Workshop Information and Highlights:

Label-free electrical detection of biological molecules has been a long-standing goal in medical and environmental diagnostics. Nanostructures and Nanostructured semi-conducting materials have the potential to make a breakthrough in the field. Some issues remain concerning the sensitivity, specificity, reliability of the detection as well as the robustness and integration of the sensors in the existing CMOS technology. This workshop will bring together the main players at the international level to communicate and discuss the latest advances and issues of manufacturing such nano-sensors.

The focus will be on the development of semiconducting transducer materials exhibiting different architectures – nanoparticles (0D), nanowires (1D) and thin nanostructures (2D) – for the electrical detection of biological molecules of various origins. Aspects related to their integration and functionalization will be addressed.

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Deadline Abstract submission: Sept.15, 2018.