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Micro Total Analysis Systems ’98

Proceedings of the uTAS ’98 Workshop, held in Banff, Canada, 13–16 October 1998

  • D. Jed Harrison
  • Albert van den Berg

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xvi
  2. Day 1

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 1-1
    2. Microsystems for generic analysis

      1. Richard A. Mathies, Peter C. Simpson, Adam T. Woolley
        Pages 1-6
      2. Martin U. Kopp, Marco B. Luechinger, Andreas Manz
        Pages 7-10
      3. Rolfe C. Anderson, Gregory J. Bogdan, Alex Puski, Xing Su
        Pages 11-16
    3. Themes in μ-TAS today

      1. Philippe Renaud, Harald van Lintel, Marc Heuschkel, Louis Guérin
        Pages 17-22
    4. Interconnections and sample interfaces

      1. N. J. Mourlas, D. Jaeggi, A. F. Flannery, B. L. Gray, B. P. van Drieënhuizen, C. W. Storment et al.
        Pages 27-30
      2. Sebastian Böhm, Wouter Olthuis, Piet Bergveld
        Pages 31-34
      3. F. Foret, H. Liu, B. Zhang, C. Felten, B. L. Karger
        Pages 35-38
    5. Fluid mobilization and control

      1. Pieter Telleman, Ulrik Darling Larsen, John Philip, Gert Blankenstein, Anders Wolff
        Pages 39-44
      2. Sterling E. McBride, Richard M. Moroney, William Chiang
        Pages 45-48
      3. Phillip H. Paul, Don W. Arnold, David J. Rakestraw
        Pages 49-52
      4. G. Boer, A. Dodge, K. Fluri, B. H. van der Schoot, E. Verpoorte, N. F. de Rooij
        Pages 53-56
    6. Poster session I

      1. H. P. Lang, F. M. Battiston, M. K. Baller, R. Berger, J.-P. Ramseyer, P. Fornaro et al.
        Pages 57-60
      2. J. Schumacher, M. Ranft, T. Wilhelm, R. Dahint, M. Grunze
        Pages 61-64
      3. John W. Silzel, Charles Dodson, Robert J. Obremski, Tsong Tsay
        Pages 65-68
      4. Hossein Salimi-Moosavi, Rod Szarka, Per Andersson, Richard Smith, D. Jed Harrison
        Pages 69-72
      5. Eric Altendorf, Diane Zebert, Mark Holl, Anthony Vannelli, Caicai Wu, Thomas Schulte
        Pages 73-76
      6. Anders Wolff, Ulrik D. Larsen, Gert Blankenstein, John Philip, Pieter Telleman
        Pages 77-80
      7. Bernhard H. Weigl, Jennah Kriebel, Kelly Mayes, Paul Yager, Cai Cai Wu, Mark Holl et al.
        Pages 81-84
      8. M. Tracey, I. Johnston, R. Greenaway, J. Davis, N. Sutton, G. Schulze et al.
        Pages 89-92
      9. Osamu Niwa, Ryoji Kurita, Tsutomu Horiuchi, Keiichi Torimitsu
        Pages 93-96
      10. Nicholas J. Goddard, Kirat Singh, Fatah Bounaira, Richard J. Holmes, Sara J. Baldock, Lynsay W. Pickering et al.
        Pages 97-100
      11. L. W. Pickering, S. J. Baldock, P. R. Fielden, N. J. Goddard, R. D. Snook, B. J. Treves Brown
        Pages 101-104
      12. Robert B. Darling, Paul Yager, Bernhard Weigl, Jennah Kriebel, Kelly Mayes
        Pages 105-108
      13. Karen A. Reshni, Michael D. Morris, Brian N. Johnson, Mark A. Burns
        Pages 109-112
      14. Steven W. Suljak, Lynn A. Thompson, Andrew G. Ewing
        Pages 113-116
      15. J.-H. Fabian, R. Berger, H. P. Lang, Ch. Gerber, J. K. Gimzewski, J. Gobrecht et al.
        Pages 117-120
      16. Jan Hendrikse, Gijs F. Dirks, Wouter Olthuis, Piet Bergveld
        Pages 121-124
      17. W. Olthuis, S. Böhm, C. Neagu, P. Bergveld
        Pages 125-128
      18. Johan Drott, Martin Bengtsson, Lars Rosengren, Thomas Laurell
        Pages 129-132
      19. R. W. Tjerkstra, J. G. E. Gardeniers, M. C. Elwenspoek, A. van den Berg
        Pages 133-136
      20. R. E. Oosterbroek, J. W. Berenschot, S. Schlautmann, T. S. J Lammerink, A. van den Berg, M. C. Elwenspoek
        Pages 137-140
      21. Nicolas H. Bings, Cameron D. Skinner, Can Wang, Christa L. Colyer, D. Jed Harrison, Jianjun Li et al.
        Pages 141-144
      22. Sergey V. Ermakov, Stephen C. Jacobson, J. Michael Ramsey
        Pages 149-152
      23. Shu-Hui Chen, Yu-Cheng Lin, Yu-Hung Chen, Hsin-Sheng Liao, Ching-Yi Wu, Shin-Hwan Wang
        Pages 153-156
      24. Siew Bang Cheng, Cameron D. Skinner, D. Jed Harrison
        Pages 157-160
      25. Christopher T. Culbertson, Stephen C. Jacobson, J. Michael Ramsey
        Pages 161-164
      26. Loranelle L. Shultz-Lockyear, Christa L. Colyer, Kimberly I. Roy, D. Jed Harrison
        Pages 169-172
      27. Teruo Fujii, Kazuo Hosokawa, Shuichi Shoji, Akira Yotsumoto, Takahiko Nojima, Isao Endo
        Pages 173-176
      28. Zhen Yang, Hiroshi Goto, Mikio Matsumoto, Tsuneji Yada
        Pages 177-180
      29. Joel Voldman, Martha L. Gray, Martin A. Schmidt
        Pages 181-184
      30. A. Yotsumoto, R. Nakamura, S. Shoji, T. Wada
        Pages 185-188
      31. Paul Galambos, Fred K. Forster
        Pages 189-192
  3. Day 2

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 193-193
    2. Cells on chips

      1. Olgica Bakajin, R. Carlson, C. F. Chou, S. S. Chan, C. Gabel, James Knight et al.
        Pages 193-198

About these proceedings

Introduction

Micro-TAS '98 is the third of a series of symposia initiated by MBSA (University of Twente) in 1994, on the subject of miniaturizing, and integrating within a monolithic structure, the chemical, biochemical and biological procedures commonly used for analysis and synthesis. The primary tool used to develop micro-total analysis systems (mu- TAS) has been micro-photolithographic patterning and micromachining. These powerful tools of Micro System Technology (MST or MEMS) have been applied in highly imaginative ways to develop microchip chemical arrays, fully integrated pump and fluid manifolds, and electrokinetically driven micro-channel systems to be used for genetic analysis, clinical diagnostics and environmental monitoring, and to integrate reactions as diverse as the polymerase chain reaction (PCR) and the large volume, partial oxidation of ammonia. This text illustrates the rapid expansion of the field, the extensive industrial involvement, the increasing number of participating researchers, the expanding range of concepts and applications that utilize MST and microfluidic devices, and new MST-compatible plastic micro-machining to meet the needs of the life science community.
This volume contains the proceedings of the Third International Symposium on Micro-Total Analysis Systems, mu-TAS '98, held on October 13-16 in Banff, Alberta, Canada. State-of-the-art invited and contributed papers presented by the world's leading mu- TAS research groups provide a highly informative picture of the growth since 1994 and of the promising future of this exciting and rapidly growing field.

Keywords

DNA Oxidation environment microelectromechanical system (MEMS) optics science

Editors and affiliations

  • D. Jed Harrison
    • 1
  • Albert van den Berg
    • 2
  1. 1.Department of ChemistryUniversity of AlbertaEdmontonCanada
  2. 2.MESA Research InstituteUniversity of TwenteEnschedeThe Netherlands

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-94-011-5286-0
  • Copyright Information Springer Science+Business Media Dordrecht 1998
  • Publisher Name Springer, Dordrecht
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-94-010-6225-1
  • Online ISBN 978-94-011-5286-0
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