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The Most Outstanding Poster(s) are:  #24  and # 27
Sigma Xi Post Doctoral Poster Presentations
11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Thursday, February 28, 2002
Hallway outside Lecture Rooms A and B
Refreshments will be served
Category code: Biotechnology (B), Chemistry (C), Engineering (E), Materials Science (M), Physics (P)
(All abstracts have been approved by WERB)


Note to Poster Presentation Authors about the Poster Format:

Most posters are 60 inches in width.
Exceptions are: poster # 1 which has 46.5", #6 which has 50" and # 13 which has 49.5".
All those with numbers above 32 have only 40" in width.
1. (M) Carl G. Simon, Cell Seeding into Calcium Phosphate Cement
2. (C) Rebecca A. Zangmeister, DNA Hydrogel Plugs Immobilized in Microfluidic Channels with Improved Stability

3. (C) H.C. Michelle Byrd,   The Gas-Phase Reactivity of h5-cyclopentadienylcobalt ion (CpCo+) toward Saturated Hydrocarbons Using Fourier-transform Mass Spectrometry (FT-MS)
4. (C) Mary B. Satterfield, Comparison of Commercially Available Prostate-specific Antigen Samples by Mass Spectrometry
5. (E) Samuel L. Manzello,Droplet/Surface Interaction: Relevance to Fire Suppression
6. (B) Larry R. Kneller, Neutron Interferometry Studies of Vectorially-Oriented Single Monolayers of Membrane Proteins
7. (C) John V. Goodpaster, Chemical Analysis of Organic Material on the Surface of Human Scalp Hair as a Basis for Forensic Comparisons
8. (C) Chris Zangmeister, Directed Electroless Deposition of Metals on Thiol Modified Au Using Microcontact Printing
9. (E) Gary G. Leisk, The Hilbert-Huang Transform in Time-Frequency Analysis: Implications for Machine Prognostics
10. (B) Sharon L. Kennedy, COMBINATORIAL ASSAY OF CELLS ON TOPOGRAPHICALLY PATTERNED SURFACES
11. (M) Derek L. Ho, Investigation of Organically Modified Clays with Scattering and Microscopy Techniques
12. (E) Tabbetha A. Dobbins, Void Populations in Y2O3-Stabilized ZrO2 Coatings Deposited by High Velocity Oxy-Fuel (HVOF) Thermal Spray
13. (C) Catherine Rimmer, Effects of Phase Length and Bonding Chemistry in Reversed Phase Liquid Chromatography
14. (M) Julia Slutsker, Phase Field Modeling of Elastic Domain Structures in Constrained Layers
15. (M) Ronald C. Hedden, Dendrimer-Star Polymers: Sub-Micrometer Probe Molecules
16. (P) Jason E. Sanabia, A laser-scanning confocal microscope for ultraviolet photoluminescence spectroscopy with diffraction-limited spatial resolution
17. (P) A. Glen Birdwell,A clarification of the optical interband transitions near the fundamental absorption edge of b-FeSi2
18. (C) Mary B. Satterfield,Determination of Total Plasma Homocysteine by Stable Isotope Dilution LC-MS and LC-MS/MS
19. (P) Katharine F. Gurski, Modeling Quantum Wire Stability
20. (M/E) Alfred J. Crosby, Combinatorial Investigations of Polymer Adhesion
21. (C) Michael D. Weir,Rapid Screening of the Lower Critical Solution Temperature of Injectable Hydrogels for Tissue Engineering Applications
22. (P) William DeGraffenreid, Two-photon spectroscopy of the 4S state of atomic lithium: energy levels, hyperfine structure, and isotope shifts
23. (M) Ronald L. Jones,Controlling Morphology during Pattern Development in Thin Film Photoresists
24. (P) Christopher L. Soles,Evolution of the Deprotection Reaction Front Profile in Chemically Amplified Photoresists
25. (P) Alexander K. Komives,Measurement of Several Neutron Decay Coefficients
26. (M) Joseph L. Lenhart, Understanding Interfacial Deviations in Lithographic Pattern Profiles
27. (C)Nancy Ortins Savage,Sol-Gel Materials for Gas Phase Sensing Using Microhotplate Arrays
28. (M)M.F. Savage, TEM Investigation of Nanoindentation Induced Deformation Structures in W/NbN Nanolaminates
29. (C)Brett Baker and Clayton Yang, VIBRATIONAL SIGNATURES OF POLYETHYLENE GLYCOL AND BRIGHTENERS ON COPPER
30. (E) Brett Baker, ELECTRODEPOSITION OF SILVER IN SUB-MICRON-SIZED FEATURES
31. (C) Chad P. Nelson,Standardization of Sample Preparation Techniques Used in Analyzing Microorganisms by MALDI-TOF Mass Spectrometry
32. (C) John Allen White Harkless, Improved Estimate of the Dissociation Energy of the Beryllium Dimer
33. (C) Chuck Taylor, MEMS Device Platforms as Research Tools for Developing Improved Sensing Films
34. (B) Newell Washburn, Co-extruded Tissue Engineering Scaffolds and Characterization of Tissue Development using MRI
35. (B) Ursula Perez-Salas, FOLDING PATHWAYS OF RNA BY CATION CONDENSATION
36. (P) Jacob Roberts, How Low Can We Go?  Measuring the Lowest Temperatures that can be Achieved in Ultracold Plasmas
37. (P) Vincent Boyer,  Advanced laser cooling for the atomic space clock
38. (P) Antoine Browaeys, Bose-Einstein condensate in optical lattices
 
 


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