TechConnect World 2019
 

Chemical, Physical & Bio-Sensors

Chemical, Physical, and Bio Sensors

Symposium Chair

Martin PoitzschMartin Poitzsch
Leader Reservoir Engineering Technologies Team
Aramco Services Company

Key Speakers

William P PartridgeWilliam P Partridge
Distinguished Scientist
Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Tim SwagerChemiresistors: Low Cost and Near Zero Power Sensors
Tim Swager
John D. MacArthur Professor of Chemistry, MIT, Co-founder, C2Sense

Michael McConneyNovel Liquid Crystalline Photonic Sensors
Michael McConney
Materials Research Scientist, Air Force Research Laboratory, Wright-Patterson AFB

Heather A. ClarkBuilding an Imaging Toolbox: Nanosensors for In Vivo Imaging
Heather A. Clark
Professor, Northeastern University

Jason CoxFrom Fiber Devices to Fabric Systems – Enabling a Moore’s Law for Fibers
Jason Cox
Director; Fiber Device Technology & Integration, Advanced Functional Fabrics of America (AFFOA)

 

Symposium Sessions

Tuesday June 18

1:30Novel Physical & Chemical Sensors
4:00Sensors I: Posters

Wednesday June 19

10:30Novel Sensor Deployment
1:30Biosensors
3:30Sensors II: Posters

Symposium Program

Tuesday June 18

1:30Novel Physical & Chemical Sensors204
Session chair: Martin Poitzsch, Aramco Services, US
1:30W. Partridge, Jr., Oak Ridge National Laboratory, US
1:55Chemiresistors: Low Cost and Near Zero Power Sensors
T.M. Swager, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, US
2:20Trace Detection of Explosives Using Metal Oxide Nanostructured Catalysts
P. Ricci, A. Rossi, A. Kelly, O. Gregory, University of Rhode Island, US
2:40Thermal Nucleation for High Pressure Fluid Phase Measurements
M. Sullivan, C. Harrison, Schlumberger-Doll Research, US
3:00Novel lab on a chip techniques to efficiently pre-screen chemicals at close to harsh underground reservoir conditions for applications in oil industry
M. Kawelah, G. Jian, W. Wang, S. Chang, A. Gizzatov, A.I. Abdel-Fattah, Aramco Services Company: Aramco Research Center—Boston, US
3:20Large-Area Microchannel Plates and Photodetectors
T. Cremer, B.W. Adams, M. Aviles, C. Ertley, M.R. Foley, C. Hamel, A. Lyashenko, M.J. Minot, M.A. Popecki, M.E. Stochaj, W.A. Worstell, J.W. Elam, A.U. Mane, M. Gebhard, O.H. Siegmund, Incom Inc., US
4:00Sensors I: PostersHall C
A novel colorimetric H2S measurement for environmental and oil and gas applications
V.W.L. Skates, R.E.G. van Hal, Schlumberger-Doll Research, US
Freestanding Nanocomposite Membranes: Microelectromechanical Chemical Sensors and Multivariate Sensing Platforms
H. Schlicke, S.C. Bittinger, H. Hartmann, T. Vossmeyer, Fraunhofer Center for Applied Nanotechnology, DE
Enhanced peroxidase-like catalytic assay for the colorimetric aptamer-based biosensing of amphetamine-type stimulants using multi-shaped gold nanoparticle-graphene oxide-hemin hybrid nanozyme
O. Adegoke, N.N. Daeid, University of Dundee, UK
An Efficient Non-enzymatic Electrocatalyst based on CuO/Ag Nanoparticle for Selective and Sensitive Detection of Glucose
P. Viswanathan, J-Dl Hong, INCHEON NATIONAL UNIVERSITY, KR
Real-time On-board Nanoparticle Sensors for Automotive Particulate Emission Applications
A.G. Konstandopoulos, C. Oikonomidou, R.E. Metallinou, D.A. Dimitrakis, CERTH, GR
HomogeneoUltra-Stretchable Electronic Polymer Strain Sensor with Excellent Linearity and Unique Repeatable, Autonomous Self-Healing Ability
Y. Lu, J-W Jeon, E.K. Wujcik, The University of Alabama, US
A Novel Nanoscale Scanning Electrochemical Microscope Electrode and Its Utilization as Aptamer Based Biosensor
A. Guver, P. Milas, M. Guy, V. Yigit, M.T. Sigindere, T. Yildirim, I. Unlu, K. Green, B. Ozturk, Morgan State University, US
Changes in hysteretic behavior of PMA thin films due to the interaction with CoFe2O4 nanoparticles: A new way for magnetic sensing
S. Michea, R. Melo Freire, J.L. Palma , J. C. Denardin, D. ALtbir, Universidad Autonoma de CHile, CL
Nanoscale Variable-Area Electronic Devices: Contact Mechanics and Hypersensitive Pressure Application
L. Merces, R.F. de Oliveira, C.C. Bof Bufon, Brazilian Center of Research in Energy and Materials (CNPEM), BR

Wednesday June 19

10:30Novel Sensor Deployment204
10:30From Fiber Devices to Fabric Systems – Enabling a Moore’s Law for Fibers
J. Cox, Advanced Functional Fabrics of America, US
10:55Homogeneous Ultra-Stretchable Electronic Polymer Strain Sensor with Excellent Linearity and Unique Repeatable, Autonomous Self-Healing Ability
Y. Lu, J-W Jeon, E.. Wujcik, The University of Alabama, US
11:15Novel Liquid Crystalline Photonic Sensors
M. McConney, U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory, US
11:40Augmented Reality Apps for Rapid, Low-Cost Diagnostics
S. Russell, R. de la Rica, Balearic Islands Health Research Institute (IdISBa), ES
12:00Triboelectric Self-Powered Wearable Flexible Patch as 3D Motion Control Interface
V.C. Lee, Q. Shi, M. Zhu, T. Heb, National University of Singapore, SG
1:30Biosensors204
1:30Building an Imaging Toolbox: Nanosensors for In Vivo Imaging
H. Clark, Northeastern University, US
1:55Poly(thymine)-templated copper nanoparticles for the sensitive and selective detection of microRNA
S.F.Y. Li, National University of Singapore, SG
2:15Detection of Ligand-Induced Stabilization of DNA Based on Thermal Profiles from an Electronic Microscale Platform
S.M. Robinson, J.R. Askim, H.O. Sintim, S. Semancik, University of Maryland, US
2:35Porous Silicon Optical Biosensor for Highly Sensitive Detection Of Mycotoxins in Field Crops
I. Freidman, G. Shtenberg, Bar Ilan University, IL
3:30Sensors II: PostersBoylston Hallway
Bionanotechnology applied to the problem of heavy metals in plants
Y. Reyes, E. González, Pontificia Universidad Javeriana, CO
Biosensor-based detection of fungal enzyme activity for quantitative evaluation of invasive fungal diseases in immunocompromised patients
N. Ibrisimovic Mehmedinovic, M. Ibrisimovic, J. Dedic, A. Kesic, Z. Hodzic, N. Hadzigrahic, University of Tuzla, Faculty of Natural Sciences and Mathematics, BA
AMP immobilized low-k dielectrics for on-chip biosensor
A. Shende, B. Maddipudi, V.S. Amar, H. Dosch, R.V. Shende, South Dakota School of Mines and Technology, US
Vanishing Devices – From Sensors to Drones Enabled by Transient Polymers
P.A. Kohl, J. Jiang, A. Engler, M. Warner, Georgia Institute of Technology, US
Surface plasmon sensor in kinetic mode for evaluation of molecular interactions
A. Hernández, E. González, Pontificia Universidad Javeriana, CO
A fast, high resolution and wide area airborne gimballed imaging system
X. Sun, NextGen Imaging Technologies (NGIT), Inc, US
Vertical interconnects of networks of carbon nanotubes in liquid crystals for pressure sensing
M. Murali, H. Agha, G. Scalia, University of Luxembourg, LU
Study of frequency response of micropillar based acoustic wave sensors
S. Ji, University of Massachusetts Lowell, US

Sensors seem to be everywhere in the environment and equipment around us; and they are expected to become even more omnipresent! They are the enablers that trigger alarms and processes to keep our world running smoothly and hopefully, to conserve resources and assets by managing them more efficiently. In this Symposium, we place a special focus on sensors that are enabled by novel measurement physics or chemistry and in particular, by emergent areas of nanotechnology. Specific topics that we would like to consider in this Symposium include the following:

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