Prof. Dr. Mohamad Deraman

Plenary Speaker


School of Applied Physics Studies
Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia
madra@ukm.edu.my

Title : Carbon Based Electrodes from Biomass Precursors in Energy-Storage-Devices/Supercapacitor: An Overview in ASEAN Member Countries

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Prof. Chii-Wann Lin

Keynote Speaker


Medical Micro Sensor and System Laboratory

Institute of Applied Mechanics
National Taiwan University
02-33665272
cwlinx@ntu.edu.tw

Title : Pervasive Biosensing with Advanced Surface Plasmon Resonance Technologies

Abstract

Biosensors exploiting mobile phone technology are emerging as a promising solution to solve point-of-care issues.


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Prof. Mehmet Ertugrul

Keynote Speaker


Prof. Mehmet Ertugrul
Atarturk University
Turkey


Title : Graphene/CNT-Metal Composites and Energy Efficient Ultraconductive-Covetic Materials

Abstract

Nowadays, energy-saving and increasing the efficiency of power transmission lines, electrical machines and transformers are important as much as diversity and renewability of energy resources. The existing worldwide power transmission lines are sufficient for 1GW power transmission which meets the current need of the World.


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Assoc Prof. Dr. Werasak Surareungchai

Keynote Speaker


Department of Biotechnology Faculty of
Biotechnology and Technology
King Mongkut's University of Technology Thonburi
Bangkok, Thailand

werasak@pdti.kmutt.ac.th

Title : Nucleic Acid and Antibody Based Nano-biosensors and Diagnostics: Towards Highly Sensitive and Multiplexing Detection

Biosensors and bio-diagnostics using nucleic acid and/or antibody that have been researched and developed by our group during the last decade aim to achieve high sensitive detection and some cases with simultaneous/multiplexing detection.


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Dr. Hong Heng See

Keynote Speaker


N31, Centre for Sustainable and nanomaterials
Ibnu Sina Institute for Scientific & Industrial Research
Universiti Teknologi Malaysia
Johor Bahru, Malaysia

hhsee@utm.my / hhsee@ibnusina.utm.my


Title : An Integrated Lab-on-a-Chip Device for Point-of-Care Clinical Diagnostics

Abstract

In the clinical diagnostic, therapeutic drug monitoring (TDM) is commonly performed to determine the pharmaceutical drug concentrations in patients’ biological fluids in order to allow a close and timely control of their dosage.


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