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2007 2nd IEEE International Conference on Nano/Micro Engineered and Molecular Systems

Date 16-19 Jan. 2007

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  • Index of authors

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  • Conference organizers

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  • Technical Program Committee

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  • Acknowledgement of Financial Sponsors

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  • Information on IEEE-NEMS Plenary Seakers

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  • Plenary Speech: Micro- and Nano-Technologies for Automotive Research

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    In this talk, current and future research directions for micro- and nano-technologies applicable to the automotive sensor market will be presented. There exists an opportunity for new research to provide new micro- and nano-technologies that in the short run may not yet compete with the existing automotive sensor technologies, but in the long run are likely to surpass them. Historically, automotiv... View full abstract»

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  • Plenary Speech: Nano-photonics

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  • Plenary Speech: Spin Excitation Spectroscopy with the STM

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    We have extended the spectroscopic abilities of the scanning tunneling microscope to include the measurement of spin-excitation spectra. Utilizing spin-excitation spectroscopy as our primary tool, we are now capable of extracting exchange coupling energies, anisotropy energies, and information on the spin configuration of nanometer-scale structures. What we learn from these experiments will hopefu... View full abstract»

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  • Plenary Speech: Nanotechnology: Practical Systems and Integration with MEMS

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    There are strong research programs in nanotechnology related to chemical sensors, electromechanical devices, actuators, biosensors, and other nanodevices in leading laboratories across the world. In many cases, practical systems demand seamless integration of the nanodevice with higher order structures, for example, MEMS. Examples of this using carbon nanotube based chemical and biosensors will be... View full abstract»

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  • Plenary Speech: 3D Nano-photonics

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  • Information on IEEE-NEMS Invited Seakers

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  • Special Invited Lectures: Surface NanoBiotechnology

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    With the intention to develop alternative approaches to lab on a chip for organisation and transport of biomolecules on surfaces several unique concepts have been developed. Electro contact printing (1) is a method with the potential to site specifically organise molecules at tenth of nanometers. This method has also been used for segmented derivatisation of micron sized magnetic beads. Controlled... View full abstract»

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  • Special Invited Lecture: Integrated MEMS Sensors

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    Monolithic ISFET (ion-sensitive field-effect transistor) pH sensor and microelectrode amperometric immunosensor based on the micro fabrication technology have been studied. The Monolithic ISFET sensor, including the differential ISFET/REFET sensing device and the signal-processing circuit integrated on a single chip, was fabricated by standard CMOS and MEMS technology. Polypyrrole were electropoly... View full abstract»

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  • Special Invited Lecture: Improving the Performance of MEMS Actuators Using Feedback Control

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    As MEMS actuators are used for increasingly challenging applications, greater reliability, speed, and performance accuracy are needed. Increasing demands are reaching a point where mechanical design improvements alone cannot provide further improvements in performance. Alternative approaches, such as open-loop or closed-loop control driving strategies, must be used instead. The presence of system ... View full abstract»

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  • Special Invited Lecture: Medical Nanotechnology for Preserving Cardiovascular Health and Treating Cardiovascular Diseases

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    One of the most exciting perspectives in the field of nanomedicine is the potential application of novel nanotechnogology to dramatically improve medical science and practice in the 21st century, including prevention, diagnoses, and treatment of diseases in humans. Maintaining a healthy cardiovascular system and treating cardiovascular diseases, the number one killer among all other diseases, are ... View full abstract»

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  • Special Invited Lecture: Implant Micro/Nano Systems for Bio-Medical Applications

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    The application of "Implant Micro/Nano systems" in life sciences and Medical Engineering may have diagnostic monitoring, therapeutic treatment, and two way control functions. This paper will summarize the implant system research and applications since the early period (1960-1980). Selected examples will be used to explain the implant system concepts and demonstrative results of implant telemetry s... View full abstract»

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  • Special Invited Lecture: Thermoelectric Energy Conversion in Nanostructures

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    Thermoelectric effects enable direct energy conversion between heat and electricity. Various size effects can be explored to increase the thermoelectric performance of nanostructures compared to bulk. Boundary scattering reduces the phonon thermal conductivity, and quantum confinement and interface energy filtering can improve the electronic power factor. Theoretical and experimental results are d... View full abstract»

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  • Special Invited Lectures: Microfabrication and Nanostructure Processing of Advanced Biological Systems

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    Microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) can be combined with nanostructured materials in the design of multifunctional devices. MEMS provide for the ease of microfluidics control, and allows for the full integration of mechanical and electrical components at the macroscopic level through a top-down approach. In contrast, nanostructured materials enable the bottom-up synthesis and assembly of molecul... View full abstract»

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  • Special Invited Lecture: Integration of Nanostructures with Microsystems

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    In the past decades, the application of microelectronic and micro/nanotechnologies to the fabrication of solid-state devices stimulated emerging research in micro/nano sensors and actuators. The versatility of semiconductor and micro/nano materials promise new systems with better capabilities and improved performance-to-cost ratio over those of conventionally machined devices. In recent developmen... View full abstract»

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  • IEEE-NEMS Commercialization Workshop Speaker List

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  • Workshop Speech: Commercialization of MEMS/NEMS in Tohoku University Open Collaboration

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    MEMS (Micro Electro Mechanical Systems) have been fabricated using advanced micromachining based on an extended semiconductor microfabrication. Sophisticated MEMS device used as a high performance rotating gyroscope for navigation control systems was developed. A 1.5 mm diameter silicon ring rotor is electrostatically levitated and rotated at 75,000rpm using high speed digital signal control. Two-... View full abstract»

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  • Workshop Speech: Role of University Research for Open Innovations in MNT

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    The role of University in MNT has been becoming more and more essential since the Micro Nano Technology (MNT) requires not only innovative seeds to open up a new application fields but also both well-qualified persons in MNT who lead this field. To meet these requirements, interdisciplinary and international collaboration and cooperation in education and research is crucially important. Firstly, p... View full abstract»

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  • Workshop Speech: Case Study: The Commercialization of Multi-Axis Inertial sensor Technology

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    The increasing commercial use of MEMS technology has accelerated over the past few years and now a number of devices are finding their way into large volume consumer electronics applications. One of the most promising MEMS device markets include multi-axis inertial sensors, including 3-axis accelerometers, 2, 3-axis gyros 5, 6-axis motion sensors integrating both accelerometers and gyros. Numerous... View full abstract»

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  • Workshop Speech: Seawater Desalination by RO membrane

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    Among desalination technologies available today, RO is regarded as the most economical desalination process for wide range of water salinity. The development of crosslinked aromatic polyamide composite membrane in 1980's was a significant affair, and many types of membranes, such as low-pressure types for brackish water desalination and high-pressure types for seawater desalination, have been deve... View full abstract»

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  • Workshop: "MEMS" Commercialization and Future Vision

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    OLYMPUS is promoting MEMS business incubation for future MEMS Technology as "MEMS Global Alliances". This presentation gives you some new hints for future vision of MEMS business. 1. Enlargement of its market applying MEMS must be extreme cost down. 2. Replacement to MEMS from existing electronics device must be strict function. 3. Explore of new market commercializing MEMS must be innovated chang... View full abstract»

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