Biomaterials and Applications

Jean-Pierre Leburton University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign USA
Nanoelectronic membrane for DNA sensing

Fong Wen Mei Nanyang Technological University Singapore
Bioinspired strategies for nanomaterial synthesis

Jingan Li Zhengzhou University China
Tailoring of Cardiovascular biomaterials Surface by a series of techniques for better biocompatibility

David Kisailus University of California, Riverside USA
Biological and Bio-inspired Materials

Xing-Zhong Wuhan University China
From circulating tumor cells to fatal nucleated red blood cells

Vitalii Zablotskii Optical and Biophysical Systems Institute of Physics, Czech Academy of Sciences  Czech Republic
Control Living Cell Functions with High-Gradient Magnetic Fields

Masayuki Yamaguchi Advanced Institute of Science and Technology Japan
Modification of Polar Plastics by Salt Addition

G. Sahaya Baskaran Andhra Loyola College India
Influence of metal oxides on the structure and bioactive behaviour of borate glasses

Yangjun Luo Dalian University of Technology China
Wrinkle-free optimization design of macro- and micro-membrane structures

Victor Nadtochenko Russian Academy ofSciences Russia
Femtosecond lasertechnologies for the bright luminescent quantum dots formation inside biologicalcells

Takamasa Sagara Nagasaki University Japan
Redox driving of hydrogel movements

Carmen-Mihaela Popescu Petru Poni Institute of Macromolecular Chemistry Romania
Superhydrophobic nanocomposite formulations for bio-based surfaces

Huimin Xie Tsinghua University China
Characterisition of Mechanical behavior of  Soft Substrate-Supported Thin Film using Optical Techniques

Masayuki Okoshi National Defense Academy Japan
Fabrication of superhydrophobic silicone rubber operating in water by 193-nm ArF excimer laser-induced photodissociation

Kohei Soga Tokyo University of Science Japan
Materials Science and Engineering for Near Infrared Biomedical Sensing and Imaging