Orlando World Center Marriott Resort & Convention Center
Orlando, Florida, United States
5 - 9 April 2010
Conference 7679
Micro- and Nanotechnology Sensors, Systems, and Applications II
Monday - Friday 5 - 9 April 2010
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Abstract Due:
21 September 2009

Author Notification:
27 November 2009

Manuscript Due Date:
8 March 2010

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Monday 5 April Show All Abstracts
Session 1:
AFOSR Nanotechnology Research
Monday 5 April 2010
8:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Engineered carbon nanotubes and graphene for nano-electronics and nanomechanics (Invited Paper)
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New optical detector concepts for space applications (Invited Paper)
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Nanocrystalline ZnO microwave thin film transistors (Invited Paper)
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Photodetectors on structures with vertically correlated dot clusters (Invited Paper)
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Multispectral infrared photodetector with carbon nanotube flexible electronic circuits (Invited Paper)
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Multimodal sensing: enhanced functionality with data compression (Invited Paper)
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Session 2:
Micro and Nanotechnology for Health Care Applications
Monday 5 April 2010
1:30 PM - 4:50 PM
NCI alliance for nanotechnology in cancer: new pipeline in cancer diagnostics and therapy (Keynote Presentation)
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From combinatorial chemistry to cancer targeting nanotherapeutics (Invited Paper)
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Fabrication and testing of micro-cylindrical ion trap arrays for miniaturized mass spectrometer development
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EXX phenomena in macroscopic, microscopic, and nanoscopic structures (Invited Paper)
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Dynamic sampling in digital microfluidic devices
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Applications of new carbonaceous materials (Invited Paper)
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Tuesday 6 April Show All Abstracts
Symposium-Wide Plenary
Tuesday 6 April 2010
8:30 AM - 9:30 AM
Location: Crystal H Ballroom
Session 3:
Advanced Standoff Detection Technologies
Tuesday 6 April 2010
10:00 AM - 12:10 PM
Office of Nuclear Proliferation's Remote Sensing Program (Keynote Presentation)
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Laser-based sensors for chemical detection (Invited Paper)
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Laser-based standoff detection of surface-bound explosive chemicals (Invited Paper)
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Long-range standoff detection of chemical, biological, and explosive hazards on surfaces (Invited Paper)
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Session 4:
Nano-Electronics and High-Frequency MEMS/NEMS
Tuesday 6 April 2010
1:40 PM - 5:30 PM
An overview of ONR nanoelectronics program (Keynote Presentation)
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Micro- (and nano-) mechanical signal processors (Invited Paper)
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Sensitivity enhancement of vapor sensors with porous silicon resonant structures (Invited Paper)
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Large-area graphene for sensor applications (Keynote Presentation)
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Organic MEMS devices and MWCNT (multi-wall carbon nanotube) interconnects (Invited Paper)
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Carbon-based nano-electro-mechanical systems (Invited Paper)
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Wednesday 7 April Show All Abstracts
Session 5:
Micro- and Nano-Harsh Environment Sensors
Wednesday 7 April 2010
8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Opportunities in basic research for battlefield sensing (Keynote Presentation)
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Enzyme-polymer based environmental monitors (Invited Paper)
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AlGaN/GaN high-electron mobility transistor-based sensors for environmental and bio-applications (Invited Paper)
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Ultra-high sensitivity CO-sensor based on nanocrystalline metal oxide gate AlGaN/GaN heterostructure
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The development of micro/nano chemical sensor systems for aerospace applications (Invited Paper)
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Silicon carbide radiation microdetectors for harsh environments (Invited Paper)
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GaN-based high-temperature and radiation-hard electronics for harsh environments (Invited Paper)
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Session 6:
MAST: Joint Session with Conference 7692
Wednesday 7 April 2010
1:30 PM - 5:20 PM
Power considerations for MAST platforms (Invited Paper)
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Circuit design advances for ultra-low power sensing platforms (Invited Paper)
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Review of micro-autonomous vehicle sizing and power modeling (Invited Paper)
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Flexible solar cells for micro-autonomous systems technology (Invited Paper)
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Systematic study of the performance of small robots on controlled laboratory substrates (Invited Paper)
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Micro air vehicle endurance versus battery size (Invited Paper)
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A design process for robot capabilities and missions applied to micro-autonomous platforms
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Thursday 8 April Show All Abstracts
Session 7:
Advanced Micro-Nano Energy Generation and Storage
Thursday 8 April 2010
8:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Silicon microcell photovoltaics (Invited Paper)
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Fully printed batteries for flexible electronics: materials and processing challenges and opportunities (Invited Paper)
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Self-powered integrated systems-on-chip (energy chip) (Invited Paper)
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Multifunctional carbon nano-architectures as designer platforms for electrochemical power sources (Invited Paper)
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Toward wafer-scale fabrication and 3D integration of micro-solid oxide fuel cells for portable energy (Invited Paper)
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MEMS for micro-power sources: self-pumping fuel cells and 3D batteries (Invited Paper)
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Session 8:
1D Nanostructure-Based Chemical and Biological Sensors I
Thursday 8 April 2010
11:30 AM - 12:30 PM
Nanoscale semiconductor materials: challenges and opportunities for electronics and sensors (Invited Paper)
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Sensing with locally self-assembled one-dimensional nanostructures (Invited Paper)
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Session 9:
1D Nanostructure-Based Chemical and Biological Sensors II
Thursday 8 April 2010
1:30 PM - 3:20 PM
Synthesis and characterization of highly responsive transducer materials (Invited Paper)
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Fabrication of hybrid nanostructures for sensor applications (Invited Paper)
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Nanocrossbar arrays as molecular sensors (Invited Paper)
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Enhanced field ionization/desorption on branched silicon nanowires: applications in gas ionization detection
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Session 10:
Integrated Nanomaterials, Devices, and Systems for Energy Applications
Thursday 8 April 2010
3:50 PM - 6:30 PM
N/MEMS: small components enable powerful microsystems (Keynote Presentation)
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Nano-thermotunneling systems for efficient power generation (Invited Paper)
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On-chip micro-power: three-dimensional structures for micro-batteries and micro-supercapacitors (Invited Paper)
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Combining dissimilar materials at nanometer scale for energy harvesting (Invited Paper)
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Nano-materials for enhanced thermoelectric efficiencies (Invited Paper)
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Session PS1:
Posters-Thursday
Thursday 8 April 2010
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
Location: Crystal M Ballroom

All symposium attendees are invited to attend the poster sessions. Come view the high-quality papers that are presented in this alternative format, and interact with the poster author who will be available for discussion. Enjoy light refreshments while networking with colleagues in your field. Attendees are required to wear their conference registration badges to the poster sessions.
Optical fiber technology for sea monitoring and harbors protection
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The Einstein relation in quantum wires of heavily doped nonlinear optical and optoelectronic materials: simplified theory and suggestion for experimental determination
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Current-voltage and noise characteristics in hydrogen sensors
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High-throughput readout system for cantilever-based sensing of explosive compounds
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Research of key technology in vibration measurement of small object
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Investigation of microcantilever array with ordered nanoporous coatings for selective chemical detection
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Iron-manganese nanowires for magnetoresistance
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Micro-calorimetric sensor for trace explosive particle detection
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Direct-write dispenser-printed energy storage devices
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Nanotubes, nanofibers, and nanohelixes prepared in CVD process
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Semiconductor materials characterization and identification with THz radiation
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In situ real-time monitoring of Pt-VO2 nanoparticle-nanowire assembly by GISAXS
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AC modeling of mechanical resonators based on carbon nanotubes
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An analytic formula for determination of simulation runs for analysis of VLSI circuits
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Nanostructure-based antireflection coatings for EO/IR sensor applications
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Pulsed digital oscillators as a tool for the selective activation of MEMS resonant modes
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Fabrication of tin-carbon composite anode material by electrospinning and electrostatic spray deposition for lithium rechargeable battery
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Dielectric charging control for electrostatic MEMS switches
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Metal-insulator-metal tunneling diode for uncooled infrared high-speed detectors
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Multifunctional nanodevices for energy harvesting in unconventional spectral ranges
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Silicon nanowires for multisensing applications
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Fabrication of freestanding SWCNT networks for fast microbolometric focal plane array sensor
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Experimental demonstration of lossy recording of information into DNA
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Microscale ethanol vapor ejector and injector
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Friday 9 April Show All Abstracts
Session 11:
MEMS/NEMS Beyond Silicon
Friday 9 April 2010
8:00 AM - 11:20 AM
Silicon carbide NEMS logic for high-temperature applications (Invited Paper)
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Fundamentals and technology for monolithically integrated RF MEMS switches with ultra-nanocrystalline diamond dielectric/CMOS devices (Invited Paper)
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Alumimun nitride piezoelectric NEMS resonators and switches (Invited Paper)
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Fabrication and characterization of ultrananocrystalline diamond nanowires for developing next-generation of nanoelectronic and NEMS devices (Invited Paper)
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Characterization of nitrogen-incorporated ultrananocrystalline diamond as a robust cold cathode material
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Science and technology of MEMS/NEMS resonators: Si versus diamond platform materials (Invited Paper)
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Session 12:
MEMS Optical Systems I
Friday 9 April 2010
11:20 AM - 12:20 PM
Pixelated spectral filter for integrated focal plane array in the long-wave IR
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Design and development of carbon nanostructure-based microbolometers for IR imagers and sensors
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Opto-acoustic antennas for ocean sensing and monitoring: perspective and challenges
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Session 13:
MEMS Optical Systems II
Friday 9 April 2010
1:30 PM - 3:10 PM
Micro- and nano-technology for Navy and Marine Corps EO/IR sensors and sensor systems (Keynote Presentation)
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Titanium dioxide waveguide with an embedded grating coupler
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A MEMS-based, wireless, biometric-like security system
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New quantum dot sensors
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Session 14:
Nanophotonics
Friday 9 April 2010
3:40 PM - 6:10 PM
Integrated nanophotonics and unconventional optics (Keynote Presentation)
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Plasmonics: the next wave of chipscale device technologies (Invited Paper)
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Nanoplasmonics with low loss and gain (Invited Paper)
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Fabrication of nano- and microstructures by electroforming
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Temperature-dependent optical properties of InP nanowires in ensembles
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Stability of silver nanoparticles for sensor applications
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