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Micro Total Analysis Systems 2001

Proceedings of the µTAS 2001 Symposium, held in Monterey, CA, USA 21–25 October, 2001

  • J. Michael Ramsey
  • Albert van den Berg

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xxxiii
  2. Day 1

    1. Keynote Address

  3. Day 2

    1. Plenary Session #1 Invited Speakers

      1. Michael R. Knapp, Anne Kopf-Sill, Robert Dubrow, Andrea Chow, Ring-Ling Chien, Calvin Chow et al.
        Pages 7-9
    2. DNA Analysis

      1. D. Jed Harrison, Ehsan Majid, Said Attiya, Guifeng Jiang
        Pages 10-12
      2. Charles A. Emrich, Igor L. Medintz, Huijun Tian, Lorenzo Berti, Richard A. Mathies
        Pages 13-15
      3. Daniel Ehrlich, Aram Adourian, Charles Barr, David Breslau, Scott Buonocore, Robert Burger et al.
        Pages 16-18
      4. Z. H. Fan, W. Tan, H. Tan, X. C. Qiu, T. D. Boone, P. Kao et al.
        Pages 19-21
      5. Aman Russom, Afshin Ahmadian, Helene Andersson, Wouter van der Wijngaart, Joakim Lundeberg, Mathias Uhlen et al.
        Pages 22-24
    3. Fluidic Mixing and Devices

      1. Sebastian Böhm, Ken Greiner, Stefan Schlautmann, Simon de Vries, Albert van den Berg
        Pages 25-27
      2. Liang-Hsuan Lu, Kee Suk Ryu, Chang Liu
        Pages 28-30
      3. Chien-Chong Hong, Jin-Woo Choi, Chong H. Ahn
        Pages 31-33
      4. M. H. Oddy, J. G. Santiago, J. C. Mikkelsen
        Pages 34-36
      5. Darwin R. Reyes, George M. Whitesides, Andreas Manz
        Pages 37-39
    4. Plenary Session #2 Invited Speakers

      1. Kenneth F. Buechler, Paul McPherson, Joseph Anderberg, Kevin Nakamura, Stephen Lesefko, Barry Noar
        Pages 42-44
    5. Protein Separations

      1. Luc Bousse, Stephane Mouradian, Wally Ausserer, Robert Dubrow
        Pages 45-47
      2. Minoru Seki, Masumi Yamada, Ryutaro Ezaki, Ryusuke Aoyama, Jong Wook Hong
        Pages 48-50
      3. A. E. Herr, J. I. Molho, R. Bharadwaj, J. C. Mikkelsen, J. G. Santiago, T. W. Kenny et al.
        Pages 51-53
    6. Nanoscale Fluidics

      1. O. A. Saleh, L. L. Sohn
        Pages 54-56
      2. Stephen C. Jacobson, Jean Pierre Alarie, J. Michael Ramsey
        Pages 57-59
      3. Tzu-Chi Kuo, Donald M. Cannon Jr., Wenju Feng, Mark A. Shannon, Jonathan V. Sweedler, Paul W. Bohn
        Pages 60-62
    7. Protein Analysis and Synthesis

      1. John C. Harley, Richard F. Day, John R. Gilbert, Manish Deshpande, J. Michael Ramsey, Stephen C. Jacobson
        Pages 63-65
      2. Koji Ikuta, Kota Ikeda, Atsushi Takahashi, Shoji Maruo
        Pages 66-68
      3. T. Yamamoto, T. Nojima, T. Fujii
        Pages 69-71
    8. Fluid Dispensing

      1. Jody Vykoukal, Jon A. Schwartz, Frederick F. Becker, Peter R. C. Gascoyne
        Pages 72-74
      2. Johan Nilsson, Jonas Bergkvist, Simon Ekström, Lars Wallman, Thomas Laurell
        Pages 75-77
      3. Aniruddha Puntambekar, Jin-Woo Choi, Chong H. Ahn, Sura Kim, Sami Bayyuk, Vinod Makhijani
        Pages 78-80
  4. Posters Day 2

    1. Application — Genomics & Proteomics

      1. Martin Bengtsson, Simon Ekström, György Marko-Varga, Thomas Laurell
        Pages 81-82
      2. Tauseef R. Butt, Hiep Tran, Jin-Woo Choi, Hyoung J. Cho, Chong H. Ahn
        Pages 83-84
      3. Simon Ekström, Carl A.K. Borrebaeck, Ann Christin Malmborg Hager, Johan Nilsson, György Marko-Varga, Thomas Laurell
        Pages 85-86
      4. David Ericsson, Simon Ekström, Johan Nilsson, Jonas Bergquist, György Marko-Varga, Thomas Laurell
        Pages 87-88
      5. Ken Hirano, Yukiko Matsuzawa, Yoshinobu Baba, Akira Mizuno
        Pages 89-90
      6. Mats Inganäs, Gunnar Ekstrand, Johan Engström, Ann Eckersten, Helene Dérand, Per Andersson
        Pages 91-92
      7. Tanya S. Kanigan, Colin J. H. Brenan, Tara Heitner, Robert Hess, Arrin Katz, Elen Ortenberg et al.
        Pages 95-96
      8. Takeshi Kinpara, Yuji Murakami, Yasutaka Morita, Kenji Yokoyama, Eiichi Tamiya
        Pages 97-98
      9. Sharong Liu, Jianzhong Zhang, Hongji Ren, Jianbiao Zheng, Hanghui Liu
        Pages 99-100
    2. Application — Separation Science I

      1. M. N. Albarghouthi, B. A. Buchholz, J. P. Huiberts, T. M. Stein, A. E. Barron
        Pages 101-102
      2. Mario Cabodi, Yi-Fan Chen, Stephen Turner, Harold Craighead
        Pages 103-104
      3. Catherine R. Cabrera, Paul Yager
        Pages 105-106
      4. J. Gaudioso, D. E. Miller, S. W. P Turner, T. Jeoh, L. P. Walker, H. G. Craighead
        Pages 107-108
      5. B. C. Giordano, A. J. Couch, H. Ahmadzadeh, L. J. Jin, J. P. Landers
        Pages 109-110
      6. Jong Wook Hong, Hisashi Hagiwara, Teruo Fujii, Hiroaki Machida, Mika Inoue, Minoru Seki et al.
        Pages 113-114
      7. Ling-Sheng Jang, Mohan S. Saini, Mark R. Holl, Deirdre R. Meldrum
        Pages 115-116
      8. Eric T. Lagally, Richard A. Mathies
        Pages 117-118
      9. Yingjie Liu, Dale Ganser, Alan Schneider, Robin Liu, Piotr Grodzinski, Natasha Kroutchinina
        Pages 119-120
      10. Young Chan Kim, Kyung Won Ro, Nokyoung Park, Jong Hoon Hahn
        Pages 123-124

About these proceedings

Introduction

The Fifth International Conference on Micro Total Analysis Systems, also known as JlTAS 2001, will highlight the latest exciting events in the world ofminiaturized devices and systems for performing chemical and biochemical experimentation This conference has become mandatory for those of us working in this field as it is indeed helping to define our discipline. We are grateful to the people of the MESA Research Institute of the University of Twente, particularly Piet Bergveld and Albert van den Berg, for starting this meeting in 1994. Their original intention was for the JlTAS meeting to be a small informal workshop. This workshop flavor was sustained through the second meeting held in Basel in 1996, but already in 1998 at the third meeting in Banff it was clear that the "workshop" had become a conference with 420 attendees. It was due to this clearly growing interest in microchemical systems that it was decided we should consider gradually moving toward an annual format and prepare for the possibility that the meeting would increase in popularity. Albert van den Berg was still yearning for a workshop at the JlTAS 2000 meeting and planned a single session format. Again there was a large increase in submitted abstracts (more than 230 total) and a further increase in attendance. The JlTAS steering committee again agreed that we would have to prepare to address the demand the meeting was receiving.

Keywords

Phase Potential development machining microsystems modeling nanotechnology

Editors and affiliations

  • J. Michael Ramsey
    • 1
  • Albert van den Berg
    • 2
  1. 1.Oak Ridge National LaboratoryOak RidgeUSA
  2. 2.MESA+ Research InstituteUniversity of TwenteEnschedeThe Netherlands

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-94-010-1015-3
  • Copyright Information Springer Science+Business Media New York 2001
  • Publisher Name Springer, Dordrecht
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-94-010-3893-5
  • Online ISBN 978-94-010-1015-3
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