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2015 MRS Spring Meeting Logo2015 MRS Spring Meeting & Exhibit

April 6-10, 2015 | San Francisco
Meeting Chairs: Artur Braun, Hongyou Fan, Ken Haenen, Lia Stanciu, Jeremy A. Theil



Symposium II : Organic Bioelectronics---Materials, Processes and Applications

2015-04-07   Show All Abstracts

Symposium Organizers

Christopher Bettinger, Carnegie Mellon University
Tse Nga Ng, Palo Alto Research Center
Jonathan Rivnay, EMSE
Gordon Wallace, University of Wollongong

Symposium Support

APL Materials
Columbia University
IEEE Transactions on NanoBioscience
Integrated Design Tools Inc.
Sandia National Laboratories
II2/LL2: Joint Session: Neural Interfacing I
Session Chairs
Anna Balazs
Tuesday PM, April 07, 2015
Park Central Hotel, 2nd Floor, Metropolitan II

2:30 AM - *II2.01/LL2.01
Optimizing the Charge Transport and Mechanical Properties of Functionalized Polythiophene Copolymers for Biomedical Device Interfaces

David C. Martin 1 Liangqi Ouyang 1 Bin Wei 1 Jing Qu 1 Jinglin Liu 1 Whirang Cho 1 Minsoo Kim 1 Chin-Chen Kuo 1

1The University of Delaware Newark United States

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3:00 AM - II2.02/LL2.02
Auxetic Micropatterning of a Cell Adhesive-Conductive Composite for Cardiac Tissue Engineering

Michaella Kapnisi 1 2 3 Damia Mawad 1 2 3 Dilshani Rathnayake-Arachchige 4 Paul Conway 4 Molly Stevens 1 2 3

1Imperial College London London United Kingdom2Imperial College London London United Kingdom3Imperial College London London United Kingdom4Loughborough University Loughborough United Kingdom

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3:15 AM - *II2.03/LL2.03
Conducting Polymers: Stretchable Polymeric Neural Electrode Array

Liang Guo 1

1The Ohio State University Columbus United States

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3:45 AM -
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4:15 AM - *II2.04/*LL2.04
Interfacing with the Brain Using Organic Electronics

George G. Malliaras 1

1Ecole des Mines Gardanne France

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4:45 AM - II2.05/LL2.05
Frequency-Based Pressure Sensors for Neural Interfacing

Benjamin Tee 1 Alex Chortos 1 Andre Berndt 1 Ariane Tom 1 Allister McGuire 1 Kevin Tien 3 Huiliang Wang 1 Bianxiao Cui 1 Tse Nga Ng 2 Karl Deisseroth 1 Zhenan Bao 1

1Stanford University Stanford United States2Palo Alto Research Ctr Sunnyvale United States3Columbia University New York United States

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5:00 AM - *II2.06/LL2.06
Freestanding Conductive Hydrogels for Soft, Flexible Organic Bionics

Rylie Green 1

1The University of New South Wales Sydney Australia

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5:30 AM - II2.07/LL2.07
Photochemical Sub-Micron Patterning of Organic and Carbon-Based Materials for High-Density Flexible Electronics

Jaekyun Kim 1 Myung-Gil Kim 2 Sangho Jo 1 Jingu Kang 1 Jaehyun Kim 1 Jeong-Wan Jo 1 Juhyuk Moon 3 Yong-Young Noh 4 Yong-Hoon Kim 5 6 Sung Kyu Park 1

1Chung-Ang University Seoul Korea (the Republic of)2Chung-Ang University Seoul Korea (the Republic of)3Stony Brook University Stony Brook United States4Dongguk University Seoul Korea (the Republic of)5Sungkyunkwan University Suwon Korea (the Republic of)6Sungkyunkwan University Suwon Korea (the Republic of)

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5:45 AM - II2.08/LL2.08
Protein-Based Protonic Transistors

David D. Ordinario 1 Long Phan 1 Jonah-Micah D. Jocson 1 Tam Nguyen 1 Yegor Van Dyke 1 Alon Gorodetsky 1 Emil Karshalev 1

1University of California, Irvine Irvine United States

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II3: Poster Session
Session Chairs
David Martin
Christopher Bettinger
Tuesday PM, April 07, 2015
Marriott Marquis, Yerba Buena Level, Salon 7/8/9

9:00 AM - II3.01
Surface Aalysis of the BSA-Immobilized Core-Shell Nanoparticles by Impedance Spectroscopy Combined with SPM

Youngjoon Lim 1 Jinyoung Kwak 1 Sang-Yup Lee 1

1Yonsei Univ Seoul Korea (the Republic of)

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9:00 AM - II3.03
Ink-Jet Printed Polymer Electrodes to Record Extracellular Signals Produced by Cell Populations In Vitro

Pedro Carrilho Inacio 1 2 Ana Luisa Garcias Mestre 1 2 Joana Canudo 1 2 Luis Alcacer 2 Maria do Carmo Medeiros 3 2 Fabio Biscarini 4 Henrique Leonel Gomes 1 2

1Universidade do Algarve Faro Portugal2IT - Instituto de Telecomunicaccedil;otilde;es Lisboa Portugal3Universidade de Coimbra Coimbra Portugal4University of Modena and Reggio Emilia Modena Italy

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9:00 AM - II3.04
Organic Bio-Electronics: Sensing Materials, Processes, and Applications

Kyung Choi 1

1University of California-Irvine Irvine United States

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9:00 AM - II3.05
Electrical Noise as A Tool to Probe Populations of Living Cells In Vitro

Ana Luisa Garcias Mestre 2 3 Henrique Leonel Gomes 3 2 Joana Canudo 2 3 Maria do Carmo Medeiros 5 Fabio Biscarini 4 Pedro Carrilho Inacio 1 3 Luis Alcacer 3

1Universidade do Algarve Faro Portugal2University of Algarve Faro Portugal3IT - Instituto de Telecomunicaccedil;otilde;es Lisboa Portugal4University of Modena and Reggio Emilia Modena Italy5Universidade de Coimbra Coimbra Portugal

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9:00 AM - II3.06
Blade Coating Processing of Nanothick Nano-Cellulose Transparent Paper

Tianlei Zhou 1 Hyung Woo Choi 1 Ghassan Jabbour 1

1University of Nevada, Reno Reno United States

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9:00 AM - II3.07
Neuronal Alignment and Outgrowth on Microwrinkled Conducting Polymer Substrates

Alberto Bonisoli 1 Gianni Ciofani 1 Francesco Greco 1

1Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia Pontedera Italy

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9:00 AM - II3.08
Renal Tubule-On-A-Chip with Integrated Electronics for Real-Time Monitoring

Vincenzo Fabio Curto 1 Miriam Huerta 1 Marc Ramuz 1 Jonathan Rivnay 1 Robin Serougne 1 Xenofon Strakosas 1 Roisin Owens 1

1Ecole Natl Superieure des Mines Gardanne France

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9:00 AM - II3.09
Ionic Compensation of Ferroelectric Surface Charges for Bistable Electric Double-Layer

Simone Fabiano 1 Xavier Crispin 1 Magnus Berggren 1

1Linkouml;ping University Norrkoping Sweden

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9:00 AM - II3.10
Characterizing Palladium Hydride as a Bioprotonic Transducer

Scott Tom Keene 1 Takeo Miyake 1 Yingxin Of Deng 1 Erik Josberger 2 1 Marco Rolandi 1

1University of Washington Seattle United States2University of Washington Seattle United States

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9:00 AM - II3.11
Bioprotonic Memories and Parallel Sensors

Erik Josberger 1 Takeo Miyake 2 Yingxin Deng 2 Scott Keene 2 Marco Rolandi 2

1University of Washington Seattle United States2University of Washington Seattle United States

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9:00 AM - II3.12
Optochemical pH Sensor Using Electrochromic Polyaniline: Voltage Enhanced Response of Reflectance

Hugo Jose N P Dias Mello 1 Marcelo Mulato 1

1University of Satilde;o Paulo - USP Ribeiratilde;o Preto-SP Brazil

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9:00 AM - II3.13
Polyaniline Protonation and Deprotonation Process as the Main Mechanism for Ionic Field Effect Sensors

Jose Renato Alcaras 1 Hugo Jose N P Dias Mello 1 Marcelo Mulato 1

1University of Satilde;o Paulo - USP Ribeiratilde;o Preto-SP Brazil

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9:00 AM - II3.14
Stretchable Materials Development and Device Structure Optimization for Intrinsically Stretchable Transistors

Alex Chortos 1 Roda Nur 1 Stephanie Benight 1 Ging-Ji Nathan Wang 1 Ghada Koleilat 1 Chien Lu 2 Huiliang Wang 1 Ting Lei 1 Zhenan Bao 1

1Stanford University Stanford United States2Stanford Univ Palo Alto United States

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9:00 AM - II3.15
Fully Printed Organic Thin-Film Transistors on Ultra-Flexible Substrates

Kenjiro Fukuda 1 2 Daisuke Kumaki 1 Shizuo Tokito 1

1Yamagata University Yamagata Japan2PRESTO, Japan Science and Technology Agency Saitama Japan

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9:00 AM - II3.16
Flexible, Ultralow Voltage Organic Pseudo-CMOS Inverter with Amorphous Titanium Oxide Dielectric Operated at Sub-1V

Hiroaki Jinno 1 4 Tomoyuki Yokota 1 4 Yutaro Tachibana 1 4 Naoji Matsuhisa 1 4 5 Martin Kaltenbrunner 2 4 Tsuyoshi Sekitani 3 4 Takao Someya 1 4

1The University of Tokyo Tokyo Japan2Johannes Kepler University Linz Austria3The Institute of Scientific and Industrial Research, Osaka University Osaka Japan4Japan Science and Technology Agency (JST) Tokyo Japan5Advanced Leading Graduate Course for Photon Science (ALPS) Tokyo Japan

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9:00 AM - II3.17
Co-Development of Complementary Technology and Modified-CPL Family for Organic Digital Integrated Circuits

Fabio Carta 1 Htay Hlaing 1 Hassan Edrees 1 Shyuan Yang 1 Mingoo Seok 1 Ioannis Kymissis 1

1Columbia University New York United States

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9:00 AM - II3.18
Organic Electrochemical Sensor Based on Poly (3, 4-ethylenedioxythiophene): Poly (styrene Sulfonic acid) as Neurotransmitter Sensor

Salva Salmani Rezaie 1 2 Manisha Gupta 3 2 Carlo Montemagno 1 2 4

1University of Alberta Edmonton Canada2Ingenuity Lab Edmonton Canada3University of Alberta Edmonton Canada4National Institute for Nanotechnology Edmonton Canada

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9:00 AM - II3.19
Molecular Diagnostic Sensor Based on Graphene Field Effect Transistor with PDMS Microchannel

Dawoon Han 1 Rohit Chand 1 Yong-Sang Kim 1

1Sungkyunkwan University Suwon Korea (the Republic of)

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9:00 AM - II3.20
High Performance Organic Field-Effect Transistors with Silk Fibroin Gate-Dielectric Layer

Junhyung Kim 1 Wi Hyoung Lee 1

1Konkuk University Seoul Korea (the Republic of)

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9:00 AM - II3.21
Highly Sensitive and Selective Liquid-Phase OFET Sensors Based on Crosslinked Conjugated Polymers

Moo Yeol Lee 1 Hyeong Jun Kim 2 Gwan Yeong Jung 3 A-Reum Han 1 Sang Kyu Kwak 3 Bumjoon J Kim 2 Joon Hak Oh 1

1POSTECH Pohang Korea (the Republic of)2KAIST Daejeon Korea (the Republic of)3UNIST Ulsan Korea (the Republic of)

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9:00 AM - II3.22
Electrosynthesized ZnO-NPs for Ultrasensitive FBI-OFET Biosensors

Rosaria Anna Picca 1 Maria Chiara Sportelli 1 Antonio Luciano 1 Kyriaki Manoli 1 Maria Magliulo 1 Gerardo Palazzo 1 Luisa Torsi 1 Nicola Cioffi 1

1Universitagrave; degli Studi di Bari Aldo Moro Bari Italy

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9:00 AM - II3.23
Surface Analytical Characterization of P3HT-Streptavidin Bilayers for Biosensing Applications

Maria Chiara Sportelli 1 Rosaria Anna Picca 1 Kyriaki Manoli 1 Maria Magliulo 1 Marilena Re 2 Leander Tapfer 2 Nicola Cioffi 1 Luisa Torsi 1

1Department of Chemistry, University of Bari "Aldo Moro", Bari Italy2ENEA - Unitagrave; Tecnica Tecnologia dei Materiali - Sez. Materiali Compositi e Nanostrutturati - Brindisi, Italy Brindisi Italy

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9:00 AM - II3.25
Highly Performance OECTs Made by Inkjet-Printing for Customized Bioelectronics Devices

Eloise Bihar 1 Mohamed Saadaoui 1 George G. Malliaras 1

1ENS-Saint Etienne Gardanne France

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9:00 AM - II3.27
Highly Sensitive Epinephrine Sensors Based on Organic Electrochemical Transistors with Functionalized Gate Electrodes

Chun Hin Mak 1 Feng Yan 1 Helen L.W. Chan 1

1Hong Kong Polytechnic Univ Kowloon Hong Kong

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9:00 AM - II3.28
Organic Electrochemical Transistors as Skin Sensors for Clinical Applications

Thomas Lonjaret 1 2 Pierre Leleux 2 Jonathan Rivnay 1 Esma Ismailova 1 Thierry Herve 2 George G. Malliaras 1

1Mines de Saint-Etienne Gardanne France2Microvitae Technologies Meyreuil France

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9:00 AM - II3.29
A Reference-Based Sensor Circuit with Organic Electrochemical Transistors for Enzymatic In-Vitro Platforms with Increased Sensitivity and Stability

Marcel Braendlein 1 Jonathan Rivnay 1 Pierre Leleux 1 Marc Daniel Ferro 1 Xenofon Strakosas 1 Mary Jocelyn Donahue 1 Robert Forchheimer 2 George G. Malliaras 1

1Eacute;cole Nationale Supeacute;rieure des Mines de Saint-Eacute;tienne Gardanne France2Linkouml;ping University Linkouml;ping Sweden

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9:00 AM - II3.30
Multi-Ion Selective Organic Electrochemical Transistors for In Vitro Analysis of Electrometabolic Coupling

Mary Jocelyn Donahue 2 Xenofon Strakosas 1 Marc Daniel Ferro 2 Adam Williamson 4 Christophe Bernard 4 George G. Malliaras 3

1EMSE -CMP Gardanne France2Ecole Nationale Superieure des Mines de Saint Etienne Gardanne France3Ecole des Mines Gardanne France4Aix-Marseille Universiteacute; Marseile France

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9:00 AM -
II3.24 WITHDRAWN 4-7-15

9:00 AM -
II3.02 WITHDRAWN 3-23-15

9:00 AM -
II3.26 WITHDRAWN 4-7-15

II1/LL1: Joint Session: Soft E-Skins
Session Chairs
Walter Paxton
Tuesday AM, April 07, 2015
Park Central Hotel, 2nd Floor, Metropolitan II

9:30 AM - *II1.01/LL1.01
Ultraflexible Organic Devices and Sensors for Biomedical Applications

Takao Someya 1 2 Tomoyuki Yokota 1 2 Sungwon Lee 1 2 Martin Kaltenbrunner 1 2 Tsuyoshi Sekitani 1 2 3 Masaki Sekino 1 2

1University of Tokyo Tokyo Japan2Japan Science and Technology Agency (JST) Tokyo Japan3Osaka University Osaka Japan

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10:00 AM - II1.02/LL1.02
Organic Bioelectronic Devices from Ion-Conducting Tough Edible Hydrogels

Dominik Benz 1 Alex Keller 1 Marc In het Panhuis 1

1University of Wollongong Wollongong Australia

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10:15 AM - II1.03/LL1.03
Skin-Inspired Imperceptible Plastic Electronic Wrap

Michael Drack 1 Ingrid Graz 1 Tsuyoshi Sekitani 2 Takao Someya 2 Martin Kaltenbrunner 1 Siegfried Bauer 1

1Johannes Kepler University Linz Austria2The University of Tokyo Tokyo Japan

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10:30 AM - II1.04/LL1.04
Stretchable Electronic Skin Based on Distributed Flexion and Pressure Sensors Mounted on a Textile Glove

Aaron P. Gerratt 1 Hadrien O. Michaud 1 Stephanie P. Lacour 1

1EPFL Lausanne Switzerland

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10:45 AM - II1.05/LL1.05
Imperceptible Perovskite Solar Cells with 30W/g Specific Weight

Martin Kaltenbrunner 1 Getachew Adam Workneh 2 Lucia Nicoleta Leonat 2 Matthew Schuette White 2 Markus Clark Scharber 2 Niyazi Serdar Sariciftci 2 Siegfried Bauer 1

1Johannes Kepler University Linz Austria2Johannes Kepler University Linz Austria

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11:00 AM -
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11:30 AM - *II1.06/LL1.06
Skin-Inspired Electronics from Organic Materials

Zhenan Bao 1

1Stanford University Stanford United States

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12:00 PM - II1.07/LL1.08
Intrinsically Stretchable Organic Semiconductors for Wearable Electronics

Darren J. Lipomi 1 Suchol Savagatrup 2 Timothy F. O'Connor 1 Kirtana Rajan 2

1University of California, San Diego La Jolla United States2University of California, San Diego La Jolla United States

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12:15 PM - II1.08/LL1.08
Ultra-Conformable, Submicrometer Free-Standing OTFTs Operating at Low Voltages

Alessandra Zucca 2 Piero Cosseddu 2 3 Stefano Lai 3 Francesco Greco 1 Virgilio Mattoli 1 Annalisa Bonfiglio 3 2

1Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia Pontedera Italy2S3 nanoStructures and bioSystems at Surfaces, CNR-INFM Cagliari Italy3University of Cagliari Cagliari Italy

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12:30 PM - II1.09/LL1.09
Modularized Epidermal RF Energy Harvester with Releasable Interconnect and Matching Components

YuHao Liu 1 Xian Huang 2 John A. Rogers 1

1University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign Urbana United States2Missouri University of Science and Technology Rolla United States

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12:45 PM - II1.10/LL1.10
Stretchable ECG Electrodes with Printed Silver Nano-Ink

Jiseok Kim 1 Woo Soo Kim 1

1Simon Fraser University Surrey Canada

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2015-04-08   Show All Abstracts

Symposium Organizers

Christopher Bettinger, Carnegie Mellon University
Tse Nga Ng, Palo Alto Research Center
Jonathan Rivnay, EMSE
Gordon Wallace, University of Wollongong

Symposium Support

Palo Alto Research Center
Polyera Corporation
RSC
II6: Iontronics and Mixed Conduction
Session Chairs
Jonathan Rivnay
Christopher Bettinger
Wednesday PM, April 08, 2015
Park Central Hotel, 3rd Floor, Stanford

2:30 AM - *II6.01
Chemical Circuits Built Up from Devices Based on Mono- and Bi-Polar Membranes - Towards New Therapy Methods

Magnus Berggren 1 Erik Gabrielsson 1 Daniel Simon 1 Amanda Jonsson 1 David Nilsson 1 Klas Tybrandt 1

1Linkopins University Norrkouml;ping Sweden

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3:00 AM - II6.02
Hybrid Proton-Electron Transport in Self-Assembled Peptide Nanostructures

Nurit Ashkenasy 1 Jenny Lerner-Yardeni 1 Moran Amit 2 Nahum Bomshtein 1

1Ben Gurion University of the Negev Beer Sheva Israel2Ben-Gurion Univ Beer Sheva Israel

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3:15 AM - *II6.03
Taking Electrons Out of Bioelectronics: Bioprotonic Memories and Enzymatic Logic Gates

Marco Rolandi 1

1University of Washington, Seattle Seattle United States

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3:45 AM -
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4:15 AM - *II6.04
The Spin and Bioelectronics Properties of Melanin

Paul Meredith 1

1The University of Queensland Brisbane Australia

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4:45 AM - II6.05
Integration of H+ Conducting Devices with Neuronal Cells

Yingxin Deng 1 Erik Josberger 1 Takeo Miyake 1 Scott Keene 1 Marco Rolandi 2

1University of Washington Seattle United States2University of Washington Seattle United States

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5:00 AM - *II6.06
Cephalopod-Derived Materials for Photonic and Protonic Devices

Alon Gorodetsky 1

1University of California, Irvine Irvine United States

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5:30 AM - II6.07
Enzyme Logic Bioprotonic Transducer and Circuits

Takeo Miyake 1 Yingxin Of Deng 1 Erik Josberger 1 Scott Keene 1 Marco Rolandi 1

1University of Washington Seattle United States

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5:45 AM - II6.08
On the Potential of Eumelanin for Supercapacitor Applications

Eduardo Di Mauro 1 Prajwal Kumar 3 Alessandro Pezzella 2 Fabio Cicoira 3 Francesca Soavi 4 Julia Wuensche 1 Clara Santato 1

1Polytechnique Montreal Montreacute;al Canada2Univ of Naples Naples Italy3Ecole Polytechnique Montreal Montreal Canada4University of Bologna Bologna Italy

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II4: Neural Interfacing II
Session Chairs
Ana Claudia Arias
Wednesday AM, April 08, 2015
Park Central Hotel, 3rd Floor, Stanford

9:30 AM - *II4.01
Controlling Cell Functions by Light

Guglielmo Lanzani 1

1Italian Institute of Technology Milano Italy

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10:00 AM - II4.02
Implantable Multifunctional Probes for Drug Delivery and Simultaneous Recording of Neural Activity

Sahika Inal 1 Jonathan Rivnay 1 Ilke Uguz 1 Adam Williamson 2 Amanda Jonsson 3 Loig Kergoat 3 Magnus Berggren 3 Christophe Bernard 2 George G. Malliaras 1

1Ecole Nationale Supeacute;rieure des Mines, CMP-EMSE Gardanne France2Institute for Systems Neuroscience in Aix-Marseille University Marseille France3Linkoping Univ Norrkoping Sweden

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10:15 AM - *II4.03
Flexible Optoelectronic Fibers for Multimodal Interaction with Neural Circuits

Andres Canales 1 Xiaoting Jia 1 Chi Lu 1 Ulrich Paul Froriep 1 Ryan A Koppes 1 Christina Myra Tringides 1 Jennifer Selvidge 1 Yoel Fink 1 Polina Anikeeva 1

1Massachusetts Institute of Technology Cambridge United States

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10:45 AM - II4.04
Flexible Multimodal Organic Devices for Neural Interface

Marc Daniel Ferro 1 Adam Williamson 2 3 Pierre Leleux 1 Attila Kaszas 2 3 Thomas Doublet 2 3 Esma Ismailova 1 Anton Ivanov 2 3 Jonathan Rivnay 1 Christophe Bernard 2 3 George G. Malliaras 1

1ENS-Saint Etienne Gardanne France2Aix Marseille Universiteacute; Marseille France3Inserm Marseille France

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11:00 AM -
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II5: Wearable/Flexible Medical Devices
Session Chairs
Tse Nga Ng
Wednesday AM, April 08, 2015
Park Central Hotel, 3rd Floor, Stanford

11:30 AM - *II5.01
Organic Flexible Electronics for Conformal Medical Devices

Adrien Pierre 1 Yasser Khan 1 Claire Meyer Lochner 1 Ana Claudia Arias 1

1University of California, Berkeley Berkeley United States

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12:00 PM - II5.02
Conducting Polymer Textiles in Wearable Health Monitoring Technologies

Esma Ismailova 1 Seiichi Takamatsu 2 George G. Malliaras 1

1ENS-Saint Etienne Gardanne France2UMEMSME Tsukuba Ibaraki Japan

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12:15 PM - II5.03
Organic Complementary Circuits with Thin Parylene Gate Dielectric for a Flexible Fever Alarm System

Tomoyuki Yokota 1 2 Wakako Yukita 1 2 Jonathan Reeder 1 3 Hiroshi Fuketa 1 2 Masamune Hamamatsu 1 2 Teruki Someya 1 2 Walter Voit 3 Makoto Takamiya 1 2 Tsuyoshi Sekitani 2 4 Takayasu Sakurai 1 2 Takao Someya 1 2

1University of Tokyo Tokyo Japan2The Exploratory Research for Advanced Technology (ERATO) Tokyo Japan3The University of Texas at Dallas Richardson United States4The Institute of Scientific and Research, Osaka University Osaka Japan

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12:30 PM - II5.04
Flexible Organic Light Emitting Diodes for Biomedical Applications

Claire Meyer Lochner 1 Yasser Khan 1 Adrien Pierre 1 Ana Claudia Arias 1

1University of California, Berkeley Berkeley United States

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12:45 PM - II5.05
Actively Multiplexed Bio-Electrical Signal Sensor Array Using Organic Transistors and Organic Electro Chemical Transistors

Wonryung Lee 1 2 Martin Kaltenbrunner 1 2 Jonathan Rivnay 3 Naoji Matsuhisa 1 2 Marc Daniel Ferro 3 Tomoyuki Yokota 1 2 Tsuyoshi Sekitani 1 2 4 George G. Malliaras 3 Takao Someya 1 2

1Univ of Tokyo Tokyo Japan2JST/ERATO Tokyo Japan3Ecole Nationale Superieure des Mines Provance France4Osaka University Osaka Japan

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2015-04-09   Show All Abstracts

Symposium Organizers

Christopher Bettinger, Carnegie Mellon University
Tse Nga Ng, Palo Alto Research Center
Jonathan Rivnay, EMSE
Gordon Wallace, University of Wollongong

Symposium Support

Palo Alto Research Center
Polyera Corporation
RSC
II9: Transistors as Biosensors
Session Chairs
Marc Ramuz
Tse Nga Ng
Thursday PM, April 09, 2015
Park Central Hotel, 3rd Floor, Stanford

2:30 AM - II9.01
Conducting Polymer Transistors Making use of Activated Carbon Gate Electrodes

Hao Tang 1 Prajwal Kumar 1 Shiming Zhang 1 Zhihui Yi 2 Clara Santato 3 Francesca Soavi 4 Fabio Cicoira 1

1Chemical Engineering, Polytechnique Montreal Montreal Canada2Ecole Polytechnique Montreal Montreal Canada3Polytechnique Montreal Montreal Canada4University of Bologna Bologna Italy

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2:45 AM - II9.02
An Extended Steady-State Model for Organic Electrochemical Transistors for Biosensing Applications

Jacob Friedlein 4 Jonathan Rivnay 1 Sean E. Shaheen 3 5 George G. Malliaras 2 Robert McLeod 3

1EMSE Gardanne France2ENS-Saint Etienne Gardanne France3Univ of Colorado-Boulder Boulder United States4University of Colorado Boulder United States5University of Colorado Boulder United States

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3:00 AM - II9.03
Dynamic Optical and Electrical Characterization of Epithelial Cell Monolayers by Organic Electrochemical Transistor

Marc Ramuz 1 Adel Hama 1 Jonathan Rivnay 1 Pierre Leleux 1 Miriam Huerta 1 Roisin Owens 1

1CMP - Mines St Etienne Gardanne France

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3:15 AM - II9.04
Modeling Transient Drain Current Response in Biofunctionalized Organic Electrochemical Transistors

Gregorio Couto Faria 3 2 Duc Trong Duong 2 Jonathan Rivnay 1 George G. Malliaras 1 Roisin Owens 1 Alberto Salleo 2

1Ecole des Mines Gardanne France2Stanford University Stanford United States3University of Satilde;o Paulo Sao Carlos Brazil

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4:00 AM - *II9.05
Tailoring Functional Interlayers in Organic Field-Effect Transistor Biosensors

Luisa Torsi 1 Maria Magliulo 1 Kyriaki Manoli 1 Eleonora Macchia 1 Gerardo Palazzo 1

1Universitagrave; degli Studi di Bari "A. Moro" Bari Italy

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4:30 AM - II9.06
Biofunctionalized Organic Electrochemical Transistors for In-Vitro/In-Vivo Biosensing

Xenofon Strakosas 6 Miriam Huerta 4 Jonathan Rivnay 6 Adel Hama 6 Mary J Donahue 6 Marc Ramuz 2 Pierre Leleux 4 Marc Daniel Ferro 3 George G. Malliaras 1 Roisin Owens 5

1ENS-Saint Etienne Gardanne France2ENSM Gardanne France3Ecole Nationale Superieure des Mines de Saint Etienne Gardanne France4Ecole Nationale Supeacute;rieure des Mines - CMP Gardanne France5Ecole des mines de St. Etienne Gardanne France6Ecole Nationale Supeacute;rieure des Mines, CMP-EMSE, MOC Gardanne France

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4:45 AM - II9.07
Biofunctionalization of Organic Electrochemical Transistors for Protein Grafting

Benoit Liberelle 1 Olga Berezhetska 1 De Crescenzo Gregory 1 Fabio Cicoira 1

1Polytechnique Montreal Montreal Canada

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5:00 AM - II9.08
Selective High Sensitive Biosensors Based on Waterstable Organic Field-Effect Transistor

Raphael Pfattner 2 Wen-Ya Lee 1 Chao Wang 2 Desheng Kong 2 Chien Lu 2 Allison Hinckley 2 Jeffrey B.-H. Tok 2 Zhenan Bao 2

1National Taiwan University Mountain View United States2Stanford University Stanford United States

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5:15 AM - II9.09
Detection Beyond the Debyersquo;s Length with An Electrolyte Gated Organic Field-Effect Transistor

Gerardo Palazzo 1 Antonia Mallardi 2 Maria Magliulo 1 Donato De Tullio 1 Francesca Intranuovo 1 Pietro Favia 1 Mohammad Yusuf Mulla 1 Inger Vikholm-Lundin 3 Luisa Torsi 1

1University of Bari Bari Italy2CNR-IPCF Bari Italy3University of Tampere Tampere Finland

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5:30 AM - II9.10
Ultra-Highly Sensitive Electrical Detection of Breast Cancer Biomarkers Using Graphene Field Effect Transistors Decorated with Metal Nanoparticles

Cecilia de Carvalho Castro e Silva 1 3 Letao Yang 4 Damien Adrien Voiry 3 Rajesh Kappera 2 KiBum Lee 4 Lauro Tatsuo Kubota 1 Manish Chhowalla 3

1University of Campinas Campinas Brazil2Rutgers Univ Piscataway United States3Rutgers University New Brunswick United States4Rutgers University Piscataway United States

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5:45 AM - II9.11
Organic Field Effect Transistor Sensors using Peptide Recognition Elements and Organic Semiconductor Blends

Michael L Turner 1 Marion Wrackmeyer 1 Jonathan M. Behrendt 1 Barbara Urasinska-Wojcik 1 Debasmita Das 1 Ian Ingram 1

1University of Manchester Manchester United Kingdom

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II7: Materials for Bioelectronics
Session Chairs
Alon Gorodetsky
Thursday AM, April 09, 2015
Park Central Hotel, 3rd Floor, Stanford

9:30 AM - II7.02
Ion Selective Polymers for Bioelectronic Applications

Alexander Giovannitti 2 Mindaugas Kirkus 2 Christian Nielsen 2 Jonathan Rivnay 1 George G. Malliaras 1 Iain McCulloch 2

1ENS-Saint Etienne Gardanne France2Imperial College London United Kingdom