Upcoming presentations in 2014
The work done by members of Nanolab will appear at several conferences/workshops this year. This includes two papers at ISCAS 2014 in Melbourne, where one paper is on translinear principle in time mode and the other is a record breaking 0.25V OTA. Then we have four presentations at the World Congress on Biosensors, also in Melbourne on sensors such as paper based sensors and optoelectronic sensors, and platform technologies such as for cell trapping and lysis, and on energy harvesting from gastric acid. Finally we are happy to say that the group will present three papers at Hilton Head Workshop in June, one on nanowire electrode arrays on paper substrate, another on optoelectronic sensor for early detection of cancer, and the third on multiparameter gas sensor that combines uGC column with nanomaterial sensor array.