Program - EnFi 2018

EnFI 2018
11th International Workshop on Engineering of Functional Interfaces
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General Program

All presentations will take place in the Auditorium Maximum and poster sessions will take place in the Seminar Roams 1 & 2 of the LEUCOREA, Collegienstrasse 62, 06886 Lutherstadt Wittenberg, Germany.
Sunday, July 01, 2018
15:00 – 16:30 Registration & coffee
16:30 – 16:45 Opening addresses
16:45 – 17:35 Feature lecture
17:35 – 19:00 Registration & Get together
19:00 – 20:00 Evening lecture
Monday, July 02, 2018
08:00 – 08:30 Registration
08:30 – 09:00 Keynote lecture I
09:00 – 10:00 Poster flash market I
10:00 – 11:00 Poster session I
11:00 – 11:30 Coffee break
11:30 – 12:00 Keynote lecture II
12:00 – 13:00 Poster flash market II
13:00 – 14:00 Lunch break
14:00 – 15:00 Poster session II
15:00 – 15:30 Coffee break & conference photo
15:30 – 16:00 Keynote lecture III
16:00 – 17:00 Poster flash market III
17:00 – 18:00 Poster session III
19:00 Conference dinner @ Refectory of the Luther House
Tuesday, July 03, 2018
8:30 – 9:00 Keynote lecture IV
9:00 – 10:30 Poster flash market IV
10:30 – 11:00 Coffee break
11:00 – 12:30 Poster session IV
12:30 – 13:30 Poster awards & concluding remarks
13:30 – 14:00 Lunch boxes
14:00 Departure
Scientific Program

Sunday, July 01, 2018
15:00 – 16:30 Registration & coffee
16:30 – 16:45 Opening addresses (Michael Mertig & Fred Lisdat) M. Mertig
16:45 – 17:35 Heiko Wolf: Programmable assembly of hybrid colloidal microswimmers (Feature lecture, invited) M. Mertig
17:35 – 19:00 Registration & Get together
19:00 – 20:00 Markus Engstler: A perfectly engineered functional interface – how the deadly African trypanosomes fool our immune response (Evening lecture, invited) S. Howorka
Monday, July 02, 2018
8:00 – 8:30 Registration
8:30 – 9:00 Takayuki Homma: Electrochemical micro/nano fabrication processes: Process development and mechanistic understanding (Keynote lecture I, invited) A. Hassel
9:00 – 10:00 Posters 1-18: Poster flash market I M. Schöning
10:00 – 11:00 Posters 1-18: Poster session I M. Schöning
11:00 – 11:30 Coffee break
11:30 – 12:00 Oliver Strube: Enzyme mediated autodeposition (Keynote lecture II, invited) F. Lisdat
12:00 – 13:00 Poster 19-36: Poster flash market II M. Keusgen
13:00 – 14:00 Lunch break
14:00 – 15:00 Poster 19-36: Poster session II M. Keusgen
15:00 – 15:30 Coffee break & conference photo
15:30 – 16:00 Stefan Howorka: Engineering functional DNA nanostructures at semifluid membrane interfaces (Keynote lecture III, invited) T. Doll
16:00 – 17:00 Poster 37-55: Poster flash market III T. Wagner
17:00 – 18:00 Poster 37-55: Poster session III T. Wagner
19:00 Conference dinner @ Refectory of the Luther House
Tuesday, July 03, 2018
8:30 – 9:00 Guillermo Acuna: Optical antennas for the development of smartphone based point of care devices with single molecule sensitivity (Keynote lecture IV, invited) P. Wagner
9:00 – 10:30 Poster 56-77: Poster flash market IV S. Ingebrandt
10:30 – 11:00 Coffee break
11:00 – 12:30 Poster 56-77: Poster session IV S. Ingebrandt
12:30 – 13:30 Poster awards & concluding remarks (Michael Mertig, Patrick Wagner & Theo Doll) H. Wolf
13:30 – 14:00 Lunch boxes
14:00 Departure
Poster session I
P1 Huber S. Structural and electrical effects of metal doping on ZnO thin films
P2 Saqib M. Effect of Titanium-Oxide-Nitride (TiOxNy) coatings on corrosion behavior of stainless steel stents
P3 Nishimoto M. Effects of valve metals on passive films of Fe-15Cr stainless steels
P4 Kia A. M. Development of titanium oxide conformal thin film by atomic layer deposition
P5 Vu X. T. Fabrication and characterization of nanoscale devices for in situ TEM studies of switching dynamics in phase-change materials
P6 Zessin Ja. Sequential p-type doping of organic field-effect transistors by fluorinated self-assembled mononolayers
P7 Henriksson A. Click coupling reactions on flat and nanostructured oxide free silicon surfaces
P8 Basak I. Inkjet printing of stretchable conductor for 3D applications
P9 Jakimovski F. 3D-Printing of Medical Silicone Rubber with Conductive Ink Contacting Electronic Grains
P10 Liang Y. High performance flexible organic electrochemical transistors for monitoring cardiac action potential
P11 Ruchets A. Selectivity improvement of zirconia sensors by dynamic methods
P12 Sood P. Characterization of Solid-Electrolyte Coulometric (FES) detector for in-situ trace hydrogen gas sensing
P13 Vahidpour F. Flexible calorimetric gas sensors detect broad concentration range of gaseous hydrogen peroxide - towards online monitoring of food-package sterilization processes
P14 Heymann A. Electroanalytical determination of hydrogen peroxide in pharmaceutical environments with Prussian blue
P15 Jildeh Z. B. Design of a package sterilization process for aseptic filling machines: A numerical approach for surface treatment with hydrogen peroxide
P16 Oberländer J. Calorimetric gas sensors to monitor the sterilization process of aseptic food packages
P17 Wang M. A gas-sensitive SPIM sensor for detection of ethanol using SnO2 as sensing element
P18 Herms A. Detection of ultra-small amounts of exchanged oxygen by oxygen solid electrolyte coulometry
Poster session II
P19 Göbel G. Electrochemical activity determination of the human catecholamine-O-methyl transferase (COMT)
P20 Pilas J. Evaluation of the storage stability of an enzyme-based biosensor system for multi-analyte detection
P21 Yuan X. Engineering Bioelectronic Interfaces via Organic Self-Assembled Monolayers
P22 Khorshid M. Surprisingly strong thermal insulation effect of self-assembling thiol monolayers
P23 Pütz F. Productive biofilms: resistance of adsorbed bacteria against shear forces
P24 Yongabi D. Ionic strength and temperature modulation of cell adhesion and detachment - A real-time study
P25 Mardare C. C. Self-acidification and antibacterial properties in molybdenum-containing compounds
P26 Schmidt C. Fluorescence-encoded PMMA Nanobeads for Bacterial Multiplex Agglutination Assays
P27 Oudebrouckx G. Improved Heat-Transfer Method based cell detection using Surface Imprinted Polymers by removing thermal barriers
P28 Cornelis P. Optimizing the Heat Transfer Method: Lowering the detection limits
P29 Dantism S. Monitoring of cellular metabolism of Corynebacterium glutamicum utilizing a light-addressable potentiometric sensor system
P30 Bronder T. S. Concept of a combined field-effect/redox-current EMOS sensing platform for detection of DNA
P31 Tuteja S. K. Amine functionalized MoS2 nanosheets based biointerface for label-free immunosensing of prostate cancer
P32 Kuaguim L. Qualitative and quantitative investigation of the interaction of the immunodominant transmembrane protein from ‘Candidatus Phytoplasma mali’ with host actin by Scanning Force Microscopy
P33 Ehnert S. Adsorption of carbohydrates and proteins on dental materials
P34 Rüger F. An analytical tooth model based on SPR chips coated with hydroxyapatite used for investigation of the aquired dental pellicle
P35 Fischer A. Feedback Control of Active Microswimmers
P36 Bastos-Arrieta J. Characterization of bacterial surface charge by means of electrophoretic mobility
Poster session III
P37 Heerwig A. Synthesis and characterization of DNA origami ring-structures
P38 Geithe C. A multiplex diffusion driven microchamber assay for the detection of microRNAs by antibodies
P39 Heidt B. Heat-transfer based detection of fungal-spores using a newly developed microfluidic flow cell
P40 Bormans S. Monitoring thermal changes during cell growth in a microfluidic setup
P41 Li Y. Integration of an Autosampler and a micro-fluidic setup for real-time impedimetric biosensing
P42 Lowdon J. W. Enantioselective MIPs for the Analysis of Racemic Amphetamine Eluted by Silver Nanoporous Matrices
P43 Drzazgowska J. Self-assembled monolayer bridges for epitope imprinting using uniquely modified peptides
P44 Vreys F. Electrochemical sensor platform for MIP incorporated microfluidic paper-based analytical devices
P45 Ravandi S. Customized 2D structures for high throughput
P46 Heerwig A. Electrically induced cleaning of DNA origami structures
P47 Breuer L. Hydrogel-based valve for light-driven flow control within lab-on-a-chip systems
P48 Welden R. Evaluation of the spatial resolution of a light-addressable electrode based on TiO2 for the integration in lab-on-a-chip systems
P49 Zessin Jo. A conducting polythiophene for bioelectronics
P50 Horn C. Synthesis and characterization of a regioregular semifluorinated polythiophene
P51 Göbel G. Polythiophene preparation from aqueous solution – an interface for enzyme immobilisation and electrode contact
P52 Werner C. F. Characterization of biodegradable polymers with scanning photoinduced impedance microscopy
P53 Munief W. M. Rapid thermal reduction of highly uniform graphene oxide thin-films for improved electrical characteristics
P54 Pachauri V. System integration of chemically produced graphene-based materials
P55 Hassel A. W. Maximum phase angle calculation in Randles type equivalent circuits and its link to the constant phase element – capacitor relationship
Poster session IV
P56 Probst P. T. Large-scale plasmonic arrays via capillarity-assisted colloidal self assembly
P57 Rüger F. Gold BSA-sandwiches for enhanced SPR sensing
P58 Jung J. A novel detection method for metal ions in water by means of biomolecule-functionalized gold surfaces
P59 Kroener F. Electrical Actuation of a DNA Origami Nanolever on an Electrode
P60 Arreola J. Effect of oxidative environment on functionalized spore-based biosensors
P61 Sachs I. Enhancing OLED‘s out coupling efficiency
P62 Krivcov A. Preparation and Analysis of in a Polymer Matrix Embedded Superparamagnetic Nanoparticles
P63 Molinnus D. Development and characterization of a field-effect biosensor for the detection of acetoin during fermentation processes
P64 Kazmierczak M. Self-assembly of a-lipoic acid on Ge(001) for THz biosensing
P65 Özsoylu D. Cryopreservation of cells on electrolyte insulator semiconductor (EIS)-based sensors
P66 Lemmens M. Characterisation of an electrical impedance tomography sensor for imaging cells in culture
P67 Stilman W. Development of a thermal biomimetic sensor for the label-free detection of bacteria
P68 Jablonski M. Tobacco mosaic virus nanotubes as enzyme carriers for field-effect-based biosensors
P69 Brings F. Modular 16-channel read-out system for bioelectronic and biomolecular sensor platforms
P70 Bier J. System development for a new fluorescence analytic method
P71 Rogosic R. Point-of-care drug screening in biological samples
P72 Wiedemann S. Application and testing of a backside-illuminated CMOS image sensor in an epiretinal implant
P73 Jakimovski F. 3D-Printing of Flexible Polymer-based Conductor Paths for Neural Implants
P74 Wackers G. A medical catheter for gastro-intestinal histamine detection
P75 Marcoleta J. P. Medical implants with low power consumption and fast multiplexing system
P76 Jose M. Printed Wearable Bioimpedance Sensors on Stretchable Fabric for Impedance Tomography
P77 Schönfisch D. New Type of Thermal Moisture Sensor for in-Textile Measurement
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