VII Workshop NyNA 2015
Salamanca (Spain), 6-8th July, 2015

Scientific program

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MONDAY, JULY 6TH, 2015

10.00-11.00 Reception of participants.
Poster mounting, Session 1: CF/PO-01→CF/PO-15 and PO-45→PO-60.
11.00-11.30

OPENING THE WORKSHOP

11.30-12.00

Coffee break

12.00 -13.00

INAUGURAL SESSION
Chair: Dra. María Jesús Almendral Parra and Dra. María Cruz Moreno Bondi

OPENING CONFERENCE:

“Simultaneous involvement of nanotools and nanoanalytes in the same analytical process: a synergistic combination of the two facets of Analytical Nanoscience and Nanotechnology”.
Dr. D. Miguel Válcárcel Cases. University of Córdoba.

13.00-14.00

Poster Session + Instrumental Presentation

14.00-16.00

Lunch
Colegio Arzobispo Fonseca

16.00-17.00 SESSION I

Development of new nanomaterials. Chair: Dr. D. Juan Ramón Castillo

Invited Conference 1:

“Colloidal lithography nanopatterning for bioanalytical applications”.
Dr. D. Borja Sepúlveda. Autonomous University of Barcelona.

Invited Conference 2:

“Impact of Metallic and Metal Oxide Nanoparticles on Analytical Applications”.
Dr. D. Mohammed Zougagh. University of Castilla-La Mancha.

17.00-17.45

Flash Communications:
Chair Dr. D. Miguel Ángel López

CF/PO-01. “Modulated ion Exchange in Titanium Phosphate Nanoparticles and functionalization thereof”.
Javier Carrasco Rodríguez. University of Oviedo.

CF/PO-02. “New methodology for the fabrication of free-standing carbon nanotubes electrodes”.
David Ibáñez. University of Burgos.

CF/PO-03. “Modulating the properties of Graphene Oxide”.
D. López Díaz. University of Salamanca.

CF/PO-04. “Effect of film morphology on the photoluminescence properties of QDs”.
M.D. Merchan. University of Salamanca.

CF/PO-05. “Nanoselenium as active material for antioxidant food packaging. Characterization of nanoparticles and antioxidant properties”.
M. Palomo. Complutense University of Madrid.

CF/PO-06. “Hydrogels and Aerogels from semiconductor nanoparticles”.
Sara Sánchez Paradinas. University of Hannover.

CF/PO-07. “Synthesis of shell-isolated silver nanoparticles for Raman spectroelectrochemistry”.
Álvaro Colina. University of Burgos.

17.45-18.15

Coffee break + Poster session + Instrumental Presentation

18.15-18.45

SESSION II
(Bio)analytical tools based on nanostructures
Chair: Dr. D. José Manuel Pingarrón

Invited Conference 3:

“Janus Nanoparticles-based enzyme powered nanomachines”
R. Villalonga. Complutense University of Madrid.

19.00-20.00

Flash communications: CF/PO-08. “Methylene Blue Functionalized Poly(amido amine) Dendrimers as Wiring for Bioanalytical Applications”.
Isabel Álvarez Martos. Interdisciplinary Nanoscience Center. Aarhus University.

CF/PO-09. “Carbon dots as fluorescent nanosensors in the third way of the Analytical Nanoscience and Nanotechnology”.
Angelina Cayuela. University of Córdoba.

CF/PO-10. “Bioconjugated gold nanoclusters as fluorescent labels in immunoassays”.
María Cruz Alonso. University of Oviedo.

CF/PO-11. “Strategies of signal amplification using Mn doped ZnS QDs as labels in immunoassays”.
M. García Cortés. University of Oviedo.

CF/PO-12. “Isolation and quantification of urinary 5-HIAA with carbón coated titanium dioxide nanotubes under the dispersive m-SPE format”.
M. Teresa García Valverde. University of Córdoba.

CF/PO-13. “Voltammetric monitoring of cresol remediation base don MWCNT-SPE detection and Electro-Fenton Technology”.
Elisa González Romero. University of Vigo.

CF/PO-14. “Determination of Bisphenol A in milk using a magnetic nanoparticles-nylon 6 composite”.
Emilia M. Reyes Gallardo. University of Córdoba.

CF/PO-15. “Analytical contributions for the use and development of Nanocellulose”.
Celia Ruiz Palomero. University of Córdoba.

20.00-20.15

Poster mounting, Session 2: CF/PO-16→CF/PO-36 and PO 61 →PO-74.

20.30

WELCOME RECEPTION.
Museo Art Nouveau y Art Déco Casa Lis.


TUESDAY, JULY 7TH, 2015

9.00-10.00

SESSION III
Methods for detection, characterization and quantification of nanomaterials.
Chair: Dr. D: Miguel Valcárcel Cases

PLENARY CONFERENCE I

“Understanding Enzymatic Acceleration at Nanoparticle Interfaces”.
Dr. Igor L. Medintz. U.S. Naval Research Laboratory, Washington DC USA.

10.15-10.45

Invited Conference 4:

“Sensors for detection and characterization of nanoparticles”.
Juan Ramón Castillo. University of Zaragoza.

10.45-11.40

Flash communications:
Chair: Dra. Dª Cristina González
CF/PO-16. “Size separation and quantitation of Silica Nanoparticles by Capillary Electrophoresis coupled to Evaporative Light Scattering Detector (CE-ELSD)”.
Carlos Adelantado. University of Castilla La Mancha.

CF/PO-17. “Fluorescent determination of Graphene Quantum Dots in water samples”.
Sandra Benítez Martínez. University of Córdoba.

CF/PO-18. “Synthesis of HgSe nanoparticles: Characterization and transfer to aqueous solutions”.
Diego Bouzas Ramos. University of Oviedo.

CF/PO-19. “Single Particle Detection by Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometry: Fast vs. conventional scanning”.
E. Bolea. University of Zaragoza.

CF/PO-20. “Determining the exact number of dye molecules attached to colloidal CdSe/ZnS quantum dots in Föster resonant energy transfer assemblies”.
C. Carrillo Carrión. Philipps-University. Marburg.

CF/PO-21. “Electrosynthesis of silver nanoparticles: Influence of the reaction media”.
Daniel Izquierdo. University of Burgos.

CF/PO-22. “Quantification of quantum dots bioconjugation efficiency by asymmetric flow field-flow fractionation coupled on-line to elemental mass spectrometry”.
Mario Menéndez Miranda. University of Oviedo.

CF/PO-23. “Advances and innovations for extracting engineering nanoparticles from food products”.
M. Laura Soriano. University of Córdoba.

CF/PO-24. “Nanoceria. Nanoparticle structure and strategy for detection and characterization”.
G. Cepriá. University of Zaragoza.

11.40-12.00

Coffee break + Poster session + Instrumental Presentation

12.00-12.30

SESSION III
Methods for detection, characterization and quantification of nanomaterials
Chair: Dra. Dª: Encarnación Lorenzo

Invited Conference 5:

“Novel bionano approaches for enhanced detection of biomarkers using metal nanoparticles”.
José M. Costa Fernández. University of Oviedo.

12.30-13.30

SESSION IV
Nanostructured sensors and biosensors.

PLENARY CONFERENCE II:

“SERS Biosensing and Bioimaging”
Luis M. Liz-Marzán. CIC biomaGUNE. San Sebastian. Biomedical Research Center in Bioengineering Biomaterials and Nanomedicine (CIBER-BBN)

13.30-14.00

Flash communications:
Chair: Dr. D. Alberto Escarpa

CF/PO-25. “Elimination of interferences in enzymatic potentiometric sensors”.
Ivan Magriñá. Rovira I Virgili University. Tarragona.

CF/PO-26. “An Enzyme-based Potentiometric Redox Biosensor for Glucose on Paper”.
Rafael Hoekstra. Rovira I Virgili University. Tarragona

CF/PO-27. “Aptamer-gated supports as optical probes for small molecules”.
Elena Aznar. Biomedical Research Networking Center in Bioengineering, Biomaterials and Nanomedicine (CIBER-BBN).

CF/PO-28. “Synthesis of gold nanoparticles assisted by capping ligands playing a three-in-one role”.
Iria Bravo. Autonomous University of Madrid.

14.00 -15.30

Lunch
Colegio Arzobispo Fonseca

16.00-17.00

SESSION IV
Nanostructured sensors and biosensors (Continuation).
Chair: Dr. D: Xavier Rius

PLENARY CONFERENCE III:

“Bipolar electrochemistry: a new nano-life for an old concept”.
Alexander Kuhn. University of Bordeaux

17.00-17.30

Invited Conference 6:

“Biosensor Platforms Based on Ga Nanoparticle Arrays”.
Encarnación Lorenzo. Autonomous University of Madrid.

17.30-18.00

Invited Conference 7:

“Nanostructuring molecularly imprinted polymers for optical sensing applications”.
María Cruz Moreno Bondi. Complutense University of Madrid.

18.00-18.30

Coffee break + Poster session + Instrumental Presentation.

18.30-19.00

SESSION IV
Nanostructured sensors and biosensors (Continuation).
Chair: Dr. D: Agustín Costa

Invited Conference 8:

“Temporally and spectrally resolver Förster Resonance Energy Transfer for homogeneous and multiplexed nanometricbiosensing”.
Niko Hildebrandt. NanoBioPhotonics. Université Paris-Sud.

19.00-20.00

Flash communications:
CF/PO-29. “Diamond nanoparticles based biosensors for efficient glucose and lactate determination”.
María Briones. Autonomous University of Madrid.

CF/PO-30. “Paper-Based Potentiometric Cholesterol Biosensor”. Rocío Cánovas Martínez. Rovira I Virgili University. Tarragona. CF/PO-31. “Ellipsometric immunosensor platforms based on the plasmonic resonance of gallium nanoparticles”.
Antonio García Marín. Autonomous University of Madrid.

CF/PO-32. “Comprehensive study of interaction between phenazines and DNA: Mismatch detection”.
Tania García Mendiola. Autonomous University of Madrid.

CF/PO-33. “Determination of dopamine on single walled carbon nanotubes electrodes using a long-optical-path spectroelectrochemistry cell”.
Jesús Garoz Ruiz. University of Burgos.

CF/PO-34. “Self-amplified photonic biosensing platform for microRNA-based early diagnosis of diseases”.
Daniel González Lucas. Universitat Politècnica de Valencia.

CF/PO-35. “Gold nanoparticles functionalized with a fluorogenic probe as fluorescent sensor to detect cyanide”.
Aránzazu Heras. University of Burgos.

20.00-20.15 Poster mounting, Session 3: CF/PO-37→CF/PO-44 and PO-75→PO-78.
20.30

WORKSHOP DINNER.
Parador de Salamanca.


WEDNESDAY, JULY 8TH, 2015

9.00-9.30

SESSION IV
(Continuation).
Chair: Dr. D: Ángel Ríos

Invited Conference 9:

“Nanomaterials as electrochemical transducers and electroactive labels in sensors devices”.
Agustín Costa García University of Oviedo.

9.30-10.00

Invited Conference 10:

“Microfluidic chips coupled to nanomaterial-based electrochemical detection”.
Alberto Escarpa. University of Alcalá de Henares.

10.00-10.30

Flash communications:
Chair: José Manuel Costa

CF/PO-36. “Selective catalytic electrodeposition of silver on quantum dots as electrochemical label for biosensors”.
Daniel Martín Yerga. University of Oviedo.

CF/PO-37. “Wereable potentiometric sensors for monitoring sport performance”.
Marc Parrilla. RoviraiVirgili University. Tarragona.

CF/PO-38. “Mesoporous silica nanoparticles for Mycoplasma genomic DNA recognition”.
LLuís Pascual. Universitat Politécnica de Valencia. CIBER Bioengineering, Biomaterials and Nanomedicine (CIBER-BBN).

CF/PO-39. “Automated and low cost method to manufacture addressable solid-state nanopores”.
Milena Vega. National Technological University. Buenos Aires.

CF/PO-40. “Electrochemical immunosensor for sensitive determination of peptide YY based on diazonium chemistry at reduced graphene oxide”.
L. Agüí. Complutense University of Madrid.

10.30-11.00

Coffee break + Poster session + Instrumental Presentation

11.00-11.30

SESSION V
Toxicological and environmental impact of nanomaterials

Flash communications:
Chair: Dr. D. Jordi Riu

CF/PO-41. “SILAC-based quantitative proteomics identifies mechanisms of AgNPs-induced toxicity in HepG2 cells”.
M. N. Fernández Muñiz. Complutense University of Madrid.

CF/PO-42. “Bioconcentration of ionic cadmium and cadmium selenide quantum dots in zebrafish larvae”.
R. Muñoz Olivas. Complutense University of Madrid.

CF/PO-43. “Evaluation of a carboxylated multiwalled carbon nanotubes monolithic microextraction unit for the determination of selected triazines from waters”
B. Fresco Cala. University of Córdoba.

CF/PO-44. “DNA-functionalized hybrid materials for the recogniton of mycoplasma bacteria.
Lluis Pascual, Isabel Baroja, Elena Aznar, Félix Sancenón, José Ramón Murguia and Ramón Martínez Máñez.

11.30- 12.00

SESSION VI
Nanomaterials for medical applications
Chair: Dr. D. Bernardo Moreno

Invited Conference 11:

“Protein nanodevices and nanomaterials for Biomarker and Drug Discovery”.
Manuel Fuentes. Cancer Research Center. University of Salamanca.

12.00- 12.30

Invited Conference 12:

“Gel Synthesis from Colloidal Metal and Semiconductor Nanoparticle Building Blocks”.
Dra. Nadja Bigall. Leibniz Universität Hannover.

12.30-13.30

PLENARY CONFERENCE IV.

“Environment-sensitive (nano-)particles for analysis of particle-cell interaction”.
Wolfgang J. Parak. Philipps Universität Marburg.

13.30-14.00

Closing Session

Conclusions. Poster and flash communications awards.
Presentation of the VIII Workshop NyNA 2017.

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