Z05 Poster Session

Wednesday, 4 October 2017: 08:00-17:00
National Harbor 10 (Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center)
Chairs:
Bryan Allen Chin and Zhongyang Cheng
Detection of Foodborne Bacteria based on AlGaN/GaN HEMT DNA Sensors
M. Park, R. Thapa, and A. Son (Auburn University)
Nanostructured Microcantilevers for the Sensing of Volatile Organic Compounds for Environmental and Food Safety Applications
R. J. McNeilly (University of Dayton), P. Hesketh, O. Brand (Georgia Institute of Technology), and K. M. Hansen (University of Dayton)
Clay Coating Systems for Removal of Heavy Metals for Waste Water
D. Blersch (Biosystems Engineering, Auburn University), M. Beidaghi (Auburn University), and E. Davis (Materials Engineering, Auburn University)
Development and Optimization of Capacitive Deionization for Treatment of High-Strength Agricultural Waters
J. Orangi (Auburn University), D. Blersch (Biosystems Engineering, Auburn University), E. Davis (Materials Engineering, Auburn University), P. Chen, and M. Beidaghi (Auburn University)
Real-Time Bacterial Detection in Liquid By Using Magnetoelastic Biosensors and a Surface-Scanning Coil Detector
S. Du, Y. Liu (Materials Research & Education Center, Auburn University), S. Horikawa (Auburn University), I. H. Chen (Material Research & Education Center, Auburn University), Y. Chai (auburn university), H. C. Wikle (Materials Research & Education Center, Auburn University), S. J. Suh (Department of Biological Sciences, Auburn University), and B. A. Chin (Auburn University)
Design, Simulation and Fabrication of a Novel Phage Filter for Pathogens Testing from Large Volumes of Water
X. Lu (Auburn University, Xi’an University of Technology), S. Du, S. Horikawa (Auburn University), Y. Liu (Materials Research & Education Center, Auburn University), I. H. Chen (Material Research & Education Center, Auburn University), H. C. Wikle (Materials Research & Education Center, Auburn University), J. Xi (Auburn University), S. J. Suh (Department of Biological Sciences, Auburn University), and B. A. Chin (Auburn University)
Field-Deployable Wireless Sensor Networks for Mapping Inorganic N-Containing Species in Soil
W. Yang, J. He, T. Knappenberger, M. Beidaghi, D. Nadolnyak, Z. Cheng, B. A. Chin, and P. Chen (Auburn University)
Direct Conversion Fuel Cell of Urine in Animal Wastes and Its Condition Monitoring Sensors for Efficient Water Usage in Agriculture
E. Lee, J. Yoon, D. Lee (Auburn University), S. Woo (Yonsei University), Y. Yoon (Gachon University), Y. Wang (Auburn university), B. C. Prorok, and D. J. Kim (Auburn University)
Dendrimer-Encapsulated Ultra-Small Porous MnO2-Fe3O4 Nanosphere for Clean Water
Y. Zhu, W. Yang, Y. Cai, T. Knappenberger, M. Beidaghi, Z. Cheng, B. A. Chin, and P. Chen (Auburn University)
Fabrication of Magnetostrictive Nano-Tubes/Bar As Sensor Plaform
Z. Zheng, Z. Y. Cheng (Auburn University), and K. Zhang (Taiyuan University of Science and Technology)
Rapid Pathogen detection By Surface Swab Sampling and Wireless Biosensing
Y. Liu, S. Du (Materials Research & Education Center, Auburn University), S. Horikawa (Auburn University), I. H. Chen (Material Research & Education Center, Auburn University), H. C. Wikle (Materials Research & Education Center, Auburn University), X. Lu (Auburn University), S. J. Suh (Department of Biological Sciences, Auburn University), E. Davis (Materials Engineering, Auburn University), S. Mansoorabadi (Chemistry and Biochemistry, Auburn University), D. J. Kim, D. Nadolnyak, and B. A. Chin (Auburn University)
Detection of Bacillus Anthracis Spores in Water Using a Phage-Coated Piezoelectric Membrane
X. Lu, L. Wang, L. Hou (Xi'an University of Technology), and Z. Cheng (Auburn University)
Development of Semiconductor-Based Biosensor for Detection of Buckwheat Allergenic Protein in Food Products
S. Hideshima, M. Saito (Waseda University), Y. Harada, M. Tsuna (Nippon Flour Mills Co., Ltd.), S. Kuroiwa, T. Nakanishi, and T. Osaka (Waseda University)
Label-Free and Highly Sensitive Detection of Buckwheat 16kD Allergenic Protein with Field Effect Transistor (FET) Sensor and Immunochromatography Strip
Y. Harada, M. Tsuna (Nippon Flour Mills Co., Ltd.), S. Hideshima, M. Saito, S. Kuroiwa, T. Nakanishi (Waseda University), and T. Osaka (Research Organ. for Nano & Life Innovation, Waseda Univ.)
Rapid Detection of Bacterial Pathogens on 2D Food
J. Xi, S. Horikawa (Auburn University), I. H. Chen (Material Research & Education Center, Auburn University), Y. Liu, S. Du (Materials Research & Education Center, Auburn University), X. Lu (Auburn University), H. C. Wikle (Materials Research & Education Center, Auburn University), S. J. Suh (Department of Biological Sciences, Auburn University), and B. A. Chin (Auburn University)
Detection of Salmonella Enterica with Magnetoelastic Biosensors in Wash Water Containing Clorox and Chlorine Dioxide
I. H. Chen (Material Research & Education Center, Auburn University), S. Du, Y. Liu (Materials Research & Education Center, Auburn University), J. Xi, X. Lu, S. Horikawa (Auburn University), H. C. Wikle (Materials Research & Education Center, Auburn University), S. J. Suh (Department of Biological Sciences, Auburn University), and B. A. Chin (Auburn University)
Hexagonally Arranged Ag-Hemisphere Arrays with Rough Surface and the SERS Detection to Persistent Organic Pollutants
H. Tang (West Virginia University, Institute of Solid State Physics, CAS), G. Meng (Institute of Solid State Physics, CAS), and N. Wu (West Virginia University)
Detection of Nitrite Pollutant with an Optical Sensor
P. Zheng and N. Wu (West Virginia University)
Detection and Subtyping of Salmonella from Raw Chicken through Targeted Salmonella Capture, Genome Amplification and Whole Genome Sequencing
J. Y. Hyeon, S. Li (University of Georgia), B. A. Chin (Auburn University), and X. Deng (University of Georgia)
Simultaneous Detection of Tumor-Specific Circulating DNA Mutation and Methylation
L. Zhou, B. A. Chin (Auburn University), and A. Simonian (National Science Foundation)
Low Noise, High Performance Physical Sensor for Detection of Ammonia Gas
A. Lotfi (Georgia Institute of technology, Georgia Tech Research Institute), A. Mahdavifar (Georgia Institute of Technology), J. R. Stetter (SPEC Sensors, LLC), D. Struk (Georgia Institute of Technology), M. Navaei (Georgia Tech Research Institute), and P. Hesketh (Georgia Institute of Technology)
Artificial Cilia for Capture and Sampling
S. Hanasoge, P. Hesketh, A. Alexeev, M. Ballard (Georgia Institute of Technology), M. Erickson (University of Georgia), and J. Xu (Georgia Tech Research Institute)
Nondestructive Detection of Woody Chicken Breast
A. Lotfi, M. Navaei (Georgia Tech Research Institute), and P. Hesketh (Georgia Institute of Technology)
Exploration of ISE Sensor Embedded in Garden Weed Block Fabric for Continuous Soil Nitrate Sensing
L. K. Burton, P. Manickam, and S. Bhansali (Florida International University)
Effects of Surface-Scanning Detector Position on the Response of a Wireless Magnetoelastic Biosensor
S. Horikawa, S. Du, Y. Liu (Auburn University), X. Lu (Xi’an University of Technology, Auburn University), I. H. Chen, H. C. Wikle, P. Chen, M. Beidaghi, S. J. Suh, Y. Feng, Z. Cheng, and B. A. Chin (Auburn University)