TechConnect World 2014 Program - Tuesday June 17

8:00TechConnect & National SBIR/STTR KeynotesPotomac A
8:00Welcome (invited presentation)
J. Saade, Small Business Administration (SBA), US
8:05Welcome (invited presentation)
J. Willams, Navy SBIR/STTR, US
8:10The future of entrepreneurship through SBIR/STTR and other SBA programs (invited presentation)
Hon. M.C. Sweet, SBA Office of Investment & Innovation, US
8:30SBIR and STTR 101 – The Ins and Outs of Both Programs and this Event (invited presentation)
8:30SBIR and STTR 101 – The Ins and Outs of Both Programs and this Event (invited presentation)
E. Sobolewski, Department of Homeland Security, US
8:30Compact Modeling: UTBSOI/passive element modelsPotomac 1
Session chair: Gert-Jan Smit, NXP, The Netherlands (bio)
8:30Modeling of Short-Channel Effect for Ultra-Thin SOI MOSFET on Ultra-Thin BOX (invited presentation)
H. Miyamoto, Y. Fukunaga, H. Zenitani, K. Kikuchihara, H.J. Mattausch, M. Miura-Mattausch, Hiroshima University, JP (bio)
9:00BSIMIMG: Compact Model for UTBBSOI MOSFETs (invited presentation)
Y.S. Chauhan, P. Kushwaha, S. Khandelwal, C. Yadav, N. Paydavosi, J.P. Duarte, C. Hu, IIT Kanpur, IN (bio)
9:30Passive Elements Modeling in Microwave/Millimeter-wave application (invited presentation)
Y. Wang, J. Yao, J. Luo, Y. Tang, Tsinghua University, CN (bio)
9:30National Innovation Showcase (9:30 - 12:00) - Networking Coffee BreakExpo Hall D
10:30Innovation Spotlights: Advanced Materials: MeadWestvaco & DuPontNational Harbor 3
Session chair: Thomas Martinuzzo, Univalor, CA
10:30MeadWestvaco - Strategic Innovation Interests
P. France, MeadWestvaco, US
10:45DuPont - Strategic Innovation Interests
B. Provine, DuPont, US
11:00Nano-Enhanced Hydrophobic Surfaces
H. Malak, AES, Inc., US
11:07Rapid Synthesis of Titanate Nanofibers
A. Kundu, Lehigh University, US
11:14High throughput ALD
P. Lichty, Pneumaticoat Technologies, US
11:21Tailored Thermal Expansion Alloys
J. Monroe, Texas A&M University, US
11:28MeadWestvaco, DuPont Q&A
10:30Innovation Spotlights: Venture Investment: Harris & Harris Group, In-Q-TelNational Harbor 6
Session chair: Patricia Ansems-Bancroft, Dow, US
10:30Harris & Harris Group - Strategic Innovation Interests
D. Jamison, Harris & Harris Group, US
10:45In-Q-Tel - Strategic Innovation Interests
T. Gillespie, In-Q-Tel, US
11:00Micromixers, Microreactors, and Microreactor Systems
T. Miller, Microflow CVO, Inc., US
11:07Nanolayered Polymer Materials for GRIN Optics or Capacitors
M. Ponting, PolymerPlus LLC, US
11:14DNATrax (byDNATREK,LLC)
A. Zografos, DNATREK, LLC, US
11:21Prairie AquaTech / High Quality Protein Replacement
M. Fishback, Prairie AquaTech, US
11:28Innovative Technologies to Effectively Treat Multi-Drug Resistant and/or Biofilm-Embedded Bacteria
E. Guire, Innovative Surface Technologies, Inc., US
11:35Harris & Harris Group, In-Q-Tel Q&A
10:30The Importance of Characterization to Technology: KeynotesAzalea 2
Session chair: Dalia Yablon, SurfaceChar LLC (bio)
10:30Manufacturing: The 21st Century Nano Materials Challenge (invited presentation)
E.J. Amis, United Technologies Research Center, US (bio)
10:55Bimodal AFM for Elucidation of Polyolefin Morphology (invited presentation)
A.H. Tsou, D.G. Yablon, ExxonMobil Chemical Company, US (bio)
11:20The importance of Characterization to Technology (invited presentation)
G. Haugstad, University of Minnesota, US (bio)
11:45The importance of Characterization to Technology: Panel Discussion (invited presentation)
D. Yablon, SurfaceChar LLC, US (bio)
10:30Nanoparticle release during life cycle of consumer products & nanocompositesAzalea 1
Session chair: Li Piin Sung, NIST; Elijah Petersen, NIST (bio, bio)
10:30Nanotechnology and Consumer Products – Addressing Exposure Data Needs (invited presentation)
T. Thomas, US Consumer Product Safety Commission, US (bio)
10:50Release of particles from paints containing engineered nanomaterials (invited presentation)
B. Nowack, Empa, CH (bio)
11:10Experimental methods and analytical techniques to assess nanomaterial release from consumer products into sewer systems (invited presentation)
P. Westerhoff, Y. Yang, R. Reed, K. Doudrick, P. Herckes, K. Hristovski, Arizona State University, US (bio)
11:30NM release along the life cycle of NM-enabled products: Nanopolytox and GUIDEnano case studies (invited presentation)
G. Janer, D. González, E. Fernández-Rosas, G. Vilar, A. Satti, S. Vázquez-Campos, LEITAT Technological Center, ES (bio)
10:30Coatings & Surfaces: Novel coatings, materials & applicationsChesapeake 6
Session chair: Kock-Yee Law, Research, Innovative Solutions, US (bio)
10:30Nanostructured Transformative Skin: From Instability to Function (invited presentation)
X. Zhao, Duke University, US (bio)
11:00Mechanically Durable Superhydrophobic Nanocomposites from Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene (ABS)
A. Milionis, Y.H. Yeong, E. Loth, I.S. Bayer, University of Virginia, US
11:20Merino Wool Surfaces Made Superhydrophobic
M.B. Herzog, J.H. Johnston, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand, NZ
11:40Permanent Hydrophilic Surface Formation by Ion Assisted Reaction
S-K Koh, C. Lee, J.H. Lee, B.K. Kang, H. Kaji, M. Hayashi, GL Materials, Inc., KR
12:00Fluid Resistant Coatings
B.E. Koene, T. Metroke, A. McGregor, Luna Innovations Incorporated, US
10:30Polymer Materials for Sustainability & EfficiencyChesapeake 10-12
Session chair: YuanQiao Rao, Dow Chemical Company, US (bio)
10:30Nanotechnology-Enabled Expansion of the Boundaries on Large Scale Low Energy Intensity Separations (invited presentation)
W.J. Koros, Georgia Institute of Technology, US (bio)
10:55Multi-functional Nanomaterials for Green Nanoelectronic Manufacturing (invited presentation)
Q. Lin, IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center, US (bio)
11:20Polymeric nanocellular foams for thermal insulation: challenges and promises (invited presentation)
S. Costeux, The Dow Chemical Company, US (bio)
11:45Thermal Insulation Polyurethane Foams from a Green-Polyol and Containing Thermorregulating Microcapsules
M. Carmona, J.F. Rodríguez, A. Medino, A. Serrano, B. Talvera, I. Garrido, J.J. Cubillo, Acciona Infrastructures, ES (bio)
10:30Modeling, Simulation and Informatics Town Hall MeetingCamelia
Session chair: Carlos Gonzalez, NIST; Stephanie Morris, NCI Office of Cancer Nanotechnology Research (bio)
-Enabling National Leadership in Sustainable Design
L. Friedersdorf, National Nanotechnology Coordination Office, US
-C. Gonzalez, National Institute of Standards and Technology, US
-S. Morris, National Cancer Institute, US
10:30Materials for Drug & Gene Delivery INational Harbor 2
Session chair: Steven Zullo, NIBIB/NIH, US (bio)
10:30Drug Delivery to Tumors: the role of EPR (invited presentation)
T. Anchordoquy, University of Colorado, Denver, US (bio)
10:55PEG-like Nanoprobes For Passive & Active Molecular Targeting (invited presentation)
L. Josephson, Harvard Medical School, US (bio)
11:20How functional genomics informs nano-drug design for precision cancer medicine (invited presentation)
A.H. Stegh, Robert H. Lurie Cancer Center, Northwestern University, US
11:45Enzyme-Directed Assembly of Nanoparticle Probes In Vivo
N.C. Gianneschi, L.M. Randolph, M.T. Proetto, A.M. Rush, M.-P. Chien, University of California, San Diego, US
12:05Treating brain tumors with targeted-micelles containing immunotherapeutics
A-M. Broome, S. Dixit, K. Miller, A. Moore, A-L. Bredlau, Medical University of South Carolina, US
12:25Non Toxic Water Soluble Nano Carbon Particles that can pass through the “Blood Brain Barrier” and have been conjugated with Taxol for sustained slow release
A. Allam, S. Sarkar, M. Ghosh, B. Pakhira, Cromoz Inc, US
10:30Sensing in the EnvironmentNational Harbor 8
Session chair: Srinivas Iyer, Bioscience Division, Los Alamos National Laboratory, US (bio)
10:30Photoactive Thin Films for Multi-modal Sensing (invited presentation)
K.J. Loh, University of California, Davis, US (bio)
10:55Graphene-Loaded Nanofiber-Modified Electrode: A Novel and Sensitive Electrochemical Detection System
N. Rodthongkum, N. Ruecha, N. Promphet, R. Rangkupan, R.W. Vachet, O. Chailapakul, Metallurgy and Materials Science Research Institute, Chulalongkorn University, TH
11:15Affinity Sensor based on Immobilized Molecular Imprinted Synthetic Ligands
P. Lenain, B. Mattiasson, M. Hedström, S. De Saeger, Ghent University, BE
11:35The Sense-City equipment project: 9M€ for prototyping and validation of nanosensors for sustainable cities
B. Lebental, F. Derkx, F. Bourquin, T. Bourouina, B. Mercier, C-S Cojocaru, P. Roca, F. Derkx, T-L Ha, E. Robine, IFSTTAR, FR
10:30Nanoelectronics IPotomac 3
Session chair: Charles Ying, National Science Foundation; Curt A. Richter, NIST
10:30Emerging Memories Technology – A New Paradigm (invited presentation)
G. Sandhu, Micron Technology, Inc., US (bio)
10:55Unipolar resistive switching and current flow mechanism in thin film SnO2
A. Talukdar, S. Almeida, J. Mireles, E. MacDonald, J.H. Pierluissi, E. Garcia, D. Zubia, University of Texas at El Paso, US
11:15Prospect and challenges for carbon nanotube transistors in high performance nanoelectronics beyond 2020 (invited presentation)
A. Franklin, IBM T. J. Watson Research Center, US (bio)
11:40Record resistivity for in-situ grown horizontal carbon nanotubes interconnects
J. Dijon, R. Ramos, A. Fournier, H. Le Poche, H. Fournier, H. Okuno, J.P. Simonato, CEA, Liten, FR
12:00Semiconducting Bilayer Graphene for Device Applications
T. Chu, Y. Zhao, Z. Chen, Purdue University, US
12:20Charge Amplification of a Graphene-integrated-CMOS (GIC) RF Detector
R.C. Ordonez, C. Hayashi, N. Kamin, M.C. de Andrade, D. Garmire, University of Hawaii At Manoa, US
10:30Sustainable Nanomanufacturing IIChesapeake 7-9
Session chair: James Alexander Liddle, NIST; Michael Meador, NASA
10:30Graphene Ready For Prime Time (invited presentation)
J. Lettow, Vorbeck Materials, US (bio)
10:55Advancements in Microelectronics-Grade Carbon Nanotube Materials for NRAM® Device Manufacture and Analysis of Carbon Nanotube Mass in End User Devices (invited presentation)
J.E. Lamb, S. Gibbons, R. Trichur, Y. Jiang, K. Mangelson, K. Kremer, D. Janzen, Brewer Science, Inc, US
11:20TBA (invited presentation)
D. Arthur, SouthWest NanoTechnologies, Inc., US (bio)
11:45Industrialization of Boron Nitride Nanotubes: From Synthesis to Applications
K.S. Kim, M.B. Jakubinek, A. Hrdina, Y. Martinez-Rubi, B. Ashrafi, M. Plunkett, S. Lin, S. Denommee, C.T. Kingston, B. Simard, National Research Council Canada, CA
12:05Fluidic Devices for Nanoparticle Manufacturing (invited presentation)
S.M. Stavis, National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), US (bio)
10:30Compact Modeling: HEMT modelsPotomac 1
Session chair: Mitiko Miura-Mattausch, Hiroshima University, Japan (bio)
10:30Compact Model Characteristics for Generic MIS-HEMTs (invited presentation)
X. Zhou, S.B. Chiah, B. Syamal, H.T. Zhou, A. Ajaykumar, X. Liu, Nanyang Technological University, SG (bio)
11:00Analysis of Breakdown Characteristics in Gate and Source Field-Plate AlGaN/GaN HEMTs
H. Onodera, H. Hanawa, K. Horio, Shibaura Institute of Technology, JP
11:20InGaAs FinFET Modeling Using Industry Standard Compact Model BSIM-CMG
S. Khandelwal, J.P. Duarte, N. Paydavosi, Y.S. Chauhan, J.J. Gu, M. Si, P.D. Ye, C. Hu, University of California, Berkeley, US
11:40Modeling of AlGaN/GaN FinFET
C. Yadav, S Khandelwal, Y.S. Chauhan, Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur, India, IN
10:30Sustainable Nano: Environmental Apps and EHS Implications IIIAzalea 3
Session chair: Barbara Karn, National Science Foundation (NSF), Philip Demokritou, Harvard School of Public Health
10:30Safer by Design- Is It Time? (invited presentation)
S. Tinkle, Science and Technology Policy Institute (STPI), US (bio)
10:55Evolution of Nanomaterial Environmental, Health, and Safety Management during Business Expansion (invited presentation)
M.A. Banash, Nanocomp Technologies, Inc., US
11:20Prevention through Design Concepts for Sustainable Development of Nanomaterials
L.L. Hodson, C.L. Geraci, NIOSH, US
11:40Poly-Cera™ Membrane Technology: Polymer Economics with Ceramic Performance (invited presentation)
S. Bhattacharjee, Water Planet Engineering, US (bio)
12:05Nanosensors: Tools for Achieving Sustainable Nanotechnology (invited presentation)
O. Sadik, State University of New York - Binghamton, US (bio)
12:30A Novel, Chemical free Intervention Nanotechnology For Fresh Produce Surface Disinfection Using Engineered Water Nanostructures
G. Pyrgiotakis, R. Mitchell, A. Vasanthakumar, Y. Gao, A. Dearaujo, M. Eleftheriadou, P. Demokritou, Harvard School of Public Health, US (bio)
10:30Nanomaterials for Catalysis IPotomac 4
Session chair: Philippe Serp, Institute National Polytechnique de Toulouse, FR (bio)
10:30Catalysis and magnetic hybrid carbon nanotubes (invited presentation)
P. Serp, University of Notre Dame, US
10:55Organometallic Ruthenium Nanoparticles as a Model of study for Fischer-Tropsch Synthesis Reaction
L.M. Martinez-Prieto, K. Philippot, B. Chaudret, CNRS, FR
11:15Development of a hydroprocessing catalyst containing Boron and Nano-boron compounds
E. Yonel-Gumruk, A. Meric Kartal Berker, O. Özcan, A. Nilgün Akin, Turkish Petroleum Refineries Corporation, TR
10:30Micro & Nano Fluidics: Particle & cell transportPotomac 2
Session chair: Jean Berthier, CEA Leti, FR (bio)
10:30Hydrodynamic, Optic and Electrokinetic colloidal manipulation From fundamental research to business opportunities (invited presentation)
D. Peyrade, LTM-CNRS, FR (bio)
10:55Fluid handling operations in droplet microreactors: optical tweezing, sorting, particle segregation, and label free sensing in picoliter volumes (invited presentation)
A.S. Basu, Wayne State University, US (bio)
11:15Field-directed and Template-assisted Magnetic Nanoparticle Self-assembly
X. Xue, E.P. Furlani, SUNY at Buffalo, US (bio)
11:35Numerical Analysis of Coupled Particle-Fluid Transport and Free-Flow Magnetic Sorting in Microfluidic Systems
C. Liu, X. Xue, E.P. Furlani, University at Buffalo, US
10:30EV-GridChesapeake 4-5
Session chair: Alex Goodson, ABB, US (bio)
10:30Electric Vehicles on the Grid: Opportunities and Challenges (invited presentation)
A. Goodson, ABB, US
10:50Secondary Use Energy Storage
M. Starke, P. Irminger, B. Ollis, G. Andrews, P. Karlson, S. Thabiappah, P. Rosenfeld, S. Massin, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, US
11:10Integration of Flow Batteries into Electric Vehicles: Feasibility and the Future
J.P. Katsoudas, E.V. Timofeeva, C.U. Segre, D. Singh, Illinois Institute of Technology, US
10:30Nanotech & Cleantech for Oil & GasPotomac 5
Session chair: Willard C. (Bill) Capdevielle, Oil Patch Engineering & Rushan Sakhibgareev, Chevron, US (bio, bio)
10:30Novel Sensor Platform Deployed for Detection of Nanoparticle Concentration in Production Oil and Gas Streams (invited presentation)
S. Van Fleet, Micromem Applied Sensor Technologies, Inc., US
10:55Controlled release materials for oilfield applications (invited presentation)
G. Rothrock, L. Johnson, C. Norton, E. Ledet, N. Huffman, RTI International, US (bio)
11:20Innovation in Fluid Separation Technologies for Oil & Gas (invited presentation)
N. Krishnamurthy, Lux Research, US
11:45The Size of the Prize: Innovation for Oil and Gas Exploration
S. Manning, Pioneer Natural Resources, US
10:30Natural & Renewable CompositesPotomac 6
Session chair: Thomas E. Twardowski, Integra Life Sciences Corporation (bio)
10:30Polymer nanocomposites reinforced with nanoparticles extracted from renewable resources
A. Dufresne, Grenoble Institute of Technology, FR (bio)
10:50Controlling Alignment in Cellulose Nanocrystal Coatings
A.D. Haywood, R.W. Ashurst, V.A. Davis, Auburn University, US
11:10Functionalized Halloysites for Epoxy Nanocomposite Applications
S. Zeng, C. Reyes, P. Rodgers, S. Wentworth, L. Sun, University of Connecticut, US
11:30Scale-up of Novel Gold Nanoparticle-Wool Fiber Composites: A Commercialisation Success Story
T.W. Nilsson, J.H. Johnston, Victoria University of Wellington and MacDiarmid Institute of Advanced Materials and Nanotechnology, NZ
10:30DOE, NASA, NIH and NSF Program SummaryNational Harbor 4
-DOE Program Summary
M. Oliver, Department of Energy, US
-NASA Program Summary
J. Grant, NASA, US
-NIH Program Summary
M. Portnoy, NIH, US
-NSF Program Summary
J. Hennessey, NSF, US
10:30Small Business Accounting: Pre-Award Audit Requirements and IssuesNational Harbor 5
-Moderator
R. Farmer, ReliAscent Inc., US
-C. Sexton, DCAA Small Business Focal Point, US
-T. Ryman, DON, US
-E. Edgerton, NIAMS, US
10:30What Do I Need To Know About Fraud, Waste and Abuse?National Harbor 7
-Moderator
J. Glover, Brand Law Group, US
-M. Fisher, NSF, US
-J. Durley, Office of the Inspector General, Health & Human Services, US
-L. Walford, Office of the Inspector General, Health & Human Services, US
12:00Networking Lunch (for purchase) - Expo HallExpo Hall C
1:00SBIR/STTR One-on-One Meetings (1:00-5:00) Pre-registration scheduling requiredPotomac C
1:00Nanotech incubator and commercialization basis—introducing Nanopolis Suzhou, ChinaExpo Hall Theater
Session chair: J. Wu, Executive Vice President, Nanopolis, CN
1:30Compact Modeling Tutorial: Modeling of Thin-Film Transistors Based on Poisson EquationPotomac 1
Session chair: M. Miura-Mattausch (bio)
Bulk-MOSFETs are still the most successfully utilized integrated devices for real circuit applications. However, to achieve better circuit performances, thin-film transistors have been developed. Two such thin-film devices are the SOI-MOSFET and the double-gate MOSFET for better gate controllability. Additionally, the thin-film transistor concept has been extended from the conventional silicon crystalline material to amorphous and polycrystalline silicon and to different semiconductor materials including organic semiconductors. The focus of this tutorial is the compact modeling of the thin-film transistors for enabling the simulation of circuits utilizing these devices. A very important specific feature of advanced thin-film transistors is the fact that not only the front-gate control but also a back-gate control can occur at the same time. The basic physics of the thin-film transistors are included in the Poisson equation, which is the equation describing the relationship between the carrier density and the potential distribution within the device induced by the applied biases at the device terminals. How to solve the Poisson equation and how to derive analytical initial values for these solutions, to enable the compact modeling of thin-film transistors, is discussed.
1:30Innovation Spotlights: Energy: Shell & United TechnologiesNational Harbor 3
Session chair: University of Waterloo, CA
1:30Shell GameChanger - Strategic Innovation Interests
M. Marino, Shell GameChanger, US
1:45United Technologies - Strategic Innovation Interests
C. Walker, United Technologies, US
2:00Solar Thermochemical Reactor – Efficient Production of Fuels from Sunlight
L. Besemann, University of Minnesota, US
2:07Metabolic Engineering of Anaerobic Fungal Pathways for the Production of Biofuels and Antimicrobial Compounds
D. Lozofsky, UCSB Office of Technology & Industry Alliances, US
2:14Manufacture of aluminum nanoparticles for increasing energy density in fuels
A. Adkins, University of Central Florida, US
2:21Novel CIGS/CdS Thin Film Solar Cells Using Selenium Precursor
R. Nagaiah, University of Central Florida, US
2:28Squaliform
J. Ornstein, SynShark LLC, US
2:35MoMeCCA - Moist membranes for the Cultivation and Collection of Algae
T. Vail, Northern Arizona University, US
2:42Shell, United Technologies Q&A
1:30Innovation Spotlights: Bio-Pharma: GlaxoSmithKlineNational Harbor 6
Session chair: Belen Martinez-Lopez, CaramelTech, MX
1:30GlaxoSmithKline - Strategic Innovation Interests
D. Bowen, GlaxoSmithKline, US
1:50Nanoparticle Analyzer (NPA)
F. Monzon, Spectradyne LLC, US
1:57Tanibirumab, a fully human anti-VEGFR2 monoclonal antibody
J.S. Yoo, PharmAbcine Inc, KR
2:04Nanocomposite Foams for Critical Size Bone Defect Repair
D. Benedict, Louisiana State University Agricultural Center, US
2:11Natural Drug Delivery Systems
K. Morris, Tranzdern Solutions, US
2:18GlaxoSmithKline Q&A
1:30EPA, DOC (NIST-NOAA), DOT, DOEd, DHS, USDA SBIR/STTR Program SummaryNational Harbor 4
-A. Richards, EPA, US
-M. Clague, NIST, US
-K. Wright, NOAA, US
-M. Wong, Department of Transportation, US
-E. Albro, Department of Education, US
-E. Sobolewski, Department of Homeland Security, US
-C. Cleland, USDA, US
1:30Commercialization Readiness Program (CRP); DoD Rapid Innovation Fund (RIF)National Harbor 5
-Moderator
J. Greenwood, Greenwood Consulting Group, US
-L.A. Boyer, Navy, US
-R. Flake, Air Force, US
-J. Pucci, Army, US
-D. Cundiff, ASD R&E, US
-B. Smith, Navy, US
-R. Saunders, Army, US
-C. Ormsby, Air Force, US
1:30Can Social Media Make SBIR/STTR Information More Available?National Harbor 7
-Moderator
N. Rao, SBA, US
-L. D'Ambrosio, NSF, US
-B. Royster, NIH, US
-C. Walters, DoD, US
1:30TechConnect Expo & Poster Session IIExpo Hall C
Nanoscale Materials Characterization II - Posters 1:30Expo Hall C
-A New Separation Metric for the Optimization of AF4 Separations of Polydispersed Nanomaterials
A.A. Galyean, W.N. Vreeland, J.J. Filliben, R.D. Holbrook, H.S. Weinberg, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, US
-Carriers Transport in Quantum Dot Quantum Well Microstructures of Self-assembled CdTe/CdS/ligand Core-shell System
K. Li, Yanshan University, CN
-Synthesis and Characterization of Cadmium Substituted Copper Ferrite Nano- particles by Citrate Gel Method
Ch. Vinuthna, R. Madhusudan Raju, D. Ravinder, Organation, IN
-Microstructure and magnetic properties of nanosized Fe-Al-Sn alloy powders synthesized by mechanical alloying process
Z. Hamlati, H. Mechri, M. Azzaz, D. Martínez-Blanco, J.A. Blanco, P. Gorria, University of Saad Dahleb, DZ
-Characterization of Lignocellulose Nanomaterials to Discern Morphology Development During Mechanical Nanofibrillation
M.C. Branciforti, H-S. Yang, W.T.Y. Tze, University of Minnesota, US
Graphene - Posters 1:30Expo Hall C
-Mass Graphene Production in a Plasma-Based Synthesis
A. Shashurin, M. Keidar, The George Washington University, US
-The preparation and characterization of the Graphene-Like YBO3:Ce3+
Z.Z. Wang, X.Y. Hu, Y. Wang, S.C. Zhan, X. Sun, H. Miao, Q. Sun, Y.Y. Hao, Northwest University, CN
-Hydrogen uptake of thermally and chemically modulated graphene oxide
M.S.L. Hudson, O.N. Srivastava, S. Simizu, S.G. Sankar, Central University of Tamil Nadu, IN
-Graphene/polyaniline nanocomposite modified electrode for biosensors
O. Chailapakul, J. Yukirdb, N. Rodthongkum, R. Rangkupan, T. Pisitkun, Chulalongkorn University, TH
-Comparisons of electrochemical sensors for heavy metals detection based on filter paper and transparency film substrate
N. Ruecha, N. Rodthongkum, D.M. Cate, O. Chailapakul, C.S. Henry, Chulalongkorn Uiversity, TH
-Bi-Layer Graphene Nanoribbon Memory with Graphene Nanoflake Shuttle
O.K. Kwon, J.W. Kang, J.H. Lee, Semyung University, KR
-Measurement of Graphene-substrates adhesion energy using nano-scratch study
S. Das, D. Lahiri, D-Y Lee, A. Agarwal, W. Choi, University of North Texas, US
-A green approach for the reduction of graphene oxide nanosheets using non-aromatic amino acids
D.N.H. Tran, S. Kabiri, D. Losic, The University of Adelaide, AU
-Modeling and simulations of many body physics and phase separation in nanoclusters and nanomaterials
A.N. Kocharian, K. Fang, G.W. Fernando, A. Balatsky, K. Palandage, California, US
Nanoparticles I - Posters 1:30Expo Hall C
-Flame Synthesized Nanostructured WO3 Thin Films for Photoelectrochemical Water Splitting
J-R Ding, K-S Kim, Kangwon Natonal University, KR
-Preparation of Photocatalytic Silicon Core-shell Nanoparticles Covered by ZnS Shell in Solid-Gas Reaction
R. Dvorsky, P. Praus, L. Svoboda, D. Matýsek, T. Dropa, J. Trojková, K. Šollová, VŠB-Technical University of Ostrava, CZ
-A High-throughput Electrospray Nozzle for Nanoparticle Production
H. Fu, R.A. Hoerr, P.J. Ryan, Nanocopoeia, Inc, US
-Nanoparticles: Synthesis and Film Deposition Using a Simple and Fast Centrifuge Sedimentation Method
J.S. Wang, A.R. Markelonis, C.M. Wai, G.J. Brown, Air Force Research Laboratory, US
-Novel Syntheses of Silica-Gold Core-Shell Particles
M.J. Cook, J.H. Johnston, Victoria University of Wellington, NZ
-Synthesis of oxidation-free copper nanowires toward solution-processed flexible and foldable electrodes
Z. Yin, S. Cho, J. Yoo, S.J. Lee, J.M. Myung, Y.S. Kim, Y.S. Kim, Seoul National University, KR
-Synthesis of nanocrystalline cubic ZrO2:Mn2+ phosphors: Structural and luminescent properties
A. Fernández-Osorio, L. Ramos-Olmos, C.F. Julian, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, MX
-Synthesis of Poly(ST-co-COPSI)particles by soap-free emulsion copolymerization and its optical properties as photonic crystals
H.S. Choo, J.M. Ha, K.C. Lee, Gyeongsang national University, KR
-A Study of Particle Size Distribution in NPP process
J.H. Lee, C. Lee, S-K Koh, H. Kaji, M. Haysashi, GL Materials, KR
-Synthesis and characterization of Magnetite Nanoparticles by Precipitation Method: Its Application in the removal of Pb (II), Cu (II), Zn (II) and Mn (II) ions from aqueous solution
H.I. Adegoke, F.A. Adekola, A.L. Agbelemoge, T.O. Ajayi, University of Ilorin, NG
-Water Synthesis of Glutathione- capped Cadmium Selenide Quantum Dots and Stabilization by PVP coating at Room Temperature
S.A. Arroyo-Vizcarrondo, J. Beltran-Huarac, G. Morell, O.M. Primera-Pedrozo, Universidad Metropolitana, US
-Drug delivery system based on inorganic layered materials
V.R.R. Cunha, P.A.D. Petersen, H.M. Petrilli, V.R.L. Constantino, University of Sao Paulo, BR
Composite Materials II - Posters 1:30Expo Hall C
-Effect of Layer Multiplying Extrusion on the Morphology and Properties of PS/CNT Nanocomposites
R. Jian, C. Barry, J. Mead, University of Massachusetts Lowell, US
-Interlaminar resistive heating behavior of woven carbon fiber composite laminates modified with ZnO nanorods
K. Kong, B.K. Deka, H.W. Park, Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology, KR
-Thermomechanical Properties of Epoxy Resin / Carbon Nanotubes / Clay Nanocomposites
H. Zois, E. Patargia, A. Kanapitsas, A.Z. Stimoniaris, C.G. Delides, Technological Educational Institute Stereas Elladas, GR
-Versatile Polymer-Derived Nanocrystal Microreactors towards Uniform Fluorescent Photonic Crystal Supraballs
J. Zhang, L.T. Ling, Y. Tian, C.F. Wang, S. Chen, J. Zhang, Nanjing Tech University, CN
-Development of a new additive for shrinkage control
J.V. Richard, LPIM, FR
-Nanomechanical and Morphological Characterizations of Spark Plasma Sintered WC- 5Co-1Cr-3MgO-0.7VC-0.3Cr3C2 Nanocomposite Powders Prepared by Solid-State Mechanical Mixing Technique
M. Sherif El-Eskandarany, A. Al-Hazza, A. Alduweesh, Kuwait Institute for Scientific Research, US
-Block Copolymer Nanocomposites With Mono- And Bioriented Structures
R.R. de Sousa Jr., L.G. Amurin, N.R. Demarquette, D.J. Carastan, Federal University of ABC - UFABC, BR
-Immobilization of AgZnO photocatalyst in Poly(acrylic acid) matrix and their photocatalytic activity evaluation
A.B. Jasso-Salcedo, D. Meimaroglou, M. Camargo, S. Hoppe, F. Pla, V.A. Escobar-Barrios, IPICYT, MX
-Percolation theory at work – boosting the heat transfer performance of graphitic nanofluids
E.V. Timofeeva, D. Singh, W. Yu, D. France, Argonne National Laboratory, US
-Annealing effect on composition and functional properties of hybrid C-Au-Ag nanoparticles
A. Manshina, A. Povolotskiy, A. Povolotskaya, I. Koshevoy, S. Tunik, St.Petersburg State University, RU
-Electroplating of Aluminum Thin Layer on Metal-oxide Nanowires/plates for Energetic Applications
Z. Dong, J.F. Al-Sharab, B.H. Kear, S.D. Tse, Rutgers University, US
Coatings & Surfaces - Posters 1:30Expo Hall C
-Development Antifog Nanohybrid Consisting of Polyestyrene Recycled Matrix by Sol-Gel Process
G. Hernández-Padrón, T. Gómez-Quintero, A. Blanco-Hernández, UNAM, MX
-Preparation and characterization of SAPO-34 nanoparticles-mixed matrix membranes (MMM) via combined phase separation method for CO2/CH4 gas separation application
H. Jahanbakhsh Asl, M. Soltanieh, R. Azadi, Sharif University of Technology, IR
-Adhesion and friction between supported pH sensitive polymeric nanoparticles monolayers
L. Giraud, S. Giasson, Universty of Montreal, CA
Nanoelectronics - Posters 1:30Expo Hall C
-Silver Nanoplate Array for Vertically Aligned P-type ZnO Nanorods
J.-H. Park, T.I. Lee, J.-M. Myoung, Yonsei University, KR
-Multi-mode humidity sensitivity of carbon nanotubes field-effect transistors
B. Lebental, H. Woo, E.D. Norman, F.Z. Bouanis, A. Gohier, C.S. Cojocaru, IFSTTAR, FR
-Information-Theoretic Estimates of Classical and Quantum Communication and Processing at Nanoscale
S.E. Lyshevski, L. Reznik, Rochester Institute of Technology, US
-tunneling rate in chaotic quantum system
I. Filikhin, S.G. Matinyan, B. Vlahovic, North carolina Central University, US
-Temperature Stability of PAG-Doped-Graphene, Towards Commercial Production of Graphene Integrated Circuits
H. Al-Mumen and W. Li, Michigan State University, US
Bio Nano Materials I - Posters 1:30Expo Hall C
-Three-Dimensional Bioprinted Biomimetic Nanocomposite Scaffolds for Osteochondral Regeneration
N.J. Castro, L.G. Zhang, The George Washington University, US
-Enhanced Mechanical and Cytocompatibility Properties of Novel 3D Printed Osteochondral Scaffolds
B. Holmes, J. Li, J. Lee, L. Zhang, The George Washington University, US
-Nanocrystalline gold-based hydrogen sulfide (H2S) sensor from M13 bacteriophage template
C.H. Moon, M. Zhang, Y. Yan, N.V. Myung, E.D. Haberer, University of California-Riverside, US
-Synthesis, characterization and in vitro evaluation of cytotoxicity and antimicrobial activity of chitosan-metal nanocomposites
A. Chaudhury, P. Kaur, M. Barnela, M. Chopra, A. Manujab, R. Thakur, Guru Jambheshwar University of Science & Technology, IN
-Combating Dental Caries Via Restorative Materials Containing Antibacterial and Remineralizing Nanoparticles
M.A.S. Melo, L. Cheng, K. Zhang, M.D. Weir, L.C. Chow, J.M. Antonucci, N.J. Lin, S. Lin-Gibson, H.H.K. Xu, University of Maryland Dental School, US
-Chemiresistive hydrogen (H2) gas sensor based on viral-templated Pd nanowires
C.H. Moon, Y. Yan, M. Zhang, N.V. Myung, E.D. Haberer, University of California-Riverside, US
-Photogenerated Reactive Oxygen Species and Charge Carriers in ZnO/Au Hybrid Nanostructures Are Correlated with Enhanced Photocatalytic and Antibacterial Activity
W. He, H-K Kim, W.G. Wamer, J-J Yin, Food and Drug Administration, US
-Synthesis of of Biopolymeric Nanoparticles Using Supercritical Carbon Dioxide as a Dispersion Medium
Y. Bakhbakhi, M. Alhazzaa, M.D. Putra, M. Asif, King Saud University, SA
-Synthesis and electrical characterization of bacterial biofilms
E.R. Cordeiro, H.P. de Oliveira, M.M. da Costa, Univasf, BR
-Preparation and characterization of starch nanoparticles by desolvation method
S. Uzun, J.L. Kokini, University of Illinois, US
-Elongated semiconductor nanocrystals as fluorescent probes for PCR
J. Niehaus, T. Jochum, K. Werner, H. Weller, Center for Applied Nanotechnology (CAN) GmbH, DE
-Novel "smart sticker" to detect pathogenic bacteria in perishable food
S.J. Chaves, M. Grynspan, R. Castro, J.S. Chaves, Instituto Tecnologico de Costa Rica, CR
-Assessment by Ames Test and Comet Assay of Toxicity Potential of Polymers Used to Develop a Field Capable Biosensor
A. Hebert, S. Torosian, K. Gleason, Food and Drug Adminstration, US
-Development and evaluation of different lipid nanoparticles for drug delivery: study of cytotoxicity in vitro and in vivo
E. Winter, C.D. Pizzol, C. Locatelli, I.F. Kretzer, T.B.C. Pasa, Federal University of Santa Catarina, BR
-Production of Nanometer-Sized and Water-Dispersible Melanin for Biological and Medical Applications
Y.-C. Liu, S.-M. Chen, J.-H. Liu, H.-W. Hsu, H.-Y. Lin, S.-Y. Chen, National Taiwan University, TW
-α-Lactalbumin nanoparticles for delivery of bioactive compounds: Preparation, characterization and in vitro evaluation
S. Uzun, J.L. Kokini, University of Illinois, US
Biosensing, Diagnostics & Imaging II - Posters 1:30Expo Hall C
-DETECHIP®: Developing a Molecular Sensing Device
M.O. Okuom, A.E. Holmes, Doane College, US
-Absolute Quantification of Protein Concentration through Electrospray-Differential Mobility Analysis
M. Li, J. Tan, M.J. Tarlov, M.R. Zachariah, University of Mayland College Park, US
-Electrochemical Detection of Alcohol using Enzyme Sensor with Chromatography Paper and its Potential Application as halal Sensor
M.S. Musa, T. Kuretake, Y. Harada, F. Hori and S. Uno, Ritsumeikan University, JP
-A CMOS Lab-On-A-Chip For Neuron Monitoring And Stimulation
Y.H. Ghallab, Y. Ismail, Center of Nano Electronics and Devices (CND) at American University in Cairo/ Zewail City of Science and Technology, Cairo, Egypt, EG
-Nanostructured Acetylcholinesterase (ACHE) Memristor/Memcapacitor Mimicks Brachyhypopomus Electric Fish’s Signal-Cloaking Behavior
E.T. Chen, J. Thornton, Advanced Biomimetic Sensors, Inc., US
-Synthesis of Carbon Dots-Ag/ZnO Nanocomposites for Theranostic Applications
A. Sachdev, I. Matai, P. Gopinath, Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee, IN
-A Self-Powered CMOS Active Pixel Sensor Using Serially Connected Photodiodes
S-H Jo, B-S Choi, J. Kim, P. Choi, J-K Shin, Kyungpook National University, KR
Solar Technologies - Posters 1:30Expo Hall C
-Improved Nanophotonics Simulation Tools for Light-Trapping in Photovoltaics
S. Shepard and F. Rubaiat, Louisiana Tech University, US
-c-SI Wafer Development: A New Approach to Reduce Costs and Drive Efficiency
S. Zehavi, N. Reef, A. Blosse, D. Weiss, L. Hendler, Scifiniti Inc, US
-Electrical characterization with high spatial resolution of P3HT:PCBM blends used in organic photovoltaics by means of conductive atomic force microscopy
Y.M. Omar, M. Chiesa, A. Al Ghaferi, Masdar Institute, AE
-Application possibility of Parabolic Through Solar Thermal Power Plant technology in North Cyprus
N. Cabacaba, M. Dağbaşı, Cabacaba Yenilenebilir Enerji Sistemleri, CY
-Synthesis of Novel Functionalized-Graphene/Quantum Dots Hybrid System for Solar Cells Application
S.S. Babkair, M.T. Khan, A. Azam, kau, SA
-Synthesis of Visible light Nanocomposites for H2 Production
A.M. Hussein, R.V. Shende, South Dakota School of Mines & Technology, US
-Solar Energy System Prototype with a Maximum Power Point Tracking (MPPT)
A.A. Abdelmoaty, A. Helmy, A.A. Rezk, Y. Ismail, The American University in Cairo, EG
-Selective-Area Growth of ZnCdTe on Patterned SiO2/CdS via Close-Space Sublimation
D. Zubia, B.A. Aguirre, D. Pete, K.L. Jungjohann, J. Michael, D. Marrufo, A. Vidana, J.C. McClure, J.L. Cruz-Campa, University of Texas at El Paso, US
Water Technologies - Posters 1:30Expo Hall C
-An integrated approach for industrial water systems optimal design
G.F. Porzio, E. Alcamisi, I. Matino, V. Colla, Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna, IT
-Fabrication and Testing of a Miniaturised Water Quality Monitoring pH and Conductivity Sensors
M.H. Banna, H. Najjaran, R. Sadiq, M.J. Rodriguez, S.A. Imran, M. Hoorfar, University of British Columbia, CA
-Synthesis of nano-hydroxyapatite from a biogenic waste for the removal of manganese from wastewater
O.S. Amuda, K.A. Sanni, L.L. Kolawole, Ladoke Akintola University of Technology, NG
-Photocatalytic disinfection of E. coli using tourmaline-N-doped TiO2 composite
J-H Tzeng, Y-T Lin, C-H Weng, National Chung Hsing University, TW
-Removal of Estrogen Hormones and Bisphenol a from Aqueous Solutions with Polymeric Resins
D. Liu, R.P. Suri, Purolite, US
-More Efficient Hydrokinetic Turbines
D. Farb, Pioneer Valley Renewables, US
-Selection of Penstock Material using Multiple Attribute Decision Making Methods in Small Hydropower
R. Kumar, S.K. Singal, Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee, IN
Materials for Green Buildings - Posters 1:30Expo Hall C
-Rheological performance and NMR structure investigation of ultrasound crumb rubber modified bitumen
L. Filippelli, F.E. Antunes, L. Gentile, A. Spadafora, G.A. Ranieri, C.O. Rossi, University of Calabria, IT
-Attenuating Glazing Energy using Non-linear 3-D patterns
S.-J. Lin, H.-H. Li, Y.-C. Chou, National Kaohsiung University of Applied Sciences, TW
Materials for Sustainability & Efficiency - Posters 1:30Expo Hall C
-Utilization of ceramic wastes as pozzolanics materials
E. Irassar, V. Rahhal, A. Tironi, M. Trezza, Z. Pavlík, M. Pavlíková, M. Jerman, R. Cerný, Universidad Nacional del Centro de la Provincia de Bs.As., AR
-Rheology of Portland cement pastes with calcined clays additions
E. Irassar-Viviana Rahhal, C. Pedrajas, R. Talero, Universidad Nacional del Centro de la Provincia de Bs. As., AR
-STEP, Efficient solar syntheses: A comprehensive approach to decreasing the concentration of atmospheric carbon dioxide
J. Lau, S. Licht, J. Stuart, F-F Li, F. Meng, George Washington University, US
Modeling & Simulation of Microsystems - Posters 1:30Expo Hall C
-A Computational Study on Detection of Ultra Small Volumes of Liquid and Solid Media in Microcavities Using Surface Acoustic Wave Devices
S.U. Senveli, O. Tigli, University of Miami, US
-Simple and Accurate Formula for the Electrostatically Actuated Curled Beam Problem
M. Younis, SUNY Binghamton, US
-Transmit and Receive of a cMUT Cell: Modeling and Experiments
S.P. Mao, X. Rottenberg, V. Rochus, P. Helin, A. Verbist, S. Severi, B. Nauwelaers, H.A.C. Tilmans, IMEC, BE
-TCAD Thermal Analysis of Gate Workfunction Engineered Recessed Channel MOSFET
G. Arora, M. Monika, R. Chaujar, Delhi Technological University, IN
-Impact of Parametric Variations on Heat Conductivity of Gate Electrode Work Function Engineered Recessed Channel MOSFET
M. Monika, G. Arora, R. Chaujar, Delhi Technological University, IN
-Thermal Behavior of Novel Transparent Gate Recessed Channel (TGRC) MOSFET: TCAD Analysis
A. Kumara, R. Chaujarb, M. Monikac, Delhi Technological University, IN
-Resonance Induced by a Time Varying Electric Field
J. Nimmo, I. Filikhin, B. Vlahovic, North Carolina Central University, US
Photonic Materials & Devices - Posters 1:30Expo Hall C
-Enhancement in optical and electrical efficiency of a Si nanocrystal light-emitting diode by indium tin oxide nanowires
C. Huh, T.-Y. Kim, B.-J. Park, E.-H. Jang, S.-H. Kim, Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute, KR
-Polychromatic Light Emission from Electrically Driven Single Pyramid Micro LED
W. Chen, G. Hu, J. Jiang, M. Liu, Y. Yang, P. Xiang, G. Hu, Y. Lin, X. Han, Z. Wu, Y. Liu, B. Zhang, State Key Laboratory of Optoelectronic Materials and Technologies, Sun Yat-sen University, CN
-Near-field and Far-field Properties of Gold Spiky Nanoparticle Dimers
A. Li, S. Li, Nanyang Technological University, SG
-Enhanced Surface Plasmon Resonance (SPR) sensitivity with nano- and micro- structuration of plasmonic films
A. Dhawan, M. Chamtouri, J. Singh, T. Ashok, M. Besbes, J. Moreau, H. Ghalila, M. Canva, Indian Institute of Technology-Delhi, IN
-Plasmonic Waveguides and Interconnects
A. Thomas, A. Dhawan, Indian Institute of Technology-Delhi, IN
-Clad-Modified Fiber Optic Gas Sensing Property Of Pure And Transition Metal Doped Lithium Tetraborate
R. Mohandoss, S. Dhanuskodi, Bharathidasan University, IN
-Investigation of secondary electron emission of a monocrystal diamond for creation microchannel devices with high quantum efficiency
V. Sadovoy, S. Terentiev, V. Bormashov, FSBI TISNCM, RU
-Density of States and Density of the Accumulated Light Energy in Finite Cholesteric Liquid Crystal Layers with Graded Parameters
A.H. Gevorgyan, A.N. Kocharian, California State University, US
3:00Nanoscale Materials CharacterizationAzalea 2
Session chair: Greg Haugstad, Characterization Facility (CharFac), University of Minnesota (bio)
3:00Optical Spectroscopy Integrated with Environmental Scanning Transmission Electron Microscopy: a Comprehensive In Situ Characterization platform
M. Picher, S. Mazzucco, S. Blankenship, G. Holland, R. Sharma, National Institute of Standards and Technology, US
3:20Amplification of Surface Acoustic Waves in Graphene Film under DC Voltage
D.V. Roshchupkin, O.V. Kononenko, K. Tynyshtykbayev, Z. Insepov, Purdue University, US
3:40Nanoscale Chemical Imaging and Spectroscopy of Energy Nanomaterials by Scanning Transmission X-ray Microscopy
J. Wang, J. Zhou, Canadian Light Source Inc., CA
4:00The methodology and the software for the analysis of the atomic density modulation underneath the surface of a nanocrystal
S. Gierlotka, K. Skrobas, S. Stelmakh, W. Palosz, B. Palosz, Institute of High Pressure Physics PAS, PL
3:00CNS SensorsNational Harbor 8
Session chair: Wolfgang S. Bacsa, University of Toulouse, FR (bio)
3:00Wireless flexible strain sensor based on Carbon Nanotube piezoresistive networks for embedded measurement of strain in concrete
F. Michelis, B. Lebental, C.-S. Cojocaru, J.-L. Sorin, Y. Bonnassieux, IFSTTAR, FR
3:20Ultrafast Integrated Humidity and Temperature Sensor Based on Carbon Nanotubes, and a Sensor Controller System
V. Kayastha, S. Gibbons, R. Giedd, Brewer Science, Inc., US
3:40Harnessing the resistive-elastic behavior of novel CNT-graphene hybrid foams for practical sensing applications
F. Wolmarans, H.H. Van, S.J. Li, T. Liu, M. Zhang, Florida State University, US
4:00Ultrathin, Crumpled Graphene-Graphite Transistor Arrays for Three-dimensional Bioelectronics
S. Chun, M.C. Wang, R. Han, S. Nam, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, US
3:00Nanoparticle Release: Carbon NanotubesAzalea 1
Session chair: Li Piin Sung, NIST; Elijah Petersen, NIST (bio, bio)
3:00Methods for Measuring Release of Material from MWCNT-Polymer Composites (invited presentation)
D. Kaiser, National Institute of Standards and Technology, US (bio)
3:20Multi-method analysis of multiwall carbon nanotube polymer nanocomposite after photodegradation (invited presentation)
E.J. Petersen, T. Lam, J. Gorham, K. Scott, C. Long, R. Sharma, L.P. Sung, J.A. Liddle, T. Nguyen, National Institute of Standards and Technology, US (bio)
3:40Release and detection of carbon nanotubes from polymer nanocomposites using single particle inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry (sp-ICPMS) (invited presentation)
D.H. Fairbrother, D. Goodwin, J.F. Ranville, R.B. Reed, K. Marsh, R. Lakone, J.J. Wang, Johns Hopkins University, US (bio)
4:00Assessment of nanoparticle release from MWCNT epoxy nanocomposites (invited presentation)
K. Scott, J. Woodcock, J.W. Gilman, National Institute of Standards and Technology, US
4:20Characterization of surface and sub-surface electrical and mechanical properties of UV-degraded carbon nanotube epoxy nanocomposites (invited presentation)
C.J. Long, National Institute of Standards and Technology, US
4:40Evaluating Stability and Structural Changes of Nanocomposites and Developing Methods to Evaluate the Release of Nanoparticles
E. Sahle-Demessie, A. Zhao, H. Grecsek, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, US
3:00NanoFab: Manufacturing & InstrumentationChesapeake 6
Session chair: Guy A. DeRose, Kavli Nanoscience Institute, CALTECH; Aaron Stein, Brookhaven National Laboratory (bio, bio)
3:00Nanofabrication Strategy towards Realization of Scalable Quantum Computing within and beyond Single Crystal Diamond (invited presentation)
I. Bayn, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, US (bio)
3:25Metal Oxide Nanopatterning by Infiltration Synthesis in Polymer Templates (invited presentation)
C-Y Nam, Brookhaven National Laboratory, US
3:50Focused Ion Beam Lithography with New Source Technologies (invited presentation)
J.E. Sanabia, J. Klingfus, J. Fridmann, S. Bauerdick, Raith America, Inc., US (bio)
4:15Novel Fabrication Technique for ZnO-PMMA Hybrid Submicron Structures
M. Gervasio, Virginia Tech, US
4:35Spatially Controlled Fabrication of Brightly Fluorescent Nanodiamond-Array with Enhanced Far-Red Si-V Luminescence
S. Singh, V. Thomas, D. Martyshkin, V. Kozlovskaya, E. Kharlampieva, S.A. Catledge, University of Alabama at Birmingham, US
4:55High-rate Nanoscale Offset Printing Process Using Reusable Damascene Templates
H. Cho, J. Seo, J. Lee, S. Somu, A. Busnaina, Center for High-rate Nanomanufacturing, US
3:00Polymer: NanocompositesPotomac 6
Session chair: Stephane Costeux, The Dow Chemical Company, US
3:00Probing Critical Particle to Polymer Size Ratios for Non-Einstein Behavior in Polymer Nanocomposites
R.G. Schmidt, G.V. Gordon, S. Swier, T. Cosgrove, Dow Corning Corporation, US
3:20Rheological Characterization of Nano Silica Dispersion in Polyethylene
C.R. López-Barrón, S. Luo, A.H. Tsou, ExxonMobil Chemical Company, US
3:40Toughening of epoxy matrix fiber reinforced composites with two different nanorubber systems for Advanced Industrial Applications
N.G. Ozdemir, Tao Zhang, Kingston University London, UK
4:00Effect of Dispersion Conditions on the Thermo-Mechanical Properties of Functionalized Carbon Nanotube-Reinforced Vinyl Ester
S.M. Sabet, H. Mahfuz, J. Hashemi, Florida Atlantic University, US
4:20Bioinspired Layered Materials with Superior Mechanical Performance Via Interface Design
Q. Cheng, L. Jiang, Z. Tang, BeiHang University, CN
3:00Simulation & Informatics Based Catalysis DesignCamelia
Session chair: Philippe Serp, Institute National Polytechnique de Toulouse, FR (bio)
3:00First-principles DFT approaches for understanding the reactivity of transition metal nanoclusters Are we close to an in silico design of efficient nanocatalysts? (invited presentation)
L. Cusinato, I.C. Gerber, I. del Rosa, R. Poteau, Université Paul Sabatier, FR (bio)
3:25Surface properties of amorphous nanoporous GeS2
G. Ori, M- Celino, C. Massobrio, B. Coasne, UMI CNRS / Massachusetts Institute of Technology, US
3:45Self-Assembled Selenium and Sulfur Monolayers in Catalysis (CANCELED)
V.P. Ananikov, Russian Academy of Sciences, RU
4:05Covalent Immobilization of Various Catalysts on α-Zirconium Phosphate Nanosheets for Heterogeneous Catalysis Applications
Y. Zhou, R. Huang, F. Ding, M. Zhang, M. Xiao, N. Lu, J-W Jhuo, C-C Kung, Y. Meng, L. Sun, University of Connecticut, US
4:25Differentiating electro-catalytic reaction of hydride with respect to a non-Pt catalyst morphology based on first-principles: extended surfaces versus nanoparticles
M.C. Sison Escaño, R. Lacdao Arevalo, H. Kasai, University of Fukui, JP
3:00Materials for Drug & Gene Delivery IINational Harbor 2
Session chair: Steven Zullo, NIBIB/NIH, US (bio)
3:00Targeting Cancer With A Novel Mesenchymal Stem Cell-Derived Nano-Delivery Platform (invited presentation)
M. Machluf, Technion - Israel Institute of Technology, Israel, US (bio)
3:25Selective biophysical interactions of surface modified nanoparticles with cancer cell lipids to improve tumor targeting and gene therapy (invited presentation)
V. Labhasetwar, Cleveland Clinic Lerner Research Institute, US (bio)
3:50β3 Integrin siRNA-Loaded Multifunctional Nanoparticle Therapy for Metastatic Breast Cancer
M. Gujrati, J.G. Parvani, W.P. Schiemann, Z.R. Lu, Case Western Reserve University, US
4:10Controlled Intracellular Release of Camptothecin by Glutathione-Driven Mechanism
P. Botella, C. Muniesa, V. Vicente, K. Fabregat, A. Cabrera, Instituto de Tecnología Química (UPV-CSIC), ES
4:30An innovative local strategy based on drug combined bone substitute
E. Verron, B. Bujoli, O. Gauthier, P. Janvier, J.M. Bouler, INSERM U791, FR
4:50Gel Microparticle System for Targeted Lung Delivery for the Treatment of Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer
N.M. Pinkerton, L. Shi, J. Wan, Z. Szekely, X. Zhang, P. Sinko, H.A. Stone, R.K. Prud’homme, Princeton University, US (bio)
3:00Nanoelectronics IIPotomac 3
Session chair: Curt A. Richter, NIST; Charles Ying, National Science Foundation
3:00Nanoscale Multiferroics For Electro-Magnetic Devices (invited presentation)
G.P. Carman, University of California, Los Angeles, US (bio)
3:25Expanding Device Functionalities via Magnetoelectric and Ferroelectric Components (invited presentation)
E.Y. Tsymbal, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, US (bio)
3:50Collective Behavior of an Array of Spin Torque Nano-Oscillators
P.L. Buono, C. Dabrowski, A. Palacios, J. Turtle, V. In, San Diego State University, US
4:10Acid Diffusion and Lithographic Performance
Y.-Q. Rao, R. Sharma, M. Clark, P. Agarwal, The Dow Chemical Company, US (bio)
4:30Heterogeneous Nano-electronic Devices Enabled by Monolithic Integration of IIIV, Ge, and Si to expand future CMOS functionality
A.V-Y. Thean, N. Collaert, N. Waldron, C. Merckling, L. Witters, R. Loo, J. Mitard, R. Rooyackers, A. Vandooren, A. Verhulst, A. Veloso, A. Pourghaderi, G. Eneman, D. Yakimets, T. Huynh Bao, M. Garcia Bardon, J. Ryckaert, M. Dehan, P. Wambacq, M. Caymax, IMEC, BE
4:50Heterogeneous Reactions and Interfaces at Nanoscale Dimensions
S.A. Dayeh, W. Tang, B.-M. Nguyen, University of California San Diego, US
5:10Random Dopant Fluctuation in 10-nm-Gate Multi-Channel Gate-All-Around Nanowire Field Effect Transistors
H-T Chang, Y. Li, National Chiao Tung University, TW
3:00Micro & Nano Fluidics DevicesPotomac 2
Session chair: Edward P. Furlani, University at Buffalo (SUNY) (bio)
3:00Open-Surface Microfluidics (invited presentation)
J. Berthier, K.A. Brakke, E.P. Furlani, I.H. Karampelas, G. Delapierre, CEA-Leti, FR (bio)
3:20Droplet Dispensing from Open to Close Digital Microfluidics
H. Rezaei Nejad, E. Samiei, M. Hoorfar, University of British Columbia, CA
3:40On-line production of polyelectrolyte coating on monodisperse alginate beads in an integrated microfluidic cartridge
G. Laffite, E. Forvi, C. Hadji, C. Authesserre, M. Alessio, G. Costa, F. Boizot, A. Bellemin-Comte, F. Rivera, CEA LETI, FR
4:00Analysis of Stem Cell Culture Performance in a Microcarrier Bioreactor System
K. Ponnuru, J. Wu, P. Ashok, E.S. Tzanakakis, E.P. Furlani, SUNY Buffalo, US
4:20Modeling of liquid pumping via microchannels
B. Berdenova, A. Ainabayev, Z. Insepov, A. Hassanein, V. Bralts, Z. Insepov, Purdue University, US
3:00Photonic MaterialsChesapeake 7-9
Session chair: Loucas Tsakalakos, GE. Global Research, US (bio)
3:00Hypersonic Phononic Composite Materials (invited presentation)
G. Fytas, University of Crete, GR (bio)
3:25Multilayer hyperbolic metamaterials and their applications in controlling spontaneous light emission
D. Lu, L. Ferrari, J.J. Kan, E.E. Fullerton, Z. Liu, University of California, San Diego, US
3:45Single-crystalline 3C-SiC thin-film on large Si substrate for photonic applications
D. Massoubre, L. Wang, J. Chai, G. Walker, L. Hold, M. Lobino, S. Dimitriev, A. Iacopi, Griffith University, AU
4:05Blueshift of the silver plasmon band using controlled nanoparticle dissolution in aqueous solution
K.B. Mogensen, K. Kneipp, Technical University of Denmark, DK
4:25Plasmon-enhanced Optical Rotation in Nanostructured Metasurfaces
Y.H. Kim, F. Alali, E.P. Furlani, University at Buffalo, SUNY, US
4:45Nanoparticles-nanostructure Cavities as Plasmonic Substrates for Sensing Applications
Y. Sharma, A. Dhawan, Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi, IN
5:05Intelligent Material Solutions Advancing Technologies
J. Collins, H. Bell, Intelligent Material Solutions, Inc., US
3:00Bio Sources for MaterialsChesapeake 10-12
Session chair: Srinivas Iyer, Los Alamos National Labs, US (bio)
3:00Creating New International Markets for Renewable Materials: Why BioPreferred®? (invited presentation)
R. Buckhalt, U.S. Department of Agriculture, US (bio)
3:25AirCarbon: From Concept to Commercialization (invited presentation)
M. Herrema, Newlight Technologies, LLC, US (bio)
3:50Biobased Synthetic Motor Oils – Merging Performance with Sustainability (invited presentation)
J. Bredsguard, Biosynthetic Technologies, US (bio)
4:15Applications of Enzymatic Saccharification Residues as a Fully Biobased Adhesive
I.H. Hafez, H. Yang, W.T.Y. Tze, University of Minnesota, US
4:35Lignin to Fuels and Chemicals -- Converting the waste material to the valuable
J.S. Yuan, Texas A&M University, US
4:55Production of Bioethanol from Macroalgae Cellulosic Residue Using Solid Acid Catalyst Pretreatment and Enzymatic Hydrolysis
I.S. Tan, K.T. Lee, Universiti Sains Malaysia, MY
3:00Nanotech & Cleantech for Oil & GasPotomac 5
Session chair: Willard C. (Bill) Capdevielle, Oil Patch Engineering & Rushan Sakhibgareev, Chevron, US (bio)
3:00Molecular Dynamics Simulation of Adsorption from Microemulsions and Surfactant Micellar Solutions at Solid-Liquid, Liquid-Liquid and Gas-Liquid interfaces (invited presentation)
Y. Akkutlu, K. Bui, J.A. Silas, A. Zelenev, H. Saboowala, Texas A&M University, US (bio)
3:25The rational design of microemulsions for chemically enhanced oil recovery: peaks to thermo (invited presentation)
J.G.E.M. Fraaije, University of Leiden, NL
3:50Interaction of Surface Modified Silica Nanoparticles with Clay Minerals
C.O. Metin, Q.P. Nguyen, The University of Texas at Austin, US
4:10Conformance Control through In-situ Gelation of Silica Nanoparticles
K.M. Rankin, Q.P. Nguyen, The University of Texas at Austin, US
4:30Advanced Coating for Energy Applications
V. Veedu, J. Pollock, Oceanit, US
4:50Nanotechnology in steel tubular goods: Challenges and Prospects
P.A. Castro, Tenaris, AR
3:00Advanced BatteriesChesapeake 4-5
Session chair: Huamin Zhang, Dalian Institute of Technology, CN (bio)
3:00The research and development of key materials of vanadium flow battery
H. Zhang, Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics, Chinese Academy of Science, CN
3:20Stationary Energy Storage Development at PNNL
V. Sprenkle, W. Wang, D. Reed, J.Y. Kim, X. Li, D. Choi, V. Viswanathan, E. Thomson, X. Lu, G. Li, Z. Nie, X. Wei, B. Li, A. Crawford, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, US
3:40Carbon Nanotube Materials for Advanced Batteries
M. Schauer, M. White, M. Gurau, Nanocomp Technologies, Inc., US
4:00Layered Carbon Nanotube Architecture for High Power Lithium Ion Batteries
A. Shah, M.N. Ates, S. Kotz, J. Seo, K.M. Abraham, S. Somu, A. Busnaina, Center for High-rate Nanomanufacturing, US
4:203-Dimensional Carbon Nanotube-Graphene Structure for Flexible Li-ion Battery
C. Kang, R. Baskaran, P. Mumukshu, N. Choudhary, W. Choi1, University of North Texas, US
4:40Atomic Layer Deposition Innovations in Li-Ion Battery Technology
K. Buechler, M. Groner, S. George, Y.S. Jung, A. Cavanaugh, ALD NanoSolutions, Inc., US
3:00Solar Power TechnologiesPotomac 4
Session chair: Brian A. Korgel & Heath Naquin, National Science Foundation I/UCRC for Next Generation Photovoltaics, Univ. of Texas (bio, bio)
3:00Intense Pulsed Light Processing of Semiconductors for Photovoltaics
T. Druffel, R. Dharmadasa, University of Louisville, US
3:20Solar Energy Conversion using a Broad Band Coherent Concentrator with Antenna-Coupled Rectifiers
P. Bodan, AMI Research and Development, US
3:40Low-cost Transmission, Storage, and Integration for Renewable-source Energy: Hydrogen and Ammonia C-free Fuel Systems with Underground Pipelines, Salt Caverns, and Liquid NH3 Tanks
B. Leighty, The Leighty Foundation, US
4:00The NSF I/UCRC Program and its Role in Advancing the Energy and Environment Research (invited presentation)
S. Priya, L. Hornak, R. Rodriguez, National Science Foundation Industry University Collaborative Research Center (I/UCRC), US (bio)
4:25Power & Energy at Raytheon (invited presentation)
A. Walsh, Raytheon, US (bio)
4:50Implications of Photonic Curing on PV-Related Materials (invited presentation)
S. Farnsworth, Novacentrix, US (bio)
3:00Innovation Spotlights: Advanced Materials: BASF & MomentiveNational Harbor 6
Session chair: Allen Dines, University of Wisconsin-Madison, US
3:00BASF - Strategic Innovation Interests
R. Schmeltzer, BASF, US
3:15Momentive - Strategic Innovation Interests
P. Vogt, Momentive, US
3:30Continuous Etch-Free Transfer of Graphene
V. Tsai, Graphene Frontiers, US
3:37Purification of fatty acids with a membrane technology
A. Meyer, Pure Oleochemicals, LLC, US
3:44New natural insulating material
M. Ali, King Saud University, SA
3:51The epoxy resin for ultra-low CTE (Coefficient of Thermal Expansion) composite up to 1ppm/℃
HA Chun, Korea Institute of Industrial Technology (KITECH), KR
3:58Mussel-Inspired Underwater Adhesives and Coatings from Renewable Resources
D. Lozofsky, UCSB Office of Technology & Industry Alliances, US
4:05BASF, Momentive Q&A
3:00Innovation Spotlights: Defense: Boeing, Aerojet & General AtomicsNational Harbor 3
Session chair: Lynn Foster, BPT Pharma, US
3:00Boeing - Strategic Innovation Interests
M. Price, Boeing, US
3:15Aerojet - Strategic Innovation Interests
J. Drakes, Aerojet, US
3:30General Atomics - Strategic Innovation Interests
M. Maughan, General Atomics, US
3:45A Novel Decontamination Process for Powders for Transparent Ceramics
A. Kunda, Lehigh University, US
3:52Hi-powered Ram Air Turbine, (HiRAT)
J. Justak, ATGI, US
3:59TRACER
M. Fox, Spectral Sciences Inc., US
4:06Boeing, Aerojet, General Atomics Q&A
3:30DoD Components’ SBIR/STTR ProgramsNational Harbor 4
-Moderator
C. Rinaldi, DoD, US
-J. Pucci, Army, US
-D. Sikora, Air Force, US
-J. Willams, Navy, US
-D. Deason, MDA, US
-S. Nichols, DARPA, US
-B. Heet, SOCOM, US
-T. Puretz, OSD R&E, US
-L. Pollack, CBDO, US
-M. Flohr, DTRA, US
-N. Seiling, DLA, US
3:30What Do I Need To Know About Fraud, Waste and Abuse?National Harbor 5
-Moderator
J. Glover, Brand Law Group, US
-M. Fisher, NSF, US
-J. Durley, Office of the Inspector General, Health & Human Services, US
-L. Walford, Office of the Inspector General, Health & Human Services, US
3:30Woman-Owned Small Business Success StoriesNational Harbor 7
-Moderator
K. Wheeler, US Senate Small Business Committee, US
-K. Wright, NOAA, US
-M. Mulvihill, Actuated Medical, US
-L. Freeman, Mind Matters Research, US
-S. Auger, Auger Communications, US
-A. Skinner, AnthroTronix, US
-K. Mendell, Mikel Inc, US
3:30Compact Model Tutorial: CNTFET Based HF Electronics - State of the Art and Future ProspectsPotomac 1
Session chair: M. Schroter (bio)
Introduction: Carbon nanotubes (CNTs) were the center of attention in the material science (i.e. physics and chemistry) community during the nineties and early 2000s. CNTs possess a number of advantageous properties which would make CNT field-effect transistors (FETs) for certain applications superior compared to conventional bulk semiconductors. In particular, the one-dimensional (1D) transport in CNTs can lead not only to a low scattering rate and high current carrying capability but also to a linear relation between drain current and input (gatesource) voltage. While THz performance has been predicted for ideal CNTFET structures, practically existing processing and materials related issues have limited the HF performance so far. Therefore, additional electrical features, which are unavailable in existing device technologies, and access to more advanced fabrication tools (such as 180nm lithography) are required for CNTFET technology to become competitive to advanced incumbent MOSFET and HBT technologies. This paper provides an overview on the state-of-the-art of CNTFET technology in terms of manufacturable fabrication, electrical device performance, device modeling, and circuit design from a practical engineering applications point of view. Device fabrication: Various existing approaches will be discussed with emphasis on manufacturability of CNTFETs and integrated circuits for RF applications. Furthermore, the selection of substrate and compatibility of CNTFET technology with incumbent technologies (e.g. CMOS) will be discussed. Finally, a brief overview will be given on novel and potentially useful methods for making the necessary improvements for fabricating devices with competitive performance. Device Modeling: Since CNTFETs are true nanoscale devices, a wide range of simulation tools have been utilized for analyzing their properties and performance, ranging from atomistic (ab-initio) methods over Schrödinger- and Boltzmann-Poisson solvers to compact models. Common to all existing numerical device simulation methods is their focus on just single-tube devices and their extremely long simulation times, which limits their suitability for device design. Similarly, almost all compact models focus on single-tube FETs and assume ideal structures. This paper will review the existing tools and their limitations as well as provide solutions for their improvement and extension to multi-tube multi-finger devices required for real-world (50Ω based) applications. A working compact model for analog RF applications will be presented. Electrical performance: The best fabricated CNTFETs have reached peak extrinsic operating frequencies (fT and fmax) of at least 10GHz. At first glance, this appears to be suitable for addressing the RF market below about 3GHz. The paper will discuss the electrical DC, AC, power and noise characteristics for state-of-the-art high-frequency CNTFET structures along with the still existing issues associated with the fabrication process and measurement issues resulting in apparent linearity. Also, the wide-spread confusion among the circuit design community resulting from literature and business news on multi-10 and even multi-100GHz CNT and graphene based FETs will be clarified. Circuits: Since CNTFET technology is still in an emerging state, only a few RF circuits have been designed so far. Their performance will be reviewed and the major limiting factors resulting from the device characteristics will be pointed out. In addition, the potential linearity of CNTFETs will be discussed and compared to other integrated technologies. Conclusion: The most important achievements of developing a practically useful CNTFET technology will be summarized, followed by a list of still existing obstacles for turning CNTFETs into a competitive technology. Finally, the prospects of a (more) mature CNTFET technology will be discussed.
4:30Compact Modeling Tutorial: Unification of MOS Compact Models with the Unified Regional Modeling ApproachPotomac 1
Session chair: Xing Zhou, Nanyang Technology University, SG (bio)
History has witnessed generations of compact models that are used for designing VLSI circuits as the CMOS technology scales over the past decades. As conventional planar bulk and silicon-on-insulator (SOI) technologies continue to scale into the 22nm technology node and below, CMOS-compatible devices such as multigate (MG) FinFETs and nanowire MOSFETs as well as III-V channel metal-insulator-semiconductor (MIS) high electron-mobility transistors (HEMTs) are emerging as future generation device building blocks. In this tutorial, we review the history and current trends in MOSFET compact modeling, and challenges in extending bulk/SOI models to emerging MG-FinFETs and MIS-HEMTs in a unified approach. A unified regional modeling (URM) approach is introduced for unification of FET compact models, encompassing bulk, partially/dynamically/fully-depleted SOI, double-gate (DG) and gate-all-around (GAA) MOSFETs, and generic MIS-HEMTs, which are scalable over the entire range of gate length/width as well as body doping and thickness. Other challenges in modeling higher-order effects are discussed, such as short-channel with quasi-2D solution, model symmetry and asymmetric source/drain (S/D), dopant-segregated Schottky-barrier (SB) S/D with ambipolar transport, poly-depletion/accumulation, quantum-mechanical, floating-body, 2-dimensional electron gas (2DEG), velocity-saturation and quasi-ballistic effects. Major bench-mark tests of the model (Xsim) in comparison with numerical TCAD and available measurement data are presented.
5:00National Innovation & Federal Agency ShowcaseExpo Hall D