Micro Total Analysis Systems 2002

Proceedings of the μTAS 2002 Symposium, held in Nara, Japan, 3–7 November 2002 Volume 2

  • Yoshinobu Baba
  • Shuichi Shoji
  • Albert van den Berg

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xxxix
  2. Day 3

    1. Plenary 3

      1. Patrick Griss, Helene Andersson, Wouter van der Wijngaart, Göran Stemme
        Pages 605-607
    2. Proteomics

      1. Stephen C. Jacobson, Jeremy D. Ramsey, Christopher T. Culbertson, J. Michael Ramsey
        Pages 608-610
      2. Mari Tabuchi, Yasuhiro Kuramitsu, Kazuyuki Nakamura, Yoshinobu Baba
        Pages 614-616
    3. Microfluidics II

      1. A. Dodge, R. M. Guijt, G. W. K. van Dedem, N. F. de Rooij, E. Verpoorte
        Pages 617-619
      2. Armand Ajdari, Abraham D. Stroock, Stephan K. Dertinger, George M. Whitesides
        Pages 620-622
      3. Akira Koide, Tadashi Sano, Takeshi Harada, Ryou Miyake
        Pages 623-624
    4. Sample Preparation

      1. Andreas Nilsson, Filip Petersson, Hans W. Persson, Henrik Jönsson, Thomas Laurell
        Pages 625-626
      2. Kazuhiro Iida, Hisao Kawaura, Noriyuki Iguchi, Tohru Sano, Masakazu Baba
        Pages 627-629
    5. Detection Systems

      1. Klaus B. Mogensen, Yien C. Kwok, Jan C. T. Eijkel, Nickolaj J. Petersen, Andreas Manz, Jörg P. Kutter
        Pages 636-638
      2. M. T. Blom, E. Chmela, F. H. J. van der Heyden, R. E. Oosterbroek, R. Tijssen, M. Elwenspoek et al.
        Pages 639-641
    6. Plenary 4

    7. Cell Manipulation in Flows

      1. C. Cabuz, A. Padmanabhan, B. Fritz, E. Cabuz, J. Schwichtenberg, P. Reutiman et al.
        Pages 646-648
      2. Shady Gawad, Pascal Batard, Urban Seger, Stefan Metz, Philippe Renaud
        Pages 649-651
    8. Separation, Concepts

      1. S. Debesset, C. J. Hayden, C. Dalton, J. C. T. Eijkel, A. Manz
        Pages 655-657
      2. Andrea Chow, Anubhav Tripathi, Yue Suo, Roger Dettloff, John Owicki, Wally Parce
        Pages 658-660
      3. David Ross, Laurie E. Locascio
        Pages 661-663
  3. Day 3 Posters

    1. Microfluids II

      1. Hisashi Hagiwara, Yoshinori Mishina, Mika Inoue, Masumi Yamada, Toshiyuki Sakurai, Teruo Fujii et al.
        Pages 664-666
      2. A. J. Sprenkels, D. G. Pijanowska, J. G. Bomer, S. Herber, K. M. van Delft, W. Olthuis et al.
        Pages 670-672
      3. T. B. Jones, T. Ito, H. Yoo, R. Ahmed
        Pages 673-675
      4. Simon Ekström, Jonas Bergkvist, Thomas Laurell, Johan Nilsson
        Pages 676-678
      5. Shih-Chang Lin, Yi-Chin. Tsai, Fan-Gang Tseng, Haimei Huang, Ching-Chang Chieng
        Pages 679-681
      6. S. Zappe, X. J. Zhang, I. W. Jung, R. W. Bernstein, E. E. M. Furlong, M. Fish et al.
        Pages 682-684
      7. Qun Fang, Zhi-Jian Jia, Zhao-Lun Fang
        Pages 685-687
      8. Christopher J Morris, Troy Daiber, Bernhard H Weigl, Natasa Kesler, Ron L Bardell
        Pages 688-690
      9. Daria Petersen, Sami Varjo, Oliver Geschke, Marja-Liisa Riekkola, Jörg P. Kutter
        Pages 691-693
      10. Phillip Belgrader, Kevin Ness, Farzad Pourahmadi, Kevin Brounstein, M. Allen Northrup, Gary Long
        Pages 697-699
      11. Ronald F. Renzi, James F. Stamps, Robert W. Crocker, Boyd J. Wiedenman, Scott M. Ferko, Brent A. Horn et al.
        Pages 703-705
      12. R. M. Guijt, G. W. K. van Dedem, N. F. de Rooij, E. Verpoorte
        Pages 706-708
    2. Microfluidic Components

      1. Jun Xie, Qing He, Yu-Chong Tai, Jun Liu, Terry Lee
        Pages 709-711
      2. Qing Yu, Jeffrey S. Moore, David J. Beebe
        Pages 712-714
      3. Masahiro Kuwata, Hajime Sudo, Koichiro Kawano, Kaname Miyazaki
        Pages 715-717
      4. Michael J. Bassetti, David J. Beebe
        Pages 718-720
      5. Masahide Gunji, Thomas B. Jones, Masao Washizu
        Pages 721-723
      6. Che-Hsin Lin, Gwo-Bin Lee, Chun-Che Lin, Shu-Hui Chen
        Pages 730-732
      7. Mads Jakob Jensen, Goran Goranović, Henrik Bruus
        Pages 733-735
      8. C. P. Jen, W. D. Wu, Y. C. Lin, G. G. Wu, C. C. Chang, Y. C. Chung
        Pages 736-738
      9. Yu Chen, Yubo Miao, Victor Samper, Fatimah Bte Mustafa, Qingxin Zhang, Chewkiat Heng et al.
        Pages 739-741
      10. Koji Ikuta, Yasuhiro Sasaki, Hiroyuki Maegawa, Shoji Maruo, Tadahiro Hasegawa
        Pages 745-747

About these proceedings


The Sixth International Conference on Miniaturized Chemical and Biochemical Analysis Systems, known as IlTAS2002, will be fully dedicated to the latest scientific and technological developments in the field of miniaturized devices and systems for realizing not only chemical and biochemical analysis but also synthesis. The first IlTAS meeting was held in Enschede in 1994 with approximately 160 participants, bringing together the scientists with background in analytical and biochemistry with those with Micro Electro Mechanical Systems (MEMS) in one workshop. We are grateful to Piet Bergveld and Albert van den Berg of MESA Research Institute of the University of Twente for their great efforts to arrange this exciting first meeting. The policy of the meeting was succeeded by late Prof. Dr. Michael Widmer in the second meeting, IlTAS'96 held in Basel with 275 participants. The first two meetings were held as informal workshops. From the third workshop, IlTAS'98 (420 participants) held in Banff, the workshop had become a worldwide conference. Participants continued to increase in IlTAS2000 (about 500 participants) held in Enschede and IlTAS2001 (about 700 participants) held in Monterey. The number of submitted papers also dramatically increased in this period from 130 in 1998, 230 in 2000 to nearly 400 in 2001. From 2001, IlTAS became an annual symposium. The steering committee meeting held in Monterey, confirmed the policy of former IlTAS that quality rather than quantity would be the key-point and that the parallel-session format throughout the 3.


DNA Filtration Nucleotide Proteomics RNA biochemistry biomolecule chemical analysis chemistry chromatography development enzymes mutation synthesis

Editors and affiliations

  • Yoshinobu Baba
    • 1
  • Shuichi Shoji
    • 2
  • Albert van den Berg
    • 3
  1. 1.The University of TokushimaTokushimaJapan
  2. 2.Waseda UniversityTokyoJapan
  3. 3.University of TwenteEnschedeThe Netherlands

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