Programme - Monday 14 July


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08:30          

Registration

09:00

Opening remarks

 
Session 1: Biomedical DEP
09:10

Keynote 1: Recent biomedical applications of dielectrophoresis
R Pethig, University of Edinburgh, UK

09:50

T1: DEP isolation and detection of DNA/RNA biomarkers from blood and plasma
M J Heller, University of California San Diego, USA

10:10

T2: Dielectrophoretic characteristics of DNA-labeled microbeads with various ratios of DNA to microbeads
D Zhenhao, Kyushu University, Japan 

10:30

Coffee break

 
Session 2: Nano DEP
11:00

T3: Using proteins to quantify gradient insulator-based dielectrophoresis under DC conditions
R Yanashima, Arizona State University, USA

11:20 

T4: Dielectrophoretic immobilisation of proteins and nanoparticles
R Hölzel, Fraunhofer Institute for Biomedical Engineering, Germany

11:40

T5: Real-time dielectrophoretic signalling and image quantification methods for evaluating electrokinetic properties of nanoparticles
D Bakewell, University of Liverpool, UK

12:00

T6: Dielectrophoresis for Rapid Scanning Electron Microscopy of Non-adherent Cells
K Khoshmanesh, RMIT University, Australia

12:20

Lunch and posters

 
Session 3: Fabrication
13:40

T7: Wafer level integration of dielectrophoretically assembled carbon nanotubes for electronic and sensor applications
S Hermann, TU Chemnitz/ CFAED, Germany

14:00

T8: Dielectrophoretic alignment of silicon nanowires for field-effect transistors based on chemical and biological sensors
M Constantinou, University of Surrey, UK

14:20

T9: Analyses of changes in dielectric properties of doxorubicin resistant breast cancer cells through electrorotation with 3D electrodes
G Bahrieh, Middle East Technical University, Turkey

14:40

T10: A simple method for fabricating new dielectrophoretic microdevices using soft lithography
S Menad, Ecole cenrale de Lyon, France

15:00

Coffee break

 
Session 4: Theory and Modelling
15:40

T11: Accurate determination of the dielectrophoretic force
N Green, University of Southampton, UK

16:00

T12: Increasing throughput in dielectrophoretical micro- and nanoparticle separation
G Pesch, Center for Environmental Research and Sustainable Technology (UFT), University Bremen, Germany

16:20

T13: On the fundamentals of dielectrophoretic particle trapping in arrays of insulating structures
B Lapizco-Encinas, Rochester Institute of Technology, USA

16:40

T14: Study of structure parameter for optimized design of electrode configuration
Y Wang, University of Bremen, Germany

17:00

Reception

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Key dates

  • Abstract submission deadline EXTENDED:
    9 May 2014
  • Early registration deadline:
    10 June 2014
  • Registration deadline:
    4 July 2014