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Meeting 2024 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
Hannes C. Schniepp, William & Mary
Po-Yu Chen, National Tsing Hua University
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 bionano 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 bionano solid self-assembled structures and organizations towards functional materials, systems and devices.

The symposium will encompass the following themes, but are not limited to:
• Fundamentals on Bionano interfaces;
• Surface phenomena: Dynamic interfacial interactions;
• Abiotic and biotic interfaces;
• Biomolecular recognition of solids;
• Supramolecular self assembled systems;
• Modelling the interactions at the bionano interfaces;
• Multiscale mechanobiology and Biomechanics;
• Nanoscale assembly rules and design criteria;
• New trends in surface characterization, in situ and ex situ
• Predictive modelling and machine learning on biodesign and bioevaluations;
• Biointerfaces and applications for sensing, electronics and photonics devices
• Protein corona effect on nanomaterials surfaces; Modulating toxicology
• Implementations in regenerative and restorative medicine

Abstracts Due 07/15/2023
Proceedings Plan Planned:

A Nanoscale Perspective on Charge Carrier Transport in Melanin Biopigments for Sustainable Electronics
A Neoteric Antibacterial Silver-Ceria Nanozyme for Abiotic Surfaces
Aerosol Jet Printing MXenes: On-demand Manufacturing of Wearable Electronics
Architected Interfaces in Biological Systems that Mitigate Failure
Continuous Flow Process of Surface-engineered, pH-responsive CeO2 Nanozymes With Tumour-killing Potency
Durability Performance of Enzymatic Self-healing Concrete
Durable Enzymatic Construction Materials (ECM-σ)
Effect of Ice Nucleation Proteins on the Structure-property Relationships of Ice: A Combined Simulation and Experimental Approach
Enamel Formation: Bioinspired Interfacial Design
Exploring the 3-Dimensional Structure and Composition of Dental Enamel at the Nanoscale
H-10: Cooperative Surface Self-assembly Kinetics of Metal Binding Peptides by Spectral Rate Distribution
H-11: Low-cost Customizable 3D Printed Biohybrid Scaffolds
H-12: Machine Learning-guided Identification of Antimicrobial Peptides Targeting Oral Health
H-13: Multi-functional Peptide-polymer Hybrids for Dental Tissue Repair
H-14: siRNA and Cerium Oxide Delivery With Ultrasound-sensitive Nanobubbles for Bone Disease Treatment
H-15: The Nanoscale Interface and Structure Function Properties of Cortical Bone
H-7: Broad Spectrum, Potent and Durable Ceria Nanoparticles Inactivate RNA Virus Infectivity by Targeting Virion Surfaces and Disrupting Virus-receptor Interactions
H-8: Carbon Negative Deeply Structured Hierarchical Ceramics Derived From Biogenic Silica
H-9: Collagen Platform Exploring Antimicrobial Peptide-polymer Hybrids
Inkjet-printed Nanopatterned Aptasensors for Lateral Flow Detection of Foodborne Pathogens
Interpenetrating Polymer Network as Interface Material in Bioinspired Composites
Matrix Assisted Pulsed Laser Evaporation for Layer-by-Layer Processing of Thin Films for Biomedical Applications
Measuring and Calibrating Interfacial Forces at Hard and Soft Interfaces via Force Spectroscopy for Quantitative Materials Description
Mechanically and Biologically Tunable Biomaterials
Molecular Insights Into Mineral Nanoparticle Interactions With Proteins
Nanomechanical Mapping in Bone
Quantifying Surface Topographies on Antimicrobial Copper
Rapid Prototyping of Additively Manufactured Cell Culture Chambers With Integrated Nano-biosensors
Surface Modified Nanomaterials for Viral Interactions
Tailoring the Micro- and Nanostructure of Freeze-cast Scaffolds for Biomaterials
The Difference of Trabecular and Cortical Bone Material Properties at the Proximal Hip May Influence Bone Fragility
Towards Effective Therapies for Bone Metastasis of Breast Cancer Using Novel Phenolic Compounds

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