Bio4Apps 2013 Conference Program Program at a Glance

Bio4Apps 2013 Conference Program Program at a Glance Tuesday, October 29, 2013 ... KEY-2F-1 Demonstration Model for Human Activity Monitoring in a Sha...

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Bio4Apps 2013 Conference Program Program at a Glance Tuesday, October 29, 2013 16:30-18:00

Previous Registration (without reception party)

Wednesday, October 30, 2013 08:30-09:30

Registration

09:30-09:40

Opening Ceremony

09:40-10:50 10:50-11:15 11:15-12:45 12:45-14:10

Session-A: Medical-MEMS and Instrumentations Coffee Break & Poster Session-B: Health and Medical Care Lunch (& Poster)

14:10-15:50

Session-C: Bioelectronics and Bioengineering

15:55-17:25

Poster Session & Coffee Break

17:30-18:10

Plenary Lecture

18:30-

Banquet

Thursday, October 31, 2013 08:30-09:00 09:00-10:25 10:25-10:50 10:50-12:35 12:35-13:50 13:50-15:55 15:55-16:10

Registration Session-D: Medical Devices and Applications Coffee Break & Poster Session-E: Biosensors and “Sensing Biology” Lunch (& Poster) Session-F: BioNEMS & MEMS Closing Ceremony ix

Bio4Apps 2013 Conference Agenda – Day 1 Opening Ceremony

(Akio Suzuki Memorial Hall, M&D Tower 2nd Floor) 9:30-9:40 Opening Address General Chair TMDU-IBB Director Speech IBB Director

Prof. Kohji Mitsubayashi, Institute of Biomaterials and Bioengineering (IBB) Tokyo Medical and Dental University (TMDU) Prof. Takao Hanawa, Institute of Biomaterials and Bioengineering (IBB) Tokyo Medical and Dental University (TMDU)

Session-A: Medical-MEMS and Instrumentations 9:40-10:50 (Chair: Prof. Yuji Miyahara and Prof. Yi Chiu) Keynote 9:40-10:05 KEY-1A-1

Prof. Jun Ohta, Nara Institute of Science and Technology, JAPAN Integrated Microphotonic Devices for Biomedical Applications

10:05-10:20 Prof. Hao-Chiao Hong, National Chiao Tung University, TAIWAN O-1A-2 Design of an Ultra-Low Power SAR ADC for Biomedical Applications 10:20-10:35 Dr. Keiichiro Yamanaka, Osaka University, JAPAN O-1A-3 Microfludic RT-PCR Chip and Electrochemical DNA Sensor for on-site Detection of Influenza Virus 10:35-10:50 Ms. Ruzhi Zhang, Tokyo Institute of Technology, JAPAN O-1A-4 Fabrication of Multifunctional Magnetic Gold Nanocapsules for Image-guided Therapy and Drug Delivery

Coffee Break & Poster 10:50-11:15

Session-B: Health and Medical Care 11:15-12:45 (Chair: Prof. Jun Ohta and Prof. Hao-Chiao Hong) Keynote 11:15-11:40 Prof. Jing-Quan Liu, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, CHINA KEY-1B-1 Implantable Microdevices for the Rehabilitation of Paralysis

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11:40-11:55 Prof. Takahiro Ito, Kyushu Institute of Technology, JAPAN O-1B-2 Impulse-driven Capsule for Medical Treatment - Wireless Implementation 11:55-12:10 Dr. Han-Chao Chang, National Applied Research Laboratories, TAIWAN O-1B-3 A Lightweight Fluorescence Diagnostic System for Dermatology Invited Talk 12:10-12:30 Prof. Jin-Chern Chiou, National Chiao Tung University, TAIWAN INV-1B-4 Wearable, Wireless EEG System and its Clinical Applications 12:30-12:45 Dr. Yoshitaka Kitamoto, Tokyo Institute of Technology, JAPAN O-1B-5 Porous Magnetic Capsules for Magnetically-Guided Drug Delivery System

Lunch (& Poster)

(Faculty Lounge, 26th Floor M&D Tower) 12:45-14:10

Session-C: Bioelectronics and Bioengineering 14:10-15:50 (Chair: Prof. Jing-Quan Liu and Dr. Yoshitaka Kitamoto) Invited Talk 14:10-14:30 Prof. Yuji Miyahara, Tokyo Medical and Dental University, JAPAN INV-1C-1 Detection of Biomolecular Recognition using Biotransistors 14:30-14:45 Prof. Jin Xie, Zhejiang University, CHINA O-1C-2 Characterization of Heavily Doped Polysilicon Films for CMOS MEMS Thermoelectric Power Generators 14:45-15:00 Dr. Koji Matsushita, Fuji Electric Co., Ltd., JAPAN O-1C-3 Introduction of MEMS Technology in Fuji Electric for Healthcare Invited Talk 15:00-15:20 Prof. Yi Chiu, National Chiao Tung University, TAIWAN INV-1C-4 Development of Flexible Energy Harvesters for Biomedical Applications 15:20-15:35 Dr. Toshihiko Noda, Nara Institute of Science and Technology, JAPAN O-1C-5 Intelligent Retinal Prosthetic Device Employs Smart Electrode Array Integrated with CMOS Microchips 15:35-15:50 Prof. Kazuyoshi Yano, Tokyo University of Technology, JAPAN O-1C-6 Exploration and Characterization of DNA Aptamers Which Bind to CD4

Poster Session & Coffee Break (Foyer, 2nd Floor M&D Tower) 15:55-17:25

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Plenary Lecture 17:30-18:10 (Chair: Prof. Kohji Mitsubayashi and Prof. Chengkuo Lee) 17:30-18:10 Prof. Koji Suzuki, Keio University, JAPAN Design of Bioimaging Probes Based on Dyes and Ionophores

Banquet

(Faculty Lounge, 26th Floor M&D Tower) 18:30-

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Bio4Apps 2013 Conference Agenda – Day 2 Session-D: Medical Devices and Applications 9:00-10:25 (Chair: Prof. Kazusuke Maenaka and Prof. Chaoyong Yang) Invited Talk 9:00-9:20 Prof. Jin Ming Kong, Nanjing University of Science & Technology, CHINA INV-2D-1 A Carbohydrate Mediated Signal Amplification for Ultrasensitive DNA Detection 9:20-9:35 O-2D-2

Dr. Kosuke Nozaki, Tokyo Medical and Dental University, JAPAN Enhanced Osteoinductivity of Titanium Implant with Controlled Surface Charge

9:35-9:50 O-2D-3

Dr. Chia-Hsien Lin, Chiba University, JAPAN Dual-mode Wearable Antenna for Personal Healthcare System

Invited Talk 9:50-10:10 Prof. Kenji Kawashima, Tokyo Medical and Dental University, JAPAN INV-2D-4 Surgical Robot System with Force Perception 10:10-10:25 Dr. Yoshihiro Sasaki, Kyoto University, JAPAN O-2D-5 Tailor-made Lipid Membrane Engineering: Lipid Nanotube Networks for Nanofluidics

Coffee Break & Poster 10:25-10:50

Session-E: Biosensors and “Sensing Biology” 10:50-12:35 (Chair: Prof. Bin Yang and Prof. Kenji Kawashima) Keynote 10:50-11:15 Prof. Wei-Cheng Tian, National Taiwan University, TAIWAN KEY-2E-1 Analytical Micro & Nano Devices & Systems for Biomedical Applications 11:15-11:30 Dr. Takashi Sakurai, Toyohashi University of Technology, JAPAN O-2E-2 2D Real-Time Analysis of Neurotransmitter Releases by an Ion Image Sensor-based Chemical Microscopy 11:30-11:45 Prof. Izumi Kubo, Soka University, JAPAN O-2E-3 Hot Cell-Direct PCR of Isolated Single Cells on a Microfluidic Device for the Genomic Quantification Invited Talk 11:45-12:05 Prof. Xiaojun Han, Harbin Institute of Technology, CHINA INV-2E-4 Electrochemiluminescence Immunosensors Based on Nanomaterials for HepG2 Cell Detection 12:05-12:20 Dr. Hidefumi Mitsuno, The University of Tokyo, JAPAN O-2E-5 Performance Evaluation of Sf21 Cell Lines Expressing Insect Odorant Receptors as Odorant Sensor Elements xiii

12:20-12:35 Dr. Hiroshi Aoki, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, JAPAN O-2E-6 Electrochemical Label-Free Nucleotide Sensors for RNA Analysis

Lunch (& Poster)

(Faculty Lounge, 26th Floor M&D Tower) 12:35-13:50

Session-F: BioNEMS & MEMS 13:50-15:55 (Chair: Prof. Wei-Cheng Tian and Dr. Hiroshi Aoki) Keynote 13:50-14:15 Prof. Kazusuke Maenaka, University of Hyogo, JAPAN KEY-2F-1 Demonstration Model for Human Activity Monitoring in a Shape of Adhesive Plaster 14:15-14:30 Prof. Bin Yang, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, CHINA O-2F-2 MEMS-based Piezoelectric Energy Harvester Based on Bulk PZT Bonding Technologies 14:30-14:45 Dr. Naoya Takeda, Waseda University, JAPAN O-2F-3 Differentiation of Mesenchymal Stem Cell on Nano Pattern Fabricated on the Mask Material for Electron Beam Lithography Invited Talk 14:45-15:05 Prof. Chaoyong Yang, Xiamen University, CHINA INV-2F-4 Massively Parallel Single-Molecule PCR in Microfluidic Agarose Droplets for Bioanalysis and Biotechnology 15:05-15:20 Mr. Chuan Zhang, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, CHINA O-2F-5 Implantable MEMS Electrode for Creating a Cyborg Fish 15:20-15:35 Dr. Takashi Tokuda, Nara Institute of Science and Technology, JAPAN O-2F-6 CMOS-based Neural Interface Device with Integrated Micro Light Source Array for Optogenetics Invited Talk 15:35-15:55 Prof. Chengkuo Lee, National University of Singapore, SINGAPORE INV-2F-7 Microneedle Array Integrated with Nanofilter for Selective Drug Delivery

Closing Ceremony 15:55-16:10

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Poster Session (Foyer, 2nd Floor M&D Tower) Coffee Break & Poster Lunch & (Poster) Poster Session & Coffee Break Coffee Break & Poster Lunch & (Poster)

10:50-11:15, October 30 12:45-14:10, October 30 15:55-17:25, October 30 10:25-10:50, October 31 12:35-13:50, October 31

BioSensors PS-1 Toshikazu Kawamura, Nara Institute of Science and Technology, JAPAN Development of a CMOS-Based Implantable Glucose Monitoring Device Using Glucose-Sensitive Fluorescent Hydrogel PS-2 Zhen Yang, VIYIA Ltd, JAPAN Microfabrication inside a Clean Bench PS-3 Yoshihiro Kase, Shibaura Institute of Technology, JAPAN An Electron Transfer-Mediated Amperometric Biosensor Based on Plasma-Polymerized Thin Film PS-4 Naoki Nagatani, Okayama University of Science, JAPAN Detection of Amplified DNA Using Gold Nanoparticles Based-Biosensor PS-5 Satoshi Koide, TANITA Co., JAPAN Development of a Micro-Planar Amperometric Glutamate Sensor PS-6 Seiichi Takamatsu, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, JAPAN Development of Weaving System for Fabric Human Position Sensor PS-7 Shuhei Imura, Osaka University, JAPAN Single-Beam Optical Biosensing Based on Horseradish Peroxidase PS-8 Akiteru Kono, Toyohashi University of Technology, JAPAN 2D Real-Time Analysis of Neuronal Function Studied by Novel K+ Imaging System PS-9 Kouta Harisaki, Kyushu University, JAPAN Shearing Force Measurement Device with a Built-In Integrated Micro Displacement Sensor PS-10 Hirofumi Nogami, Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, JAPAN Flexible Temperature Sensor for an Early Diagnosis System of Pneumonia in Calves PS-11 Wilfred Espulgar, Osaka University, JAPAN Microfluidic Chip for Cardiomyocyte Study PS-12 Hiromi Yatsuda, Japan Radio Co. Ltd., JAPAN SH-SAW Biosensors for Home Diagnostics PS-13 Tsubasa Saito, Soka University, JAPAN The Rapid Detection of α-Fetoprotein(AFP) with Use of a Microfluidic Disc for ELISA xv

BioElectronics PE-1 Chien-Hung Chen, Instrument Technology Research Center, TAIWAN Pulse Gate Voltage Using in Nano-Wire FET Applications PE-2 Norimitsu Wakama, Nara Institute of Science and Technology, JAPAN Application Demonstaration of Polarization-Analyzing CMOS Image Sensor for Micro-Chemical Systems PE-3 Miyuki Tabata, Tokyo Medical and Dental University, JAPAN Fabrication and Electrochemical Properties of the Self-assembled Monolayer/AgCl Mixed Surface PE-4 Nobuo Misawa, Toyohashi University of Technology, JAPAN Fabrication of Microelectrodes for Compact Two-electrode Voltage Clamping System PE-5 Chiemi Oka, Tokyo Institute of Technology, JAPAN Preparation of Magnetic and Biodegradable Beads for Drug Carrier PE-6 Yasunori Tada, Gunma University, JAPAN Characteristics of a Stretchable Conductive Ink Wire PE-7 Yau Ka Ho, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, CHINA High-Throughput Detection of Microorganisms Using Capillary Electrophoresis System PE-8 Takashi Kogai, Japan Radio Co. Ltd., JAPAN Surface Acoustic Wave Biosensors for Point-of-Care Testing Applications PE-9 Nanako Yuyama, Kokushikan University, JAPAN Electromagnetic Field Analysis of Body Area Communication Using Electromagnetic Resonance Coupling

BioMedical Devices PM-1 Ying Lin, National Taiwan University, TAIWAN Determining Autonomic Nervous States of Suicidal Patients with Respiratory Sinus PM-2 Yusuke Tsutsumi, Tokyo Medical and Dental University, JAPAN Enhancement in Biocompatibility of Metallic Biomaterials by Micro-Arc Oxidation Treatments PM-3 Makito Haruta, Nara Institute of Science and Technology, JAPAN Development of an Implantable Imaging Device for Observation of Intrinsic Signals in the Brain PM-4 Sho Hosokawa, Tokyo National College of Technology, JAPAN Prototyping of a Blood Sampling Simulator Using Haptic Technology PM-5 Naohiro Horiuchi, Tokyo Medical and Dental University, JAPAN Evaluation of Electric Field on Polarized Hydroxyapatite Using Vibrating Electrode PM-6 Dairoku Muramatsu, The University of Tokyo, JAPAN Evaluation of Homogenous Medium Model for Analyses in Human Body Communication Characteristics xvi

PM-7 Shuhei Takeuchi, Tokyo Medical and Dental University, JAPAN Pharyngeal Manometry with an Optic-Fiber Sensor for Swallowing Analysis PM-8 Yiwei Shu, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, CHINA A Simple Multi-Chamber Sensitive PCR Microchip for Diseases Verification and Genotype Identification PM-9 Takashi Yonekura, Iwate University, JAPAN Relationship between Psychosomatic Stress and Salivary Cortisol in Junior High School Students PM-10 Misaki Kurosu, Kokushikan University, JAPAN Human Body Communication between Wearable and Stationary Devices PM-11 Tsuyoshi Kimura, Tokyo Medical and Dental University, JAPAN Regeneration of cornea by deep lamellar keratoplasty with a graft of decellularized corneal matrix

BioNEMS & BioMEMS PNM-1 Songsong Zhang, National University of Singapore, SINGAPORE Piezoresistive Silicon Nanowires Based NEMS Pressure Sensors for Potential Biomedical Applications PNM-2 Huicong Liu, National University of Singapore, SINGAPORE Vibration-Based Electromagnetic MEMS Energy Harvester with Multiple Operation Frequencies PNM-3 Hitomi Oku, Waseda University, JAPAN Controllable Three-Dimensional Sheath Flow Microfluidic Device Focusing and Embedding Cells in Center of Double Layered Hydrogel Fiber for Tissue Engineering Applications PNM-4 Hironari Takehara, Nara Institute of Science and Technology, JAPAN A CMOS Image Sensor Having Stacked Photodiodes for Fluorescencet Observation of Digital Enzyme-linked Immunosorbent Assay (ELISA) PNM-5 Chenyang Jiang, The University of Tokyo, JAPAN Development of Shape-Memory Polymer Microvalve and Its Evaluation Using Fluorescence Spectroscopy PNM-6 Takaaki Fujisawa, Kokushikan University, JAPAN Input Impedance Characteristics of Horseshoe-Shaped Electrode for Intra-Body Communication PNM-7 Naoki Shozen, Soka University, JAPAN Analysis of Gene Expression Using a Microfluidic Disc for Single Cell Isolation PNM-8 Nami Hanamura, The University of Tokyo, JAPAN Characterization of Individual Exosomes Using On-Chip Microcapillary Electrophoresis PNM-9 Cheng-Kun He, National Chung Hsing University, TAIWAN Dual-well Microdevice for Single Cell Trapping and Culture PNM-10 Yuichiro Kiriyama, Osaka University, JAPAN Research of PCR System for Application in POCT Device PNM-11 Kei Nishihara, Kyushu University, JAPAN MEMS blood flow meter for chicken and daily fluctuation of the blood flow xvii

PNM-12 Yi-Hsing Hsiao, National Tsing Hua University, TAIWAN Microfluidic chip manipulation of neural cells in neurospheres

Sensing Biology PSB-1 Ming Ye, Tokyo Medical and Dental University, JAPAN NADH-Fluorometric Biochemical Gas Sensor (Bio-Sniffer) for Sub-ppb Monitoring of Formaldehyde Vapor PSB-2 Po Jen Chien, Tokyo Medical and Dental University, JAPAN D-Lactate Biosensor Based on Optical Detection of NADH by UV-LED Excitation PSB-3 Rei Sato, Tokyo Medical and Dental University, JAPAN Improvement of a Chemo-Mechanical Reaction Unit “Organic Engine” in Autonomous Drug Release System for Blood Sugar Control in Diabetes PSB-4 Yusuke Kuroki, Tokyo Medical and Dental University, JAPAN A Contact-Lens Type Glucose Sensor for Non-Invasive Monitoring on the Eye Site PSB-5 Toshiyuki Sato, Tokyo Medical and Dental University, JAPAN A Spatio and Temporal Gaseous Ethanol Imaging System for Real Time Analysis of Alcohol Metabolism PSB-6 Yurika Suzuki, Tokyo Medical and Dental University, JAPAN Fiber-Optic Chemifluorescent Immunoassay System for On-Site Monitoring of Airborne Mite Allergen Der f1 PSB-7 Hiroyuki Takagi, Tokyo Medical and Dental University, JAPAN Biochemical Motor with Active Transportation using Hydrogen Peroxide PSB-8 Daisuke Miki, Tokyo Medical and Dental University, JAPAN Fiber-optic Fluoroimmunoassay System for On-Site Determination of Der f1 in Residential Environment PSB-9 Hidehisa Mori, Tokyo Medical and Dental University, JAPAN Fiber Optical Biosensor for Monitoring of Ethanol Vapor Using Enzymatic Reaction PSB-10 Kengo Funahashi, Tokyo Medical and Dental University, JAPAN Fiber-Optic Biosensor for Phenylketonuria Diagnosis with UV-LED

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