The dimensions for the poster are 40"H x 60"L. You will be able to set up your poster during the morning break, lunch, or the afternoon break on Nov. 4, and should have it set up before the poster session starts at 5:30.

POSTERS (Monday, Nov. 4, 5:30-7:30 pm)
  Title Presenter Institution Co-Author Co-Author
1 Evaluation of Nanosilver Toxicity to Soil Denitrification Process Through The Chemical Reactivity Allison Rick VandeVoort  Georgia College & State Univ Yuji Arai  
2 Changes in Spatial Distribution of Nanosilver and Its Reactivity in Soils Allison Rick VandeVoort  Georgia College & State Univ Yuji Arai  
3 Sustainable Nanotechnology: A balance role of science and engineering education Uday Trivedi Govt Polytechnic, Himmatnagar    
4 Collaborating with Science Buddies: Bringing UC-CEIN Research to Middle- and High-School Students Christine Truong UC CEIN Catherine Nameth Hilary Godwin
5 Preparation and application of functionalized cellulose acetate/silica composite nano fi brous membrane via electrospinning for Cr(VI) ion removal from aqueous solution Ahmed Taha Tongji Univ, Shanghai Yi-na Wu Fengting Li
6 Scaling Up and Mangaging Removal Selectivities for Drinking Water Contaminants Heather Stancl Arizona State Univ Ting Yang Paul Westerhoff
7 Development of nano-composite conductive ultrafiltration (UF) membranes for water purification Melissa Nielsen Concordia Univ Farah Rahman Omi M. Saifur Rahaman
8 Protein population adsorbed to silver nanoparticles varies with particle size, surface properties, and reaction environment Erick R. Castellanos Santa Clara Univ Alyssa M. Lampe Meagan Y. Nakamoto
9  Engineered nanomaterial uptake and effects on photosynthesis in a California wildflower Jon Conway UC, Santa Barbara Susan Mazer Arturo Keller
10 Influence of surface conductivity and primary particles size in the aggregation kinetics of TiO2 nanoparticles Izzeddine Sameut Bouhaik BRGM, Off  geol  & mineral res    
11 Toxicity assessment of cerium oxide nanoparticles in cilantro (Coriandrum sativum) plants grown in organic soil Ana C. Barrios Univ of Texas at El Paso Maria I. Morales Cyren M. Rico
12 Disinfection By-Product Formation Catalyzed by Nanoparticles in Wastewater Effluents Jacob Metch Virginia Tech Yanjun Ma Amy Pruden
13 Differentiating between cell membrane adsorbed and cell internalized nanoparticles for improved understanding of nanoparticle fate:  efficacy and unintended effects of I2/KI etching and acid stripping Allen L. Chen Rice Univ Meredith Jackson Adam Li, Rebekah Drezek
14 X-ray and electron microscopic studies of bioaccumulation, biodistribution and biomodification of iron oxide nanoparticles in a freshwater invertebrate Dongwook Kwon Hanyang Univ Hyun Woo Nho Tae Hyun Yoon
15 TiO2 Removal via Conventional Water Treatment:  Role of nanoparticle coating, natural organic matter, and source water Ryan J. Honda Univ of California, Riverside Valerie Keene Sharon L. Walker
16 Improved detection of nanomaterials by single particle ICP-MS and fate evaluation of engineered nanoparticles used in semiconductor industry Xiangyu Bi Arizona State Univ    
17 Characterization of nanoparticulate cerium oxide upon release from a commercially available diesel fuel catalyst James Dale Virginia Tech Michael Hochella Linsey Marr
18 Identification of PHB Producing Bacteria in Wastewater and the Effects of Manufactured Nanoparticles on PHB Production Laurie C. Van De Werfhorst UCSB/UC-CEIN John H. Priester Patricia A. Holden
19 When “nano” meets “nano”: Effects of nano-TiO2/nano-ZnO interactions on nano-ZnO dissolution and photoactivity Tiezheng Tong Northwestern Univ Kimberly A. Gray Jean-François Gaillard
20 Nanostructure-Based Surface-Enhanced Raman Scattering Sensors Peng Zheng West Virginia Univ Ming Li Nianqiang Wu
22  An analysis of ethanol solid oxide fuel cells (ESOFCs) literature Mark T. Kozlowski Cal Tech Andrzej Kowal  
23 Photocatalytic nanostructured coating of titania linked to organic molecule for improved performance in solar cell and water splitting catalyst Shashank Saraf  Univ of Central Florida Michael N. Leuenberger Sudipta Seal
24 Estimating Exposure to ENMs from Personal Care Products throughout their Life Cycle Bill Vosti UC, Santa Barbara Arturo Keller  
25  Integrated Sustainability Analysis and Life Cycle Assessment of Atomic Layer Deposition for Clean Energy Applications Chris Yuan Univ of Wisconsin Milwaukee    
26 Interactions of Microorganisms with Carbon Nanotube Polymer Composites Howard Fairbrother Johns Hopkins Univ David Goodwin Ed Bouwer
27 The “nano-technological stress” and the construction of the scope of liability: the story viewed from the south Juan Jose Martínez Mercadal Univ of The Republic,Montevideo    
28 Optimization of Gold-Gold Sulfide Nanoparticle Synthesis Laura Reese Virginia Tech  Faranak Zamani and Krystal Le Lissett Bickford
29 Biocompatible Functionalization of Nanoceria and Retention of Catalytic Properties Post Ion-Particle Interaction Rameech McCormack Univ of Central Florida Swetha Barkam Sudipta Seal
30 A new kriging method for the modeling of multi-source data in toxicodynamics and toxicokinetics studies Kai Wang West Virginia Univ Feng Yang Dale Porter
31 Development of an Approach for the Sustainability Assessment of Nanomaterials Marco Cinelli Univ of Warwick  Stuart Coles Kerry Kirwan
32 Surface Charge and Cellular Processing Determines the Pulmonary Toxicity of Functionalized Carbon Nanotubes Ruibin Li Nanomedicine in UCLA    
33 Use of Metal Oxide Nanoparticle Band Gap to Develop a Predictive Paradigm for Acute Pulmonary Inflammation based on Oxidative Stress Haiyuan Zhang CEIN, UCLA Tian Xia Andre Nel
34 Modeling mechanisms of nanotoxicity at multiple levels of biological organization through dynamic energy budgets Roger M Nisbet UC, Santa Barbara Erik B Muller Tin Klanjscek
35 The effects of CuO nanomaterials on embryonic development in two environmentally relevant species: the painted sea urchin (Lytechinus pictus) and Pacific herring (Clupea pallasii) Elise A. Fairbairn UC, Davis Gary N. Cherr  
36 Kinetics, Bioavailability and Clearance of Uncoated and SiO2-Coated Zinc Oxide Nanorods After Ingestion, Inhalation, and IV Injection Kimberly M. Murdaugh Harvard School of Public Health Philip Demokritou  
37 A high efficiency, high throughput screening assay for engineered nanoparticle mediated DNA damage using the CometChip technology Christa Watson Harvard School of Public Health Jing Ge Joel Cohen
38 Synthesis and characterisation of Ceria nanoparticles using a multi-method apprach Inder Kaur Univ of Birmingham, UK Jamie R. Lead Eva Valsami-Jones
39 Use of zebrafish developing larvae to study the aspect ratio-dependent toxicity of oral-ingested CeO2 Sijie Lin UCLA Shuo Lin Andre Nel
40 Use of Coated Silver Nanoparticles to Understand the Relationship of Particle Dissolution and Bioavailability to Cell and Lung Toxicological Potential Xiang Wang UC CEIN Zhaoxia Ji  
41 Toxicological Study of Dysprosium Nanoparticles on E. coli Farrah Solomon Univ of Rhode Island Nelson Anaya Vinka Oyanedel-Craver
42 Algal-produced organic compounds reduce the toxicity of silver nanoparticles to freshwater organisms Louise Stevenson UC, Santa Barbara Tin Klanjscek Roger Nisbet
43 Toxicity of Metal Oxide Nanoparticles in Bacteria Correlates with Conduction Band Energy and Hydration Energy Chitrada Kaweeteerawat UC, CEIN Angela Ivask Hilary Godwin
44 Impacts of Cu, Ag, Zn, and CeO2 nanoparticles on marine phytoplankton: integrating environmental chemistry, cytotoxicity, physiology, demographics, and Dynamic Energy Budget models Robert J Miller UC, Santa Barbara Bryan Cole Tyronne Martin
45 Modification of Nanodiamond for Increased Biological Stability and Tracking Marco D Torelli Univ of Wisconsin Madison Min Yan Robert J Hamers
46 Centrifugation-based assay for examining nanoparticle-lipid membrane binding and disruption Aihong Xi University of Rhode Island