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BioMEMS and nanotechnology : 10-12 December 2003, Perth, Australia

Author: Dan V NicolauU R MüllerJohn M DellSociety of Photo-optical Instrumentation Engineers.University of Western Australia.All authors
Publisher: Bellingham, Wash., USA : SPIE, ©2004.
Series: Proceedings of SPIE--the International Society for Optical Engineering, v. 5275.
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Genre/Form: Congresses
Conference papers and proceedings
Material Type: Conference publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Dan V Nicolau; U R Müller; John M Dell; Society of Photo-optical Instrumentation Engineers.; University of Western Australia.; Defence Science and Technology Organisation (Australia)
ISBN: 9780819451682 0819451681
OCLC Number: 55006662
Description: xliv, 392 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm.
Contents: Plenary paper: A tornado market --
Plenary paper: Emerging memory technologies --
Plenary paper: Toward the smallest possible photonic crystal lasers --
Plenary paper: Carbon nanotube transistors: An evaluation --
Session 1. Nanotechnology: Nanoparticles --
Stable and very sensitive gas sensor based on novel mixed-metal oxides --
Spark plasma sintering of TiNi nanopowders --
Charging/discharging induced premature breakdown/recovery in Si nanocrystals embedded in SiO₂ matrix --
Session 2. Nanotechnology: Nanotubes --
Influences of temperature on the Raman spectra of single-walled carbon nanotubes --
Field electron emission from randomly oriented nanotubes film grown by CVD process --
Atomic force microscopy investigation of supramolecular self-assembly of the porphyrin nanotubules --
A mechanical model for the motility of actin filaments on myosin --
Exploring tradeoffs in pleiotropy and redundancy using evolutionary computing --
Session 3. Nanotechnology: Thin films, surfaces, and scanning probe microscopies --
Scanning tunneling microscopy investigation of nonanuclear [3x3] Mn[II] supramolecular grids --
Sol-gel processed MoO₃ and WO₃ thin films for use as selective chemosensors --
Session 4. Nanofabrication and manipulation --
Laser-tweezer-controlled solid immersion lens for high-resolution imaging in microfluidic and biological samples --
Bubble's function in the process of readout for PdOx- and PtOx-type super-RENS disk --
Stability of Li-carbon materials: A molecular modeling study --
Application of imprint technologies for creation of micro- and nanoscale pattern --
Optimization design for selective extraction of size-fractioned DNA sample in microfabricated electrophoresis devices --
Session 5. Microfluidics --
The effect of surface character on flows in microchannels --
Optimization techniques for plasma etching of thermoset polymer for microfluidic channels --
Microdroplets for integrated high-sensitivity biosensors --
Microfluidic channel fabrication by PDMS-interface bonding --
Fabrication, measurement, and modeling of electro-osmotic flow in micromachined polymer microchannels --
Protein patterning in polycarbonate microfluidic channels --
Session 6. BioMEMS --
Micro-optical imaging concepts for an intraocular vision aid --
Evaluation of the MOSFET-type enzyme biosensor --
Time-gated detection of europium nanoparticles in a microchannel-based environmental immunoassay --
Smart sensor chip based on bioMEMS --
A novel biosensor for mercuric ions based on motor proteins --
Session 7. Micro- and nanoarrays --
Active probes and microfluidic ink delivery for Dip Pen Nanolithography --
An implantable remote-powered optoelectronic MEMS device for in vivo spectral analysis and biochemical tests --
Microneedle array and insertion guide array for safe use of biomedical applications --
Direct attachment of carbon nanotube on scanning probe tip using dielectrophoresis --
Session 8. Biosensors --
Implantable osmotic-pressure-based glucose sensor with noninvasive optical readout --
Development of blood extraction system for health monitoring system --
Cellular automata for exploring gene regulation in Drosophila segmentation --
Neural mechanisms for analog-to-digital conversion --
Effects of nonlinear elaborations on the performance of a Reichardt correlator --
In vitro osteosarcoma biosensing using THz time domain spectroscopy --
Poster session: --
Phase transition control of nanostructured TiO₂ powders with additions of various metal-chlorides --
Photodecomposition ability of acicular typed TiO₂ ultrafine powder with rutile phase in aqueous 4-chlorophenol solutions --
Fabrication methods, operation, and measurement of electrokinetic fluid manipulation devices --
Optimization of medical test strips --
Carrier mobility and series resistance MOSFET modeling --
Field effect sensors for PCR applications --
Evolutions and distributions of Si nanocrystals and other SI oxidation states in Si-implanted SiO₂ films --
Optical properties and their depth profiling of Si nanocrystals embedded in SiO₂ matrix --
Embedded importance watermarking for image verification in radiology.
Series Title: Proceedings of SPIE--the International Society for Optical Engineering, v. 5275.
Responsibility: Dan V. Nicolau, Uwe R. Muller, John M. Dell, chairs/editors ; sponsored by SPIE--the International Society for Optical Engineering ; cosponsored by the University of Western Australia (Australia) [and] Defence Science and Technology (Australia).

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