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- [Illinois] BioNanotechnology Seminar Series Fall 2012: Label-Free Electronic Detection of Cancer Biomarkers Using Silicon Nanowire Arrays
- NanoDays - Artificial Photosynthesis with Biomimetic Nanomaterials: Self-Repairing Solar Cells
- ThrEshold Logic Synthesizer (TELS) and Majority Logic Synthezier (MALS)
- [Illinois] ECE 398 Lecture 28: Optical Display - 2D Emission Arrays
- Reed-Muller Reversible Logic Synthesizer (RMRLS) 0.2
- [Illinois] ECE 416 Lecture 11: Electrochemical Sensors
Advances in informatics, nanotechnology, and deeper understanding of biological systems have provided new opportunities to make fundamental advances in sensing and dynamic control of engineered systems. BioSensing-BioActuation (BSBA) is a developing new research frontier that will profoundly impact both engineering and biological sciences in sensing/actuation science and technologies, and could has the potential for bringing a paradigm shift in engineering and biological research by creating new, truly cross-disciplinary research methodologies. BSBA refers to an emergent research area that aims at developing novel bio-derived and bio-inspired sensing/actuation technologies based on the fundamental understanding of biological systems. It is highly interdisciplinary by nature, drawing expertise from biology, engineering, computer science, materials science, and mathematics.
My research focuses primarily on the integration of magnetic and optical materials with standard platforms to allow the development of practical devices and systems. In photonics, this includes the integration of magnets, magneto-optical garnets waveguides, and nanostructures for magnetophotonic crystals with semiconductor platforms for isolator and sensor applications. In magnetics, Stadler is working on magnetic nanowires for magnetoelectronics (including hard drive heads) and acoustic sensor applications. See www.ece.umn.edu/users/stadler for more info.
From Stadler's faculty profile
Researchers should cite this work as follows:
Bethanie J. Hills Stadler; NanoBio Node; Obaid Sarvana (2013), "[Illinois] Bio-sensing Summer Series 2010: Biomimetic Cilia Sensor Arrays Using Electrochemically Synthesized Magnetic Nanowires," https://nanohub.org/resources/16744.
MNTL 1000, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Urbana, IL