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Meeting 2019 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Bio-Nano Interfaces and Engineering Applications
Sponsorship TMS Functional Materials Division
TMS Structural Materials Division
TMS: Biomaterials Committee
Organizer(s) Candan Tamerler, University of Kansas
Kalpana S. Katti, North Dakota State University
Po-Yu Chen, National Tsing Hua University
Hendrik Heinz, University of Colorado Boulder
Terry C. Lowe, Colorado School of Mines
Scope The symposium focuses on fundamental understanding of biological and biomimetic-solid interfaces as well as their implementation into engineering applications. Interfacing biological molecules predictably with solid materials at the nanoscale is the key for hybrid materials design leading to innovative functional properties. Exploiting such properties towards developing functional materials and devices depends on a better understanding and control of the interfacial interactions at the atomic to nanoscale.

This symposium will address the synthesis, modelling and design principles of the bio-nano interfaces and their implementation into practical medical and technical applications such as tissue engineering, catalysis, sensors, electronics, and photonics. While the solids may include metals, ceramics, semiconductors, polymers, and their composites, the biopolymers include proteins, peptides, DNA, RNA, polysaccharides, glycans, lipids and membranes as well as cells and viruses.

A special emphasis will be given to the assembly processes at solid-liquid interfaces that lead to specific surface phenomena and designed bio-nano-solid self-assembled structures and organizations towards functional materials and devices.

The symposium will encompass the following themes, but are not limited to:

Fundamentals on BioNano interfaces;
- Surface phenomena: Dynamic interfacial interactions;
- Biomolecular recognition of solids;
- New trends in surface characterization, in situ and ex situ;
- Modelling the interactions at the bio-nano interfaces;
-Mutliscale mechanobiology and Biomechanics;
-Nanoscale assembly rules and design criteria;
- Applications to electronics and photonics devices;
- Implementations in regenerative and restorative medicine

Topics of interest for focused sessions include but not limited to:

Session 1: Foundation of Bio-nano Interfaces
Session 2: Surface Phenomena and Modelling of the bio-nano-assembly formation
Session 3: MultiScale Mechanobiology at the Interfaces and Biomechanics
Session 4: Characterization of Biointerfaces and Surfaces
Session 5: Implementation in regenerative and restorative materials
Session 6: Applications on the basis of such technologies
Session 7: Micro/Nano Device Application Building upon Bio-Nano Interfacial Interactions

Abstracts Due 07/16/2018
Proceedings Plan Planned: Supplemental Proceedings volume

A Biologically Inspired Attachable, Self-standing Nanofibrous Membrane for Versatile Use in Oil-water Separation or Antifouling
A Decade of Research on Manufacturing at the Nano-bio Interface
A Portable Device for Point-of-need Production of Compartmentalised Micro/nanofibres for In Situ Drug Delivery
Adhesion of Neuron-like Cells on Single-layer MoS2 towards Electrical Detection of Cell Activity
Atomic Scale Chemical Imaging of Interfaces and Interphases in Tooth Biominerals
Atomically Precise Manufacturing
Atomistic Simulations of Long Time-scale Phenomena at Bio-hybrid Interfaces
B-15: The Optimization of the Process Parameters of Direct Energy Deposition (DED) 3D Printing in the Manufacture of CoCr-Ti Interface with Ti Porous Layer for Cementless Implants
Binding Mechanisms of All 20 Natural Amino Acids to (hkl) Facets of Hydroxyapatite as a Function of pH
Bio Nano Data Convergence: Establishment of a Biomaterials Ontology
Bioelectronics Interface by Self-assembled Peptides on Two-dimensional Materials
Biomimetic Wrinkle Graphene Surfaces with Switchable Adhesion
Collagen-mineral Interactions Impact Macroscale Properties of Fibril in Bone
Controlling the Ionic Environment of Extracellular Fluid
Creating Functional Bionanomaterials By Influencing Biotic-abiotic Interactions
Engineered Enzyme/Gold Biomaterial Interface Offers Improved Catalytic Stability
Engineered Peptide Coupled Polymer Composites for Antimicrobial Adhesive-dentin Interface
Generation of Nanoparticle-embedded Honeycomb like Porous Scaffolds via a Microfluidic T-junction
Interdisciplinary Strategies for Engineering at Nanoscale
Long Range Hierarchical Assembly of Pt Nanocubes – Insights from Measurements and Molecular Simulations of Nanoparticle Docking
Mechanics of Collagen Fibril-CNT Composites
Molecular Biomimetics: Engineered-peptide Guided Technology and Medicine
Nanoclusters with T1 MRI Enhancement for Imaging-guided Drug Delivery
Nanostructured Diamond for Medical Device Applications
Optimum Geometries in Biological and Bio-inspired Sutured Interfaces
Peptide Adsorption on Hydroxyapatite Surfaces and Implications on Shape and Mineralization: Impact of Sequence and Electrolyte pH
Phase-change Materials for Controlled Release and Related Biomedical Applications
Polarized Raman Spectroscopy of Self-assembled Peptides for Characterization of Molecular Conformations
Predicting Spatial Organization of Amino Acids and Peptides on Graphene Surfaces
Predictive Modeling of Bionanomaterials from Picometers to Micrometers
Self-assembling Peptides: Guiding Functional Precision at the Hybrid Interfaces
Spider Silk — A Hierarchical High-performance Material Based on Self-Assembly Starting at the Molecular Level
Structure / Property Relationships in Biomaterials at the Nanoscale
The Impact of Structural Factors and Solvent Effects on Macromolecular Self-assembly at Interfaces
The Interaction of Gold Nanoparticles with Biomolecules: Insights from Atomistic and Multiscale Simulations
Transparent Titanium Dioxide Nanotubes: Processing, Characterization, and Application in Establishing Cellular Response Mechanisms
Unveiling the Ultrastructural and Mechanistic Aspects of Zebrafish Fin Regeneration by the PeakForce Quantitative Nanomechanical Mapping Technique

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