2015 SNO Conference Program

Monday, November 9, 2015
Plenaries III and IV (Mayfair Ballroom)
8:30 Announcements/Awards Barbara Karn SNO
8:45 Assessing Environmental Impact of Next-generation Nanomaterials Robert Hamers Univ. Wisconsin, Center for Sustainable Nanotechnology
9:30 Modeling Fate and Transport of Nanomaterials for Exposure Assessment: Complexity versus Practicality Yoram Cohen UCLA/UC CEIN
10:15 BREAK        
Session 3A Industry/Manufacturing Systems (Parliament Room) Session Chair: Leanne Gilbertson and Jun Liao
Time Title Speaker Institution Co-Author Co-Author
10:30 Path Towards Innovative and Sustainable Nanotechnology Through the Lens of Manufacturing Leanne Gilbertson University of Pittsburgh    
10:50 Increasing the net environmental benefit of nanomaterials:  Lessons from the design and production of ligand-stabilized gold nanoparticles Jim Hutchison University of Oregon    
11:10 The SERENADE project : toward safer and eco-designed innovative nanomaterials Jean-Yves Bottero CEREGE-CNRS-GDRI-I-CEINT Jerome Rose  
11:30 Antibacterial Activities and Cytotoxicity of Green Synthesized Stable Gold Nanoparticles from Flavonoid Derivatives Francis J. Osonga SUNY Binghamton, Department of Chemistry Wunmi Sadik David Luther
11:50 Complexation of III/V ions to nanoparticles involved in chemical mechanical polishing (CMP) process Xiangyu Bi Arizona State University Paul Westerhoff  
12:10 LUNCH*        
Session 3B Nanomedicne/Human Health Systems (Cambridge/Oxford Room) Session Chair: Wassana Yantasee
Time Title Speaker Institution Co-Author Co-Author
10:30 Nanomedicine and Sustainability Wassana Yantasee OHSU    
10:50 Multifunctional Nanomedicine Platform for Cancer Treatment Oleh Taratula Oregon State University    
11:10 Optimization of cross-linked polymer-modified mesoporous silica nanoparticles for targeted delivery of HER2 siRNA to treat HER2-positive breast cancer Worapol Ngamcherdtrakul OHSU Jingga Morry Shenda Gu
11:30 Treating metastatic breast cancer and skin fibrotic disease with siRNA delivered by antioxidant mesoporous silica nanoparticles Jingga Morry OHSU Biomedical Eng. Worapol Ngamcherdtrakul Shenda Gu
11:50 Oral thiol-modified mesoporous silica for removal of mercury, cadmium, lead, and arsenic from gastrointestinal tract Thanapon Sangvanich OHSU Jingga Morry David J. Castro
12:10 The effect of iron on macrophage pro-inflammatory response to engineered nanoparticles Valerie Leppert UC-Merced Kennedy Nguyen Gayatri Premshekharan
12:30 LUNCH*        
Session 3C Solid Waste and E-waste Reduction and Cycling (Mayfair Ballroom) Session Chair: Peter Vikesland
Time Title Speaker Institution Co-Author Co-Author
10:30 Nanomaterial Recovery from Wastestreams Peter Vikesland Virginia Tech    
10:50 Upcycling plastic wastes into nano-carbon materials and hydrogen by metal/OMMT catalysts Ren-Xaun Yang National Chung Hsing University Kui-Hao Chuang Ming-Yen Wey
11:10 Characterization, Valuation, and Recovery Opportunities of Metals in Municipal Sludges from U.S. Wastewater Treatment Plants Anjali Mulchandani Arizona State University Paul Westerhoff Pierre Herckes
11:30 Evaluating the Need for a Standardized Approach to Nanowaste Management Gregory P Nichols ORAU    
11:50 Life cycle considerations in the selective recovery of gold from nanomaterial waste streams Paramjeet Pati Smith College Peter Vikesland Sean McGinnis
12:10 End of Session        
12:30 LUNCH*        
Session 4A Industry/Manufacturing Systems (Parliament Room) Session Chair: June Liao and Leanne Gilbertson
Time Title Speaker Institution Co-Author Co-Author
2:00 Graphene and metal hybrids for high-performance supercapacitors Jun Jiao Portland State University    
2:20 Sustainable CNT-enabled Lithium-ion Battery Manufacturing: Evaluating the Tradeoffs Jackie Isaacs Northeastern Univeristy Ali Hakimian Sagar Kamarthi
2:40 Lifecycle Benefits and Impacts Assesment of Ag Nanoparticles Leila Pourzahedi Northeastern Univeristy Matt Eckelman  
3:00 Break      
3:30 Nano-silver textiles - a case study for sustainability Andrea L. Hicks Univ. Wisconsin Thomas L. Theis  
3:50 Green Production of the Structure- and Composition-Tunnable Fe-based Nanoparticles/rGO Composite Yang Qiu Brown University Xiaoshu Lv Robert Hurt
4:10 LCA of transparent conductors Pei Zhai Northeastern Univeristy Jackie Isaacs Matt Eckelman
4:30 END OF SESSION        
5:00 POSTER SESSION        
Session 4B Biological/Ecological Systems (Mayfair Ballroom) Session Chairs: Kelvin Gregory
Time Title Speaker Institution Co-Author Co-Author
2:00 Disruption of Population-Wide Regulatory Mechanisms and Communication in Bacteria by Engineered Nanomaterials Kelvin Gregory Carnegie Mellon University/CEINT    
2:20 Effects of Nanoiron on Growth, Siderophore Production and Iron Transport in Plant Growth Promoting Rhizobacteria Pseudomonas fluorescens Sanjivni Sinha North Dakota State University Ann-Marie Fortuna Achintya N Bezbaruah
2:40 Influence of shape and size on silver nanoparticle dissolution behavior and toxicity to Nitrosomonas europaea in the presence of alginate and bovine serum albumin Tyler S. Radniecki Oregon State University Alyssa Deline  
3:00 Bacterial Colonization on Silver Nanoparticle Coated Surfaces is Dependent on Inoculum and Natural Organic Matter Concentrations Alex J. Bertuccio Carnegie Mellon University/CEINT Robert D. Tilton  
3:20 break
3:40 Impacts of Gold Nanoparticle Charge and Ligand Type on Surface Binding and Toxicity to Gram-Negative and Gram-Positive Bacteria Christy L. Haynes Augsburg College Cathy Murphy Z. Vivian Feng
4:00 Exposure of biofilms of the nitrifying bacterium Nitrosomonas europaea to silver ions and silver nanoparticles Leila Barker Oregon State University Lewis Semprini Tyler Radniecki
4:20 Impacts of Ag and Cu nanoparticles on freshwater microbial communities appear short-lived Joe Moore Carnegie Mellon University/CEINT Kelvin Gregory Greg Lowry
4:40 Biodegradation of Nanocellulose and Microbial Community Response: Effect of Surface Modification and Morphology Maria Virginia Riquelme Virginia Tech Amy Pruden Peter Vikesland
5:00 END OF SESSION        
5:00 POSTER SESSION        
Session 4C Nanomedicine/Human Health Suystems (Cambride/Oxford Room) Session Chair: Wassana Yantasee
Time Title Speaker Institution Co-Author Co-Author
2:00 Nanosensor systems for electrochemical bio-marking of diseases Prof Emmanuel Iwuoha SensorLab, Department of Chemistry, University of Western Cape, South Africa Dr Rachel Ajayi Dr Xolile Fuku
2:20 Cysteamine modified zinc oxide platforms as nanobiosensors for TB drugs Rachel F. Ngece Ajayi University of the Western Cape, South Africa Anovuyo Jonnas Emmanuel Iwuoha
2:50 Implications of Nanotechnology on Human & Environmental Health Sara Brenner, MD, MPH SUNY Polytechnic Institute Colleges of Nanoscale Science & Engineering Withdrawn  
3:00 Partiulate matter released across the life cycle of nano-enabled products: linking exposures to toxicity Joel M. Cohen Harvard School of Public Health Anoop K. Pal Christa Y. Watson
3:20 Break        
3:40 Noninvasive evaluation of cardiovascular system exposure to carbon and metallic nanoparticles: The link between ECG and immunohistochemical analyses Jarrett Lancaster UNC Greensboro Shyam Aravamudhan Karshak Kosaraju
4:00 Size-dependent Toxicity of Gold Nanoparticles on Human Embryonic Stem Cells and Their Neural Derivatives Doug Ruden Wayne State Marie-Claude Senut Yanhua Zhang
4:20 Cells respond to unique nanoparticle properties with multiple strategies as revealed by single cell RNA-Seq Galya Orr Pacific Northwest National Laboratory Hugh Mitchell Meng Markillie
4:40 END OF SESSION      
5:00 POSTER SESSION        
7:30 SNO Governance Board Meeting (Mayfair Ballroom)