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Micro Total Analysis Systems 2000

Proceedings of the µTAS 2000 Symposium, held in Enschede, The Netherlands, 14–18 May 2000

  • Albert van den Berg
  • W. Olthuis
  • Piet Bergveld

Table of contents

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

    1. Flow Based Systems

      1. Richard D. Oleschuk, Abebaw B. Jemere, Loranelle L. Shultz-Lockyear, Festus Fajuyigbe, D. Jed Harrison
        Pages 11-14
      2. Paul Yager, Catherine Cabrera, Anson Hatch, Kenneth Hawkins, Mark Holl, Andrew Kamholz et al.
        Pages 15-18
    2. Cell Analysis

      1. Staffan Nilsson, Sabina Santesson, Eva Degerman, Thomas Johansson, Thomas Laurell, Johan Nilsson et al.
        Pages 19-24
      2. Aaron R. Wheeler, Keisuke Morishima, Don W. Arnold, Alexander B. Rossi, Richard N. Zare
        Pages 25-28
      3. Fumihito Arai, Masanobu Ogawa, Akihiko Ichikawa, Masato Deguchi, Toshio Fukuda, Koji Horio et al.
        Pages 29-32
    3. Microtechnology and Microreactors

      1. W. Ehrfeld, H.-J. Hartmann, V. Hessel, S. Kiesewalter, H. Löwe
        Pages 33-40
      2. Ellis Meng, Shuyun Wu, Yu-Chong Tai
        Pages 41-44
      3. Robin H. Liu, Qing Yu, Joseph M. Bauer, Byung-Ho Jo, Jeffrey S. Moore, David J. Beebe
        Pages 45-48
      4. Samara L. Firebaugh, Klavs F. Jensen, Martin A. Schmidt
        Pages 49-52
    4. Microchemistry

      1. Arianna Friggeri, Simon Flink, David N. Reinhoudt
        Pages 53-57
      2. Victoria Skelton, Gillian Greenway, Stephen Haswell, Peter Styring, David Morgan, Brian Warrington et al.
        Pages 59-62
      3. C. González, G. Maslana, J. Olson, J. Pan
        Pages 63-66
      4. Susan L. R. Barker, Michael J. Tarlov, Micheal Branham, Jay Xu, William MacCrehan, Michael Gaitan et al.
        Pages 67-70
    5. Posters day 1

      1. Johan Nilsson, Jonas Bergkvist, Thomas Laurell
        Pages 75-78
      2. Mårten Stjernström, Lars Rosengren, Johan Holm, Mattias Vangbo, Stig Tormod
        Pages 79-82
      3. Shannon Stone, Carl D. Meinhart, Steve T. Wereley
        Pages 83-86
      4. Ken B. Greiner, Manish Deshpande, John R. Gilbert, Rustem F. Ismagilov, Abraham D. Stroock, George M. Whitesides
        Pages 87-90
      5. G. Gastrock, St. Kunze, St. Howitz, J. Metze
        Pages 91-94
      6. Helene Andersson, Wouter van der Wijngaart, Peter Nilsson, Peter Enoksson, Göran Stemme
        Pages 95-98
      7. S. Hediger, A. Sayah, W. Hunziker, M. A. M. Gijs
        Pages 99-102
      8. Ulrik Darling Larsen, Henrik Nørring, Pieter Telleman
        Pages 103-106
      9. Stephen C. Jacobson, Maxine A. McClain, Christopher T. Culbertson, J. Michael Ramsey
        Pages 107-110
      10. Paul B. Monaghan, Andreas Manz, Wright W. Nichols
        Pages 111-114
      11. Takanori Ichiki, Takekazu Ujiie, Tomoko Okuda, Yasuhiro Horiike
        Pages 119-122
      12. A. Tixier, Y. Mita, B. Le Pioufle, P. Surbled, Y. Murakami, E. Tamiya et al.
        Pages 123-126
      13. Jody Vykoukal, Jun Yang, Frederick F. Becker, Peter R. C. Gascoyne, Peter Krulevitch, Harold Ackler et al.
        Pages 127-130
      14. S. Zimmermann, S. Wischhusen, J. Müller
        Pages 135-138
      15. Alex I. K. Lao, Thomas M. H. Lee, Maria C. Carles, I-Ming Hsing
        Pages 139-142
      16. Osamu Tabata, Hui You, Haruki Shiraishi, Hiroaki Nakanishi, Takahiro Nishimoto, Kouji Yamamoto et al.
        Pages 143-146
      17. Marc J. Madou, KeQin He, Anna Shenderova
        Pages 147-150
      18. Holger Becker, Oliver Rötting, Wilfried Röpke, Ulf Heim
        Pages 151-154
      19. J. S. Rossier, A. Schwarz, F. Bianchi, F. Reymond, Rosaria Ferrigno, Hubert H. Girault
        Pages 159-162
      20. Jean-Christophe Roulet, Hans Peter Herzig, Elisabeth Verpoorte, Nico F. de Rooij, René Dändliker
        Pages 163-166
      21. U. Lehmann, O. Krusemark, J. Müller, A. Vogel, D. Binz
        Pages 167-170
      22. G. Petzold, P. Siebert, J. Müller
        Pages 171-174
      23. H. van der Linden, W. Olthuis, P. Bergveld
        Pages 175-178
      24. Edwin Oosterbroek, Cheng Qun Gui, Erwin Berenschot, Stefan Schlautmann, Theo Lammerink, Miko Elwenspoek et al.
        Pages 179-182
      25. Sohei Matsumoto, Andreas Klein, Ryutaro Maeda
        Pages 183-186
      26. H. Björkman, C. Ericson, S. Hjertén, K. Hjort
        Pages 187-190
      27. Yuji Murakami, Takayuki Kikuchi, Masahiro Yanase, Hidenori Nagai, Yasutaka Morita, Eiichi Tamiya
        Pages 191-194
  3. Day 2

    1. Microfluidics I

      1. D. J. Harrison, C. Wang, P. Thibeault, F. Ouchen, S. B. Cheng
        Pages 195-204
      2. Chong H. Ahn, A. Puntambekar, Sang M. Lee, Hyoung J. Cho, Chein-Chong Hong
        Pages 205-208
      3. Koichi Tashiro, Tetushi Sekiguchi, Shuichi Shoji, Takashi Funatsu, Wataru Masumoto, Hironobu Sato
        Pages 209-212
      4. J. Michael Ramsey, Stephen C. Jacobson, Christopher T. Culbertson, Roswitha S. Ramsey
        Pages 213-216

About these proceedings

Introduction

After earlier meetings in Enschede (NL, 1994), Basel (CH, 1996) and Banff (CDN, 1998), muTAS 2000 is the fourth international symposium on the subject of miniaturized techniques, methods, devices and systems for (bio)chemical analysis and synthesis. Initially started as a minor sub-topic in the large field of Micro System Technology (MST or MEMS), the field of muTAS is currently generally considered as one of the most important application areas of MST, which is reflected in the still rapidly growing research, development, and, above all, commercialization activities. Apart from further development and refining of the research on electrophoretic separation, electrokinetically driven flow systems, cell manipulation and analysis, miniaturized flow systems and study of microfluidics, the important new area of centrifugal microfluidics on CD devices receives broad attention. On the other hand, new innovations range from topics as exotic as photoacoustic detection in microreactors and molecular emission detection on a chip to very high-pressure microreactor devices and shear-flow driven separations. The enormous speed of the developments in this field is illustrated by the large number of new start-up companies, some of them based upon technologies that were not even published at the former meeting in Banff in 1998. All this illustrates the great excitement that continues to govern this field in which generation and analysis of (bio)chemical information using microtechnology becomes more and more entangled in what one could call micro (bio)chemical systems.
This volume contains the proceedings of the fourth international symposium on Micro Total Analysis Systems (muTAS 2000), held 14-18 May 2000, at the University of Twente in Enschede, The Netherlands, and organised by the MESA+ Research Institute. Cutting-edge research of all invited and contributed papers presented by the world's leading &mgr;TAS groups provide the newest state of the art of this electrifying, multidisciplinary field.

Keywords

chemical analysis cutting development microelectromechanical system (MEMS) microfluidics

Editors and affiliations

  • Albert van den Berg
    • 1
  • W. Olthuis
    • 1
  • Piet Bergveld
    • 1
  1. 1.MESA+ Research InstituteUniversity of TwenteEnschedeThe Netherlands

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-94-017-2264-3
  • Copyright Information Springer Science+Business Media B.V. 2000
  • Publisher Name Springer, Dordrecht
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-90-481-5496-8
  • Online ISBN 978-94-017-2264-3
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