Fall 2010 Conference
September 15-17
      

IAB Fall 2007


(Optional) | Directions | BSAC Research Review: Plenary, Poster, and Awards Dinner (Members, Faculty, Researchers, Guests) | IAB Meeting | (Optional) | California |

(Optional) Molecular Foundry Tour
(Members, Faculty, Guests)

19 September 2007
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

TimeSpeaker, Event / Topic Information
08:30  Light Continental Breakfast, Clark Kerr
Light Continental Breakfast, Clark Kerr
09:30  Bus from Clark Kerr Parking Lot to LBL
Bus from Clark Kerr Parking Lot to LBL
10:00  Jim Bustillo
Associate Director
Molecular Foundry Overview
10:30  Molecular Foundry Tours
Molecular Foundry Tours
12:00  Bus to Clark Kerr and Sandwich Lunch for Tour Attendees
Bus to Clark Kerr and Sandwich Lunch for Tour Attendees


 

Directions & Trends Session
Technologies to Impact Delivery of Healthcare
(Members, Faculty, PostDoc Researchers, Guests)

19 September 2007
Clark Kerr Conference Center (Joseph Wood Krutch Theatre)

TimeSpeaker, Event / Topic Information
12:00  Registration and Informal Mixing
Registration and Informal Mixing
14:05  John Huggins, BSAC Executive Director
14:15  Ravi Nemana, CITRIS Executive Director, Healthcare Initiative
Healthcare Trends
14:45  Albert P. Pisano, Chair Mechanical Engineering UC Berkeley
Nanoscale, Discretionary Functionalization of Biodevices
15:30  Dorian Liepmann, Chair BioEngineering UC Berkeley
Micro and Nano Technology for Advancement in Healthcare
16:00  Break and informal mixer
Break and informal mixer
16:15  Luke Lee, Prof. UC Berkeley BioEngineering
Innovative BioPOETS Impacts on Healthcare
17:00  Bernhard Boser, Prof. EECS UC Berkeley
CMOS as a BioSensor Material
17:30  David Sretavan, Prof. and Vice Chair, Ophthalmology and Prof. Physiology, UCSF
Clinical Need and Opportunities in Ophthalmology: Glaucoma as a case study
18:00  Break
Break
18:15  Prof. Regis B. Kelly, Distinguished Neuroscientist and Executive Director, QB3
Keynote Address: "Breakthroughs & Challenges from BioScience-Engineering Collaborations"
18:45  Hors d'Oeurves Mixer
Hors d'Oeurves Mixer

BSAC Research Review:
Plenary, Poster, and Awards Dinner
(Members, Faculty, Researchers, Guests)

20 September 2007
Clark Kerr Conference Center

TimeSpeaker, Event / Topic Information
07:30  Light Continental Breakfast
Light Continental Breakfast
08:35  John Huggins
Welcome and Introduction to Session
08:45  Christopher Roper
Control of Mechanical and Electrical Properties of Silicon Carbide Thin Films for MEMS and NEMS Applications
09:00  Eunice Lee
Remote Optical Switch for Localized Control of Gene Regulation & Protein Translation
09:15  Prof. Kris Pister
Introduction to Morning Poster Elevator Pitches (+1 minute summary by each Researcher)
10:00  Morning Poster Session
MicroPower; Microfluidics; BioMEMS; ╬╝Photonics & Adaptive Optics
11:30  Mei-Lin Chan
Bioassays based on magnetic recording technology
11:45  Erwin Lau
100 GHz semiconductor laser by strong optical injection locking
12:00  Chinwuba Ezekwe
Low-Power Interface Design for Micromachined Vibratory Gyroscopes
12:15  Lunch & Informal Mixer
Note: From 12:30 to 13:15 a parallel break-out session will be held (Room 104) for DARPA MiNaSIP Participants

Lunch & Informal Mixer
Note: From 12:30 to 13:15 a parallel break-out session will be held (Room 104) for DARPA MiNaSIP Participants
13:45  Yang Lin
Manufacturing Repeatability of the Frequency and Q of Capacitive Micromechanical Disk Resonators
14:00  Sebastien Payen
MEMS RF-Interrogated Biosensor for Viticulture
14:15  Prof. Albert P. Pisano
Introduction to Afternoon Poster Elevator Pitches (+1 minute summary by each Researcher)
15:00  Afternoon Poster Session
CAD; Package, Process & ╬╝Assembly;
Physical Sensors, Actuators, & ╬╝Robotics; Wireless, RF & SmartDust
16:30  Ming Wu, Prof. UC Berkeley EECS (Invited Faculty Talk)
Optofluidic Approaches for Experimental Fluidic/Cellular Manipulation & Analytics
17:00  Julian Lippmann
Bubble Time-of-Flight Flow Sensor
17:15  Michael Mueller
Bio-Polymer IR Sensors
17:30  Heather Chiamori
Electrothermal CNT Gas Sensor
17:45  Alex Elium
Mobile Airborne Particulate Matter Monitor for Cellular Deployment
18:00  John Huggins
Close Session & Pre-Dinner Mixer
18:30  Awards Dinner
Awards Dinner
20:00  Adjourn
Adjourn


Industrial Advisory Board + BSAC Director Meeting
(Members and Directors)

21 September 2007
Soda Hall 430 (Wozniak Lounge)

TimeSpeaker, Event / Topic Information
08:00  Light Continental Breakfast
Light Continental Breakfast
08:30  John Huggins
State of the Center, Prior Minutes, and Topics for IAB consideration
09:10  Richard Tsina
NSF Evaluator
Member Survey and Issues; LIFE Results
09:30  Industrial Chair
Closed Member Session
Members & NSF Only
10:30  Industrial Chair
Summary of Membership Discussion and Recommendations
11:30  John Huggins
Close IAB
Box Lunch


(Optional) Wireless Workshop: WSN, Cellular, Sensors
(Open to Public)

21 September 2007
NEW LOCATION: 306 Soda Hall (HP Auditorium)

TimeSpeaker, Event / Topic Information
12:30  Registration
Registration
13:00  Prof. Kris Pister, UC Berkeley
State of the WSN Technology and Industry
14:00  Prof. Heikki Seppa, VTT Finland
Wireless Functional Environment of the Mobile Sensing Platform:
Sensors, RFID, Printed Coding and Mobile Phones
14:45  Break
15:15  Prof. David Culler
Sensors - The Next Tier of the Internet
15:45  Peter Boda Nokia Research
Intro to Sensor Planet Project and Test Platform
16:15  Prof. Richard White/RJ Honicky UC Berkeley
Networked Suite of Mobile Atmospheric Real-Time Sensors (N-SMARTs)
16:45  Prof. Liwei Lin
Approaches and Challenges for MEMS microbattery replacements (energy scavenging & harvesting)
17:15  Panel
WSN/Cellular Symbiosis
17:45  Prof. Kris Pister
Adjourn


California Golden Bears vs. Arizona Wildcats Football Game
22 September 2007
Soda Hall, Wozniak Lounge Patio

TimeSpeaker, Event / Topic Information
12:00  Pre-Game "Tailgate" Party & BBQ
14:15  Walk to Memorial Stadium
Walk to Memorial Stadium
15:00  Kick-Off
Kick-Off

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