Nano-Micro Sensors and Systems in Healthcare and Environmental Monitoring 2

Wednesday, 27 May 2015: 14:00-18:20
Continental Room C (Hilton Chicago)
Go Matsuba and Rangachary Mukundan
(Invited) A Chemiresistive Glucose Sensor Based on Polyaniline Nanowire Network
E. Song and J. W. Choi (Louisiana State University)
Nanostructured Sensors for Determination of 3-(3,4-Dichlorophenyl)-1,1-Dimethylurea Based in Molecularly Imprinted Polymers (MIPs) Deposited in Screen Printed Carbon Nanotubes
R. Fernández-Cori (Universidad Nacional de Ingeniería), J. C. Morales Gomero (Universidad Nacional de Ingeniería, Universidad de Lima), B. C. Huayhuas-Chipana (Universidad Nacional de Ingeniería), M. D. P. Taboada Sotomayor (State University of São Paulo), and J. G. Ruiz Montoya (Universidad Nacional de Ingeniería)
A  New Kind of SERS Active Substrate Using a Film of Densely Packed Gold Nanoparticles
G. Rutherford, M. Farrell (Center for Materials Research, Norfolk State University), B. Xiao (Norfolk State University), C. G. Carvajal (Center for Materials Research), K. Santiago (Center for Materials Research, Norfolk State University), and A. K. Pradhan (Norfolk State University)
(Invited) Silicon Nanowire and Graphene Field-Effect Transistors for Sensing Applications
A. Tarasov (Georgia Institute of Technology, University of Basel), M. Wipf, R. L. Stoop (University of Basel), K. Bedner (Paul Scherrer Institute, Villigen), W. Fu, M. Calame, and C. Schönenberger (University of Basel)
Graphene Based Materials for Arsenic Sensing and Removal from Contaminated Water
A. Assirelli, S. Ieffa, R. Bernasconi, L. Nobili, and L. Magagnin (Politecnico di Milano)
Electrochemical Characterisation of a Real-Time pH Sensor
K. M. Herdman (Maynooth University, Maynooth), F. B. Bolger, N. J. Finnerty, and C. B. Breslin (Maynooth University)
Electrochemical Detection of Volatile Organic Biomarkers Using Next Generation Titania Nanotube Arrays
Y. R. Smith, D. Bhattacharyya, S. K. Mohanty, and M. Misra (University of Utah)
Effect of Changed Structure As Well As Composition on the Behaviour of Sn(Se,Te) Compound Semiconductor Thin Films and  Schottky Diodes for Solar Cell Applications (Cancelled)