TechConnect World 2017
National SBIR/STTR Conference National Innovation Summit & Showcase Nanotech 2017

Chemical, Physical & Bio-Sensors

Chemical, Physical, and Bio Sensors

Key Speakers

Radislav A. PotyrailoMultivariable Sensors for Ubiquitous Monitoring of Gases
Radislav A. Potyrailo
Principal Scientist, GE Global Research, US

Kenneth J. LohMultifunctional Materials and Tomographic Algorithms for Human and Structural Sensing
Kenneth J. Loh
Associate Professor, University of California, San Diego

Dorothy F. FarrellThe Nanotechnology for Sensors and Sensors for Nanotechnology Signature Initiative
Dorothy F. Farrell
Program Director, Office of Cancer Nanotechnology Research, National Cancer Institute

Martin E. Poitzsch“NanoProbes” for Oil Reservoir Sensing and Intervention
Martin E. Poitzsch
Team Leader, Reservoir Engineering Technology, Aramco Research Center – Boston

William (Cy) WilsonSensing Opportunities for NASA Aerospace Missions
William (Cy) Wilson
Electronics Engineer, NASA Langley Research Center

USDA Special Session - Nano-biosensors and Nanomaterials for Agriculture, Food and Diagnostics

This session focuses on recent advancements in the development of nanotechnology-enabled biosensors for applications in agriculture, food, water, soil and healthcare diagnostic sectors. The scope will include nanomaterials functionalized with novel bioreceptors and biomimics for enhanced interaction with target analytes. Nanoparticles, nanofilms, nanorods, and other nano-structures for effective transducing capabilities are also of interest. Novel forms of signal generation and their robust output will be important to a reliable sensing mechanism. New methods of measurements involving nanomaterials will contribute to wider applications. Submissions are also welcome in all aspects of synthesis, characterization, toxicity evaluation and exploration of new applications.

Vincent F. BraltsSession Chair
Vincent F. Bralts
Professor Of Agricultural & Biological Engineering, Purdue University

Kaustubh D. BhaleraoA Novel Flow Cytometry Based Methodology to Characterize the Microbiome in Animal Systems
Kaustubh D. Bhalerao
Associate Professor, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Evangelyn C. AlociljaGlobal Validation of the Nano-enabled Biosensor for Rapid Diagnosis and Surveillance of Infectious Diseases
Evangelyn C. Alocilja
Professor and Program Director, Michigan State University

Jenna RickusCellular design principles for biomimetic approaches to next generation biosensors
Jenna Rickus
Professor Of Agricultural & Biological Engineering, Purdue University


Symposium Sessions

Monday May 15

1:30Sensor Keynotes

Tuesday May 16

10:30Photonics Sensors
1:30Chemical & Physical Sensors

Wednesday May 17

8:30Biosensors I
10:30Biosensors II
1:30USDA Special Session: Nano-biosensors & Nanomaterials for Agriculture, Food & Diagnostics
Sensors - Chemical, Physical & Bio: Posters

Symposium Program

Monday May 15

1:30Sensor KeynotesNational Harbor 2
Session chair: Martin Poitzsch, Aramco Research Center, US
1:30“NanoProbes” for Oil Reservoir Sensing and Intervention (invited presentation)
M.E. Poitzsch, Aramco Research Center, US
1:55The Nanotechnology for Sensors and Sensors for Nanotechnology Signature Initiative (invited presentation)
D. Farrell, National Cancer Institute, US
2:20Damage Detection Sensor System for Aerospace and Multiple Applications, vol. 3: pp. 264-266
M. Williams, M. Lewis, T. Gibson, J. Lane, C. Ihlefeld, National Aeronautics and Space Adminstration, US
2:40Multifunctional Materials and Tomographic Algorithms for Human and Structural Sensing (invited presentation)
K.J. Loh, University of California, San Diego, US
3:05Multivariable Sensors for Ubiquitous Monitoring of Gases (invited presentation)
R. Potyrailo, GE Global Research, US
3:30Scalable Printing of Nano and Microscale Sensors and Electronics (invited presentation)
A. Busnaina, W.L. Smith, Northeastern University, US

Tuesday May 16

10:30Photonics SensorsNational Harbor 2
Session chair: Radislav A. Potyrailo, GE Global Research, US
10:30Photonic Crystal Fiber Based Refractive Index Sensor, vol. 3: pp. 203-206
K. Nazeri, V. Ahsani, F. Ahmed, P.C. Lee, M.B.G. Jun, Purdue University, US
10:50Cyber-Physical Magnetic Field Sensors, vol. 3: pp. 215-218
V. Kravljaca and S.E. Lyshevsk, Rochester Institute of Technology, US
11:10Integrated Surface-Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy Sensors for Process Monitoring, vol. 4: pp. 214-217
X. Zhang, O. Rabin, K. Zhang, R.M. Briber, H. von Bredow, C. Metting, G. Atanasoff, University of Maryland, US
11:30Optical Fiber-Top Microcavity Sensor for CO2 Detection, vol. 3: pp. 235-238
J. Wu, M-J Yin, K. Taeuber, A. Dani, R. Guterman, J. Yuan, A.P. Zhang, H-Y Tam, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, HK
11:50Comparative Study of Gold Nanoantennas for the Plasmonic-Enhanced Single Molecular Fluorescence and the Application as Biosensor in Single-Molecule Level
M. Peng, C. Niu, J. Ouyang, Beijing Normal University, CN
12:10Distributed Monitoring of Soil and Groundwater during In-Situ Thermal Remediation Using Fiber Optic Sensors, vol. 3: pp. 258-260
H. Alemohammad, A. Azhari, R. Liang, AOMS Technologies Inc., CA
1:30Chemical & Physical SensorsNational Harbor 2
Session chair: William (Cy) Wilson, NASA Langley Research Center,US; Dalia Yablon, SurfaceChar LLC, US
1:30Sensing Opportunities for NASA Aerospace Missions (invited presentation)
W. Wilson, NASA Langley Research Center, US
1:55Self-Sustained Infrared Temperature Sensor Arrays, vol. 3: pp. 199-202
R. Mittmann Reis and S.E. Lyshevsk, Rochester Institute of Technology, US
2:15Evaluation of In2O3 prepared by the delayed ignition combustion process as a gas sensor, vol. 3: pp. 219-222
K. Lionti, A. Fasoli, L. Sundberg, F. Ceccarelli, R.D. Miller, L. Bozano, IBM Research - Almaden, US
2:35A New Gas/Supercritical Fluid (SCF) Diffusivity and Solubility Measurement Method for CO2 Saturated Polymer Systems Using Optical Transmission Property, vol. 3: pp. 207-210
S.X. Yao, J. Lee, J.K. Lee, M.B.G. Jun, P.C. Lee, University of Vermont, US
2:55Zinc Oxide optical and chemical sensors fabricated by Ink Jet printing and drop casting, vol. 3: pp. 211-214
D.J. Ewing, M. Casper, A. Stramel, B. Morick, B. Cook, J. Wu, The Department of Energy's Kansas City National Security Campus, US
3:15Alcohol conent measuring system based in interstitial fluid extraction and SAW sensors, vol. 3: pp. 283-286
A. Gnadinger, P. Gnadinger, COGNA Scientific LLC, US
3:35Sensing Solution for Airborne Carbon Nanotube Exposure in Workplaces Based on Surface-Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy, vol. 3: pp. 275-278
R. Bieri, J. Borek-Donten, B. Celikkol Zijlstra, S. Cattaneo, T. Bürgi, Stat Peel, CH
3:55Tunable Conductive Nanomesh-based Pressure Sensors with High Sensitivity and Wide Operation Range for Wearable Health Monitoring Applications
H. Chang, S. Kim, S. Jin, S-W Lee, K-Y Lee, H. Yi, Korea Institute of Science and Technology, KR

Wednesday May 17

8:30Biosensors INational Harbor 2
Session chair: Margaret Frey, Cornell Universty, US
8:30Cellular design principles for biomimetic approaches to next generation biosensors (invited presentation)
J. Rickus, Purdue University, US
8:55DNA Nanotechnology; A platform for sensing
S. Buckhout-White, M.G. Ancona, E.R. Goldman, I.L. Medintz, Naval Research Laboratory, US
9:15Development of a time-correlated single-photon counting (TCSPC) Raman spectrosensing platform for early diagnosis of neurodegeneration diseases
J. Wang, M.H. Greenlee, C. Yu, Iowa State University, US
9:35Fluorescence blinking as an output signal for programmable biosensing
M. Jones, K. Afonin, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, US
9:55A Noninvasive Fluorescent Biosensor for Transdermal Glucose, vol. 3: pp. 243-246
L. Tolosa, S. Brown, C. Tiangco, E. Corson, University of Maryland Baltimore County, US
10:30Biosensors IINational Harbor 2
Session chair: Jenna Rickus, Purdue University, US
10:30Surface Functional Poly(lactic Acid) Electrospun Nanofibers for Biosensor Applications
M.W. Frey, E. Gonzalez, L. Shepherd, Cornell Universty, US
10:50Stimulus-Response Biosensor for Determining Bacteria Viability Using Lectin-Glycoenzyme Nanobrushes
E.S. McLamore, I. Khondaker, C. Gomes, D. Alves De Oliveira, University of Florida, US
11:10Label-free, rapid Listeria monocytogenes biosensor based on a stimulus response nanobrush and nanometal hybrid electrode, vol. 3: pp. 279-282
S. Althawab, D.A. Oliveira, C. Smith, E.S. McLamore, C. Gomes, Texas A&M University, US
11:30Fiber-optic sensor for bacteria detection based on intensity-modulated SPR by monochromatic excitation, vol. 3: pp. 231-234
A. da Silva Arcas, F. da Silva Dutra, R.C.S. Barros Allil, M.M. Werneck, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, BR
1:30USDA Special Session: Nano-biosensors & Nanomaterials for Agriculture, Food & DiagnosticsPotomac 6
Session chair: Hongda Chen, U.S. Department of Agriculture
1:30Session Chair Overview (invited presentation)
V. Bralts, Purdue University, US
1:55A Novel Flow Cytometry Based Methodology to Characterize the Microbiome in Animal Systems (invited presentation)
A.S. Dhoble, K.D. Bhalerao, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, US
2:20Global Validation of the Nano-enabled Biosensor for Rapid Diagnosis and Surveillance of Infectious Diseases (invited presentation)
E.C. Alocilja, Michigan State University, US
2:45Scalable manufacturing of graphene-based biosensors functionalized with enzyme-nanoparticle bioconjugates for rapid, in-field pesticide monitoring
J.A. Hondred, S.R. Das, J.C. Breger, S.A. Walper, I.L. Medintz, J.C. Claussen, Iowa State University, US
3:05Nanoparticle-based enzymatic sensors – accessing enhanced activity
J.C. Breger, M.G. Ancona, S.A. Walper, C.W. Brown III, E. Oh, K. Susumu, J.N. Vranish, I.L. Medintz, U.S. Naval Research Laboratory, US
Sensors - Chemical, Physical & Bio: PostersPotomac Registration Hall
Visible Light Absorbing Photoremovable Protecting Groups, vol. 3: pp. 223-226
M. Juetten, Iowa State University Research Foundation, US
Comparative study of chemo-bio synthesized MgO nano particles for LPG sensing, vol. 3: pp. 227-230
S. Goutham, D.S. Kumar, K.V. Rao, JNT UNiversity Hyderabad, IN
Triggering and focusing bacterial quorum sensing signal by nano-magnetic assembly
Q. Wang, Y. Guan, W. Bentley, G. Payne, C-Y Tsao, D.N. Quan, Y. Li, B. Zhang, L. Mei, University of Maryland, US
Using Gold Nanorod Arrays and Cellulose Nanocomposite as SERS Substrates for Detection of Pesticide Residues in Foods
M. Lin, F. Alsammarraie, P. Liou, University of Missouri, US
Linear-Logarithmic Two-Transistor Active Pixel Sensor with Wide Dynamic Range, vol. 3: pp. 239-242
S-H Jo, M. Bae, B-S Choi, P. Choi, J-K Shin, Kyungpook National University, KR
Biosensor prototype based on carbon nanotubes for the RF-detection and NIR-treatment of HeLa cells, vol. 3: pp. 247-249
G. Caro, K. García, J. Avalos, G. Morell, University of Puerto Rico, US
A model for an Optical Ring Microresonator towards Nanoparticle Detection, vol. 3: pp. 254-257
F. Ahmeti, K. Teker, Istanbul Sehir University, TR
Rapid Detection of Drugs-of-abuse in Urine and Oral Fluid by Mass Spectrometry, vol. 3: pp. 261-263
T-T Ng, B. Hu, P-K So, Z. Yao, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, HK
A NANOeSPRi-based IVD Assay for Multiple Organ Injury
D. Patel, J. Obliosca, G. Zhang, Z. Zhou, Luna Innovations Inc., US
Discharge Region Sensing Technology of High Voltage Equipment Based on The Testing of The Corona Radiation Field, vol. 3: pp. 267-270
W. Chuang, C. Xi, S. Geng-chen, T. Kai, Beijing Institute of Technology, CN
Organic Nanobiomimetic Memristor/Memcapacitor Devices Ultrasensitive Direct Detect Matrix Matelloproteinase-2 in Human Serum, vol. 3: pp. 271-274
E.T. Chen, J. Thornton, S-H. Duh and P.T. Kissinger, Advanced Biomimetic Sensors, US
Gait Analysis and Classification of Restricted Knee, vol. 3: pp. 250-253
K. Tang, Xi Chen, W. Wang, J. Yu, Beijing Institute of Technology, CN
Voluntary Intention Driven Hybrid Functional Electrical Stimulation (FES)-robotic Exoskeleton for Coordinated Upper Limb Rehabilitation after Stroke
X. Hu, H. Wai, J. Hu, X. Zheng, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, HK

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Platinum Sponsors
Lockheed Martin

Silver Sponsors
Park Systems
Penn State

Corporate Acceleration Partners
Church & Dwight
Eastman Chemical
Energizer Holdings Inc.
Lockheed Martin
Owens Corning
Sherwin Williams

Technology Development Partners
AirForce Technology Transfer
Business Sweden
Idaho National Laboratory
Innovate Hawaii
Iowa State University
Jefferson Lab
Kansas City National Security Campus
KYUNGPOOK National University
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
New Jersey Innovation Institute
University of Buffalo NYSCEMI
Sandia National Laboratories
SungKyunKwan University
Texas Tech Research Commercialization
University Of Melbourne
University Of Minnesota
University Of Vermont
UCLA Technology Development Group
Vermont Department Economic Development
Vermont Technology Council

Supporting Partners
American Elements
Angel Capital Associates
Arrowhead Center
Asia Nano Forum
Diplomacy Matters
European Commission
European Cluster Collaboration Platform
Explore Nano
Graphene Council
Graphene Entrepreneur
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Taylor Francis CRC
Texas Nanotech Initiative

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