November 6-7, 2018
Call for Abstracts
Rapid on-site detection of molecular species using sensors, with remote data transmission is a growing field of research. The applications are multiple, including for example, point of care diagnosis, patient follow up, environment monitoring (air and water quality), agriculture and food processing. It requires the development of innovative sensors that must be sensitive, selective, robust and reliable, and based on a abel-free detection technique so that the species to be detected do not need to be labeled first. Electrical detection is perfectly adapted to these specifications and compatible with the technologies of microelectronics. The workshop addresses the use of semi-conducting nanomaterials as transducers.
During this international workshop, the last achievements on semi-conducting materials with various architectures such as nanoparticles (0D), nanowires (1D) and thin nanostructures (2D) will be presented, as well as their application to the electrical detection of various biological molecules.
- 0D semi-conducting nanostructures: nanoparticle
- 1D semi-conducting nanostructures: nanowires, nanotubes
- 2D semi-conducting nanostructures and nanowire networks: nanonets, arrays
- Devices for electrical detection: design, modelling, fabrication
- Development of innovative detection methods based on electrical properties
Oct. 8th, 2018: Extended Deadline for abstract submission
Oct. 23rd, 2018: Deadline for Early Registration
Nov. 6-7th, 2018: Workshop