Important Notice: Preliminary Poster Program avaible here:

Poster Session 1 (MPS1): Monday 3/17/14

Poster Session 2 (TPS2): Tuesday 3/18/14

Sunday, 03/16/2014
Registration (16:00 - 20:00) (Lobby)
Welcome reception (18:00 - 21:00)

Monday, 03/17/2014
Registration (8:00 - 16:00) (Lobby)
(8:30 - 9:15) Welcome Session - Juan Pablo II (Main Conference Room) -
Alberto Lamagna, Conference Chair IMCS-15
National Authorities from the National Atomic Comission of Argentina (CNEA)
and from the Ministry of Science, Technology and Productive Innovation of Argentina (MINCyT)
(9:15 - 10:00) Plenary Session 1 - Juan Pablo II (Main Conference Room) -
"Nanomotor-based Biosensing: Nanoscale Motion Transduction and Isolation". Joseph Wang, University of California, San Diego, USA
Coffee (10:00 - 10:30)
Lecture Session 1 (10:30 - 12:30)
Sensing for Health, Safety and Security I Technologies for Chemical and Biochem. Sensing I Emerging Sensing Materials and Technologies I Chemical and Biochemical Sensors I
Juan Pablo II
(Main Conference Room)
Auditorium MicroCinema I MicroCinema II
(10:30-10:50) M-JPII-1-01
"Synthesis and gas-sensing properties of porous rh-In2O3 nanosheets". Jiaqiang Xu, College of Science, Shanghai University, Shanghai, China
(10:30-10:50) M-SA-1-01
"A Novel Flow Cell for Opto-Electrochemical Based Dual Sensing of Heavy Metal Compounds". Binu Baby Narakathu, Western Michigan University, USA.
(10:30-11:00) -sp11-
"More than 50 years applying metal oxide materials for gas sensor: improved alternatives using fully integrated devices". Joan Ramon Morante, Head of Material for Energy Area, Catalonia Institute for Energy Research, Spain
(10:30-10:50) M-MCII-1-01
"Analytical applications of electrochemical sensors based on carbon nanostructures", Gustavo Rivas, Universidad Nacional de Córdoba, Argentina
(10:50-11:10) M-JPII-1-02
"Cardiomyocyte-based biosensor system based on electric cell-substrate impedance sensing and CCD image analysis". Ning Hu, Zhejiang Universit, China
(10:50-11:10) M-SA-2-02
"Detection of the ammonia loading of a zeolite SCR-catalyst by a radio frequency-based method". Dieter Rauch, Functional Materials, University of Bayreuth, Germany
(11:10-11:40) -sp17-
"MST enabled gas-chromatography and spectroscopy for multidimensional selectivity: state-of-the art, trends and perspectives for Health, Safety and Security"
Stefano Zampolli,
Institute for Microelectronics and Microsystems, CNR - National Research Council, Bologna, Italy
(11:10-11:30) M-SA-1-03
"Development of gene sensing system of isolated cells and its application to the detection of food poisoning bacteria". Izumi Kubo, Soka University, Japan
(11:00-11:30) -sp10-
"Raman Sensing of electrochemical processes down to the single molecule level". Alex Fainstein, Deputy Director of the Balseiro Institute and of the Laboratory of Photonics and Optoelectronics of the Bariloche Atomic Centre. Argentina
(10:50-11:10) M-MCII-1-02
"A novel and sensitive assay for paralytic shellfish poisoning toxins by electrical cell-substrate impedance sensor". Qin Wang, Zhejiang University, China
(11:30-11:50) M-SA-1-04
"Discrimination of Cells with Specific Surface Antigens Based on Negative Dielectrophoretic Cell Positioning". Tomoyuki Yasukawa, University of Hyogo, Japan
(11:30-11:50) M-MCI-1-01
"Real time gas-imaging with enzyme mesh for breath ethanol after drinking". Kohji Mitsubayashi, Tokyo Medical and Dental University, Japan
(11:10-11:30) M-MCII-1-03
"Detection of acetonitrile at low concentration using modified SnO2 based thick film gas sensors: Response curve and understanding of Sensing behavior". Yadollah Mortazavi, School of Chemical Engineering, University of Tehran, Irán
(11:40-12:00) M-JPII-1-03
"Metal Oxide Gas Sensors for Real Time Air Quality Monitoring". David G. Rickerby, European Commission Joint Research Centre, Italy
(11:50-12:20) -sp04-
"Ultralow power consumption micro-sensors and reactors based on decorated carbon nanotubes". Stanislav Moshkalev, University of Campinas, Brazil
(11:50-12:10) M-MCI-1-02
"Monodisperse AuM (M=Pd, Rh, Pt) Bimetallic Nanocrystals for Enhanced Electrochemical Detection of H2O2". Yuan Zhang, Shanghai University, China
(11:30-11:50) M-MCII-1-04
"Zirconia-based gas sensor using carbon sensing-electrode for sensitive and selective detection of Nox". Tomoaki SATO, Kyusyu University, Japan
(12:10-12:30) M-JPII-1-03
- to be defined -
(11:50-12:10) M-MCII-1-03
"Enhanced Methods for Photonics-Based Biosensing". Steve Semancik, National Institute of Standards and Technology, USA
Lunch (12:30 - 14:00)
Lecture Session 2 (14:00 - 16:00)
Sensing for Health, Safety and Security II Technologies for Chemical and Biochem. Sensing II Emerging Sensing Materials and Technologies II Chemical and Biochemical Sensors II
Juan Pablo II
(Main Conference Room)
Auditorium MicroCinema I MicroCinema II
(14:00-14:30) -sp18-
"Sensors for Hydrogen Technologies", Thomas Hübert, Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing (BAM), Germany
(14:00-14:20) M-SA-2-01
"Label-Free Immunodetection of TSH with CMOS-Compatible Silicon Nanowire Transistors". Tie Li, Shanghai Institute of Microsystem and Information Technology, China
(14:00-14:20) M-MCI-2-01
"All-organic MEMS biochemical sensors based on molecularly imprinted polymers". Karsten Haupt, Bordeaux University, IMS, France
(14:00-14:20) M-MCII-2-01
"A novel approach for catalyst OBD – Comparing directly the up- and downstream atmospheres of a catalyst using a special solid electrolyte mixed-potential setup". Gunter Hagen, Universität Bayreuth, Bayreuth Engine Research Center, Germany
(14:20-14:40) M-SA-2-02
"Effect of UV irradiation on sensing characteristics of optode-type gas sensors". Shinji Okazaki, Yokohama National University, Japan
(14:20-14:40) M-MCI-2-02
"Printed Multi-Sensor Platform and its Integration into RFID Labels for Perishable Goods Monitoring". Danick Briand, Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, France
(14:20-14:40) M-MCII-2-02
"Cross-sensitive polymeric chemical sensors based on cobalt dicarbollide ions with chemically bonded complexing groups". Dmitry Kirsanov, St. Petersburg State University, Russia
(14:30-14:50) M-JPII-2-01
"Solid State Electrochemical Gas Sensor for the Quantitative Determination of Carbon Dioxide". Carsten Schwandt, University of Nizwa, Oman / University of Cambridge, EMC Ltd, UK
(14:40-15:00) M-SA-2-03
"OLED-based and embedded sensor platform for chemical imaging". Torsten Wagner, FH Aachen, Institute of Nano- and Biotechnologies, Germany
(14:40-15:00) M-MCI-2-03
"Size-Dependent Ozone Response of Nanoporous In2O3 Particles in Resistive Gas Sensors". Thorsten Wagner, University of Paderborn, Germany
(14:40-15:00) M-MCII-2-03
"Ligand-linked metal nanoparticles as innovative catalytic material for a miniaturized catalytic gas sensor". Eva Morsbach, University of Bremen, Germany
(14:50-15:10) M-JPII-2-02
- to be defined -
(15:00-15:20) M-SA-2-04
"The study on odor detection method based on brain-computer interface". Liujing Zhuang, Zhejiang University, China
(15:00-15:20) M-MCI-2-04
"Gas sensing properties of doped TiO2 nanostructures". Erdem Şennik, Gebze Institute of Technology, Kocaeli, TURKEY
(15:00-15:20) M-MCII-2-04
"Highly sensitive thin film NH3 gas sensor based on SnO2 operating at room temperature". Franck BERGER, University of Franche-Comté, France
(15:10-15:40) -sp19-
"Exhaled Breath Analysis System based on Chemical Sensors Array and SPME Technique Applicable to Lung Diseases". Hyung-Gi BYUN, Kangwon National University, Korea
(15:20-15:40) M-SA-1-04
"Comparison of design aspects for micro preconcentrators targeting environmental and security applications". Malick Camara, Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), Switzerland
(15:20-15:50) -sp12-
"Zeolites in Gas Sensing Applications: From Basic Principles to in situ Monitoring of DeNOx-SCR ". Ulrich Simon, Institute of Inorganic Chemistry (IAC), RWTH Aachen University, Germany
(15:20-15:50) -sp01- "Electrochemical Biosensing: from carbon nanotubes to graphene". Soledad Bollo, University of Chile, Chile
(15:40-16:10) M-JPII-2-03
"An autonomous portable device to detect and identify explosive vapors". Rodrigue Rousier, Atomic Energy and Alternative Energies Commission, France
(15:50-16:10) M-MCI-2-05
"Interaction Mechanisms of Ammonia and Tin Oxide: A Combined Analysis Using Single Nanowire Devices and DFT Calculations". Joan Ramon Morante, Catalonia Institute for Energy Research, Spain
(15:50-16:10) M-MCII-2-05
- To be confirmed -
Coffee (16:00 - 16:30)
Poster Session 1 (16:00 - 17:30) MPS1 - Meeting Point -

Tuesday, 03/18/2014
Registration (8:00 - 16:00) (Lobby)
(8:30 - 9:15) Plenary Session 2 - Juan Pablo II (Main Conference Room) -
"Bioimaging with Micro/Nanoelectrode Systems", Tomokazu Matsue, Tohoku University, Japan
(9:15 - 10:00) Plenary Session 3 - Juan Pablo II (Main Conference Room) -
"Innovation trends through the “sixth sense” chemical sensing", Maximilian Fleischer, Siemens AG, Corporate Research & Technology, Germany
Coffee (10:00 - 10:30)
Lecture Session 1 (10:30 - 12:30)
Sensors for High Temperature Processes and Harsh Environment Applications I Technologies for Chemical and Biochem. Sensing III Emerging Sensing Materials and Technologies III Chemical and Biochemical Sensors III
Juan Pablo II
(Main Conference Room)
Auditorium MicroCinema I MicroCinema II
(10:30-11:00) -sp21-
" Synergy between catalytic and electrochemical processes in the detection mechanism of electrochemical gas sensors". Philippe Vernoux, ICRELYON, Institut de Recherches sur la Catalyse et l’Environnement de Lyon (IRCELYON), France
(10:30-11:00) -sp07-
"Electrochemical Techniques for the Creation of Smart Microfluidic and Analytical Devices". Hiroaki Suzuki, Tsukuba University, Japan
(10:30-10:50) T-MCI-1-01
"Following Charge Transfer-Dynamics in Single Molecules by Surface Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy (SERS)". Emiliano Cortés, INIFTA-UNLP, Argentina
(10:30-10:50) T-MCII-1-01
"Sensor Coatings Based on Polymer/Plasticizer Mixtures for Highly Sensitive and Selective Detection of Benzene in Water ". Fabien Josse, Marquette University, USA
(10:50-11:10) T-MCI-1-02
"Gas Sensing Properties of Reduced Graphene Oxide- MOx (M=Co,Zn,Ti) Based Semiconductor-Type Sensors at Room Temperature", Xiaogan Li, Dalian University of Technology, China
(10:50-11:10) T-MCII-1-02
"Polythiophene chemical sensors for volatile organic compounds detection". Jose Enrique Eirez Izquierdo, Escola Politécnica da USP Departamento de Engenharia de Sistemas Eletrônicos, Brasil
(11:00-11:20) T-JPII-1-01
"Tamm plasmon resonance sensor using porous films". Baptiste Auguié, Centro Atómico Bariloche/ Instituto Balseiro, Argentina
(11:00-11:20) T-SA-1-01
"Trace Chemical Detection Using Silicon Nanowires in a Vertical Array with a Porous Electrode". Susan Rose-Pehrsson, Naval Research Laboratory, USA
(11:10-11:40) -sp14-
"Design of highly sensitive and selective gas sensors using p-type oxide semiconductors". Jong-Heun LEE, Korea University, Hyungsik Woo, Korea
(11:10-11:30) T-MCII-1-03
"Light-addressable potentiometric sensor as sensing element in plug-based microfluidic devices". Ko-ichiro Miyamoto, Tohoku University, Japan
(11:20-11:40) T-JPII-1-02
"SiC-FET and graphene-based gas sensors for sensitive detection of toxic substances in indoor environments". Donatella Puglisi, Linköping University, Sweden
(11:20-11:40) T-SA-1-02
"Sensitive Detection of Carcinoembryonic Antigen Using Surface Acoustic Wave Immunosensor". Xi Zhang, Zhejiang University, China
(11:30-11:50) T-MCII-1-04
"Microwave hydrothermal synthesis of porous In2O3 hollow spheres for gas sensor". Geyu Lu, Jilin University, China
(11:40-12:00) T-JPII-1-03
"New sensor platform for monitoring of biogas processes". Jens Zosel, Meinsberg Kurt-Schwabe Research Institute, Germany
(11:40-12:00) T-SA-1-03
"A biomimetic olfactory cell-based biosensor with DNA-directed site-specific immobilization of cells on a microelectrode array", Chunsheng Wu, Zhejiang University, China
(11:40-12:00) T-MCI-1-03
"Novel Gas Sensors Characterized by Low Power Consumption, Fast Response and High Sensitivity".
Tie Li,
Micro-system Laboratory, Shanghai Institute of Microsystem and Information Technology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
(11:50-12:10) T-MCII-1-05
"Quantum Dot based Chromogenic Membranes for pH Sensing". Adrian Trinchi, Commonwealth Science and Industrial Research Organization, Autralia
(12:00-12:20) T-JPII-1-04
"Development of potentiometric sensor for Sodium vapor detection". J.P. Viricelle, Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Mines de Saint Etienne, France
(12:00-12:20) T-SA-1-04
"Pretreatment Improves Sensitivity of a Centrifugal Immunosensor Platform for Salivary Cortisol". Masaki Yamaguchi, Iwate University, Japan
(12:00-12:20) T-MCI-1-04
- To be confirmed -
(12:10-12:30) T-MCII-1-06
- To be confirmed -
Lunch (12:30 - 14:00)
Lecture Session 2 (14:00 - 16:00)
Sensors for High Temperature Processes and Harsh Environment Applications II Technologies for Chemical and Biochem. Sensing IV Emerging Sensing Materials and Technologies IV Chemical and Biochemical Sensors IV
Juan Pablo II
(Main Conference Room)
Auditorium MicroCinema I MicroCinema II
(14:00-14:20) T-JPII-2-01
"Study of electrocatalytic activity of electrodes materials and polarization phenomena for detection mechanism investigation and NOx sensor optimization". Romanytsia Ivan, Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Mines de Saint Etienne, France
(14:00-14:30) -sp08-
"Two- and Three-Dimensional Self-Assembled Systems in Artificial Recognition of Chemical and Biological Species".Peter Lieberzeit, University of Vienna, Austria
(14:00-14:20) T-MCI-2-01
"Conductometric Gas Dosimeters for NOx Sensing". Isabella Marr, University of Bayreuth, Department of Functional Materials, Germany
(14:00-14:20) T-MCII-2-01
"Vanadium Oxide Thin Films as Ammonia Sensing Material". Joni Huotari, University of Oulu, Finland
(14:20-15:50) -sp22-
"Two-channel SAW Sensor System for Monitoring Ship Engine Bearing Temperature". Wan-Young CHUNG, Pukyong National University, Korea
(14:20-14:40) T-MCI-2-02
"Cancer cells identification by natural olfaction: an exploitation of the odor-space of Drosophila". Eugenio Martinelli, University of Rome Tor Vergata,Rome, Italy
(14:20-14:40) T-MCII-2-02
"Porphyrins as novel proteins' labels for application in affinity biosensors". Elżbieta Malinowska, Warsaw University of Technology, Faculty of Chemistry, Poland
(14:30-14:50) T-SA-2-01
"An inkjet-printable CO2 sensor based on Polypyrrole/AZO sensing material". Wen-Yu Chuang, National Taiwan University , Japan
(14:40-15:10)- sp15-
"Identification and Quantification of Binary Analyte Mixtures with SH-SAW Sensors Using Multi-Electrode Transducer Designs". Fabien Josse, Marquette University, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA
(14:40-15:00) T-MCII-2-03
"Combined resonance frequency and resistance measurements with a CNTs coated piezoelectric cantilever: application to benzene detection". Hélène DEBEDA, University of Bordeaux, IMS Laboratory, France
(14:50-15:10) T-JPII-2-02
"Why can we detect selectively NOx with Pt/YSZ by applying the pulsed polarization technique – a first model approach". Ralf Moos, University of Bayreuth, Germany
(14:50-15:10) T-SA-2-02
"A novel method of biofilm detection as bacterial infection preliminary sign using fibronectin-immobilized Au-EGFET sensor". Agnes Purwidyantri, Chang Gung University, Taiwan
(15:00-15:20) T-MCII-2-04
" Porphyrin functionalized supramolecular aggregates for chiral recognition". Roberto Paolesse , University of Rome Tor Vergata, Italy
(15:10-15:30) T-JPII-2-03
-To be Confirm-
(15:10-15:40) T-SA-2-03
"Wireless sensors for health and environmental applications". Erica Forzani, Arizona State University, USA
(15:10-15:40) -sp13-
"Surface-enahnced Raman scattering for trace amount organics detection". Zhengjun ZHANG, Tsinghua University, China
(15:20-15:50) - sp03-
"Optochemical Nanosensors based on group III-nitride nanostructures". Martin Eickhoff, Physikalisches Institut, Justus-Liebig-Universität Giessen, Germany
(15:30-15:50) T-JPII-2-04
- To be confirmed -
(15:40-16:00) T-SA-2-04
"Long time detection of celular responses to drugs simulation by SPR imagiong". Yu Xinglong, Tsinghua University, China
(15:50-16:10) T-JPII-2-05
- To be confirmed -
(16:00-16:20) T-SA-2-05
- To be confirmed -
(15:40-16:00) T-MCI-2-03
"Microstructural study of a nanocrystalline oxide to be used for resistivity gas sensors". N. E. Walsöe de Reca, CITEDEF - UNIDEF (MINDEF - CONICET), Argentina
(15:50-16:10) T-MCII-2-05
"Label-free electrical detection of DNA immobilization and hybridization with capacitive field-effect sensor modified with a positively charged weak-polyelectrolyte layer". Arshak Poghossian, Aachen University of Applied Sciences, Germany
Coffee (16:30 - 17:00)
Poster Session 2 (16:30 - 18:00) TPS2 - Meeting Point -
20:00 Conference Gala Dinner

Wednesday, 03/19/2014
Registration (9:00 - 16:30) (Lobby)
(9:30 - 10:30) Plenary Session 4 - Juan Pablo II (Main Conference Room) -
"Smart Chemical and Biochemical Sensors: Modern Trends, Challenges and Solutions"

Sergey Yurish, President and co-founder of International Frequency Sensor Association (IFSA) and Sensors Web Portal, Inc. (Canada).
Editor-in-Chief of Sensors & Transducers journal, Magazine (e-Digest) and IFSA Newsletter
Coffee (10:30 - 11:00)
Lecture Session 1 (11:00 - 12:30)
Technologies for Chemical and Biochem. Sensing V Sensor Arrays and Data Analysis Chemical and Biochemical Sensors V Semiplenary Talks
Auditorium MicroCinema I Microcinema II Juan Pablo II
(Main Conference Room)
(11:00-11:20) W-SA-1-01
"A highly sensitive chemical sensor based on CdSe-ZnS quantum dots and graphene for ammonia detection", Stanislav Moshkalev, University de Campinas, Brazil
(11:00-11:20) W-MCI-1-01
"Considerations for Multi-Analyte Fused Sensor System Design". Susan Rose-Pehrsson, US Naval Research Laboratory, USA
(11:00-11:20) W-MCII-1-01
"Field effect devices sensitive to CO at room temperature". Ricardo Aragón, Laboratorio de Películas Delgadas, D. Física, Facultad de Ingeniería, UBA, Argentina
(11:00-11:30) -sp05-
"Electrochemical sensors and biosensors for the quantification of mycotoxins, antioxidants and hormones in complex samples". Héctor Fernandez, University of Rio Cuarto, Argentina
(11:20-11:40) W-SA-1-02
"Fluoropolymer Films as Selective Filter Materials for Gas Sensor Applications". Stefan Raible, University of Freiburg, IMTEK/AppliedSensor GmbH, Germany
(11:20-11:40) W-MCI-1-02
"Sensor Arrays Based on Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons: Chemiresistors versus Quartz-Crystal Microbalance ". Nadav Bachar, Technion – Israel Institute of Technology, Israel
(11:20-11:40) W-MCII-1-02
"MEMS Chemicapacitive Chemical Sensor Systems". Todd Mlsna, Mississippi State University, USA
(11:40-12:00) W-SA-1-03
"Recessed AlGaN/GaN heterostructures on silicon for ultrasensitive, mobile NO2 detection". Peter Offermans, Holst Centre/imec-nl, The Netherlands
(11:40-12:00) W-MCI-1-03
"Can a machine learn to identify individuals through breath?". Amalia Z. Berna, Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO), Australia
(11:40-12:00) W-MCII-1-03
- To be confirmed -
(11:30 - 12:00) -sp20-
"Mesoporous Oxide Thin Films: a tailorable sensing platform for electrochemical or optical detection". Galo-Soler Illia- CAC-CNEA, Argentina
(12:00-12:20) W-SA-1-04
"Chemically Sensitive Passive UHF-RFID Array". Corrado Di Natale, University of Rome Tor Vergata, Italy
(12:00-12:20) W-MCI-1-04
"SimSens – a New Mathematical Procedure for Simultaneous Analysis of Gases with Resistive Gas Sensors". Rolf Seifert, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany
(12:00-12:20) W-MCII-1-04
"Resonant Microcantilever Chemical Sensor with Self-assembled Hyper-branched Sensing Polymers for Detection of Organophosphate Pesticide Residues". Xinxin Li, Shanghai Institute of Microsystem and Information Technology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
(12:00 - 12:30) -sp24-
"Integrated Analytical Microsystems for Life Science Research in Outer Space Aboard Autonomous Small Satellites". Antonio J. Ricco, NASA Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, Calif., USA
(12:20-12:40) W-MCI-1-05
"Gas identification by thermally modulated SnO2/additive-multi sensor arrays". Navas Illyaskutty, University of Applied Sciences Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany
(12:20-12:40) W-MCII-1-05
"Alkali Metal Ion-Selective Light-addressable Potentiometric Sensor Based on Crown-Ether Functionalized Processing". Da Ha, Zhejiang University, China
Lunch (12:30 - 14:00)
Lecture Session 2 (14:00 - 16:00)
Mechanisms, Modeling and Simulation Emerging Sensing Materials and Technologies V Chemical and Biochemical Sensors VI Semiplenary Talks
Sala Auditorio MicroCine I Microcine II Juan Pablo II
(Conference room)
(14:00-14:20) W-SA-2-01
"Study of the oxygen vacancies changes in polycrystalline SnO2 using impedance and XPS spectroscopies". Celso Manuel Aldao, INTEMA, CONICET, Argentina
(14:00-14:20) W-MCI-2-01
"Influence of the Deposition Parameters of Graphene Oxide Nanofilms on the Kinetic Characteristics of the SAW Humidity Sensor". S.M. Balashov, Center for Information Technology Renato Archer, Campinhas S.P., Brazil
(14:00-14:20) W-MCII-2-01
"An electrochemical CO sensor using a solid polymer electrolyte without a water reservoir". Hirofumi Inoue, FIGARO Engineering Inc, Japan
(14:00-14:30) -sp06-
"Improvement of gas sensing properties of solid electrolyte sensors by electrode design ". Yasuhiro SHIMIZU, Nagasaki University, Japan
(14:20-14:40) W-SA-2-02
"Effect of different bimetallic layer combinations on the sensitivity of a SPR polymer biochip". Leiva Casemiro Oliveira, Fedral University of Campina Grande, Brazil
(14:20-14:40) W-MCI-2-02
"Fabrication of Heterogeneous Nanostructure Array by using Microfluidic Platform". Daejong Yang, Mechanical Engeering Buliding, KAIST, Korea
"(14:20-14:50) -sp02-
"The Progress of Bio-inspired Electronic Nose and Electronic Tongue Combined of Electronics with Biology". Ping WANG, Zhejiang University, China
(14:40-15:00) W-SA-2-03
"Electro-optical characterizations of zinc oxide nanoparticles: an evidence for light-assisted desorption of oxygen", A. Giberti, MIST E-R scrl / University of Ferrara
(14:40-15:00) W-MCI-2-03
"New Transducer Mechanism for Microstructured Gas Sensors Based on Polarizable Thin Films". Martin Schreivogel, Karlsruher Institut für Technologie / Robert Bosch GmbH, Corporate Research, Germany
(14:30-15:00) -sp23-
"Nanostructured Oxides for Use at High Temperature Gas Sensing ". Bilge Saruhan-Brings, German Aerospace Center, Germany
(15:00-15:20) W-SA-2-04
"A DFT Study of ZnO Nanostructures for Gas Sensing". Ting Li, Dalian University of Technology, China
(15:00-15:30) -sp16-
"Quasi-two-dimensional semiconductor oxides: platform for electrochemical sensing and beyond". Serge ZHUIYKOV, CSIRO (Commonwealth Scientific Industrial Research Organization), Australia
(14:50-15:10) W-MCII-2-02
"Hydrogen sensing properties of ZnO and WO3 nanowires". Eduard Llobet, Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Spain
(15:20-15:40) W-SA-2-05
"Novel microthermal sensor principle for determining the ratio of binary fluid mixtures using stationary vortices". Bastian Schmitt, Saarland University, Laboratory for Measurement Technology, Germany
(15:10-15:30) W-MCII-2-03
"Improvement of the sensitivity and the long time stability of work function based Pt/Au carbon monoxide sensors for fuel cell devices". Stefan Simon, Universität der Bundeswehr München, Germany
(15:00-15:30) -sp09-
"Light enhanced gas sensors based on porphyrins and ZnO hybrids". Corrado di Natale, Department of Electronic Engineering, University of Rome, Italy
(15:40-16:00) W-SA-2-06
"In-situ and operando X-ray spectroscopy - a suitable tool to reveal the structure of noble metal doped sensing materials ". David Degler, Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen, Germany
(15:30-15:50) W-MCI-2-04
"Arrays of micromechanical pillars for biochemical detection". Valeria Toffoli, University of Trieste, Italy
(15:30-15:50) W-MCII-2-04
"Temperature-Enhanced Transient Response Analysis for Rapid Identification and Quantification of Chemical Compounds". Alexander Vergara, Steve Semancik, Biomolecular Measurement Division, National Institute of Standards and Technology, USA
Farewell Session (16:00 - 17:00) (Juan Pablo II (Main Conference room))