Biomaterials and Applications

Hyo-Jick Choi University of Alberta  Canada
Pandemic/epidemic disease control measures

Zerihun Assefa North Carolina A&T State Univeristy USA
New materials of Gold and Silver phosphines  for luminescent and medicinal application

Kyung Jae Jeong University of New Hampshire USA
Engineering material-tissue interfaces for medicine

Jianhong XU Tsinghua University China
Droplet-based Microfluidics for Smart Emulsions and Functional Microparticles

Kazuo Umemura Tokyo University of Science Japan
Biological applications of optical responses of DNA wrapped carbon nanotubes

Owen J. Guy Swansea University UK
Integrated graphene biosensors

Mohammad Abdul Samad King fahd university of petroleum and minerals Saudi Arabia
Polymer hybrid nanocomposites and Polymer hybrid nanocomposite coatings for tribological applications

Anurag Srivastava Atal Bihari Vajpayee-Indian Institute of Information Technology and Management India
Detecting Toxicity in Environment using few monolayers

Takahiro Kenmotsu  Doshisha University Japan
Constructing stable cellular assembly: Crowding condition provides rich profit

Shirley Tang University of Waterloo Canada
Creation of Bio-Inspired Structures Using Nanocarbon-Bio Hybrid Materials

Ali Kosa Sabanci University Turkey
Biocaotings for heat transfer enhancements

Marcio Dias Lima Lintec of America – NanoScience & Technology Center USA
Solid State Actuators based on Helical fibers: structure, properties and applications

Brajadulal Chattopadhyay Jadavpur University India
Bacteria modified cent percent fly ash composite: A high strength, temperature tolerable and durable cement-alternative for future generation

Sechae Jeong Korea Research Institute of Standards and Science South Korea
Modification of PDMS with an ultrafast laser to mimic the natural super-hydrophobic surfaces

Andrew Abell University of Adelaide and Centre for Nanoscale BioPhotonics Australia
Fluorophore-nanodiamond hybrid sensors for photostable imaging and orthogonal on-demand biosensing

Sarathi Kundu Institute of Advanced Study in Science and Technology India
Organic and organo-coated nanoparticle thin films

Mohammed Abdulhakim Alsaadi University of Malaya Malaysia
Super-hydrophobic Carbon Nano-composite  Membrane for direct contact membrane distillation (DCMD) and its anti bio-fouling effects

Michael Zwolak National Institute of Standards and Technology USA
Graphene membranes as model biological ion channels

Pramod Koshy University of New South Wales Australia
Nanoceria for Biomedical Applications – Material Characteristics and Functionalisation

Chungjung Chou Chung Yuan Christian University Taiwan
Graphene oxide composite materials for enzymatic membrane

Quan Qing Arizona State University USA
Solid-state nanopore device embedded within self-aligned nanogap electrodes for DNA characterization: A bottom-up approach

Su-Ii In Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of Science and Technology South Korea
Smart Materials for CO2 Utilization

Bernabe L. Rivas Universidad de Concepción Chile
Functional polymers and nanocomposites with ability to remove inorganic contaminants

S. Kaviya Indian Institute of Science India
Biowaste derived nanomaterials for heavy metal ion detection

Tetsuo Tsuchiya National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) Japan
Flexible ceramics coating for green devices

Fei Zhuge Chinese Academy of Sciences China
Extremely-low power all-carbon artificial synapses

Jingan Li Zhengzhou University China
Endowing Cardiovascular Biomaterials Better Biocompatibility by Conjuating Multifunctional Molecules

Yoshitaka Koseki Tohoku University Japan
Design and Synthesis of Nano-Prodrug for Enhancement of Drug Delivery

Eileen Fong Nanyang Technological University Singapore
Artificial protein-based biomaterials for cell biology and tissue engineering

Takuya Iida Osaka Prefecture University Japan
Development of Light-induced Acceleration System for Biochemical Reactions Based on Plasmonic Collective Phenomena

Khalid Mahmood Ghauri University of Lahore Pakistan
Development of Characterization Biomaterials: A Review

Hiroshi Watanabe National Chiao Tung University Taiwan
On possibility that AC can improve the performance of electronic biosensing