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Nanotech 2005 Vol. 1
Nanotech 2005 Vol. 1
Technical Proceedings of the 2005 NSTI Nanotechnology Conference and Trade Show, Volume 1

Chapter 10:

Micro and Nano Fluidics Design and Phenomena

-Design Paradigms and Methodologies for Microfluidics
 S. Hardt
 Darmstadt University of Technology, DE
-Flat Fluidics: Programmable On-Chip Networks for Biological and Chemical Applications
 A. Wixforth
 University of Augsburg and Advalytix AG, DE
-Applications of Topology Optimization in the Design of Micro- and Nanofluidic Systems
 F. Okkels, L.H. Olesen and H. Bruus
 Technical University of Denmark, DK
-System Simulations of Complex Electrokinetic Passive Micromixers
 Y. Wang, Q. Lin and T. Mukherjee
 Carnegie Mellon University, US
-Computational Analysis of On-line Coupled ITP-CE
 M. Horner
 Fluent, Inc., US
-Multiscale Modeling of Nanoflows
 G. Drazer, A. Acrivos, B. Khusid and J. Koplik
 New Jersey Institute of Technology, US
-Scaling of Electroosmotic Flow and Ionic Conductivity in Nanochannels
 R. Qiao and N.R. Aluru
 Beckman Institute for Advanced Science and Technology, US
-Characterization of a Solid State DNA Nanopore Sequencer using Multi-Scale (Nano-to-Device) Modeling
 J.W. Jenkins, D. Sengupta and S. Sundaram
 CFD Research Corporation, US
-Understanding the Cytoplasmic Transport of Synthetic Gene Vectors
 C. Pangarkar, A.-T. Dinh and S. Mitragotri
 University of California Santa Barbara, US
-Multiscale Computation of Fluid and Ion Transport in Nanochannels: The Effect of Partial Charges
 S. Joseph, A.N. Chatterjee and N.R. Aluru
 Beckman Institute of Advanced science and technology, US
-Electrokinetic Instabilities and Sample Stacking
 H. Lin, M.H. Oddy and J.G. Santiago
 Stanford University, US
-High Sensitivity, Microfluidic Immunoassays utilizing DNA-conjugated Antibodies to Accelerate the Electrophoretic Separation of Antigen-Antibody Complexes.
 H.G. Wada, T. Kawabata, I. Kazakova, A. Simeonov, C. Park, P. Kechagia, M. Spaid, M. Watanabe and S. Satomura
 Wako Pure Chemical Industries Ltd., US
-Electrokinetic and Hydrodynamic Focusing/Switching in Microfluidics
 R-J Yang, C-C Chang, S-B Huang and G-B Lee
 National Cheng Kung University, TW
-Microfluidic Injector Models Based on Neural Networks
 R. Magargle, J.F. Hoburg and T. Mukherjee
 Carnegie Mellon University, US
-Rapid DNA Amplification in Buoyancy Driven Closed Loop Microfluidic Systems
 N. Agrawal and V.M. Ugaz
 Texas A&M University, US
-Fast DNA Immobilization and Hybridization on a CD (Compact Disc) Microfluidic Platform
 G. Jia, K.S. Ma, H. Kido, J.V. Zoval and M.J. Madou
 University of California at Irvine, US
-Accurate High-throughput Gene Synthesis Using Programmable DNA Microfluidic Microchips
 J. Tian, H. Gong, N. Sheng, X. Zhou, E. Gulari, X. Gao and G.M. Church
 Harvard Medical School/Genetics, US
-Enhanced Separation Performance in Microfabricated Electrophoresis Devices by Electric Field Induced Collection and Metering of DNA
 F.A. Shaikh and V.M. Ugaz
 Texas A&M University, US
-Nanofilament Directional Control within a Hybrid Microelectronic Actin-Myosin Motility Assay via Integrated Electric Field Addressing
 P. Famouri, H. Takatsuki, L.A. Hornak, K. Brown, R. Chilakamarri, A. Timperman, J. Lenke, P. Gannett and K. Kohama
 West Virginia University, US
-Hyperselective and Targeted Separation of Analytes Using Multiple Dynamic Equilibrium Gradients Approach
 Y. Markushin, A. Dawoud and R. Jankowiak
 Ames Laboratory USDOE, US
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