30Effect of Roughness Geometry on Wetting and Dewetting of rough PDMS Surfaces (invited presentation)
M. Kanungo, S. Mettu, K-Y Law, Xerox Research Corporation, US (bio)
12:00Definitions for Hydrophilicity, Hydrophobicity and Superhydrophobicity (invited presentation)
K.Y. Law, Research and Innovative Solutions, US (bio)
11:00Inkjet Design 3D FabricationPotomac 2
Session chair: Chris Menzel, Dimatix, Inc., US (bio)
11:00The ‘Future of Printing’ or ‘Printing the Future’ - The technology bridge over printing limitations (invited presentation)
A. Batt, Photon-Jet Ltd, IS (bio)
11:25Superhydrophobic 3D Printed Surfaces by Dip-Coating
A. Milionis, C. Noyes, E. Loth, I.S. Bayer, University of Virginia, US
11:45Prototype to Production: Emerging 3D Fabrication Application Opportunities & Hurdles (invited presentation)
V. Cahill, VCE Solutions, US (bio)
12:05InkJet Architecture Design and Function (invited presentation)
C. Menzel, Dimatix, Inc., US, US
11:00Cancer Nanotechnology INational Harbor 3
Session chair: Mansoor M. Amiji, Northeastern University, US (bio)
11:00Nanoparticle Platforms for Drug and Gene Delivery (invited presentation)
S. Chen, NIBIB/NIH, US (bio)
11:30Prostate-Specific Membrane Antigen Targeted Nanoparticles for Imaging and Therapy of Prostate Cancer (invited presentation)
S. Ray, Johns Hopkins University, US (bio)
12:00Peptide-mediated intracellular delivery of inorganic nanocrystals: potential platforms for cancer therapy (invited presentation)
H. Mattoussi, Florida State University, US (bio)
10:30Compact Model PlatformsPotomac 1
Session chair: Bin Jie Binbin, Xiamen University, China (bio)
10:30The NEEDS Initiative: Connecting Materials and Devices to Circuits and Systems (invited presentation)
M. Lundstrom, Purdue University, US (bio)
11:00Developing a Common Compact Modeling Platform for Model Developers and Users (invited presentation)
L. Zhang, M. Chan, HKUST, HK (bio)
11:30RF-noise modeling in MOSFETs: excess noise, symmetry, and causality (invited presentation)
G.D.J. Smit, A.J. Scholten, R.M.T. Pijper, L.F. Tiemeijer, R. van der Toorn, D.B.M. Klaassen, P. Scheer, A. Juge, NXP Semiconductors, NL (bio)
11:00Sustainable Nano: Environmental Apps and EHS Implications INational Harbor 6
Session chair: Philip Demokritou, Harvard School of Public Health; Barbara Karn, National Science Foundation (NSF)
11:00An Overview of Nanotoxicology (invited presentation)
V. Castranova, National Institute for Occupational Safety & Health, US (bio)
11:25Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Environmental Fate and Effects of Engineered Nanomaterials (invited presentation)
G.V. Lowry, Carnegie Mellon University, US (bio)
11:50In Vitro Assessment of Nano-Cerium Oxide (nCeO2) and Nano-Ferric Oxide (nFe2O3) on Fibrogenic and Carcinogenic Potential
L. Wang, D. Davidson, T. Stueckle, R. Derk, M. Chen, G.A. Sotiriou, P. Demokritou, S. Luanpitpong, J. Ma, R.R. Mercer, V. Castranova, Y. Rojanasakul, National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, US
12:10Development of In-Vivo Screening Benchmarks for Complex Engineered Nanomaterials
S. Mahoney, M. Najera, Q. Bai, E. Burton, G. Veser, University of Pittsburgh, US
11:00Biosensors: Diagnostics & Novel Assay PlatformsPotomac 4
Session chair: Srinivas Iyer, Bioscience Division, Los Alamos National Laboratory, US (bio)
11:00Ultrasensitive and rapid immuno-detection of bacteria and protein biomarkers using field-effect enzymatic detection
S.-T. Yau, Cleveland State University, US
11:20Novel silicon microdosimeter based on 3D cylindrical structures (CANCELED)
C. Guardiola, A. Carabe-Fernández, F. Gomez, G. Pellegrini, C. Fleta, D. Quirion, M. Lozano, University of Pennsylvania, US
11:40EXIRM: A Novel Technique for Label-Free Detection of MicroRNA
Y. Wang, S. Xu, University of Houston, US
12:00Parallel optical coherence tomography imaging with space-division multiplexing
C. Zhou, A. Alex, J. Rasakanthan, Y. Ma, Lehigh University, US
11:00Photonic Devices & SystemsPotomac 3
Session chair: Loucas Tsakalakos, GE. Global Research, US (bio)
11:00MEMS-based deformable mirrors and spatial light modulators (invited presentation)
T. Bifano, Boston Micromachines Corporation, US (bio)
11:25The Impact of Fiber Laser technology on the World Wide Material Processing Markets (invited presentation)
B. Shiner, IPG Photonics Inc., US (bio)
11:50On-chip spectrometer for low-cost optical coherence tomography
A. Nitkowski, K. Preston, N. Sherwood-Droz, B. Schmidt, A. Hajian, Tornado Spectral Systems, US
11:00Advanced Manufacturing KeynotesNational Harbor 5
Session chair: Fiona Case, NSTI, US (bio)
11:00An Innovation-Driven Strategy for Advanced Manufcturing (invited presentation)
W.B. Bonvillian, MIT Washington Office, US (bio)
11:25Addressing U.S. Advanced Manufacturing and Clean Energy Technology Challenges (invited presentation)
R.W. Ivester, DOE EERE Advanced Manufacturing Office, US (bio)
11:50Chemical manufacturing challenges of advancing micro- and nanoelectronic technologies into mass production (invited presentation)
J. Dalvi-Malhotra, Brewer Science, Inc., US
12:153D printing: How emerging materials, applications, and business models will disrupt manufacturing and enhance future innovation
A.C. Vicari, Lux Research, US
11:00Carbon Capture/UtilizationChesapeake 6
Session chair: Elizabeth Burton, WESTCARB, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (bio)
11:00Overview of the U.S. DOE Carbon Capture Research and Development Program (invited presentation)
J.T. Litynski, D. Petrucci, M. Ackiewicz, U.S. DOE Office of Fossil Energy, US
11:25Pelletized silica and polyethyleneimine composites for CO2 capture via adsorption
G.P. Knowles, A.L. Chaffee, Monash University, AU
11:40Capturing and Using CO2 as Feedstock for Clean Chemical Processes Technologies
Y. Demirel, University of Nebraska Lincoln, US
11:00Energy Storage KeynotesChesapeake 4-5
Session chair: Gary Rubloff, University of Maryland, US (bio)
11:00Review of Progress in Energy Storage Systems (invited presentation)
I. Gyuk, U.S. Department of Energy, US
11:25Success in Electrochemical Energy Storage: A Battery is not just the Sum of its Parts (invited presentation)
E.S. Takeuchi, Stony Brook University, US
11:50High Voltage, High Capacity, Ambient Temperature Sodium-Based Flow Batteries (invited presentation)
L. Shaw, Illinois Institute of Technology, US
12:15Iron-Based Flow Batteries for Grid-Scale Energy Storage (invited presentation)
R. Savinell, Case Western Reserve University, US
11:00NanoNuclear Materials, Fuels, ApplicationsNational Harbor 8
Session chair: Brent M Segal, Director of Research Science and Chief Technologist (Nanosystems), Lockheed Martin (bio)
11:00Nanotech Innovation in Nuclear Technologies (invited presentation)
S. Anderson, Lockheed Martin, US
11:25What Nano can do for Nuclear with in situ Electrochemomechanical Testing (invited presentation)
J. Li, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, US (bio)
11:50Development of an Advanced Nano-structured Ferritic Alloy for Extreme Radiation Tolerance (invited presentation)
S. Maloy, M.B. Toloczko, G.R. Odette, N. Cunningham, D. Hoelzer, T.S. Byun, Los Alamos National Laboratory, US (bio)
12:15Nano-SiC / Carbon Nanotubes Composites : Elaboration and Thermomechanical Properties
B. Lanfant, Y. Leconte, G. Bonnefont, V. Garnier, Y. Jorand, G. Fantozzi, M. Pinault, M. Mayne-L’Hermite, N. Herlin-Boime, CEA, FR
12:35Bulk-Size Transparent Gadolinium Oxide-Polymer Nanocomposites for Gamma Ray Scintillation
Q. Chen, W. Cai, T. Hajagos, D. Kishpaugh, C. Liu, N. Cherepy, A. Dooraghi, A. Chatziioannou, S. Payne, Q. Pei, University of California, Los Angeles, US
11:00NanocompositesNational Harbor 7
Session chair: Thomas E. Twardowski, Integra Life Sciences Corporation (bio)
11:00Processing of Composites of Polymers and Nanoparticles (invited presentation)
T. McNally, University of Warwick, UK (bio)
11:25Polymer Based Continuous Offset Printing
J. Mead, C. Barry, University of Massachusetts Lowell, US
11:50Extremely Flexible and Stretchable Carbon Nanotube Composites for Conformal Electronic Devices
C.W. Landorf, J. Alford, J. Garrison, S. Gibbons, W-S Shih, B.J. Leever, J.D. Berrigan, Brewer Science, Inc., US
11:00The Future of Transportation: BASF Special SessionNational Harbor 2
11:00M. Minnichelli, BASF, US
11:20P. Vogt, Momentive, US
11:40TBA, Ingersoll Rand, US
12:00C. Chase, Lockheed Martin, US
11:00Innovation: Patenting High Tech: Tools, trends & legal developmentsChesapeake 7
-C. Kallinger, European Patent Office, DE
-R. Harrison, 24ip law Group, DE
-TBA, K&L Gates, US
-M. Patterson, Graphene Frontiers, US
-R. Pugno, European Patent Office, DE
12:00Networking Lunch (for purchase) - Expo HallExpo Hall C
1:30Graphene IIPotomac 5
Session chair: Lance Criscuolo, President, Zyvex Technologies
1:30Increased Tensile Strength of Carbon Nanotube Yarns and Sheets through Chemical Modification and Electron Beam Irradiation (invited presentation)
S.G. Miller, T.S. Williams, J.S. Baker, F. Solá, M. Lebron-Colon, L.S. McCorkle, N.G. Wilmoth, J. Gaier, M. Chen, M.A. Meador, NASA Glenn Research Center, US (bio)
1:55A New Industrially Relevant Solvent Exfoliation Route to Graphene
A. Goodwin, C. Van Fleet, K. Paton, P. Ladislaus, Thomas Swan & Co. Ltd., UK
2:15Synthesis of nano carbons using plasma reactor
C. Paukner, K. Juda, D. Pennington, A. Clayton, K. Koziol, Cambridge Nanosystems Ltd., UK
2:35Soluble Graphene Hybrid Composite (GHC) by Physical Functionalization
T.M. Le, H. Dinh, D. Dinh, K.C. Nguyen, T.T. Nguyen, G.V. Le, DHK GRAPHENOLOGIES LLC, US
2:55Interlayer interaction and disorder in Few Layer Graphene (FLG) powders prepared by fluidized bed chemical vapor deposition
R. Bacsa, Ph. Serp, P. Lecante, E. Pavlenko, I. Cameán, A. Ramos, A.B. Garcia, W.S. Bacsa, University of Toulouse, FR (bio)
3:35Graphene Based Materials for Non-Linear Optical Applications and Ultrafast Laser Applications at 2 Microns
A.A. Murray, W. Blau, Trinity College Dublin, IE
1:30Nanoparticle Sizing & Counting IIChesapeake 8-9
Session chair: Pierre Panine, Xenocs SA, France (bio)
1:30Methods to Measure the Particle Size Distribution of Nanoparticles in Complex Matrices (invited presentation)
L. Calzolai, D. Gilliland, F. Rossi, Joint Research Center. European Commission, IT (bio)
1:55Development of a new method for the traceability of the nanoparticle size measurements by AFM and SEM (invited presentation)
N. Feltin, A. Delvallée, S. Ducourtieux, C. Ulysse, Laboratoire national de métrologie et d'essais, FR (bio)
2:20Counting and measuring micro and nano particles by using Fourier Interferometric Imaging
S. Saengkaew, A. Garo, S. Meunier-Guttin-Cluzel, G. Grehan, UMR CNRS 6614/CORIA, FR
2:40Evaluation of the potential of single particle ICP-MS to assess the influence of the coating on the stability of AuNPs
A.R. Montoro Bustos, M.R. Winchester, E.J. Petersen, National Institute of Standards and Technology, US
3:00Monitoring Strategy for Characterization of Airborne Nanoparticles
J. Niu, P. Rasmussen, R. Magee, G. Nilsson, Health Canada, CA
1:30Coatings & Surfaces: Hydrophobic/hydrophilic, wetting and applications IIAzalea 3
Session chair: Kock-Yee Law, Research, Innovative Solutions, US (bio)
1:30Durable Icephobic Coatings
J. Constantinou, A. Panwar, S. Mitra, T. Nahum, M. Wagner, H. Dodiuk, C. Barry, S. Kenig, J. Mead, University of Massachusetts Lowell, US
1:50Bio-Inspired Multi-gradient Structure Surfaces for Water Collection/Repellency
Y. Zheng, Beihang University, CN
2:103D Printered and Plasma Treated Superhydrophobic Mesh Filters for Oil-water Separation
H.J. Lee, W. Jo, S. Lee, M.-W. Moon, Korea Institute of Science and Technology, KR
2:30Droplet actuation and droplet mobility manipulation on porous media by means of backpressure control
N. Vourdas, V.N. Stathopoulos, Technological Educational Institute of Sterea Ellada, GR
2:50VitreOx™: A Super-hydrophilic Thin Fluid Film Device (TFFD™) Medical Accessory to Eliminate Fogging on Surgical Lenses
A.J. Orr, C.F. Watson, N. Herbots, E.J. Culbertson, A.J. Acharya, S.D. Whaley, M. Matiski, R.B. Bennett-Kennett, A.M. Murphy, Arizona State University/SiO2 Nanotech, LLC., US
1:30Inkjet Design, Materials & FabricationPotomac 2
Session chair: Chris Menzel, Dimatix, Inc., US (bio)
1:30Printed electronics in Italy: from research to business (invited presentation)
A. Chiolerio, Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia, IT (bio)
1:55Fabrication of Active Digital Microfluidic Paper Chips with Inkjet-printed Patterned Electrodes and their Point-of Care Biomedical Application
H. Ko, J. Lee, Y. Kim, Y. Kee, K. Kim, C-H Jung, J-H Choi, O-S Kwon, K. Shin, Sogang University, KR
2:15Simulation of desolvated self-assembly in a picoliter drop of colloidal solution by dissipative particle dynamics
P. Lebedev-Stepanov, Photochemistry Center, RU
2:35Innovations in Inkjet Analysis
P. Best, ImageXpert Inc., US
2:55Large volume continuous synthesis of metal oxide nanoparticle inks toward inkjet printed TFT devices
P.N. Gooden, C. Crawshaw, S. Butterworth, S. Oertel, M.P.M. Jank, Promethean Particles Ltd, UK
1:30Cancer Nanotechnology IINational Harbor 3
Session chair: Mansoor M. Amiji, Northeastern University, US (bio)
1:30Mitochondria-targeted Delivery Systems (invited presentation)
S. Dhar, The University of Georgia, US (bio)
2:00Nano”solutions” for Cancer (invited presentation)
M. Kester, University of Virginia, US (bio)
2:30Tumor-Targeted Nanotherapeutics (invited presentation)
T. Minko, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, US (bio)
3:00Magnetic Nanophosphors for Cancer Theranostics (invited presentation)
R. Bhargava, Nanocrystals, Inc., US (bio)
3:30Nanoparticles and the Immune System (invited presentation)
M.A. Dobrovolskaia, Nanotechnology Characterization Laboratory, Advanced Technology Program, US (bio)
1:30Materials for Sustainability & EfficiencyAzalea 2
Session chair: YuanQiao Rao, Dow Chemical Company, US (bio)
1:30Sustainable Materials for Consumer Product Applications (invited presentation)
J.H. Wang, G. Wideman, A.F. Chen, Kimberly-Clark Corporation, US (bio)
1:55Turning Bioplastics into Commercial Reality: The Coca-Cola Company's Global PlantBottle(r) Program (invited presentation)
S. Vitters, Coca-Cola, US
2:20Organosolv Lignin as Additive for Polymers
A. Manesh, American Science and Technology, US
2:40Reinventing Plastic recycling
B. Wang, Stanford University, US
1:30Modeling, Simulation and InformaticsChesapeake 10-12
Session chair: Michael Makowski, PPG Industries R&D (bio)
1:30The Materials Genome Initiative, Data, and Open Science (invited presentation)
J.A. Warren, National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), US (bio)
1:55Stalking the Materials Genome: A Data-Driven Approach to the Virtual Design of Optimized Polymer Materials (invited presentation)
C.M. Breneman, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, US (bio)
2:20Computational Approach of Thermodynamic Fragmentation Applied to Formulating Badly Soluble Actives (invited presentation)
J.G.E.M. Fraaije, M. Bulacu, R.S. Gracia, S. Nath, University of Leiden, NL
2:45Allosteric pathway formation in globin proteins explored with network analysis models
J. Pfeffer and K.N. Woods, Carnegie Mellon University, US
3:05Elastic Strain Engineering for Unprecedented Materials Properties
J. Li, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, US
1:30Photonic SensorsPotomac 3
Session chair: Loucas Tsakalakos, GE Global Research, US (bio)
1:30Applications and Industry/University Cooperative Research and Development of Metamaterials (invited presentation)
D. Crouse, City University of New York (CUNY), US (bio)
1:55Low-Cost Sensing Platforms Based on Tunable 1D Photonic Crystals Integrated with Organic Light-Emitting Diodes and Photodetectors
I. Pavlichenko, A.T. Exner, P. Lugli, G. Scarpa, B.V. Lotsch, Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich, DE
2:15Plasmon enhanced silver quantum cluster fluorescence for biochemical applications
S. Bernard, J.P. Kutter, K.B. Mogensen, Technical University of Denmark, DK
2:35Premises of Communication and Processing on Photons in Natural and Engineered Systems: Implication to Science and High-Technology Market
N. Nuzdina, Z. Mansurov, E. Aliyev and S.E. Lyshevski, Rochester Institute of Technology, US
2:55A snapshot hyperspectral image sensor
M. Willems, imec, BE
3:15Potential active sites for catalysis revealed by in situ measurement of localized surface plasmon resonance in metal nanoparticles
P.A. Lin, J.M. Kohoutek, H. Lezec, R. Sharma, National Institute of Standards and Technology, US
1:30Sustainable Nanomanufacturing INational Harbor 2
Session chair: Ahmed Busnaina, NSF Nanoscale Science and Engineering Center for High-rate Nanomanufacturing (bio)
1:30Frontiers of Nanomanufacturing (invited presentation)
J.A. Liddle, National Institute of Standards and Technology, US (bio)
1:55The 2014 NCMS-NSF Survey of Nanotechnology in the U.S. Manufacturing Industry
M. Mehta, National Center for Manufacturing Sciences (NCMS), US
2:15Nanomanufacturing: The Making of the Materials Revolution (invited presentation)
T. Earles, Lockheed Martin Corporation, US (bio)
2:40Nanoscale Offset Printing (invited presentation)
A. Busnaina, NSF Nanoscale Science and Engineering Center for High-rate Nanomanufacturing (NSEC), Northeastern University, US (bio)
3:30Continuous Extrusion Process for Preparation of Polymer Nanocomposites
J.D.M. Shearer, C.M.F. Barry, J. Mead, University of Massachusetts Lowell, US
3:05TBA (invited presentation)
M. Lilly, Northrop Grumman Corporation, US (bio)
3:50Environmental Net Benefit of Quantum Dot Components for Displays (invited presentation)
S. Coe-Sullivan, QD Vision, US (bio)
1:30Compact Model Tutorial: Modeling MOSFETs – Ballistic to DiffusivePotomac 1
Session chair: Mark Lundstrom, Purdue University, US (bio)
The research challenges for MOSFETs today are about scaling below 10 nm channel lengths where traditional, textbook MOSFET theory must be questioned. Using simple models that have been backed-up by rigorous quantum mechanical simulations, this tutorial will show that the essential physics of very small MOSFETs can be simply understood. We begin with a discussion of the ballistic MOSFET and then discuss how carrier scattering affects the performance. We will explain why silicon MOSFETs operate surprisingly close to the ballistic limit – in spite of a large amount of scattering - and show that III-V HEMTs operate essentially at the ballistic limit. The reason why traditional concepts such as mobility and saturation velocity continue to have relevance will be discussed, and new concepts, like “ballistic mobility” and “injection velocity” will be introduced. Although the approach used in this tutorial appears to be much different from traditional MOSFET theory, we will show that it is easily related to the traditional approach. Finally, the application of this model in the analysis of experimental data will be discussed.
1:30Sustainable Nano: Environmental Apps and EHS Implications IINational Harbor 6
Session chair: Charles L. Geraci, Jr., National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health; Wendel Wohlleben, BASF Advanced Materials
1:30Sustainable Nanotechnology: Defining, Measuring and Teaching the Emerging Field (invited presentation)
I. Linkov, US Army Engineer Research and Development Center, US (bio)
1:55SUN: Paving sustainable nano-innovation through lifecycle risk assessment, prevention and management (invited presentation)
A. Marcomini, D. Hristozov, K. Alstrup Jensen, V. Stone, J. Scott-Fordsmand, B. Nowack, A. Costa, O. Panzer, M. Dalla Valle, T. Fernandes, W. Wohlleben, T. Wilkins, University Ca' Foscari Venice, IT (bio)
2:20Outwitting the uncertainty of nanotechnology risks through environmental life cycle assessment
J. Steevens, M. Chappell, D. Janzen, D. Edwards, W. Shih, US Army Engineer Research and Development Center, US
2:40Analytical Tools for Identifying Better Paths Toward Sustainable Nanotechnology
M.E. Bates, I. Linkov, Z.A. Collier, US Army Engineer Research and Development Center, Environmental Lab, US
3:00Engineering Safer-By-Design Transparent, UV-Blocking ZnO Nanorods with Reduced DNA Damage Potential
G.A. Sotiriou, C. Watson, K.M. Murdaugh, G. Pyrgiotakis, P. Demokritou, Harvard University, US
3:20Potential artifacts when evaluating the ecotoxicological effects of nanomaterials
E.J. Petersen, T.B. Henry, J. Zhao, R.I. MacCuspie, T.L. Kirschling, B. Xing, M.A. Dobrovolskaia, V. Hackley, J.C. White, National Institute of Standards and Technology, US (bio)
3:40In vitro Model for Identifying Subchronic Carbon Nanotube Exposure and Lung Cancer Gene Markers
T. Stueckle, D. Davidson, R. Derk, T. Meighan, V. Castranova, Y. Rojanasakul, L. Wang, National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, US
4:00Nanocellulose - Evaluation of the full spectrum of workplace health and safety
A.C. Eastlake, C.L. Geraci, CDC/NIOSH, US (bio)
1:30Biosensors: Nanoparticles & Imaging technologyPotomac 4
Session chair: Srinivas Iyer, Bioscience Division, Los Alamos National Laboratory, US (bio)
1:30Adjusting the MRI contrast by formation of defined SPIO clusters
J. Niehaus, S. Becker, H. Kloust, H. Weller, Center for Applied Nanotechnology, DE
1:50Head-to-Head Comparison of Fibromicellar, Spherical micellar, Polymeric and Small Molecule MRI-Contrast Agents
L.M. Randolph, C.L.M. LeGuyader, M.E. Hahn, C.M. Andolina, R.F. Mattrey, J.E. Millstone, M. Botta, M. Scadeng, N.C. Gianneschi, University of California, San Diego, US
2:10FIRMS: A Novel Technique for Magnetic Molecular Imaging
L. De Silva, Q. Hu, Y. Wang, S.-J. Xu, University of Houston, US
2:30Synthetic LNA/DNA Nano-scaffolds for Highly Efficient Diagnostics of Nucleic Acids and Autoimmune Antibodies
I.K. Astakhova, University of Southern Denmark, DK
2:50Advanced NIR SERS Active Nanoprobes Toward In Vivo Multiplex Detection
Y-S Lee, Seoul National University, KR
3:10Fluorescence-Raman Endomicroscopic Imaging System for Mu
D.H. Jeong, Seoul National University, KR
3:30Analysis and Simulation of Rare Cell Detection and Size Based Profiling Using Coupled Micro-Hall Detectors
R.W.R.L. Gajasinghe, A. Gabriel, O. Tigli, University of Miami, US
1:30Carbon Capture/UtilizationChesapeake 6
Session chair: Robert Quinn (bio)
1:30Carbon Utilization to Meet Climate Change Goals (invited presentation)
E. Burton, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, US
1:55Reducing Cost of CO2 Capture with Enzymes (invited presentation)
A. Zaks, Akermin, Inc., US (bio)
2:20Unlocking the potential of CO2 conversion to fuels and chemicals as an economically viable route to CCR
R. Masel, R. Ni, Z. Lu, Q. Chen, L. Nereng, D. Lutz, K. Lewinski, Dioxide Materials, US
2:40A Brief Overview of the U.S. DOE-FE, Clean Energy Systems, Office of Crosscutting Research/Advanced Energy Systems
D. Archer, U.S. Dept. of Energy, US
1:30Energy Storage DeploymentChesapeake 4-5
Session chair: Imre Gyuk, U.S. Department of Energy (bio)
1:30Transforming India's Energy infrastructure: A 20 GW opportunity for energy storage & microgrids
R.S. Walawalkar, V. Walimbe, R. Chintapalli, Customized Energy Solutions India Pvt. Ltd., IN
1:50Market Evaluation for Energy Storage in the United States
Z. Strong, Copper Development Association, US
2:10Analytics for Economical Deployment of Energy Storage
M. Kintner-Meyer, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, US
2:30Transforming the Way Power is Produced on the Battlefield and the Oil Field
D. Moorehead, Earl Energy, US
2:50Advanced Thermal Management Materials and Strategies for Packaging High Rate Cylindrical Cells and Battery Packs
H. Yang, P.S. Dimick, B.J. Tatarchuk, IntraMicron Inc., US
1:30Advanced Water TechnologiesNational Harbor 8
Session chair: Armin Volkel, Palo Alto Research Center (PARC), US (bio)
1:30Reducing Energy Footprint of a Waste Water Treatment Plant by Increasing Harvesting Efficiency of Solids following Primary Clarification
A.R. Völkel, C.D. Lancaster, N. Chang, A. Kole, M. Stephenson, PARC, A Xerox Company, US
1:50Sustainable Approach for Biological Desalination of Seawater Using Microalgae
E. Sahle-Demessie, A.A. Hassan, A. Zhao, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, US
2:10IMET Wastewater Treatment and Reuse Technology
M.A. Gencer, P.M. Zakriski, K.E. Gencer, IMET Corporation, US
2:30Innovative Treatment of Shale Fracturing Flowback and Produced Water for Reuse or Discharge
B. Pakzadeh, B. Mastin, B. Chatterton, A. Vaillancourt, J. Renew, J. Wos, D. Philbrook, J. Min, C. Wardle, Southern Research Institute, US
2:50A Comparative Study on Sorption of As (V) ions on Hematite, Goethite and Magnetite Nanoparticles
H.I. Adegoke, F.A. Adekola, O.S. Fatoki, B.J. Ximba, University of Ilorin, NG
3:10Graphene/carbon nanotube hydrogels and aerogels for selective removal of oils and organic contaminants
S. Kabiri, D.N.H. Tran, D. Losic, The University of Adelaide, AU
3:30Effect of Support Structure on Permeance of Thin Film Composite Membranes
K. Ponnuru, H. Lin, E.P. Furlani, SUNY Buffalo, US
3:50Wettability of Carbon-Based Materials used for Selective Aqueous Filtration Media
D.J. Burnett, A.R. Garcia, R.E. Rogers, Surface Measurement Systems, Ltd., US
1:30Novel NanocompositesNational Harbor 7
Session chair: Thomas E. Twardowski, Integra Life Sciences Corporation (bio)
1:30Nanodiamond for Advanced Composites (invited presentation)
V.N. Mochalin, Drexel University, US (bio)
1:55New Generation Nanogold and Nanosilver Polymer Composites and Their Applications (invited presentation)
J.H. Johnston, M. Parry, Victoria University of Wellington, NZ
2:20Inducing Polymer Interphase Formation in the Composite at Low Nano-Carbon Loading
K. Song, M.L. Minus, Northeastern University, US
2:40Low-cost scalable production and applications of single-walled carbon nanotubes
M. Predtechenskiy, OCSiAl LLC (OCSiAl Group), US
3:00Using Magnetic Impact Coating Technique to Prepare Carbon Nanotube-Reinforced Polymer Nanocomposites
K.A. Narh, New Jersey Institute of Technology, US
3:20Flame retardant Polypropylene nanocomposites: Catalytic and synergistic effects between maleic anhydride grafted Polypropylene and cobalt nanoparticles
Q. He, Lamar University, US
3:40Influence of nanofillers in enhancing thermal stability and flame retardancy of halogen-free polypropylene composites
K.K.G. De Silva, S. Ray, M. Taylor, D. Bhattacharyya, University of Auckland - Product Accelerator, NZ
1:30Innovation Spotlights: Bio-Pharma: Roche & Xterra PartnersNational Harbor 4
Session chair: Lynn Foster, BPT Pharma, US
1:30Roche - Strategic Innovation Interests
M. Wetzel, Roche, US
1:45Xterra Partners - Strategic Innovation Interests
S. Rader, Xterra Partners, US
2:00Next Generation Point-of-Care Biosensing Device
D. Brookes, Aston University, UK
2:07Epigel
F. Renò, Epinova Biotech SrL, IT
2:14Cardiac Regenerative Therapy
H. Chaudhry, VentriNova, Inc., US
2:21The Rhodobacter Membrane Protein Expression System
C. Claxton, Argonne National Laboratory, US
2:28Roche, Xterra Partners Q&A
1:30Innovation Spotlights: Materials & Transportation: Sherwin Williams & BASFNational Harbor 5
Session chair: Joel Marquis, Angel Capital Association, US
1:30Opening Remarks-Angel Investments in Materials & Transportation
J. Marquis, Angel Capital Association, US
1:40BASF-Strategic Innovation Interests
M. Gulbinska, BASF, US
1:55Sherwin Williams - Strategic Innovation Interests
M. Cameron, Sherwin Williams, US
2:10AC3B technology
R. Le Van Mao, AC3B Technologies Ltd., CA
2:17A modular active flow control system for aerodynamic drag reduction in ground freight transportation
D. Menicovich, Actasys Inc, US
2:24Micronozzle Atomizer
T. Miller, Oregon State University, Microproducts Breakthrough Institute, US
2:31Nanofluids for lubricant and cooling applications
M. Gonzales, Tecnologico de Monterrey, MX
2:38Next Generation Low Cost Light Weight Composite Technology
S. Lewit, Structural Composites, Inc, US
2:45Sherwin Williams, BASF Q&A
3:00Innovation Spotlights: Energy-Efficiency: Bosch & Ingersoll RandNational Harbor 5
Session chair: Goran Matijasevic, UC Irvine, US
3:00Bosch - Strategic Innovation Interests
A. Kojic, Bosch, US
3:15Ingersoll Rand - Strategic Innovation Interests
L. Adifon, Ingersoll Rand, US
3:30Rechargeable Zinc-Air Battery System
S. Bagheri, University of Waterloo, CA
3:37Improved High Temperature Electrolyte for Fuel Cells
P. Dowd, Arizona Technology Enterprises, US
3:44High Density Surface Nanotextures for Broadband, Omnidirectional Antireflection
K. Elcess, Brookhaven National Laboratory, US
3:51Supercritical CO2 Brayton for Compact High Efficiency Power Generation
G. Rochau, Sandia National Laboratories, US
3:58Bosch, Ingersoll Rand Q&A
3:30SBIR Agency Program Presentations, (3:30 - 5:15) ALL Attendees Encouraged to JoinExpo Hall Theater
3:30TBD, Department of the Navy, SBIR/STTR Program Office, US
3:37TBD, Department of the Air Force, SBIR/STTR Program Office, US
3:44TBD, Department of the Army, US
3:51TBD, Department of Homeland Security, S&T Directorate, US
3:58TBD, Department of Defense, SOCOM, US
4:05TBD, Department of Defense, ASD(R&E), US
4:12TBD, NIH, Office of the Director (OD), SBIR/STTR Office, US
4:19TBD, Department of Energy, US
4:26TBD, NSF, Industrial Innovation and Partnerships Division, US
4:33TBD, Department of Commerce, NOAA, US
4:40TBD, Department of Education, US
4:47TBD, EPA, US
4:54TBD, NASA SBIR/STTR, US
5:01TBD, USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture, US
3:30SBIR Agency Roundtables, Expo Hall Theater (3:30 - 5:15) ALL Attendees Encouraged to JoinExpo Hall C
-DARPA, Small Business Program Office
-Department of Commerce, NOAA
-Department of Defense, OSD Office of Small Business Programs
-Department of Defense, OSD ASD(R&E)
-Department of Education, Institute of Education Sciences
-Department of Energy
-Department of Homeland Security
-Department of the Army
-Department of the Air Force
-Department of the Navy
-Department of Transportation, Volpe Center
-Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
-MDA Advanced Research
-NASA
-National Science Foundation (NSF)
-Small Business Administration
-USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture
-NIH, National Cancer Institute (NCI)
-NIH, National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI), DERA/OTAC
-NIH, National Institute of Neurological Disorders & Stroke (NINDS)
-NIH, Office of the Director
3:30Compact Model Tutorial: The Solid State Physics View of Liquid State Chemistry – Semiconductor Compact Modeling of Liquids (quasi-Protons for quasi-Electrons and quasi-Impuritons for quasi-Impuritrons)Potomac 1
Session chair: Bin Jie Binbin and Tom Sah Chihtang, Xiamen University, China
5:15The Best in SBIR/STTR: Tibbetts Awards & SBIR/STTR Hall of Fame, Expo Theater, Hall CExpo Hall C
4:30TechConnect Poster Session I & ReceptionExpo Hall C
Nanoscale Materials Characterization I - Posters 4:30Expo Hall C
-X-ray Reflectometry of Planar Nanoheterostructures:a New Model-less Approach
V.V. Ustinov, Yu.A. Babanov, Yu.A. Salamatov, Institute of Metal Physics, RU
-Single Crystalline Micrometric Iron Oxide Particles with Superparamagnetic Behaviour for MRI Apllications
M.L. Kiss, M. Chirita, C.A. Beljung, R. Polanek, C. Savii, A. Ieta, A. Ionut Mihaila Chirita, State University of New York at Oswego, US
-Analysis of density waves in CdSe, SiC, and diamond nanocrystals by application of NanoPDF software package to experimental Pair Distribution Functions
S. Stelmakh, W. Palosz, S. Gierlotka, K. Skrobas, B. Palosz, Institute of High Pressure Physics PAS, PL
-Circular dichroism spectroscopy of Lysozyme-Silver Nanoparticles complex
S. Ashrafpour, T. Tohidi Moghadam, B. Ranjbar, Tarbiat Modares University, IR
-Nanostructure of Interfaces and Giant Magnetoresistance of Co/Cu Superlattices
S.A. Chuprakov, S.V. Verhovsky, T.P. Krinitsina, N.S. Bannikova, I.V. Blinov, M.A. Milyaev, V.V. Popov, V.V. Ustinov, Institute of Metal Physics, RU
-Investigation of the In2O3 oxide grown by electron beam on the In metal and on the InP(100)
K. Hamaida, M. Bouslama, M. Ghaffour, A. Ouerdane, Z. Lounis, A. Assaili, A. Nouri, F. Besahraoui, university of temouchent, DZ
-Highly Ordered Nanostructured Magnetite and Maghemite of Micrometric Sized and Rhombohedral Habit
M.L. Kiss, A. Ercuta, M. Chirita, C. Savii, A. Ieta, SUNY Oswego, US
-Fast and Facile Synthesis of Stable and Biocompatible Silver nanoparticles Stabilized by Polyethylene Glycol
S. Jain, S. Singh, S. Pillai, Alabama State University, US
-Non-contacting Residual Stress Measurement by Thermoelasticity
S.-J. Lin, Y.-C. Chou and H.-H. Li, National Kaohsiung University of Applied Sciences, TW
Composite Materials - Posters 4:30Expo Hall C
-Mesoporous silica - A novel silicate source for tuning the color of SrCaSiO4:Eu2+ phosphor
S. Gandhi, D-S Shin, K. Jang, Changwon National University, KR
-Peculiar polymer dynamics in PMMA/SWNT composites
Rana Ashkar, Ramanan Krishnamoorti, Paul Butler, Madhusudan Tyagi, Antonio Faranone and Mansour Abdulbaki, National Institute of Standard and Technology, US
-Thermoelectric properties of nanocomposite Bi2Te3 layers prepared by PLD
R. Zeipl, M. Jelinek, M. Vlčekb, T. Kocourek, J. Vanišc, Institute of Physics ASCR, CZ
-Ethylene Vinyl Acetate - Cloisite Nanocomposite Membranes and their Gas Separation Behavior
A.R. Ramadan, A.M.K. Esawi, A. Abdel-Hafiz, C. Charmette, A. Ayral, The American University in Cairo, EG
-Strain Tunable Resin and Coating Technology for Next Generation Composites
S.M. Lewit, Structural Composites, Inc, US
-CNT/UHMWPE Nanocomposites for EMI shielding Applications
M.H. Al-Saleh, Jordan University of Science and Technology, JO
-Sustainable and high-performable nano-structured biopackaging materials
M. Božič, M. Majerič, V. Kokol, University of Maribor, SI
-Natural polyphenols as pro-ecological antioxidants and pigments for polymer composites
A. Masek, M. Zaborski, Lodz University of Technology, PL
-Degradability of polymeric composites (ENR/PLA) from renewable resources
A. Masek, M. Zaborski, Lodz University of Technology, PL
-Cellulose acetylation by functional monomers used as a potential way for the development of non-biocidal wood treatments
F. Lhumeau, LPIM, FR
-Fabrication of Thermoplastic Nanocellulose Composite Material
D.-Y. Lim, J.-A. Lee, K.-K. Kim, Korea Institute of Industrial Technology, KR
-Photocatalytic Silver/Silver Halide Polymer Nanocomposites
E. Tate, J.H. Johnston, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand, NZ
-Leading a new wave of affordable nanofibre technology
T. Dougherty, M. McCurdy, J. Kennedy, K.K.G. De Silva, University of Auckland - Product Accelerator, NZ
-Magnetic Polypropylene Nanocomposites for Electromagnetic Interference Shielding
Q. He, Lamar University, US
-Determination of Nanostructural Changes by Severely Plastically Deformed Oxide Dispersion Strengthened Copper Alloy
N. Romčević, M. Kos, I. Anžel, R. Rudolf, M. Gilić, M. Romčević, M. Petrović Damjanović, U. Ralević, B. Hadžić, Institute of Physics, RS
-Mechanical and Rheological Properties of Highly Saturated Nitrile Rubber and Nitrile Rubber with Different Nanofillers
M. De Jesús Vega, N. Warasitthinon, W. Peng, L. Fang, J. Shearer, A. Panwar, C. Barry, J. Mead, University of Massachusetts Lowell, US
Polymer Nanotechnology - Posters 4:30Expo Hall C
-Thermo-mechanical and differential calorimetric study of the grapheme oxide impregnated EPDM rubber nanocomposites
S.S. Iqbal, N. Iqbal, A. Maqsood, T. Jamil, National University of Sciences and Technology (NUST), PK
-Preparation, Structural and Ionic conductivity studies of electrospun polymer blend P(VdF-co-HFP)/PMMA electrolyte membrane for lithium battery
O. Padmaraj, B. Nageshwar Rao, M. Venkateswarlu, N. Satyanarayana, Pondicherry University, IN
-Synthesis of Spinel LiMn2O4 Nanoparticles and Nanorods for Li-ion Battery
B. Nageswara Rao, K. Hariprasad, B.A. Shah, M. Venkateswarlu, V. Madhusudana Rao, N. Satyanarayana, Pondicherry university, IN
-Formation of complex nanoparticles from a spherical protein (BSA) and two polycations (PDL with two molecular weights) using coacervation method of the polyelectrolytes
L. Maldonado, R. Sadeghi, J. Kokini, Purdue University, US
-A Novel Application Technique for Polymer Nanofibers in the Construction Industry
A.L. Araya, R.F. Vargas, R. Cuevas, J.S. Chaves, Instituto Tecnologico de Costa Rica, CR
-Conducting Polymers as Additives for Paints and Primers
G.M. Newbloom, V. Hrechka, D.C. Pozzo, PolyDrop, LLC, US
-A Study of the Effect of Al2O3 Nanoparticles on the Cure behavior of Bisphenol A Epoxy Resin
S.F. Halim, National Institute for Standards, EG
-Dynamics of the Formation of Micellar Gels: Molecular Dynamics Simulations
Z. Wang, E.E. Dormidontova, University of Connecticut, US
Modeling, Simulation & Informatics - Posters 4:30Expo Hall C
-Modeling of Graphene Functionalization by F- and FHF- Ions from Associates with Water Molecules
N.А. Lvova, О.Yu. Ananina, Technological Institute for Superhard and Novel Carbon Materials, RU
-Molecular Dynamics Simulations of Polytetrafluoroethylene at Glassy Transition Temperature
R. Al-Nsour, Virginia Commonwealth University, US
-Alkali Halide Nanoclusters: Structure, Stability, Properties and Mechanism of Formation
A.V. Henkes, F. Fantuzzi, M.A.C. Nascimento, Instituto de Química, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, BR
-Theoretical modelling of nanofluids for heat transfer
T.G. Myers, Centre de Recerca, ES
-SOI-Multi-FinFET: Impact of Fins Number multiplicity on Corner Effect
A.N. Moulai Khatir, A. Guen-Bouazza, B. Bouazza, UABT, DZ
-Physiologically-based Pharmacokinetic (PBPK) Model of TiO2 Nanoparticles’ Bio-distribution in Rat Tissues
T. Laomettachit and M. Liangruksa, National Science and Technology Development Agency, TH
-Monte Carlo Simulation of Electrochemical Detection of Redox Molecules with Nanoscale Redoxcycling
P. Zhu, S. Iwahara, K. Nakazato, and S. Uno, Ritsumeikan University, JP
-Optimizing Tool Life In Turning Operation Using Taguchi Technique And ANOVA
E. Anawa, Benghazi University, LY
Sustainable Nanotechnology: EHS Implications - Posters 4:30Expo Hall C
-Active Silver Catalysts for the SCR of NOx
Y.B. Yu, Chinese Academy of Sciences, CN
-Improving Adsorption Capacity of Ordered Mesoporous Carbon (OMC) Through Addition of Crosslink Agent
W. Shou, B. Chao, D.D. Gang, University of Louisiana at Lafayette, US
-Cytotoxic Effects of Silver and Gold Nanoparticles in Human Glioblastoma U87 Cells
W. Gao, S.W. Leung, A. Bhushan, J.C.K. Lai, Idaho State University College of Pharmacy, US
-Regulatory Approaches to Industrial Nanomaterials in Canada
M. Hamilton, B. Fisher, N. Davidson, L. Tétreault and J. Worgan, Environment Canada, CA
-Zinc Oxide Nanoparticles Induced Apoptosis and Necrosis in Human Neuroblastoma and Astrocytoma Cells
J.C.K. Lai, A.K. Balaraju, A. Neti, M.B. Lai, S.M. Tadinada, V.K. Idikuda, M.R.M. Singh, K. Mukka, J. Pfau, A. Bhushan, S.W. Leung, Idaho State University College of Pharmacy, US
-An emerging high throughput screening platform for engineered nanoparticle mediated genotoxicity
C. Watson, J. Ge, J. Cohen, G. Pyrgiotakis, B. Engelward, P. Demokritou, Harvard School of Public Health, US
-Nano-Safety Science for ensuring safety of nanomaterials ~Biological assessment of silica nanoparticles focused on neutrophil~
K. Higashisaka, A. Kunieda, Y. Iwahara, K. Tanaka, S. Tsunoda, Y. Yoshioka, Y. Tsutsumi, Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Osaka University, JP
-Nanogenotoxicity Measurements of Oxidative DNA Damage Using Isotope Dilution Mass Spectrometry
E. Petersen, P. Jaruga, M. Dizdaroglu, B. Nelson, National Institute of Standards and Technology, US
-Role of Caveolin-1 in Carbon Nanotube-Induced Stem-Like Cells and Tumorigenesis
S. Luanpitpong, L. Wang, V. Castranova, T. Stueckle, Y. Rojanasakul, West Virginia University, US
-Single-walled carbon nanotubes induce fibrogenic response by promoting fibroblast-to-myofibroblast transition: An in vitro molecular toxicity pathway based risk assessment
X. He, L. Wang, Y. Rojanasakul, West Virginia University, US
-Gaining critical mass: A dose metric conversion study using silver nanoparticles
A.J. Kennedy, M.S. Hull, S. Diamond, M. Chappell, A.J. Bednar, A. Bednar, J.A. Steevens, US Army Engineer Research and Development Center, US
-Characterization of Screen-Penetrating Aerosol Fibers and Their Alignment in an Electric Field
B.K. Ku, G. Deye, L.A. Turkevich, NIOSH, US
-Method Development and Application for Nanostructured Material Exposure Assessment in Mixed Dust Environments
M.L. Kreider, W.D. Cyrs, M.T. Tosiano, J.M. Panko, Cardno ChemRisk, US
-Development of a robust method for measuring engineered nanomaterial toxicity and uptake using Caenorhabditis elegans
S.K. Hanna, M.E. Johnson, L.L. Yu, B.C. Nelson, G.A. Cooksey, J.T. Elliott, E.J. Petersen, National Institute of Standards and Technology, US
-Hyperspectral Imaging System as a Screening Tool for Nanomaterial Identification and Characterization
S. Tahiliani, G. Roth, N. Neu-Baker, S. Brenner, SUNY CNSE, US
Sustainable Nanomanufacturing - Posters 4:30Expo Hall C
-Novel Additive Manufacturing of Tooling with Micro and Nanostructured Surfaces
L.W. Sit, M. Kumbhani, J.A. Genera, J. Shearer, J. Mead, C. Barry, University of Massachusetts Lowell, US
-High-rate Manufacturing of 3D Products with Micro and Nanostructured Surfaces
C. Barry, J. Mead, University of Massachusetts Lowell, US
-Nano Particles formation on powder(NPP) Substrate in Physical Vapor Deposition
S-K Koh, C. Lee, J.H. Lee, B.K. Kang, H. Kaji, M. Hayashi, GL Materials, Inc., KR
-Preparation of Composite of ZnS Nanoparticles and Montmorillonite by Cavitation Deposition
P. Praus, R. Dvorský, L. Svoboda, B. Kostura, VŠB-Technical University of Ostrava, CZ
-Three-Dimensional High-order Nano-rod Formation Using a Hydrogen-assisted Deep Reactive Ion Etching
S. Soleimani, S. Zanganeh, S. Azimi, Z. Sanaee, S. Mohajerzadeh and H. Taghinejad, University of Tehran, IR
-What is Below the Support Layer Affects Carbon Nanotube Growth: an Iron Catalyst Reservoir Yields Taller Nanotube Carpets
E. Shawat, V. Mor, L. Oakes, Y. Fleger, C.L. Pint, G.D. Nessim, Bar-Ilan university, IL
-High-yield synthesis of “floating” three-dimensional carbon nanofiber mats using controllable substrate-catalyst detachment
E. Shawat, I. Perelshtein, C.L. Pint, G.D. Nessim, Bar-Ilan university, IL
-Green Chemistry of Carbon Nanomaterials
E.V. Basiuk, V.A. Basiuk, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, MX
-A Sustainable, Mechanochemical Synthesis of Nanoparticles Supported on Lignin
M.J. Rak, T. Friščić, A. Moores, McGill University, CA
-Electrospun Nanocomposite Nerve Guidance Conduits for Peripheral Neural Regeneration
W. Zhu, L. Zhang, The George Washington University, US
-Roll-to-Roll (R2R) ALD Thin Film Coatings at Atmospheric Pressure
M. Groner, J. Spencer, K. Buechler, ALD NanoSolutions, US
Biosensing, Diagnostics & Imaging I - Posters 4:30Expo Hall C
-Soft Nanoparticles for Dual Imaging Probes
S. Murayama, J. Jo, Y. Shibata, K. Liang, T. Santa, T. Saga, I. Aoki, M. Kato, National Institute of Radiological Sciences, JP
-Snapshot Bayer pattern Hyperspectral image sensor
M. Willems, imec, BE
-Real-time monitoring of pathogens and nanomarkers in water by resonance laser spectroscopy techniques
T.Yu. Moguilnaya, P.V. Bobkov, V.A. Tomilin, E.B. Kononenko, JSC "SERVET-M", RU
-Detection of Prostate-Specific Antigen (PSA) with an Ultra High Performance Electrode Modified with Sol-Gel Au Nanoparticles
S.W. Leung, S. Mozneb, J.C.K. Lai, D. Assan, Idaho State University, US
-Unique Volatolomic Signature of P53 and KRAS Oncogenes in Lung Cells
O. Barash, Technion- Israel Istitute of Technology, IL
-Fabrication of Aptamer-Functionalized Gold Nanorod Biosensor for Colorimetric Detection of Lysozyme
T. Tohidi Moghadam and B. Ranjbar, Tarbiat Modares university, IR
-Resistance and Potentiostatic Based Measurements of an Antibody Functionalized Conductive Polymer Coated Textile as a Biosensor
A. Bandremer, A. Hebert, S.D. Torosian, D. Battacharyya, K. Gleason, S.K. McGraw, A. Senecal, P. Marek, Food and Drug Administration, US
-Multimodal Nano-Brain-Machine-Interface for Parallel Electrochemical NeuroSignal Sensing
M. Poustinchi, G. Stacey, S. Musallam, McGill University, Neural Prosthetics Laboratory, CA
-Nanostructured Biomimetic Memristor Sensors Used for Therapeutic Monitoring of the Brain Cancer
E.T. Chen, J. Thornton, C. Ngatchou, S-H. Duh, P.T. Kissinger, Advanced Biomimetic Sensors, Inc., US
-Carcinogenicity Assessment Using Biosensors: Mitomycin-C As A Case Study
H.A. Alhadrami, King Abdulaziz University, SA
-s-SWCNT Sensor Platform for Pathogen Detection and Physiological Monitoring
J. Lee, H. Cho, S. Somu, H. Lee, A. Gu, A. Busnaina, Center for High-rate Nanomanufacturing, US
-Highly Sensitive Biosensor Device for Monitoring Colorectal Cancer and Early Detection of Myocardial Infarction
C. Yilmaz, M. Asanterabi, V. Torchilin, A. Busnaina, Center for High-rate Nanomanufacturing, US
-Chip-based Immunoassay for Multiplexed Analysis of Biomarkers in Serum Sample Using SERS Nanoprobes
H. Chang, H. Kang, E.B. Ko, H.-Y. Lee, Y.-S. Lee and D.H. Jeong, Seoul National University Bundang Hospital, KR
-Digital Assisted Pill Dispensing with Gated Control to Prevent Adverse Drug Reactions
N.G. Portney, J.D. Yang, Zuup Design LLC, US
Cancer Nanotechnology - Posters 4:30Expo Hall C
-Thymoquinone nanoparticle formulation and in vitro efficacy
I.H. Fakhoury, W.S. Saad, H.U. Gali-Muhtasib, R. Schneider-Stock, American University of Beirut, LB
-Cu/TiO2-SiO2 Nanostructured Materials for Brain Cancer Treatment
T. López, E. Ortiz-Islas, P. Guevara, E. Gómez, H. Monroy, O. Novaro, National Institute of Neurology and Neurosurgery, MX
-Polyethylene Glycol (PEG) stabilized cisplatin-tethered gold nanoparticle platform for drug delivery: understanding engineered surface and drug performance by hyphenated ES-DMA with ICP-MS
J. Tan, T.J. Cho, D-H. Tsai, J. Liu, V.A. Hackley, M.R. Zachariah, University of Maryland College Park, US
-Inductive Nano Targeted Electromagnetic Therapy
M. Meymanat, Zanjan University of Medical Sciences, Zanjan, Iran, IR
-Cancer treatment with simvastatin and drug delivered chemotherapy with paclitaxel associated to a lipid nanoemulsion
I.F. Kretzer, D.A. Maria, R.A. Fock and R.C. Maranhão, University of São Paulo, BR
-The cytotoxicity BAMLET complex is regulated by the dispersion of the oleic acid and independent of α-lactalbumin component
Y. Delgado, M. Morales-Cruz, J. Hernández-Román, G. Hernández1 and K. Griebenow, University of Puerto Rico, US
-Radioimmunoliposome targeting mesothelioma cancer stem cells
J.S. Lee, T. Huang, A. Banizs, J. He, University of Virginia, US
-Oral administration of Liposomes Based on Biotin-Ceramide Conjugates in Cancer Therapy
L.-Y. Yu, S.-Y. Hung, C.-L. Lo, National Yang-Ming University, TW
-Non Toxic Water Soluble Nano Carbon Particles that can pass through the “Blood Brain Barrier”
A. Allam, S. Sarkar, M. Ghosh, B. Pakhira, Cromoz Inc, US
Solar Technologies - Posters 4:30Expo Hall C
-Nanotechnology Enabled Photovoltaics and Electronics for High-Power-Density Energy Systems
T.C. Smith, S.E. Lyshevski, Rochester Institute of Technology, US
-Synthesis and Characterization of Electrode Nanomaterials for Dye - Sensitized Solar Cell Fabrication
L.V. Nghiem, N.T. Hoang, P.T. Hien, L.M.L. Phung, V.T. Long, N.T.P. Thoa, Vietnam National University - Ho Chi Minh City, VN
-The Optical and Electrochemical Properties of ZnS/CdSe Qds/CdS co-Sensitized TiO2 Photoanode for Quantum Dot Solar Cells
Q.V. Lam, T.H. Nguyen, T.P.T. Nguyen, Vietnam National University - Ho Chi Minh City, VN
-Preparation of ZnO Nanowires for Solar Cells Aplicattion
S.L. Fernandes, M.A. Zaghete, C.F.O. Graeff, J.A. Varella, E. Longo, UNESP, Universidade Estadual Paulista, BR
-Effects of silver layer on the optical and electrical properties of ZnMgBeGaO/Ag/ZnMgBeGaO transparent conductive film
H.B. Cuong, C-S Lee, B-T Lee, Chonnam National University, KR
-Periodic and Psuedo-Random Back-Reflector Nanoparticle Enhanced Light-Trapping in a Silicon Photovoltaic
S. Shepard, L. Patel, F. Rubaiat, Louisiana Tech University, US
Oil & Gas - Posters 4:30Expo Hall C
-Adsorption of Functionalized Silica Nanoparticles on Swelling Clay Minerals
H.T. Pham, Q.P. Nguyen, The University of Texas at Austin, US
-Polymer Nanofluid for enhanced oil recovery: A design of polystyrene nanoparticles, transport behavior evaluation and unconsolidated flooding test
R.S.V. Nascimento, UFRJ, BR
-Surfactants Nanocarriers to Enhanced oil Recovery (EOR)
R.S.V. Nascimento, UFRJ, BR
-Nanocoating Testing for High Voltage Transmission Applications
D. McGuire, A. Phillips, C. Engelbrecht, A. Gould, Southern Company, US
-Fischer Tropsch Synthesis Process Intensification for Scalable Liquid Fuel Production using Microfibrous Entrapped Catalysts
H. Yang, P.S. Dimick, B.J. Tatarchuk, IntraMicron Inc., US
-IntraMicron Desulfurization Technology Suite for the Efficient Removal and Recovery of Sulfur from Gas-Phase Energy Resources
H. Yang, P.S. Dimick, B.J. Tatarchuk, IntraMicron Inc., US
-Heat Transfer Nanofluid for High Performance engine cooling
F. Micali , M. Troberg, J. Hammett, A. de Risi, TCT srl, IT
Advanced Manufacturing - Posters 4:30Expo Hall C
-IMEC: Prototyping and Manufacturing of innovative components and microsystem product solutions. Innovation through partnership
R. Borzi, imec, US
-A Clean and Green Route for the production of methacrylic acid and methacrolein from biofuel
M.M. Lin, J. Grinberg, W. Eng, EverNu Technology, LLC, US
-Investigation on Accelerated Ageing Techniques for IC Interconnect Structures in Context of Multicriterial Optimization of 3D SiP Design Flow
G. Janczyk, T. Bieniek, Instytut Technologii Elektronowej, PL
-Autonomous Nanosensor System for Monitoring and Quantifying Arsenic in Water
S. Salinas, N. Mosquera, L. Yate, E. Coy, G. Yamhure, E. González, Pontificia Universidad Javeriana, CO
-Direct Integration of Ni2Si/Si Nanograss Heterojunction Array on the Gate Terminal of N-MOSFET Utilizing a CMOS Compatible Top-Down Technique
H. Taghinejad, M. Ganji, A. Rostamian, M. Taghinejad, M. Abdolahd, S. Mohajerzadeh, H. Tghinejad, university of tehran, IR
-Hermetic Bonding in Single Device Medical Implants, Night Vision Goggles, Marine Sensors Via Wet Nanobonding™ at T< 200°C of Si/Sio2
K. Leaming, S.D. Whaley, N. Herbots, R.B. Bennett-Kennett, C.F. Watson, E.R.C. Morgan, R.J. Culbertson, R.L. Rhoades, S.N. Drews, J.D. Bradley, D.A. Sell, P. Rez, B.J. Wilkens, M.W. Mangus, H.M. Johnson, Arizona State University/SiO2 NanoTech, LLC, US
-ALD Tools for Thin-film Coated Particle Development and Production
K. Buechler, J.A. Spencer II, ALD NanoSolutions, Inc., US
Inkjet Design, Materials & Fabrication - Posters 4:30Expo Hall C
-Jetting of High Viscosity Fluid with Magnetostrictive Inkjet Printhead
Y.-W. Park, O.-K. Oh, K.-H. Yoon, M. Noh, Chungnam National University, KR
-Reliability Evaluation of Inkjet-Printed Silver Patterns for Application to Printed Circuit Board
K.-Y. Shin, H.S. Kang, K.T. Kang, J.Y. Hwang, S.H. Lee, J.M. Kim, Korea Institute of Industrial Technology, KR
-Fishbone Pattern Phenomena on a Non-Conductive Substrate in Electrohydrodynamic Discharging
S. Son, S. Lee, J. Choi, S. Haque, Sungkyunkwan University, KR
-Color inkjet-printing microfluidic paper chips by all-in-one multilayers
Y. Kim, H. Ko, J. Lee, H. Kim, C-H Jung, J-H Choi, O-S Kwon, K. Shin, Sogang University, KR
Energy Storage - Posters 4:30Expo Hall C
-Rechargeable Lithium-ion Batteries For Wireless Smart Designs
D. Mourzagh, H. Rouault, S. Jouanneau, L. Daniel, M. Chami, G. Moreau, F. Fusalba, CEA Grenoble, FR
-Synthesis, Electrical and Dielectric Properties of LiCoO2 Nanoparticles
B. Nageswara Rao, O. Padmaraj, D. Narsimulu, M. Venkateswarlu, N. Satyanarayana, Pondicherry University, IN
-Low-Cost, Metal Hydride Based Hydrogen Storage System for Fuel Cell Powered Forklifts
C.M. Jensen and A.A. Narvaez, Hawaii Hydrogen Carriers, US
-Design and Fabrication of Nano-array Architecture for Supercapacitor and Electro-catalytic Reaction
X. Sun, Beijing University of Chemical Technology, CN
-Dielectric properties of the bio-assembled nano-composites in conch shells
X. Zhang, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, SA
-Seawater Flow Battery as Technology Platform
P.J. Schubert, Y. Fu, IUPUI, US
-Composite Li-Ion Anodes from Recycled Silicon
W. Xu, Electrochemical Materials, US
-Electrochemical Characterization of Naxmo2 as Cathode Materials in Sodium Batteries
V.H. Nguyen, M.L.P. Le, L.T.N. Huynh, V.M. Tran, Vietnam National University - Ho Chi Minh City, VN
-Electrochemical Nanoflakes Manganese Dioxide as Materials for Supercapacitor
T.A. Ha, M.L.P. Le, T.P.T. Nguyen, V.M. Tran, Vietnam National University - Ho Chi Minh City, VN
-Synthesis of Carbon Supported Nano-Structured Ptni Electro-Catalysts for Fuel Cell
T.H.P. Vu, T.N.H. Le, B.T.T. Nguyen, V.M. Tran, T.G.H. Nguyen, M.L.P. Le, V.T. Le, T.P.T. Nguyen, Vietnam National University - Ho Chi Minh City, VN
-Assessing damage to graphite electrodes in bromine redox flow battery systems
A.A. Bistrikaa, T.K.A. Brekkenb, A. von Jouanneb, M.M. Lernerc, A.F.T. Yokochia, NRGindependence, Oregon State University, US
-A Study on the System Configuration for the Flywheel Energy Storage Device to be Applied to the Railway System
J.H. Lee, Korea Railroad Research Institute, KR
-The HYDROCK concept - seasonal storage of heat and cold
S.Å. Larsson, Gothenburg University, SE
-BaTiO3/Bi2O3-B2O3-SiO2 Glass Core-Shell Nanocomposites for Energy Storage Applications
X. Su, B.C. Riggs, M. Tomozawa, D.B. Chrisey, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, US
-Ultrahigh Surface Area Activated Carbon Derived from Agricultural Waste Streams for Energy Applications
P.R. Armstrong, Z.J. Morchesky, D.T. Hess, K. Adu, D.K. Essumang, J.K. Tufour, J.E. Koranteng-Addo, K. Opoku-Boadu, S.Y. Mensah, The Pennsylvania State University, US
5:30The Best in SBIR/STTR: Tibbetts Awards & SBIR/STTR Hall of Fame, Expo Theater, Hall CExpo Hall C
7:00Student Mixer - National Pastime Sports Bar - Atrium Level (no host)National Pastime Sports Bar