Thursday, November 16, 2006: 8:30 AM-11:00 AM
Union Square 1 & 2 (Hilton San Francisco)
#496 - Design, Fabrication and Application of Microsensors (T9000)
This session will focus on microsensors, with specific emphasis on the fabrication approaches and unique applications of the microsensors. Silicon-based MEMS fabrication technology and its potential and limitations for microsensor development will be addressed in this session. The incorporation of sensors into sensor arrays or other forms of sensor integration into microsystems are also of interest. Advances in non-planar, non-silicon based fabrication strategies, including nanotube or nanoelectrode configurations as microsensors or microdetection systems will be a focus.
Chair:Chung-Chiun Liu
CoChair:Heidi B. Martin
8:30 AMMicrofabricated Electrochemical Organophosphate Sensor Based on Oxime Chemistry
Ilwhan Oh, Mark A. Shannon, Richard I. Masel
8:50 AMUse of a Silicon Photo-Detector to Probe the Evanescent Field Surrounding a Planar Waveguide Sensor
Matthew D. Stephens, David S. Dandy, Guangwei Yuan, Kevin L. Lear
9:10 AMPhotopatterned Surface Modification of Su-8 Photoresist for Lab-on-a-Chip Applications
David B. Henthorn, Zhan Gao, Chang-Soo Kim
9:30 AMDevelopment of a Platform for the Monitoring of Extracellular Ionic Activities
Olivier T. Guenat, Silvia Generelli, Nico De Rooij, Milena Koudelka-Hep, Francois Berthiaume, Martin L. Yarmush
9:50 AMUnderstanding the Reversibility of Carbon Nanotube Gas Sensors
Michael S. Strano, Chang Young Lee
10:10 AMHexagonal Saw Device for Evaluation of Polymer Properties
Stefan Cular, Venkat R. Bhethanabotla, Darren W. Branch
10:30 AMDirect Printing of Three-Dimensional and Curvilinear Micro-Architectures into Solid Substrates with Submicron Resolution
Bartosz A. Grzybowski, Christopher J. Campbell, Stoyan K. Smoukov, Kyle J. M. Bishop, Eric Baker

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