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[Illinois] ECE 416: Biosensors
07 Feb 2013 | Courses | Contributor(s): Brian Cunningham
[Illinois] Physics 550 Biomolecular Physics
05 Sep 2013 | Courses | Contributor(s): Klaus Schulten, Taekjip Ha
[Illinois] GEM4 Bionanotechnology Summer Institute 2013
01 Aug 2013 | Workshops
[Illinois] ECE 416 Protein Microarrays II, Next Gen Sequencing I
09 May 2013 | Online Presentations | Contributor(s): Brian Cunningham, NanoBio Node
[Illinois] weSTEM 2013 Series: Be Inspired, Stay Motivated, Grow Passionate
14 Jun 2013 | Series
[Illinois] weSTEM 2013: Managing your Goals in the Face of Uncertainty
14 Jun 2013 | Online Presentations | Contributor(s): Nina Tandon
International HPC Summer School 2013
21 Aug 2013 | Workshops
[Illinois] The Role of Nanoparticle Surface Chemistry in Alveolar Macrophage Inflammatory Response
12 Aug 2013 | Online Presentations | Contributor(s): Valerie Leppert
Dr. Leppert is an associate professor in the School of Engineering at the University of California - Merced. Dr. Leppert received her Ph.D. in Materials Science and Engineering from Northwestern University in Evanston, IL. Her research interests include Electron microscopy, nanomaterials for application in technology and the environment. She serves as a faculty advisor for the CMMB IGERT which is in partnership with the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign.
[Illinois] PHYS466 2013: Atomic Scale Simulations
06 Feb 2013 | Courses | Contributor(s): David M. Ceperley
[Illinois] ECE 416 Assay Formats
26 Feb 2013 | Online Presentations | Contributor(s): Brian Cunningham
[Illinois] ECE 416 DNA Microarrays I
08 May 2013 | Online Presentations | Contributor(s): Brian Cunningham
[Illinois] ECE 416 Next Gen Sequencing II
[Illinois] ECE 398: Electronic and Photonic Devices
07 Feb 2011 | Courses | Contributor(s): Kent D Choquette
[Illinois] Bionanotechnology Seminar Series
29 Jan 2016 | Series
This series is organized by PhD students who are appointed as Trainees in the NIH/NCI Midwest Cancer Nanotechnology Training Center (M-CNTC) and in the NSF IGERT in Cellular and Molecular Mechanics and BioNanotechnology (CMMB IGERT). These traineeships are designed to train the next generation of leaders who will define the new frontiers of nanotechnology in cancer research and in cellular and molecular mechanics and bionanotechnology. The BioNanotechnology Seminar Series is also sponsored...
[Illinois] ECE 416 Electrochemical Sensors
27 Feb 2013 | Online Presentations | Contributor(s): Brian Cunningham
[Illinois] Biophotonics Summer School 2012
17 Jun 2013 | Workshops | Contributor(s): NanoBio Node
[Illinois] MCB 493 Neural Systems Modeling
29 Oct 2013 | Courses | Contributor(s): Thomas J. Anastasio
[Illinois] Neuroengineering IGERT Symposium 2013
31 Jul 2013 | Workshops
[Illinois] ECE 416 Acoustic Wave Sensors
[Illinois] Optics-based Biosensors for Diagnostics, Cell Imaging, Pharmaceutical Research, and Tissue Imaging
28 Aug 2013 | Online Presentations | Contributor(s): Brian Cunningham
My [Dr. Cunningham's] research group is focused on the application of sub-wavelength optical phenomena and fabrication methods to the development of novel devices and instrumentation for the life sciences. The group is highly interdisciplinary, with expertise in the areas of microfabrication, nanotechnology, computer simulation, instrumentation, molecular biology, and cell biology. In particular, we are working on biosensors based upon photonic crystal concepts that can either be built from low-cost flexible plastic materials, or integrated with semiconductor-based active devices, such as light sources and photodetectors, for high performance integrated detection systems.
Using a combination of micrometer-scale and nanometer-scale fabrication tools, we are devising novel methods and materials for producing electro-optic devices with nanometer-scale features that can be scaled for low-cost manufacturing. Many of our techniques are geared for compatibility with flexible plastic materials, leading to applications such as low cost disposable sensors, wearable sensors, flexible electronics, and flexible displays. Because our structures manipulate light at a scale that is smaller than an optical wavelength, we rely on computer simulation tools such as Rigorous Coupled Wave Analysis (RCWA) and Finite Difference Time Doman (FDTD) to model, design, and understand optical phenomena within photonic crystals and related devices.
In addition to fabricating devices, our group is also focused on the design, prototyping, and testing of biosensor instrumentation for high sensitivity, portability, and resolution. Advanced instruments enable high resolution imaging of biochemical and cellular interactions with the ability to monitor images of biochemical interactions as a function of time. Using the sensors and instrumentation, we are exploring new applications for optical biosensor technology including protein microarrays, biosensor/mass spectrometry systems, and microfluidics-based assays using nanoliter quantities of reagents. The methods and systems developed in the laboratory are applied in the fields of life science research, drug discovery, diagnostic testing, and environmental monitoring.
[Illinois] Phys550 Lecture 9: Protein Overview
02 Oct 2013 | Online Presentations | Contributor(s): Klaus Schulten
[Illinois] Phys550 Lecture 25: Noise in Gene Expression and Sequencing Method
05 Dec 2013 | Online Presentations | Contributor(s): Taekjip Ha
[Illinois] Phys550 Lecture 2: Photosynthesis I
05 Sep 2013 | Online Presentations | Contributor(s): Klaus Schulten
[Illinois] ECE 416 Glucose Sensor II
[Illinois] Neuroengineering IGERT Symposium: Low-Power Integrated Circuits for Advanced Neural Interfaces
30 Jul 2013 | Online Presentations | Contributor(s): Reid R. Harrison
Reid Harrison - Intan Technologies, LLC
Reid Harrison received the BS degree in electrical engineering from the University of Florida in 1994 and the PhD degree from the California Institute of Technology in 2000. He joined the University of Utah in 2000, where was an Associate Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering and an Adjunct Associate Professor of Bioengineering through 2010. In 2003, he founded Intan Technologies, LLC and joined the company full time in 2010 in Los Angeles. Intan Technologies now supplies advanced electrophysiology interface chips to companies and research groups in over 20 countries around the world. Dr. Harrison's research interests include low-power analog and mixed-signal CMOS circuit design; integrated electronics for neural interfaces and other biomedical devices; and hardware for biologically inspired computational systems. He has served on the technical program committees of the International Solid-State Circuits Conference (ISSCC) and the International Symposium on Circuits and Systems (ISCAS).
Beckman Institute for Advanced Science and Technology,
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering,
Department of Bioengineering,
Department of Psychology,
Student Organization Resource Fund (SORF)