AIChE Annual Meeting
Marriott Marquis Atlanta
Tuesday, November 18, 2014 - 12:30pm to 3:00pm
The ability to manipulate and characterize nanostructures is of tremendous significance within biosensing, nanofabrication and surface modification schemes for cells and tissues. Electrokinetics is emerging as one of the leading means to spatially control nanostructures within microfluidic and nanofluidic device platforms. This session will focus on fundamental aspects of DC and AC electrokinetics at the nanoscale, such as elucidating the influence of streaming currents and surface conduction on nanostructures, as well as applied aspects, such as device platforms, scaling laws, fabrication and functionalization methodologies, and signaling and detection methodologies for particle manipulation and characterization.
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