Integration of Biomolecules and Biological Systems with Electronics and Photonics

Wednesday, October 19, 2011: 3:15 PM
101 G (Minneapolis Convention Center)

Biomolecules and biological systems are of widespread interest for sensors and actuators, which are often integrated into electronic and photonic materials. Understanding of the electrical, structural, and chemical properties of biomaterials enables the development of future applications in biomedicine, electronics and nanomechanics.

Electronics and Photonics
Biomaterials (08B)

Ian Ivar Suni

Vikas Berry

3:15 PM
(591a) Ag-Cu Bimetallic Nanoparticles for Metal Enhanced Luminescence (MEL)
Debosruti Dutta, Chi Ta Yang, Babu Joseph and Venkat R. Bhethanabotla

4:05 PM

4:30 PM
(591d) Biomimetic Soft-Matter Memristors Composed of Hydrogels
Ju-Hee So, Hyung-Jun Koo, Orlin D. Velev and Michael D. Dickey

5:20 PM
(591f) Electrostatic Assemblies of Virus-Templated Titania Nanowires for Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells
Rebecca Lynn Ladewski, Rebekah A. Miller, Forrest W. Liau, Angela M. Belcher and Paula T. Hammond
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