Nano-Micro Sensors and Systems in Environmental Monitoring

Thursday, 28 May 2015: 08:30-13:10
Continental Room C (Hilton Chicago)
Rangachary Mukundan and Yasuhiro Shimizu
(Invited) Refractory Ceramic Sensors for Process and Health Monitoring of Slagging Gasifiers
E. M. Sabolsky, R. Chockalingam Pillai, K. Sabolsky, G. A. Yakaboylu, B. Armour, A. Teter (West Virginia University), M. Palmisiano, and T. Close (ANH Refractories Company Technology Center)
(Invited) Quantitative Decoding of Complex Gas Mixtures for Environmental Monitoring Using Mixed-Potential Sensors
C. R. Kreller, A. Nadiga, S. C. Brown (Los Alamos National Laboratory), J. M. Reynolds (Tennessee State University), D. Spernjak (Los Alamos National Laboratory), F. H. Garzon (University of New Mexico/ Sandia National Laboratory), E. L. Brosha (Los Alamos National Laboratory), A. V. Morozov (Department of Physics and Astronomy, Rutgers Univerisity), and R. Mukundan (Los Alamos National Laboratory)
Effects of Pt-Based Electrode Compositions on CO Sensing Properties of NASICON-Based Solid Electrolyte Gas Sensors
Y. Shimizu, H. Takeda, T. Ueda, K. Kamada, and T. Hyodo (Nagasaki University)
Combinatorial Structures of Graphene Oxide and SnO2 for Sensing various VOCs
H. Park, Y. Chung, E. Lee, S. Ahn, S. Lee (Auburn University), H. Ahn (Korea Institute of Construction Technology), and D. J. KIM (Auburn University)
Photochemical Decoration of Metal/Metal-Oxide Nanoparticles on SnO2 Nanorods for Improved Hybrid Gas Sensors and Photodetectors for Environmental Applications
C. G. Carvajal (Center for Materials Research), K. Kadri (Norfolk State University, Center for Materials Research), G. Rutherford (Center for Materials Research, Norfolk State University), and A. K. Pradhan (Norfolk State University)
Atomic Layer Deposition of SnO2 for Selective Room Temperature Low Ppb Level O3 Sensing
S. C. Mills (North Carolina State University), B. Lee, and V. Misra (ASSIST-NERC)
Application of AlGaN/GaN Heterostructures for Ultra-Low Power, Low Noise Nitrogen Dioxide Detection
M. Lim, B. Lee, and V. Misra (North Carolina State University, ASSIST-NERC)
An Ultra-Low Power Fast Response TCD Sensor for Airborne Measurements Using Unmanned Aerial Vehicles
S. Li (KWJ Engineering Inc.), A. Shirke, L. Ploense (KWJ Engineering, Inc.), M. T. Carter (KWJ Engineering, Inc), M. W. Findlay (KWJ Engineering, Inc.), M. Papageorge (SPEC Sensors, LLC), and J. R. Stetter (SPEC Sensors, LLC, KWJ Engineering, Inc.)
Concluding Remarks