IECMonday, March 24, 2003

8:15 AM-12:00 PM Convention Center -- Room 394,Oral
Nanoscale Sensing Technology: Why and How? (sponsored by Advanced Materials & Nanotechnology Subdivision)
Organizer, Presiding:Jie Liu
Organizers:Mark W. Grinstaff
Wilfred Chen
8:15 AM Introductory Remarks
8:30 AM 58Nanowire nanosensors
Charles M Lieber
9:15 AM 59Vapor detection using arrays of conducting polymer composite. Chemiresistors
Nathan S. Lewis
9:45 AM 60Sensors from single-wall carbon nanotubes
Hongjie Dai
10:15 AM Intermission
10:30 AM 61Nanoscale supramolecular assemblies for chiral sensing
Wenbin Lin
11:00 AM 62Amplification of biomolecular interactions using liquid crystals and nanostructured surfaces
Nicholas Abbott
11:30 AM 63"Bigger is better": The intrinsic difficulty of achieving high sensitivity
Paul E. Sheehan

Nanoscale Sensing Technology: Why and How? (sponsored by Advanced Materials & Nanotechnology Subdivision) -- Next Session

Symposium Grid -- Division of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry -- Session Listing

The 225th ACS National Meeting, New Orleans, LA, March 23-27, 2003