BIOMEMES

Dr. Marc Madou

Principle Investigator



Chancellor's Professor
Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering and Biomedical Engineering
University of California
S3231 Engineering Gateway
Mail Code: 3975,
Irvine CA 92697
Phone: (949) 824-6585
Fax: (949)824-858
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Distinguished Honorary Professor IIT Kanpur, India
Honorary Visiting Professor at IIT Kharagpur, India
Visiting Professor UNIST, South-Korea (World Class University Scholar, WCU)



 

Chancellor’s Professor
Depmartment of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Biomedical Engineering Department
Department of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science
Integrated Nanofabrication Facility (INRF)
University of California, Irvine, 4200 Engineering Gateway, Irvine, CA 92697-3975
Phone: (949) 824-6585, Mobile: (949) 981-5672, E-mail: mmadou@uci.edu, E-mail: madsense@aol.com, http://www.biomems.net, https://www.facebook.com/Micronanomadou

 

EDUCATION

  • Ph.D., Semiconductor Electrochemistry, 1978, Solid-State Physics Laboratory, Rijksuniversiteit, Ghent, Belgium  - Doctoral thesis: "n-and p-type GaP as Semi-conductor Electrodes" (summa cum laude), Rijksuniversiteit, Ghent, Belgium.
  • M.Sc., Physical Chemistry, 1975, Rijksuniversiteit, Ghent, Belgium.                
  • B.Sc., Physical Chemistry, 1973, Rijksuniversiteit, Ghent, Belgium.                

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PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

  • Chancellor's Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, University of California Irvine, CA, 2002-2007.  
  • Renewal: Chancellor's Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, University of California Irvine, CA, 2007-present.
  • Professor Biomedical Engineering, University of California Irvine, CA, 2002-present.
  • Professor Department of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science, University of California Irvine, CA, 2002-present.
  • Professor Integrated Nanosystems Research Facility (INRF), University of California Irvine, CA, 2002-present.
  • Vice President Advanced Technology, Nanogen, San Diego, CA, 2001-2002.
  • CMR Scholar (Endowed Chair), Center for Materials Research (CMR) at Ohio State University (OSU), 1997-2000.
  • Professor Materials at OSU, 1997-2000.
  • Professor Chemistry at OSU, 1997-2000.
  • Director NSF Center for Industrial Sensors and Measurements (CISM) Microfabrication Applications Principal, 1999-2000. The Center for Industrial Sensors and Measurements (CISM) was established in April 1996 as a National Science Foundation State/University/Industry Cooperative Research on the campus of The Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio. It was a one-of-a-kind national facility created to meet the need for continuing sensor research in industrial processes.
  • Visiting Scholar at UC Berkeley, 1996-2000.
  • Miller Visiting Professor at UC Berkeley, 1995-1996.
  • Visiting Professor at Louisiana State University, Senior Scientific Advisor to CAMD, 1994-1995.
  • Vice Chairman and Founder Teknekron Sensor Development Corporation (TSDC), Menlo Park, CA, 1989-1993.
  • Director, Microsensor Department, SRI International, Menlo Park, CA, 1983-1989.
  • Associate Director, Microsensor Department, SRI International, Menlo Park, CA, 1982-1989.
  • Founder and Manager of Microsensor Program, SRI International, Associate Director, Physical Electronics Laboratory, Menlo Park, CA, 1982-1983.
  • Senior Materials Scientist, Materials Research Laboratory SRI International, Menlo Park, CA, 1981-1982.
  • Assistant Professor, Rijksuniversiteit (State University of Ghent) Gent, Belgium 1981.
  • Visiting Scientist SRI Internacional, Menlo Park, CA, Materials Scientist, Materials Research Laboratory under Dr. S. R. Morrison, 1979-1980.
  • NASA Ames Research Center Associate, Mountain View, CA, 1994-2004.
  • Microfabrication Applications Principal and Founder, San Diego, CA, 1993-present (my consulting practice). I have consulted on sensor and microfabrication issues since 1993. Representative companies include: Energizer (USA), National Semiconductor (USA), Magneti Marelli (Italy), Fläkt (Sweden), IMEC (Belgium), ITT Barton (USA), Moore Industries (USA), Gamera (USA), Microbionics (USA), CMB/Enevate (USA), iGlyko (USA), Bowles Fluidics Corporation (USA), NASA Ames (USA), Idetek (USA), VARTA (Germany), Osaka Gas (Japan), PG&E (USA), EPRI (USA), SensIrox (USA) and Polychip (USA).

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COLLABORATORS AND OTHER AFFILIATIONS

Collaborators and Co-Editors:

NASA Ames associate; SensIrox Founder and Advisor; ChipRx Founder and Advisor; Journal of Electrochemical Society: Member at large; MRS Symposium Organizer Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry: Advisory Board, Dr. Michel Bergeron at the Laval University, Quebec, Canada; Dr. Ashutosh Sharma at IIT Kanpur, India; Dr. Suman Chakraborty at IIT Kharagpur, India; Dr. Sergio Martinez at the Tecnologico de Monterrey, Mexico; Dr. Yoon Kyoung Cho at UNIST, South Korea; Dr. Jim Zoval at Saddleback College, USA; Dr. Fatimah Ibrahim at the University of Malaya, Dr. Peggy Wang at the Florida International University, USA; Dr. Qinjun Wang at the Los Alamos National Lab, USA.

Thesis Advisor and Postgraduate Studies Sponsor:

Total Graduate Students (Past 4 years): 20 Post Graduate Scholars/Project Scientists: 4
Current Postgraduate Scientists/Affiliates: Dr. Lawrence Kulinsky (Project Scientist, UCI), Dr. Horacio Kido (Project Scientist, UCI), Professor Chunlei Wang (Peggy) (Dept. of Mechanical and Materials Engineering, Florida International University), Dr. Jim Zoval (Professor, Saddleback College)
Current Graduate Students: Swati Sharma, Giulia Canton, Ling Kong, Rahul Kamath, Sunshine Holmberg, Mohammad Asadian, Jacob Moebius

Past Graduate Students: Dr. Zahra Noroozi (Surgical Instrumentation R&D, Alcon Laboratories), Dr. Salar Soroori (Founder & President, Key Lead Solutions), Vinh Ho (Process TD Engineer, Intel Corp.), Gobind Bisht (Process TD Engineer, Intel Corp.), Kameel Abi-Samra (Engineering Consultant), Chang-Hsiu Chen (Assistant Specialist, UCI), Xavier Casadevall (Senior Scientist, ETH Zurich), Jonathan Siegrist (Director, Engineering Programs at Cepheid), Tsung-Hsi Hsieh (Life Technologies Invitrogen, Inc.), Genis Turon Teixidor (Engineering Group Leader, Enevate Corporation), Robert Gorkin (Research Fellow, Intelligent Polymer Research Institute), Rodrigo Martinez-Duarte (Assistant Professor, Clemson University), Mary Amasia (Postdoctoral Researcher, Royal Institute of Technology (KTH))

AWARDS AND DISTINCTIONS

  • Chancellor’s Professor University of California Irvine 2007-present.
  • Chancellor’s Professor University of California Irvine 2002-2007.
  • Distinguished Visiting Honorary Professor IIT Kanpur, 2004-present.
  • Honorary Visiting Professor IIT Kharagpur, India 2007-present
  • Visiting Professor UNIST (World Class University Scholar, WCU), South-Korea 2009-present.
  • Endowed Chair, CMR Scholar, Center for Materials Research Center, Ohio State University, 1997-2000.
  • Miller Visiting Professor at UC Berkeley, 1995-1996.
  • Sample of Distinghuised Lectures:
    • Academic Leader. Since 2008, the Tecnológico de Monterrey in Mexico has implemented a program called "Academic Leaders", which consists in bringing distinguished professors from all over the world, who are experts in different areas of knowledge, to share their experiences with students, professors and the community. Dr. Madou was an academic leader of the Tecnológico de Monterrey-Campus Guadalajara during the semester of January-May 2011.
    • Distinguished Visiting Professor, AMC/FUMEC, Instituto Politécnico Nacional, Mexico, 2007.
    • Distinguished Speaker for the Department of Biomedical Engineering Seminar series at UT Austin. Every year professors in the field of BME/BE recommend over 40 top researchers and finally 12 outstanding scholars are chosen for invitations.  Other speakers in the past have included Professors Steven Chu (Stanford/Berkeley), Shu Chien (UCSD), Luke Lee (Berkeley/ETH), Bob Nerem (GaTech), and many other leading scientists. From MEMS to NEMS with Carbon. February 14th, 2008.
    • Technology “Rock Star” Award. Bioengineering Inspired by Nature. Boston Scientific Fremont Campus, June 15th, 2009.
    • Prominent Lecturer. Yeungnam University, South-Korea. Prominent lecturer for the undergraduate course, ‘Lectures of Edge Frontiers on the Mechanical Engineering,’ in the School of Mechanical Engineering sponsored by the Korea Research Foundation. Title: Biomimetics in Bioengineering: From Fractals to Worms on a Compact Disc. Sept.  22, 2009 *.
  • Summa Cum Laude, Ph.D. Dissertation, Rijksuniversiteit, Ghent, Belgium, 1978.

* For other distinguished lectures see below under Invited, Keynote, Plenary and Distinguished Lectures Since 1999.

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CONFERENCE ORGANIZING COMMITTEES and ADVISORY BOARDS, JOURNAL-BOOK EDITORSHIPS, COMPANY ADVISORY BOARDS AND FOUNDER

Conference Organizing Committees and Conference Advisory Boards

  • Conference organizer, session chair and keynote speaker. The first Micro-Med-A workshop at the Protea Hotel, Kruger Gate, Mpumalanga, South Africa, from 7 – 10 September 2011. Fluidics on a Compact Disc (CD) for Molecular Diagnostics. This constitutes an effort on our part to learn about Microfluidics/Medical Diagnostic needs in the third world. Nex year we will organize this conference in Kolkata, India.
  • Session chair and keynote speaker. 7th Nanoscience and Nanotechnology Conference, 27 June to 1 July 2011. Sabanci Universitesi, Turkey. Nano and Micro-Patterning of Carbon.
  • Plenary talk and session chair. International Conference on “Biomaterials and Implants: Prospects and Possibilities in the New Millennium. ”A three-day long international conference at the Central Glass & Ceramic Research Institute (CGCRI), Kolkata, India during July 21-23, 2011. Biosensors and Drug Delivery.   
  • General chair of the Fourth International Symposium on Dielectrics and Engineered Interfaces in Biological and Biomedical Applications scheduled during the 219th Electrochemical Society meeting, in Montreal, Canada, May 1- 6, 2011.
  • Organizing committee and Scientific Advisory Committee Nanotech Montreux, Switzerland, 1999-2006. And again in 2010 and 2011.
  • Gerneral chair of the Third International Symposium on Dielectrics and Engineered Interfaces in Biological and Biomedical Applications scheduled during the 219th Electrochemical Society meeting, in San Fransisco, USA, May 26- 27, 2009.
  • General chair and organizer of the Third Indo-US conference on Fabrionics, a two-day workshop on Fabrionics that was held at the University of California, Irvine June 28, 29th, 2009 (http://www.indiajournal.com/pages/event.php?id=7582).
  • Member International Advisory Board of the Kuala Lumpur International Conference on Biomedical Engineering (Biomed 2008, Biomed 2009).
  • Member International Conference on Advanced Manufacturing Technologies (IMCAT 2007).
  • Member International Advisory Board (IAB) of the 4th Forum on New Materials CIMTEC 2006, 2007.
  • International Advisory Committee, International Workshop on MEMS and Micro/Nano Systems Technology for Bio-Implants and Bio Applications, Kolkata, India, December 28-30, 2006.
  • Organizing committee: 1st International Conference on Micromanufacturing, Urbana Champaign, 2006.
  • Scientific Advisory Board for Solid State Sensors, Hilton Head Island 1998 and 2000.
  • SIM session organizer, Salt Lake City, 2002.
  • MRS symposium organizer, Boston, Fall 2001, 2002, 2003.
  • Organizer and general chairman BIO-MEMS 1999 and 2000, San Francisco, CA.
  • Scientific Advisory Board for Transducers 1997, Chicago and Transducers 1999, Sendai.

Journal Editor / Membership on Journal Editorial Boards

Advisory Boards and Panels

  • Scientific Advisory Board of SUNUM (Sabancı University Nanotechnology Research and Application Center), Turkey, 2011- present.
  • Member of the Nano- and Microsystems Programme’s Scientific Advisory Board, Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Helmholtz Society, Germany, 2007-present.
  • NSF  “Blue Ribbon” Panel for ERC selection Panel Meeting Review, NSF, Arlington, VA, January 10-12, 2006.
  • NSF WTEC Study on Micro-Manufacturing Panel Member. Site visits to Korea, Taiwan, Japan and Europe, 2004-2005.
  • IEEE member. Member at Large of The Electrochemical Society (Sensors).
  • International Advisory Committee, The NSF NSE, August 7-9, 2004 NSEC Site Visit panel at UCLA.
  • Advisory Board of the NSF-IGERT at the University of Kentucky, 1998-2004.

Founder

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RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS

Books

  1. Chemical Sensors, Business Intelligence Program, 751 SRI International, 1987, M. J. Madou, G. S. Gaisford, and F. Gentile, NIST Publishing, 1987.
  2. Chemical Sensing with Solid State Devices, M. J. Madou and S. R. Morrison, Academic Press, 1989. Graduate level introduction to solid state chemical sensors, 556 pages.
  3. Fundamentals of Microfabrication, M. J. Madou, CRC Press, November 1997, Graduate level introduction to microfabrication, 589 pages. Fifth printing, 2000.
  4. Fundamentals of Microfabrication, 2nd edition, M. J. Madou, CRC Press, Fifth Printing, 723 pages, 2002.
  5. Solid-State Physics, Fluidics, and Analytical Techniques in Micro- and Nanotechnology, M.J. Madou, Taylor&Francis, July 2011.
  6. Manufacturing Techniques for Microfabrication and Nanotechnology, M.J.Madou, Taylor &Francis, July 2011.
  7. From MEMS to Bio-MEMS and Bio-NEMS: Manufacturing Techniques and Applications, M.J. Madou, Taylor&Francis, July 2011.
  8. Question and Answerbooks for 5,6 and 7, Taylor&Francis, 2011.

Edited Books/Book Sections

  1. Chemical Sensors for Extreme Environments, SRI Microscience Program volume on Sensors, Co-Editor, 1987.
  2. Applications of Micromachining in Solid-State Chemical Sensors, M. Madou and J. Joseph, Eds. in "Opportunities for Innovation: Chemical and Biological Sensors Washington: National Institute of Science and Technology (1991). NIST Publication GCR 91-593-1 [Oct. 1991].
  3. Overview of Solid Electrolytes for Sensors, Proceedings of the International School of Materials Science and Technology. 24th Course: Solid State Ionics for Sensors and Electrochromics Erice-Sicily: 1-12 July 1992, Madou, M. J., S. Oh, and F. de Schutter, Eds. 1992.
  4. Nano-and Micromechanical Systems (NEMS and MEMS) and Molecular machines. Editors: David A. LaVan, Arturo A. Ayon, Thomas E. Buchheit and M. J. Madou, Mark E. McNie, S. V. Prasad. MRS. Materials Research Society. Symposium Proceedings. Volume 741. Fall Meeting 2002 (December 2-4, 2002, Boston).
  5. Micro- and Nanoystems (NEMS and MEMS) and Molecular machines. Editors: David A. LaVan, Arturo A. Ayon, Thomas E. Buchheit and M. J. Madou. MRS. Materials Research Society. Symposium Proceedings. Volume 782. Fall Meeting 2003 (December 1-3, 2003, Boston).
  6. Micromanufacturing: International Assessment of Research and Development, K.F. Ehmann, D. Bourell, M.L. Culpepper, T.J. Hodgson, T.R. Kurfess, M. Madou, K. Rajurkar, R. DeVor, Springer, 2007.
  7. Bioelectronics, Biointerfaces, and Biomedical Applications 2 (ECS Transactions, Vol 3) [Paperback] Electrochemical Society (Compiler), D. Landheer (Editor), M. J. Deen (Editor), C. Kranz (Editor), M. Madou (Editor) Nov 13, 2007.
  8. Micro/Nano Fabrication Processes and Materials section of the Encyclopedia of Nanotechnology, Bharat (Ed.) 1st Edition, 2012, Approx. 2400 p. M.J.Madou and C.Wang.

Book Chapter

  1. Chemical Sensors for Extreme Environments, SRI Microscience Program volume on Sensors, Madou, M.,J., Author of 1 Chapter and Co-Editor of Volume, 1987.
  2. Applications of Micromachining in Solid-State Chemical Sensors, M. Madou and J. Joseph, Eds. in "Opportunities for Innovation: Chemical and Biological Sensors Washington: National Institute of Science and Technolo. NIST Publication GCR 91-593-1, Oct. 1991.
  3. Overview of Solid Electrolytes for Sensors, Proceedings of the International School of Materials Science and Technology. 24th Course: Solid State Ionics for Sensors and Electrochromics Erice-Sicily: 1-12 July 1992, Madou, M. J., S. Oh, and F. de Schutter, Eds. 1992.
  4. Integrated Circuit Manufacturing Techniques Applied to Microfabrication, M. J. Madou and Hyunok Lynn Kim, Chapter 3 in Handbook of Chemical and Biological Sensors, edited by R. F. Taylor and J. S. Schultz for OIP, 1996.
  5. Facilitating Choices of Machining Tools and Materials for ‘Miniaturization Science’: A Review, M. J. Madou in Tribology Issues and Opportunities in MEMS, Proceedings of the NSF/AFOSR/ASME Workshop held in Columbus, Ohio, USA, 9-11 November 1997, edited by Bharat Bhushan for Kluwer Academic Publishers.
  6. Madou, M.J., Chapter 5 Conference Keynote Address. Biomems: Beyond Batch Fabrication. Novel Microfabrication Options For BioMEMS, Technologies and Commercialization Strategies, Edited and Published by Knowledge Foundation, 2000.
  7. Madou, M. J. and Zhou, H Microscale Manufacturing Process. The CRC Handbook of Mechanical Engineering, 2nd Edition, 2004. edited by Frank Kreith and Yogi Goswami.
  8. Jia, G.; Madou, M. J. MEMS Fabrication. The MEMS Handbook, 2nd Edition, CRC Press, edited by Mohamed Gad-el-Hak, 2004
  9. Jia, G.; Madou, M. J. LIGA and Other Replication Techniques. The MEMS Handbook, 2nd Edition, CRC Press, edited by Mohamed Gad-el-Hak, 2004.
  10. Lee, L. J.; Yu, L.; Koelling, K. W. and Madou, M. J. Injection Molding for Microfluidic Applications. Precision Injection Molding, Edited by Greener, J. and Wimberger-Friedl, R., Hanser/Gardner Publications, 2004.
  11. Benjamin Y Park, Rabih Zaouk, Marc Madou, “Validation of Lithography Based on the Controlled Movement of Light-emitting Particles”, SPIE Microlithography, Emerging Lithographic Technologies VIII, 2004.
  12. Madou, M.J. Microelectromechanical Systems MEMS Manufacturing. Encyclopedia of Biomaterials and Biomedical Engineering, E-EBBE 120013935, Marcel Dekker, Inc., 2004.
  13. C-MEMS. Chunlei Wang and Marc Madou, McGRAW-HILL Yearbook of Science & Technology, 44-46, 2006
  14. R. Zaouk, B.Y. Park, M.J. Madou, “Photolithography as a Microfabrication Technique,” in Methods in Molecular Biology – Microfluidics Techniques, ed: Shelley D. Minteer, Humana Press, St. Louis, MO, 2006.
  15. R. Zaouk, B.Y. Park, M.J. Madou, “Fabrication of PDMS Microfluidics Using SU-8 Molds,” in Methods in Molecular Biology – Microfludics Techniques, ed: Shelley D. Minteer, Humana Press, St. Louis, MO, 2006.
  16. B.Y. Park, R. Zaouk, M.J. Madou, “Fabrication of Microelectrodes Using the Lift-off Technique,” in Methods in Molecular Biology – Microfluidics Techniques, ed: Shelley D. Minteer, Humana Press, St. Louis, MO, 2006.
  17. B.Y. Park, R. Zaouk, M.J. Madou, “Microlithography for Microfabrication”, The Electrical Engineering Handbook, 3rd Edition-Electronics, Power Electronics, Optoelectronics, Microwaves, Electromagnetics, and Radar, ed: R.C. Dorf, CRC press, Boca Raton, FL, 2006.
  18. Rajurkar, K., Madou, M. J., “Processes.” In Ehmann, K. F., Bourell, D., Culpepper, M. L., Hodgson, T. J., Kurfess, T. R., Madou, M. J., Rajurkar, K., DeVor, R., Micromanufacturing: International Assessment of Research and Development. Chapter 4. Springer, 2007.
  19. Madou, M. J., “Non-Lithography Applications.” In Ehmann, K. F., Bourell, D., Culpepper, M. L., Hodgson, T. J., Kurfess, T. R., Madou, M. J., Rajurkar, K., DeVor, R., Micromanufacturing: International Assessment of Research and Development. Chapter 6. Springer, 2007.
  20. R. Martinez Duarte, G. Turon Teixidor, P. Mukherjee, Q. Kang and M. J. Madou, “Perspectives of Micro and Nanofabrication of Carbon for Electrochemical and Microfluidic Applications" in Microfluidics and Microfabrication edited by S. Chakraborty, Springer, Chapter 5, 181-263 (2009).
  21. Jim V. Zoval, Guangyao Jia, Horacio Kido, Jitae Kim, Nahui Kim and Marc J. Madou Centrifuge-Based Fluidic Platforms in Springer Handbook of Nanotechnology, Bhushan, Bharat (Ed.) 3rd ed., 2010.
  22. R. Martinez-Duarte, M. Madou. "SU-8 and its impact on Microfluidics" in Microfluidics and Nanofluidics Handbook edited by S. Mitra and S. Chakraborty. CRC Press/Taylor & Francis Group, Sept 20th, 2011.
  23. Present Technology and Future Trends in Point of Care Microfluidic Diagnostics by Lawrence Kulinsky, Zahra Noroozi, Marc Madou. Book “Microfluidic Diagnostics: Methods and Protocols, Volume 1: Fabrication and Manipulation Protocols” edited by Colin D. Mansfield, PhD; Gareth Jenkins, PhD; Humana Press, Springer Science + Business Media LLC. Accepted for publication without revisions June 28, 2011.
  24. BioMEMs for Drug Delivery by Lawrence Kulinsky and Marc Madou. Book “MEMS for biomedical applications” edited by Shekhar Bhansali, PhD; Microfluidic Diagnostics: Methods and Protocols, Volume 1: Fabrication and Manipulation Protocols” edited by Colin D. Mansfield, PhD; Gareth Jenkins, PhD; Woodhead Publishing. Submitted:  July 29, 2011.

Refereed Journal Articles

  1. Madou, M. J., W. Gomes, and F. Cardon, 1977. Impedance Measurements at the n- and p-Type GaP Single Crystal Electrode, J. Electrochem. Soc., vol. 124, no. 10, pp. 1623-1627 (October).
  2. Madou, M. J., W. Gomes, and F. Cardon, 1977. Anodic Processes at the n- and p-Type GaP Electrodes, Ber. Bunsenges. Phys. Chem., vol. 81, no. 11, pp. 1186-1190 (November).
  3. Madou, M. J., W. Gomes, and F. Cardon, 1978. Cyclic-Voltammetric Study of n- and p-type GaP Electrodes, Ber. Busenges Phys. Chem., vol. 82, pp. 819-823.
  4. Madou, M. J., K. W. Frese, Jr., and S. R. Morrison, 1979. Electron Exchange at the Surface of Thermally Grown Silicon, J. Electrochem. Soc., vol. 126, no. 10, pp. 1827-1828 (October).
  5. Madou, M. J., K. W. Frese, Jr., and S. R. Morrison, 1980. The Si/SiO2 Electrode, Phys. Stat. Solidi (a), vol. 57, pp. 705-712.
  6. Madou, M. J., K. W. Frese, Jr., and S. R. Morrison, 1980. Influence of Surface Damage on Stabilization Against Photodecomposition of n-type GaAs, J. Electrochem. Soc., vol. 127, no. 4, pp. 987-989 (April).
  7. Madou, M. J., K. W. Frese, Jr., and S. R. Morrison, 1980. Photoelectrochemical Corrosion as Influenced by an Oxide Layer, J. Phys. Chem., vol. 84, no. 25, pp. 3423-3428.
  8. Frese, K. W., Jr., M. J. Madou, and S. R. Morrison, 1980. Investigation of Photoelectrochemical Corrosion of Semiconductors, J. Phys. Chem., vol. 84, no. 24, pp. 3712-3718.
  9. Morrison, S. R., M. J. Madou, and K. W. Frese, Jr., 1980. Imperfections in and Ion Diffusion through Oxide Layer in Silicon, Applic. Surf. Sci., vol. 6, pp. 138-148.
  10. Frese, K. W., Jr., M. J. Madou, and S. R Morrison, 1981. Investigation of Photoelectro-Chemical Corrosion of Semiconductors, II. Kinetic Analysis of Corrosion-Competitive Reactions on n-GaAs, J. Electrochem. Soc., vol. 128, no. 7, pp. 1527-1531 (July).
  11. Frese, K. W., Jr., M. J. Madou, and S. R. Morrison, 1981. Investigation of Photoelectro-chemical Corrosion of Semiconductors, III. Effects of Metal Layers on the Stability of GaAs, J. Electrochem. Soc., vol. 128, no. 9, pp. 1939-1943 (September).
  12. Madou, M. J., B. H. Loo, K. W. Frese, Jr., and S. R. Morrison, 1981. Bulk and Surface Characterization of the Silicon Electrode, Surface Sci., vol. 108, pp. 135-152.
  13. Brondeel, P., M. J. Madou, W. P. Gomes, and F. Cardon, 1982. Investigation on Photoelectro-chemical Cells Based upon Silicon/Methanol Interfaces. Part 1: n-Type Si, Solar Energy Matls., vol. 7, pp. 23-32.
  14. Madou, M. J., P. Brondeel, W. P. Gomes, P. Hanselaer, and F. Cardon, 1982. Investigation on Photoelectrochemical Cells Based upon Silicon/Methanol Interfaces. Part 2: p-Type Si, Solar Energy Matls., vol. 7, pp. 33-42.
  15. Madou, M. J., W. P. Gomes, F. Fransen, and F. Cardon, 1982. Anodic Oxidation of p-Type Silicon in Methanol as Compared to Glycol, J. Electrochem. Soc., vol. 129, no. 12, pp. 2749-2752 (December).
  16. Madou, M. J., and M. C. H. McKubre, 1983. Impedance Measurements and Photoeffects on Ni-Electrodes, J. Electrochem. Soc., vol. 130, no. 5, pp. 1056-1061 (May).
  17. Fransen, F., M. J. Madou, W. H. Laflere, F. Cardon, and W. P. Gomes, 1983. On the Dielectric Properties of Semiconducting Materials as Obtained from Impedance Measurements on Schottky Barriers, J. Phys. D (Appl. Phys.), vol. 16, pp. 879-888.
  18. Madou, M. J., K. Kinoshita, and M. C. H. McKubre, 1983. Electrochemical Studies on the Cathodic Reduction of Thionyl Chloride, J. Electrochem. Soc., vol. 130, no. 3, p. 126C (March).
  19. Kinoshita, K., and M. J. Madou, 1984. Electrochemical Measurements on Pt, Ir, and Ti Oxides as pH Probes, J. Electrochem. Soc., vol. 131, no. 5, pp. 1089-1094 (May).
  20. Madou, M. J. and K. Kinoshita, 1984. Electrochemical Measurements on Metal Oxides for pH Probing, Part I, Electrochim. Acta, vol. 29, no. 3, pp. 411-414.
  21. Madou, M. J., K. Kinoshita, and M.C.H. McKubre 1984. Electrochemical Measurements on Metal Oxides for pH Probing, Part II, Electrochim. Acta, vol. 29, no. 3, pp. 419-423.
  22. Madou, M. J., and S. Szpak, 1984. Investigation of SOCl2 Reduction by Cyclic Voltammetry and AC Impedance Measurements, J. Electrochem. Soc., vol. 131, no. 11, pp. 2471-2483 (November).
  23. Mercier, J. J., F. Fransen, F. Cardon, M. J. Madou, and W. P. Gomes, 1985. Effects of Anodic Polarization upon Electrochemically Grown Oxide Films on p-Si, Studied by Ellipsometric and Capacitance Measurements, Ber. Bunsenges. Phys. Chem., vol. 89, pp. 117-120.
  24. G. H. Tsau, A. Sher, M. Madou, J. A. Wilson, V. A. Cotton adn C. E. Jones, 1986. Low-frequency admittance measurements on the HgCdTe/PhotoxSiO2 interface, J. Appl. Phys. 59(4), 1238-1244.
  25. Madou, M. J., J. J. Smith, and S. Szpack, 1987. Comments on Electroreduction of SOCl2, J. Electrochem. Soc., vol. 134, p. 2794.
  26. Madou, M. J., S. R. Morrison, and V. P. Bondarenko, 1988. Introduction of Impurities in Anodically Grown Silica, J. Electrochem. Soc., vol. 135, no.1 (January).
  27. Tsau, G.-H., A. Sher, M. J. Madou, J. A. Wilson, V. A. Cotton, and C. E. Jones, 1988. State Characterization of the Hg1-xCdxTe/PhotoxTM SiO2 Interface, J. Vac. Sci. Technol. A, vol. 4, no. 4.
  28. Madou, M. J., and T. Otagawa, 1988. Electrolytic Media for Chemical Sensors, Solid State Ionics, pp. 28-30.
  29. Krishnamurthy, S., A. Sher, M. J. Madou, and A.-B. Chen, 1988. Semiconductor Alloys for Fast Thermal Sensors, J. Appl. Phys., vol. 64, no. 3, p. 1530.
  30. Otagawa, T., M. J. Madou, S. Wing, J. Rich Alexander, S. Kusanagi, T. Fujioka, and A. Yasuda, 1990. Planar Microelectrochemical Carbon Monoxide Sensors, Sensors and Actuators, B1, 319.
  31. Itoh, K., and M. J. Madou, 1991. Optical Waveguides for Surface Spectroscopy: FePO4 Thin-Film/K+-doped Glass Composite Optical Waveguide Systems Having Tapered Velocity Couplers, J. Appl. Phys., vol. 69, no. 11, p. 1.
  32. Oh, S., J. Joseph, T. Otagawa, and M. J. Madou, 1992. Multilayer Ionic Devices Fabricated by the Plasma Spray Method, Solid State Ionics, vol. 53-56, pp. 90-94.
  33. Fariborz, M., J. Joseph, and M. J. Madou, 1992. Feasibility and Practicality of Monolithic Sensors, Sensors, pp. 31-35 (September).
  34. Madou, M., T. Otagawa, M. Tierney, J. Joseph, and S. Oh, 1992. Multilayer Ionic Devices Fabricated by Thin and Thick Film Technologies, Solid State Ionics, vol. 53-56, pp. 47-57.
  35. Madou, M. J., and M. Tierney, 1992. Biosensors and Microfabrication, Invited paper Applied Biochemistry and Biotechnology.
  36. Madou, M. J., and M. Tierney, 1993. Required Technology Breakthroughs to Assume Widely Accepted Biosensors, Invited paper, Applied Biochemistry and Biotechnology, vol. 41, Applied Biochemistry and Biotechnology, Volume 41, Numbers 1-2 / April, 1993.
  37. Madou, M. J., and J. Joseph, 1993. Immunosensors with Commercial Potential, Immunomethods, vol. 3, pp. 134-152. Invited review article.
  38. Michael J. Tierney, Hyun-Ok L. Kim, Marc Madou and Takaaki Otagawa, 1993. Microelectrochemical sensor for nitrogen oxides, Sensors and Actuators B, 13-14 (1993) 408-411.
  39. Oh, S., and M. J. Madou, 1992. Planar-Type, Gas Diffusion-Controlled Oxygen Sensor Fabricated by the Plasma Spray Method, Sensors and Actuators B, vol. 13-14, pp. 581-582.
  40. Somps, C. J., J. L. Pickering, M. J. Madou, J. W. Hines, D. L. Gibbs, and M. R. Harrison, 1996. Electrochemical Performance of an Ion Selective, Polymeric Membrane Following Chronic Implantation in Rat Subcutaneous Tissue, Sensors and Actuators B, vol. 35-36, pp. 222-227.
  41. Wang, C. C., S. A. Akbar, and M. J. Madou, 1998. Ceramic Based Resistive Sensors, J. Electroceramics, vol. 2, no. 4, pp. 1-10, Special Issue on Sensor Materials.
  42. Kim, J., X. Song, K. Kinoshita, M. J. Madou, and R. White, 1998. Electrochemical Studies of Carbon Films from Pyrolyzed Photoresist, J. Electrochem. Soc., vol. 145, no. 7, pp. 2314-2319.
  43. Zent, A. P., R. C. Quinn, and M. Madou, 1998. A Thermo-Acoustic Gas Sensor Array for the Detection of Photochemically Critical Species in the Martian Atmosphere, Planetary Space Science, vol. 46, pp. 795-803.
  44. Low, L-M., S. Seetharaman, K-Q. He, and M. J. Madou, 2000. Microactuators Toward Microvalves for Responsive Controlled Drug Delivery, Sensors and Actuators B, vol. 67, pp. 149-160.
  45. Madou, M. J., and J. Florkey, 2000. From Batch to Continuous Manufacturing of Microbiomedical Devices, Chemical Reviews, vol. 100, pp. 2679-2691.
  46. Madou, M. J., and K-Q. He, 2000. Exploitation of a Novel Artificial Muscle for Controlled Drug Delivery, Polym. Mater. Sci. Eng., vol. 83, pp. 495-497.
  47. Ranganathan, S., R. McCreery, S. M. Maijji, and M. J. Madou, 2000. Photoresist-Derived Carbon for Microelectromechanical Systems and Electrochemical Applications, J. Electrochem. Soc., vol. 147, pp. 277-282.
  48. Sheng Yao, Min Wang, and Marc Madou, 2001, A pH Electrode Based on Melt-Oxidized Iridium Oxide, Journal of The Electrochemical Society, 148(4) H29-H36
  49. Johnson, R. D., I. H. A. Badr, G. Barrett, S. Lai, Y. Lu, M. J. Madou, and L. G. Bachas, 2001. Development of a Fully-Integrated Analysis System for Ions Based on Ion-Selective Optodes and Centrifugal Microfluidics, Anal. Chem., vol. 73, pp. 3940-3946.
  50. Madou, M. J., Y. Lu, S. Lai, C. G. Koh, Y-J Juang, L. J. Lee, and B. Wenner, 2001. A Novel Design on a CD Disk for 2-Point Calibration Measurement, Sensors and Actuators A, vol. 91, no. 3, pp. 301-306.
  51. Madou, M. J., L. J. Lee, S. Daunert, S. Lai, and C. H. Shih, 2001. Design and Fabrication of CD-Like Microfluidic Platforms for Diagnostics: Microfluidic Functions, Biomedical Microdevices, vol. 3, no. 3, pp. 245-254.
  52. Lee, L.J., M. J. Madou, K. W. Koelling, S. Daunert, S. Lai, C. G. Koh, Y-J Juang, Y. Lu, and L.Yu, 2001. Design and Fabrication of CD-Like Microfluidic Platforms for Diagnostics: Polymer-Based Microfabrication, Biomedical Microdevices, vol. 3, no. 4, pp. 339-351.
  53. Min Wang, Sheng Yao, Marc Madou, A long-term stable iridium oxide pH electrode, Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical, Volume 81, Issues 2-3, 5 January 2002, Pages 313-315.
  54. Huang,Y., E. Mather, J. Bell, and M. Madou, 2002. MEMS-Based Sample Preparation for Molecular Diagnostics, Anal. Bioanal. Chem., vol. 372, pp. 49-65.
  55. Madou, M. J., L. J. Lee, K. W. Koelling, S. Daunert, S. Lai, C. G. Koh, Y-J Juang, L. Yu, and Y. Lu, 2001. Design and Fabrication of Polymer Microfluidic Platforms for Biomedical Applications, ANTEC-SPE 59th, vol. 3, pp. 2534-2538 (May).
  56. Wang, M., S. Yao, and M. Madou, 2002. A Long-Term Stable Iridium Oxide pH Electrode, Sensors and Actuators Part B, Chemical, vol. 81, no. 2-3, pp. 313-315.
  57. Badr, I. H. A., R. D. Johnson, M. J. Madou, and L. G. Bachas, 2002. Fluorescent Ion-Selective Optode Membranes Incorporated onto a Centrifugal Microfluidics Platform, Anal. Chem., 2002, 74 (21), pp 5569–5575
  58. L. Yu, C. G. Koh, L. J. Lee, K. W. Koelling, and M. J. Madou, ”Experimental Investigation and Numerical Simulation of Injection Molding with Micro-Features”, Polym. Eng. Sci. 42:871 (2002).
  59. Kassegne, S., H. Reese, P. Swanson, and M. J. Madou, 2002. Micro Electro-Optical DNA Array Sensor, Full Paper Published in the Proceedings of the SPIE Conference on Smart Structures and Materials, San Diego, CA, March 17-21. 
  60. Kassegne, S., R. Whitten, and M. J. Madou, 2002. Design Issues in SOI-Based High-Sensitivity Piezoresistive Cantilever Devices, Full Paper Published in the Proceedings of the SPIE Conference on Smart Structures and Materials, San Diego, CA, March 17-21, 2002.
  61. Amit Singh, Jaishankar Jayaram, Marc. Madou, and Sheikh Akbar, 2002. Pyrolysis of Negative Photoresists to Fabricate Carbon Structures for Microelectromechanical Systems and Electrochemical Applications, Journal of The Electrochemical Society, 149(3) E78-E83.
  62. Deo, S.K., E.A.Moschou, S.F.Petue, L.G.Bachas, S.Daunert, P.Eisenhardt and M.J.Madou, Responsive Drug Delivery Systems, May 1, Anal.Chem., 207A-213A, 2003.
  63. Samuel K. Kassegne, Howard Reese, Dalibor Hodko, Joon M. Yang, Kamal Sarkar, Dan Smolko, Paul Swanson, Daniel E. Raymond, Michael J. Heller, Marc J. Madou, 2003, Numerical modeling of transport and accumulation of DNA on electronically active biochips, Sensors and Actuators B. 94(2003) 81-98
  64. M.J.Madou, Cubiciotti, R.,"Scaling Issues in Chemical and Biological Sensors (Invited Paper),"IEEE, Special Issue on Chemical and Biological Microsensors. Eds. Casalnuovo, S and Brown R.B., 2003, volume 91, issue 6.
  65. Kunal Vaed, John Florkey, Sheikh A. Akbar, Marc J. Madou, John J. Lannutti and Sean Cahill, An Additive Micromolding Approach for the Development of Micromachined Ceramic Substrates for RF Applications, JOURNAL OF MICROELECTROMECHANICAL SYSTEMS, VOL. 13, NO. 3, JUNE 2004
  66. Siyi Lai, Shengnian Wang, Jun Luo, L. James Lee, Shang-Tian Yang, and Marc J. Madou, 2003, Design of a Compact Disk-like Microfluidic Platform for Enzyme-Linked Immunosorbent Assay, Anal. Chem. 2003,76, 1832-2837.
  67. L. G. Puckett, E. Dikici, S. Lai, M. Madou, L. G. Bachas, and S. Daunert, Investigation Into the Applicability of the Centrifugal Microfluidics Platform for the Development of Protein-Ligand Binding Assays Incorporating EGFP as a Fluorescent Reporter, Anal. Chem., 76, 7263-7268, 2004
  68. Moshou, E., S.F.Petue, L.G.Bachas, M.J.Madou, and S. Daunert, Novel Artificial Muscle Material with Fast Electroactuation under Neutral pH Conditions, Chem. Mat. 16, 2499-2502, 2004.
  69. Chunlei Wang, Lili Taherabadi, Guangyao Jia, and Marc Madou, “C-MEMS for the Manufacture of 3D Microbatteries,” Electrochemical and Solid State Letters, 7(11) (2004) A435-A438.
  70. Jim Zoval and Marc J. Madou, Centrifuge Based Fluidic Platforms, Proceedings of the IEEE on Biomedical Applications for MEMS and Microfluidics. Issue Date: Jan 2004, Volume: 92 Issue:1 On page(s): 140 - 153
  71. Kim, J.; Jang, S. H.; Jia, G.; Zoval, J. V.; Da Silva N. A. and Marc J. Madou, Cell Lysis On a Microfluidic CD (Compact Disc) Lab On a Chip 4 (5): 516-522, 2004.
  72. Chunlei Wang and Marc Madou, From MEMS to NEMS with Carbon, Biosensors and Bioelectronics, 20 (10), (2005) 2181-2187.
  73. Ma, K. S.; Zhou, H.; Zoval, J.; Madou, M., Detection of DNA Hybridization using Adjacent Impedance Probing (AIP) Method. Journal of the Association for Laboratory Automation, Volume 10, Issue 4, August 2005, Pages 219-224.
  74. Régis Peytavi, Frédéric R. Raymond, Dominic Gagné, François J. Picard, Guangyao Jia, Jim Zoval, Marc Madou, Karel Boissinot, Maurice Boissinot, Luc Bissonnette, Marc Ouellette and Michel G. Bergeron. Microfluidic Device for Rapid (<15 min) Automated Microarray Hybridization, Clinical Chemistry. 2005; 51:1836-1844.
  75. Marc Madou, Jim Zoval, Guangyao Jia, Horacio Kido, Jitae Kim, and  Nahui Kim. Lab on a CD. Annual Review of Biomedical Engineering Vol. 8: 601-628 (Volume publication date August 2006). First published online as a Review in Advance on May 2, 2006.
  76. Wang, C.; Jia, G.; Taherabadi, L. and Madou, M. J. A Novel Method for the Fabrication of High Aspect Ratio C-MEMS, IEEE Journal of Microelectromechanical Systems 14(2) (2005) 348-358.
  77. B. Y. Park, L. Taherabadi, C. Wang, J. Zoval, and M. J. Madou, Electrical Properties and Shrinkage of Carbonized Photoresist Films and the Implications for C-MEMS Devices in Conductive Media, J. Electrochem. Soc. 152, (2005) J136-J143.
  78.  Benjamin Y. Park, Marc J. Madou, 3D electrode designs for flow-through dielectrophoresis systems, Electrophoresis 2005, 26, 3745-3757.
  79. J. D. Ehrick, S. K. Deo, T. W. Browning, L. G. Bachas, M. J. Madou, and S. Daunert, Genetically Engineered Protein in Hydrogels Tailors Stimuli-Responsive Characteristics, Nat. Mat. 4, 298-302, 2005.
  80. Rothert, L. Millner, L. G. Puckett, S. K. Deo, M. J. Madou, and S. Daunert, Whole Cell Reporter Gene-Based Biosensing Systems on a Compact Disc Microfluidics Platform, Anal. Biochem. 342, 11-19, 2005.
  81. G. Jia, K-S Ma, J. Kim, J.V. Zoval, R. Peytavi, M.G. Bergeron, M.J. Madou, Dynamic Automated DNA Hybridization on a CD (compact disc) Fluidic Platform, Sensors and Actuators B 114, 173-181, 2006.
  82. Ma, K. S.; Zhou, H.; Zoval, J.; Madou, M., DNA hybridization detection by label free versus impedance amplifying label with impedance spectroscopy. Sensors and Actuators B-Chemical 2006, 114, (1), 58-64.
  83. Park, B. Y., Paradiso, A., Kawabe, M., Madou, M. J. (2006). A Novel Dielectrophoretic Oil Filter. Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers. Part D, Journal of Automobile Engineering, 220(4), 481-496.
  84. E. A. Moschou, M. J. Madou, L. G. Bachas, and S. Daunert, Voltage-Switchable Artificial Muscles Actuating at Near Neutral pH, Sens. Act. B., 115, 379-383, 2006.
  85. Elizabeth A. Moschou, Adrianne D. Nicholson, Guangyao Jia, Jim V. Zoval, Marc J. Madou, Leonidas G. Bachas, and Sylvia Daunert, Design and Integration of Fractionation and Isolation Microfluidic Features on Centrifugal Microfluidic Platforms for the Analysis of Biomolecules, Anal. Bioanal. Chem. 385, 596-605, 2006.
  86. Benjamin Y. Park and Marc Madou, Design, Fabrication, and Initial Testing of a Miniature PEM Fuel Cell with Micro-scale Pyrolyzed Carbon Fluidic Plates, Journal of Power Sources 162, 369-379, 2006.
  87. Han Xu, Valery V. Konovalov, Cristian I. Contescu, Stephen M. Jaffe, Marc Madou, Water transport in a non-aqueous, polypyrrole electrochemical cell, Sensors and Actuators B, 114, 248-253, 2006.
  88. Han Xu, Chong Wang, Chunlei Wang, Jim Zoval, and Marc Madou, Polymer Actuator Valves toward Controlled Drug Delivery Application, Biosensors and Bioelectronics, Vol 21/11, (2006) 2094-2099.
  89. Joshua Hyong-Seok Kim, Alia Marafie, Xi-Yu Jia, Jim V. Zoval, and Marc J. Madou, Characterization of DNA Hybridization Kinetics in a Microfluidic Flow Channel, Sensors and Actuators B 113 (2006) 281–289.
  90. Kartikeya Malladi, Chunlei Wang, and Marc Madou, Microfabrication of Suspended C-MEMS Structures by EB Writer and Pyrolysis, Carbon, 44(13), (2006) 2602- 2607.
  91. J. D. Ehrick, S. Bachas-Daunert, S. M. Stokes, E. A. Moschou, S. K. Deo, L. G. Bachas, M. J. Madou and S. Daunert, Stimuli-Responsive Hydrogels Based on Hinge-Motion Binding Proteins as Recognition Elements, Polymer Preprints 47(2), 1106-1107, 2006.
  92. Galobardes, F., Wang, C., Madou, M. J. (2006). Investigation on the Solid Electrolyte Interface Formed on Anodes for Li-ion Batteries Fabricated by Carbon-Microelectromechanical System Technology. Diamond and Related Materials, 15, 1930-1934.
  93. Nicholson, A. D.; Moschou, E. A.; Jia, G.; Zoval, J.; Bachas, L. G.; Madou, M. J., Zoval, J. and Daunert, S. Protein Chromatographic Analysis on Methacrylate-Based Monolithic Columns Integrated on Compact Disk Microfluidic Platforms, Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry, V. 385, N. 3, 2006, pp 596-605.
  94. A. S. Watts, A. A. Urbas, E. Moschou, V. G. Gavalas, J. V. Zoval, M. Madou, and L. G. Bachas, Centrifugal Microfluidics with Integrated Sensing Microdome Optodes for Multi-Ion Detection, Anal. Chem., 79, 8046-8054 (2007).
  95. Kido, H., Micic, M., Smith, D., Zoval, J., Norton, J., Madou, M. J. A Novel, Compact Disc-like Centrifugal Microfluidics System for Cell Lysis and Sample Homogenization. Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces. Accepted: August 25, 2007.
  96. Han-Kuan A Tsai, Kuo-Sheng Ma, Chong Wang, Han Xu, Chunlei Wang, Jim Zoval, Lawrence Kulinsky and Marc Madou, Development of Integrated Protection for Miniaturized Implantable Controlled Drug Delivery System, Smart Mater. Struct. 16, (2007) S295-S299.
  97. Han-Kuan A. Tsai, Marc Madou, Microfabrication of Bilayer Polymer Actuator Valves for Controlled Drug Delivery, Journal of the Association for Laboratory Automation, Volume 12, Issue 5, October 2007, Pages 291-295
  98. Nahui Kim, Catherine Dempsey, Chih-Jen Kuan, Jim Zoval, Eyleen O'Rourke Gary Ruvkun, Marc Madou and Ji Sze. Gravity Force Transduced by the MEC-4/MEC 10 DEG/ENaC Channel Modulates DAF-16/FoxO Activity in Caenorhabditis elegans, Genetics 177: 835-45 2007.
  99. Wang, C., Zaouk, R., Madou, M. J. Local chemical vapor deposition of carbon nanofibers from photoresist. Carbon, 44, 3073-3077, 2006.
  100. Nahui Kim, Catherine M. Dempsey, Jim V. Zoval, Ji-Ying Sze, and Marc J. Madou, Automated microfluidic compact disc (CD) cultivation system of C. elegans, Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical, 122 (2), (2007), 511-518.
  101. Tsai, H. A., Ma, K., Wang, C., Xu, H., Wang, C., Zoval, J., Kulinsky, L., Madou, M. J. Development of Integrated Protection for Miniaturized Implantable Controlled Drug Delivery System. Smart Mater. Struct., 16, S295-S299, 2007.
  102. Benjamin Y. Park, Rabih Zaouk, Chunlei Wang, Marc J. Madou, A Case for Fractal Electrodes for Electrochemical Applications, J. Electrochem. Soc., 154 (2) (2007) P1-P5.
  103. Guangyao Jia, Jonathan Siegrist, Chengwu Deng, Jim V. Zoval, Gale Stewart, Régis Peytavi, Ann Huletsky, Michel G. Bergeron, Marc J. Madou, A Low-Cost, Disposable Card for Rapid Polymerase Chain Reaction, Colloids Surf. B: Biointerfaces Special Edition, 58(1) (2007), 52-60.
  104. G. Turon Teixidor, R. Gorkin, P. Tripathi, G. Bisht, M. Kulkarni, T. Maiti, T. Battacharyya, J. Subramaniam, A. Sharma, B. Park, M. Madou, Carbon-MEMS as a Substratum for Cell Growth, Journal of Biomedical Materials, 3 (3), 034116, 2008.
  105. R.A. Lambert, S. Das, M.J. Madou, S. Chakraborty, R.H. Rangel, Rapid Macromolecular Synthesis in a Microfluidic Channel with an Oscillating Flap, International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, Volume 51, Issues 17-18, August 2008, Pages 4367-4378.
  106. Hong-Seok Min, Benjamin Y Park, Lili Taherabadi, Chunlei Wang, Yuting Yeh, Rabih Zaouk, Marc J. Madou, and Bruce Dunn, Fabrication and properties of a carbon/polypyrrole three-dimensional microbattery Journal of Power Sources, 2008, 178 (2), 795–800.
  107. Jitae Kim, Horacio Kido, Roger H. Rangel, Marc J. Madou, Passive flow switching valves on a centrifugal microfluidic platform, Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical, Volume 128, Issue 2, 15 January 2008, Pages 613-621.
  108. Chunlei Wang, Rabih Zaouk, Benjamin Park, and Marc Madou, Carbon as a MEMS Material: Micro and Nano Fabrication of Pyrolyzed Photoresist Carbon (invited review paper), International Journal of Manufacturing Technology and Management, 2008, 13, 360-375.  
  109. Lin, P., Park, B. Y., Madou, M. J., Development and Characterization of a Miniature PEM Fuel Cell Stack with Carbon Bipolar Plates. Journal of Power Sources, 176(1), 207-214, 2008.
  110. Xu, H., Malladi, K., Wang, C., Kulinsky, L., Song, M., Madou, M. J. (2008). Carbon post-microarrays for glucose sensors. Biosensors and Bioelectronics, 23, 1637-1644, 2008.
  111. R. Martinez-Duarte, S. Cito, E. Collado-Arredondo, S. O. Martinez and M. Madou, Fluido-dynamic and Electromagnetic Characterization of 3D Carbon Dielectrophoresis with Finite Element Analysis, Sensors & Transducers Journal, Vol. 3, Special Issue, 25-36, 2008.
  112. G. Turon Teixidor, R. Zaouk, B. Park, M. Madou, Fabrication and characterization of three-dimensional carbon electrodes for lithium-ion batteries, Journal of Power Sources, 183(2), 730-740, 2008.
  113. X. Casadevall i Solvas, R.A. Lambert, L. Kulinsky, R.H. Rangel and M.J. Madou, Au/PPy Actuators for Active Micromixing and Mass Transport Enhancement, Micro and Nano Systems, Vol. 1, pp. 2-11, 2009.
  114. Zahra Noroozi, Horacio Kido, Miodrag Micic, Hansheng Pan, Christian Bartolome, Marko Princevac, Jim Zoval, and Marc Madou, Reciprocating flow-based centrifugal microfluidics mixer Rev. Sci. Instrum. 80 075102 (2009).
  115. Rouabah, H. A., Park, B. Y., Zaouk, R. B., Madou, M. J. and Green, N. G. (2009) Producing fluid flow using 3D carbon electrodes - art. no. 012072. ELECTROSTATICS 2007, 142. p. 12072.
  116. D. Chakraborty, R. Gorkin, M. Madou, L. Kulinsky, S. Chakraborty, Capillary Filling in Centrifugally Actuated Microfluidic Devices with Dynamically Evolving Contact Line Motion, Journal of Applied Physics, vol. 105, pp. 084904 (1-10), 2009. 
  117. L. H. Skjolding, G. Turon Teixidor, J. Emnéus, L. Montelius, ”Negative UV–NIL (NUV–NIL) – A mix-and-match NIL and UV strategy for realisation of nano- and micrometre structures”, Microelectronic Engineering, Volume 86, Issue 4-6  (April 2009), Pages: 654-656.
  118. Chandra S. Sharma, Manish M. Kulkarni, Ashutosh Sharma, Marc Madou, Synthesis of carbon xerogel particles and fractal-like structures Chemical Engineering Science, Volume 64, Issue 7, 1 April 2009, Pages 1536-1543
  119. G. Turon Teixidor, B. Park, P. Mukherjee, Q. Kang, M. Madou, Modeling Fractal Electrodes for Li-Ion Batteries, Electrochimica Acta, Volume 54, Issue 24, 1 October 2009, Pages 5928-5936.
  120. J. Siegrist, R. Peytavi, M. Bergeron, and M. Madou, 2009, Microfluidics for IVD Analysis: Triumphs and Hurdles of Centrifugal Platforms - Part 1: Molecular Fundamentals, IVD Technology, 15 (November/December). 
  121. J. Siegrist, R. Peytavi, M. Bergeron, and M. Madou, 2010, Microfluidics for IVD Analysis: Triumphs and Hurdles of Centrifugal Platforms - Part 2: Centrifugal Microfluidics, IVD Technology, 16 (January/February).
  122. J. Siegrist, R. Peytavi, M. Bergeron, and M. Madou, 2010, Microfluidics for IVD Analysis: Triumphs and Hurdles of Centrifugal Platforms - Part 3: A Vision for Tomorrow, IVD Technology DX Directions, (March).
  123. J. Siegrist, R. Gorkin, L. Clime, E. Roy, R. Peytavi, H. Kido, M. Bergeron, T. Veres, and M. Madou, 2010, Serial Siphon Valving for Centrifugal Microfluidic Platforms, Microfluidics and Nanofluidics, 9, 55-63.
  124. J. Siegrist, R. Gorkin, M. Bastien, G. Stewart, R. Peytavi, H. Kido, M. Bergeron, and M. Madou, 2010, Validation of a Centrifugal Microfluidic Sample Lysis and Homogenization Platform for Nucleic Acid Extraction with Clinical Samples, Lab on a Chip, 10, 363-371.
  125. J. Siegrist, M. Amasia, N. Singh, D. Banerjee, and M. Madou, 2010, Numerical Modeling and Experimental Validation of Uniform Microchamber Filling in Centrifugal Microfluidics, Lab on a Chip, 10, 876-886.
  126. R. Gorkin, J. Park, J. Siegrist, M. Amasia, B. Lee, J. Park, J. Kim, H. Kim, M. Madou, and Y. Cho, 2010, Centrifugal Microfluidics for Biomedical Applications, Lab on a Chip, 10, 1758–1773.
  127. Yun Wang, Liem Pham, Guilherme Porto Salerno de Vasconcellos, Marc Madou, Fabrication and characterization of micro PEM fuel cells using pyrolyzed carbon current collector plates, Journal of Power Sources, Volume 195, Issue 15, 1 August 2010, Pages 4796-4803.
  128. Sharma CS, Katepalli H, Sharma A, Madou M. Fabrication and electrical conductivity of suspended carbon nanofiber arrays. 1727-1732. Carbon, December 2010.
  129. Sharma CS, Sharma A, Madou M. Multiscale Carbon Structures Fabricated by Direct MicroPatterning of Electrospun Mats of SU-8 Photoresist Nanofibers, Langmuir 2010, 26(4),2218-2222.
  130. Martinez-Duarte R, Gorkin III RA, Abi-Samra K, Madou MJ. The integration of 3D carbon-electrode dielectrophoresis on a CD-like centrifugal microfluidic platform. Lab on a Chip 2010 (April);10(8):1030-43.
  131. R. Gorkin, L. Clime, M. Madou, H. Kido. Pneumatic Pumping in Centrifugal Microfluidic Platforms – Journal of Microfluidics and Nanofluidics, 2010 (February), Volume 9, Issue 1, p 541-549.
  132. J. Siegrist, T. Kazarian, C. Ensor, S. Joel, M. Madou, P. Wang, and S. Daunert, 2010, Continuous Glucose Sensor Using Novel Genetically-Engineered Binding Polypeptides Towards In vivo Applications, Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical, 149, 51-58. 
  133. M. C. Jaramillo, E. Torrents, R. Martinez-Duarte, M. Madou and A. Juarez. On-line separation of bacterial cells by carbon-electrode dielectrophoresis. Electrophoresis, September, 2010.
  134. M. Amasia and M. Madou, “Large-volume Centrifugal microfluidic device for Blood Plasma Separation,” Bioanalysis, October 2010;2(10):1701-10.
  135. Rammohan A, Dwivedi PK, Martinez-Duarte R, Katepalli H, Madou MJ, Sharma A. One-step maskless grayscale lithography for the fabrication of 3-dimensional structures in SU-8. Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical, 31 March 2011; 153(1): 125-134.
  136. Casadevall i Solvas X, Lambert RA, Kulinsky L, Rangel RH, Madou MJ. Micromixing and flow manipulation with polymer microactuators. Microfluid Nanofluid DOI 10.1007/s10404-011-0806-5, April 2011.
  137. Martinez-Duarte R, Renaud P, Madou MJ. A novel approach to dielectrophoresis using carbon electrodes. Electrophoresis, pp.2385-2392, Jul. 2011.
  138. Chakraborty D, Madou M, Chakraborty, S. Anomalous mixing behaviour in rotationally actuated microfluidic devices. Lab on a chip. July 2011.
  139. Noroozi Z, Kido H, Peytavi R, Nakajima-Sasaki R, Jasinskas A, Micic M, Felgner PL, Madou MJ. A multiplexed immunoassay system based upon reciprocating centrifugal microfluidics. Rev. Sci. Instrum. 82, 064303, June 2011.
  140. Abi-Samra K, Clime L, Kong L, Gorkin R, Kim TH, Cho YK, Madou M. Thermo-pneumatic pumping in centrifugal microfluidic platforms. Microfluidics and Nanofluidics. June 2011.
  141. Bisht GB, Canton G, Mirsepassi A, Kulinsky L, Oh S, Dunn-Rankin D, Madou MJ. Controlled Continuous Patterning of Polymeric Nanofibers on 3D Substrates Using Low-Voltage Near-Field Electrospinning, Nanoletters, March 2011; 11 (4).
  142. Heo JI, Shim DS, Turon Teixidor G, Oh S, Shin H, Madou MJ. Carbon Interdigitated Array Nanoelectrodes for Electrochemical Applications, Journal of the Electrochemical Society, January 2011; 158 (3): J76-J80.
  143. Abi-Samra K, Hanson R, Madou M, Gorkin R. Infrared controlled waxes for liquid handling and storage on a CD-microfluidic platform. Lab on a Chip, February  2011; 11(4): 723-726.
  144. Chang-hsiu Chen, Anna Torrents, Lawrence Kulinsky, Richard D. Nelson, Marc J. Madou, Lorenzo Valdevit, John C. LaRue. Mechanical Characterizations of Cast Poly(3,4-ethylenedioxythiophene) : Poly(styrenesulfonate)/Polyvinyl Alcohol thin films. Synthetic Metals, Accepted for publication August 21, 2011.
  145. Robert Gorkin, Salar Soroori, William Southard, Liviu Clime, Lawrence Kulinsky, Horacio Kido and Marc Madou. Suction-Enhanced Siphon Valves for Centrifugal Microfluidic Platforms. Microfluidics and Nanofluidics, September 12, 2011.
  146. Noroozi Z, Kido H, and Madou MJ. Electrolysis-Induced Pneumatic Pressure for Control of Liquids in a Centrifugal System. Journal of The Electrochemical Society. 2011. Accepted for publication.

Archived Conferences (Proceedings)

  1. Madou, M. J., W. P. Gomes, and F. Cardon, 1977. Stabilization of the GaP/Electrolyte Photovoltaic Cell, Proc. Int. Photovoltaic Energy Conf., Luxembourg, 27-30 September (D. Reidel Publishing Company, Dordrecht, Holland/Boston, Ma), pp. 415-424.
  2. Madou, M. J., W. P. Gomes, and F. Cardon, 1978. The Electrochemical Behavior GaP-Electrodes under Illumination, Extended Abstracts, 2nd. International Conference on Photochemical Conversion and Storage of Solar Energy, August, Cambridge, England, pp.111-113.
  3. Madou, M. J., K. W. Frese, Jr., and S. R. Morrison, 1980. Photoelectrochemical Corrosion of Semiconductors for Solar Cells, Proc. Soc. Photo-Opt. Instrum. Eng., vol. 248, pp. 88-95. Madou, M. , 1981. Zonneenergieconversie aan de Fasegrens Silicium/Elektrolyt (in Dutch: translation = Solar Energy Conversion at the Silicon/Electrolyte Interface), Dag der Jongeren, Mei, Brussel , Vlaamse Chemische Verenining, pp. F04-01-F4-03.
  4. Morrison, S. R., M. J. Madou, and K. W. Frese, Jr., 1981. Photocorrosion in Solar Cells, Proc. Symp. Photoeffects at Semiconductors-Electrolyte Interfaces, A. Nozik, ed., ACS Symposium Series No. 146 (American Chemical Society, Washington, D.C.).
  5. Madou, M., W. P. Gomes, and F. Cardon, 1981. Een Elektrochemische Zonnebatterij op de Basis van n- and p-Type Si (in Dutch: translation = An Electrochemical Solar Battery Based on n- and p-type Silicium), Nederlands Tijdschrift voor Fotonica 7, pp. 21.
  6. Madou, M. J., K. Kinoshita, M. C. H. McKubre, and S. Szpak, 1983. Electrocatalysis Studies on the Cathodic Reduction of Thionyl Chloride, Proc. Symp. Chemistry and Physics of Electrolysis," Spring Meeting, San Francisco (American Chemical Society, Washington, D.C.).
  7. Madou, M. J., S. Gaisford, and A. Sher, 1986. A Multifunctional Sensor for Humidity, Temperature and Oxygen, Proc. of the 2nd Int. Meeting on Chemical Sensors, Bordeaux.
  8. Madou, M. J., S. Gaisford, B. Suva, and P. Ross, 1986. Detailed Impedance Analysis of Potasium-Sensitive Membranes, Proc. of the 2nd Int. Meeting on Chemical Sensors, Bordeaux.
  9. Suva, R., V. Rimer, S. Brandt, M. J. Madou, and P. Ross, 1986. All Solid-Sate Urea Sensor, Proc. of the 2nd Int. Meeting on Chemical Sensors, Bordeaux.
  10. Madou, M. J., and A. Agarwal, 1986. SiC as a High-Temperature Semiconductor pH Sensor, Proc. of the 2nd Int. Meeting on Chemical Sensors, Bordeaux.
  11. Madou, M. J., and T. Otagawa, 1989. Micron and Submicron Electrochemical Sensors, in "Process and Sensing Diagnostics," J. J. Ulbrecht, Ed. AIChE Symp. Ser. 267, vol. 85, p. 7.
  12. Hesketh, P. J., M. J. Madou, T. Otagawa, J. Joseph, and A. Saaman, 1989. A Silicon-based Microelectrochemical Blood-Gas Sensing Probe, Electrochem.Soc. Spring Meeting Proc., p. 923.
  13. Joseph, J., M. J. Madou, T. Otagawa, P. Hesketh, and A. Saaman, 1989. Catheter-based Micromachined Electrochemical Sensors, SPIE-Catheter-based Sensing and ImagingTechnology, vol. 1068, p.18.
  14. Hesketh, P. J., M. J. Madou, T. Otagawa, J. Joseph, and J. N. Nikolchev, 1990. The Application of Micromachining to Biomedical Sensors, Proc. Sensors Expo, p. 305D-1.
  15. Maseeh, F., J. Joseph, and M. J. Madou, 1991. Feasibility and Practicality of Monolithic Sensors, Sensor Expo West Proceedings, p. 103D-1.
  16. Madou, M. J., and S. R. Morrison, 1991. High-Field Operation of Submicrometer Devices at Atmospheric Pressure, Proc. Int. Conf. on Solid-State Sensors and Actuators, p. 145.
  17. Hines, J. W., S. A. Arnaud, M. J. Madou, J. Joseph, and A. Jina, 1991. A Coated-Wire Ion-Selective Electrode for Ionic Calcium Measurements, Sensors 2000 Program NASA-Ames Research Center.
  18. Joseph, J., A. Jina, and M. J. Madou, 1991. Separation-Free Electrochemical Immunosensors, Proc. AIChE Symp. on Electrochemical Sensors, Los Angeles.
  19. Oh, S., S. Cahill, and M. J. Madou, 1992. Thin Film Heater on a Thermally Isolated Microstructure, Proceedings of Materials Research Society Conference, April.
  20. Oh, S., H. Kim, and M. J. Madou, 1992. In-situ Electrochemical Oil-Quality Sensor, 4th International Meeting on Chemical Sensors.
  21. Oh, S., T. Otagawa, and M. J. Madou, 1992. Fluoride-Based, Low Temperature Solid Electrolyte Fuel Cell, 27th Intersociety Energy Conversion Engineering Conference.
  22. Madou, M. J., S. Oh, and T. Otagawa, 1992. Low Temperature Solid State Oxygen Sensor, ICMCTF-92 (International Conference on Metallurgical Coatings and Thin Films), San Diego, April.
  23. Oh, S., and M. J. Madou, 1992. Planar-Type, Gas-Diffusion-Controlled Oxygen Sensor Fabricated by the Plasma Spray Method, 4th International Meeting on Chemical Sensors.
  24. Madou, M. J., 1994. Compatibility and Incompatibility of Chemical Sensors and Analytical Equipment with Micromachining, Invited paper, Solid-State Sensor and Actuator Workshop, Hilton Head Island, Technical Digest, pp. 164-171.
  25. Joseph, J., and M. Madou, 1992. Outlook for Chemical and Biosensors in the 1990s, Proceedings Sensor Expo West, Anaheim, CA, April 14-16.
  26. Madou, M. J., 1995. Si Micromachining: The Newest Precision Engineering Tool, J. Electrochem. Soc., Chicago, October 8-13.
  27. Somps, C., M. J. Madou, and J. Hines, 1996. Telemetric Ion Selective Electrodes for In Vivo Applications, The Sixth International Meeting on Chemical Sensors, Gaithersburg, Md., July 22-25.
  28. Somps, C. J., M. J. Madou, and J. W. Hines, 1997. Effect of Rat Subcutaneous Tissue on a Polymeric Membrane pH Sensor, in Biotelemetry XIV, Proceedings of the Fourteenth International Symposium on Biotelemetry, Tectum Verlag, Marburg, Germany, April 6-11, pp. 105-112.
  29. Madou, M. J., A. Lal, G. Schmidt, X. Song, K. Kinoshita, M. Fendorf, A. Zettl, and R. White, 1997. Carbon Micromachining (C-MEMS), Proceedings of JECS, Paris.
  30. Quinn, R., M. J. Madou, A. Ricco, A. Zent, B. Chen, and R. White, 1997. A Performance Optimized Gas Sensing Array through Instrument Hybridization, Proceedings of JECS, Paris.
  31. Madou, M. J., Y. Zhang, C.C. Wang, and S. A. Akbar, 1997. MEMS Chemical Sensors for Automotive Applications, SAE Proceedings Sensors Expo, Detroit, pp. 329-335.
  32. Yao, S., Y-S. Zhang, and M. J. Madou, 1998. Telemetric Carbon Dioxide Sensor for Medical Applications, Technical Digest of the Seventh International Meeting on Chemical Sensors, July 27-30, pp. 494-496.
  33. Black, J. P., B. Chen, R. M. White, M. Madou, and R. Quinn, 1998. Evaluation of the Relative Sensitivity of SAW and Flexural Plate Wave Devices for Atmospheric Sensing, NASA-Ames Research Report NCC2-5185, January.
  34. Somps, C. J., M. J. Madou, and J. W. Hines, 1998. Microfabricated Electrochemical Sensors for Chronic Physiologic Monitoring, in Proceedings of Biomedical Sensing and Imaging Technologies, Progress in Biomedical Optics, vol. 3253, pp. 199-207.
  35. Akbar, S. A., P. K. Dutta, Y. Wang, B. R. Patton and M. J. Madou. Multicisciplinary Curriculum in Sensor Materials, Proceedings of ICEE-99, August 10-14, 1999, Ostrava-Prague, Czech Republic, CD-ROM Edition.
  36. Black, J. P., B. Chen, R. Quinn, R. M. White, and M. Madou, 2000. A Comparison of the Performance of Surface Acoustic and Flexural Plate Devices as the Detector in a Gas Chromatograph. Ultrasonic Symposium, San Juan, Puerto Rico.
  37. Madou, M. J., K-Q. He, and A. Shenderova, 2000. Fabrication of Artificial Muscle Based Valves for Controlled Drug Delivery, Micro Total Anal. Syst. Proc. µ-TAS Symp., 4th, pp. 147-150.
  38. Madou, M. J., Y. Lu, S. Lai, L. J. Lee and S. Daunert, 2000. A Centrifugal Microfluidic Platform: A Comparison, Micro Total Anal. Syst. Proc. µ - TAS Symp., 4th, pp. 565-570.
  39. Wenner, B. R., P. M. Douglass, M. J. Madou and S. Daunert, 2000. Biosensing on the CD Microfluidics Platform with Genetically Engineered Proteins, Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) Technical Paper Series, from the International Conference on Environmental Systems.
  40. Douglass, P. M., B. R. Wenner, G. Barrett, P-H. Hsu, Y. Juang, L. J. Lee, M. J. Madou and S. Daunert, 2000. Coupling Genetically Engineered Proteins and Microfluidics: Fluorescence Detection on the LabCD, Proc. American Institute of Chemical Engineers National Meeting.
  41. Douglass, P. M., B. R. Wenner, R. D. Johnson, G. Barrett, J. C. Ball, P-H. Hsu, J. Lee, L. G. Bachas, M. Madou, and S. Daunert, 2000. Biomimetic Detection Schemes on the LabCD, Proceedings, NanoSpace2000, The Institute for Advanced Interdisciplinary Research, Houston, TX.
  42. P. M. Douglass, L. L. E Salins, B. R. Wenner, S. Ramanathan, J. Lee, M. J. Madou, and S. Daunert, "Coupling Genetically Engineered Proteins and Microfluidics: Fluorescence Detection on the LabCD", American Institute of Chemical Engineers, March 3-5, 2000, Atlanta, GA.
  43. M.J. Madou, L.J. Lee, K.W. Koelling, S. Daunert, Siyi Lai, Yi-Je Juang, L. Yu, Y. Lu and C.G. Koh, "Microfabrication of Polymer Microfluidic Platforms for BioMEMS Applications," BioMEMS and BioMedical Nanotechnology World 2000, Columbus Ohio, Sept 2000.
  44. B.R. Wenner, P.M. Douglass, Y. Lu, Siyi Lai, Yi-Je Juang, L.J. Lee, M.J. Madou, and S. Daunert, "Biosensing on the CD Microfluidic Platform with Genetically Engineered Proteins," 30th International Conference on Environmental Systems, Toulouse, France, July 2000.
  45. Marc J. Madou, Yumin Lu, Siyi Lai, Yi-Je Juang, L. James Lee, and Sylvia Daunert, "A Novel Design on a CD Disk for 2-Point Calibration Measurement", 191-194, Solid-State Sensor and Actuator Workshop, Hilton Head Island, South Carolina, June 4-8 2000.
  46. Douglass, P. M., B. R. Wenner, Y. Lu, S. Lai, Y. Juang, L. J. Lee, M. J. Madou, and S. Daunert, 2000. Biosensing on the CD Microfluidics Platform with Genetically Engineered Proteins, Proceedings of the ICES 2000, Toulouse, France, July 10-13.
  47. Douglass, P. M., J. Patel, K-Q. He, L. G. Bachas, S. Daunert, and M. J. Madou, 2000. Biologically Inspired, Intelligent Muscle Material for Sensing and Responsive Delivery of Countermeasures, Proceedings of the ICES 2000, Toulouse, France, July 10-13.
  48. Lu, Y., J.Florkey, M.J.Madou Merging of IC-Manufacturing and Traditional Manufacturing in Bio-MEMS. Eurosensors XIV, Copenhagen, Denmark, August 27-30, 2000, p.9-16.
  49. P. M. Douglass, L. L. E. Salins, B. R. Wenner, M. J. Madou, S. Daunert, "Development and Application of Genetically Engineered Reagents for Use in High-Throughput Screening of Pharmaceuticals", 219th ACS National Meeting, March 26, 2000, San Francisco, CA.
  50. B. R. Wenner, P.M. Douglass, L.L.E. Salins, M.J. Madou , S. Daunert, "Development of a Fluorescence-Based Phosphate-Sensing Platform Utilizing a Genetically Engineered Phosphate-Binding Protein Entrapment Scheme", 219th ACS National Meeting, March 26, 2000, San Francisco, CA
  51. B. R. Wenner, P. M. Douglass, L. L. E. Salins, M. J. Madou, S. Daunert, "Development of a Fluorescent Phosphate Sensing Platform Using a Genetically Engineered Phosphate-Binding Protein in a Sol-Gel Entrapment Scheme" CMACS, May 19, 2000, Covington, KY.
  52. P. M. Douglass, B. R. Wenner, G. Barrett, P.-H. Hsu, M. J. Madou, S. Daunert, "Development and Applicaion of Biosensing Systems for Use in High-Throughput Screening of Pharmaceuticals, Clinical Diagnostics, and Environmental Monitoring” The Sixth World Congress on Biosensors, May 24, 2000, San Diego, CA.
  53. Wenner, B. R., P. M. Douglass, G. Barrett, P. Hsu, Y. Juang, Y., J. Lee, M. J. Madou, and S. Daunert, 2000. Coupling Genetically Engineered Proteins and Microfluidics: Fluorescence Detection on the LabCD, Proceedings of the ICES 2000, Toulouse, France, July 10-13.
  54. Madou, M. J., S. Lai, L. J. Lee, and S. Daunert, 2000. Microfluidic Analysis of a Centrifugal Platform for Medical Diagnostics, AIChE Annual Meeting, Los Angeles, CA, November.
  55. Madou, M. J., L. J. Lee, K. W. Koelling, S. Daunert, S. Lai, Y-J Juang, L. Yu, Y. Lu, and C. G. Koh, 2000. Microfabrication of Polymer Microfluidic Platforms for BioMEMS Applications, BioMEMS and BioMedical Nanotechnology World 2000, Columbus, OH, September 2000.
  56. Madou, M. J., Y. Lu, S. Lai, Y-J Juang, L. J. Lee, and S. Daunert, 2000. A Novel Design on a CD Disc for a Two-Point Calibration Measurement, Solid-State Sensor & Actuator Workshop, Hilton Head, pp. 191-194, June.
  57. Madou, M. J., Y. Lu, S. Lai, L. J. Lee, and S. Daunert, 2000. A Centrifugal Microfluidic Platform: A Comparison, Proceedings of the MicroTAS 2000 Symposium, Enschede, The Netherlands, pp. 565-570, May.
  58. B. R. Wenner, P.M. Douglass, L.L.E. Salins, M.J. Madou , S. Daunert, "Development of a Fluorescence-Based Phosphate-Sensing Platform Utilizing a Genetically Engineered Phosphate-Binding Protein Entrapment Scheme", 219th ACS National Meeting, March 26, 2000, San Francisco, CA.
  59. P. M. Douglass, B. R. Wenner, G. Barrett, M. J. Madou, S. Daunert, "Design and Fabrication of a Compact Disc-Based Microfluidic Platform (the LabCD) for Use with Genetically-Engineered Reagents for Analyte Detection" CMACS, May 19, 2000, Covington, KY.
  60. M. J. Madou, Y. Lu, S. Lai, Y. Juang, L. J. Lee, S. Daunert, "A Novel Design on a CD disc for 2-Point Calibration Measurement", Hilton Head 2000 Solid State Sensor & Actuator Workshop, June 8, 2000.
  61. P. M. Douglass, B. R. Wenner, G. Barrett, P-H. Hsu, M. J. Madou, S. Daunert, "The Integration of Novel Biosensing Systems and the LabCD: New Tools for use in High-Throughput Screening, Clinical Diagnostics, and Environmental Monitoring", The Eighth International Meeting on Chemical Sensors, July 4, 2000, Basel, Switzerland.
  62. P. M. Douglass, J. D. Patel, K.-Q. He, L. G. Bachas, M. J. Madou, S. Daunert, "Biologically Inspired, Intelligent Muscle Material for Sensing and Responsive Delivery of Countermeasures", International Conference on Environmental Systems, July 13, 2000, Toulouse, France.
  63. B. R. Wenner, P. M. Douglass, Y. Lu, S. Lai, Y. Juang, L. J. Lee, M. J. Madou, S. Daunert, "Biosensing on the CD Microfluidic Platform with Genetically Engineered Proteins", International Conference on Environmental Systems, July 13, 2000, Toulouse, France.
  64. P. M. Douglass, B. R. Wenner, G. Barrett, P-H. Hus, M. J. Madou, S. Daunert, "A Novel Approach to Drug Detection and Diagnostics Employing Genetically-Engineered Binding Proteins as Biosensing Elements on a Microfluidic Based Detection Platform", Federation of Analytical Chemistry and Spectroscopy Societies Annual Meeting, September 2000, Nashville, TN.
  65. B. R. Wenner, P. M. Douglass, L. L. E. Salins, M. J. Madou, S. Daunert, "A Novel Fluorescence-Based Phosphate Sensing Platform Using a Genetically Engineered Phosphate-Binding Protein in a Sol-Gel Entrapment Scheme", Federation of Analytical Chemistry and Spectroscopy Societies Annual Meeting, September 27, 2000, Nashville, TN.
  66. P. M. Douglass, B. R. Wenner, G. Barrett, M. J. Madou, L. G. Bachas, S. Daunert, "Genetically Engineered Binding Proteins: Development of Drug Detection Systems", The International Chemical Congress of the Pacific Basin Societies, December 18, 2000, Honolulu, Hawaii.
  67. Lai, S., Y. Hudiono, L. J. Lee, S. Daunert, and M. Madou, 2001. A Novel Bonding Method for Polymer-Based Microfluidic Platforms, SPIE- Micromaching and Microfabrication Process Technology VII , Vol. 4557, pp. 280-287, San Francisco, CA.
  68. M.J. Madou, L.J. Lee, K.W. Koelling, S.Lai, C.G. Koh, Y-J. Juang, L. Yu, L. Yumin, and S. Daunert, 2001. Design and Fabrication of Polymer Microfluidic Platforms for Biomedical Applications, Proceedings of the SPIE Annual Technical Conference, ANTEC 2001, 2534-2538.
  69. M.J. Madou, L.J. Lee, K.W. Koelling, S. Daunert, Siyi Lai, C.G. Koh, Yi-Je Juang, L. Yu and Y. Lu, "Design and Fabrication of Polymer Microfluidic Platforms for Biomedical Applications”, Ann. Tech. Conf. – Soc. Plast. Eng., 2534-2538, 2001.
  70. L. James Lee, Kurt W. Koelling, Marc J. Madou, Yi-Je Juang, Chee Guan Koh, and Yumin Lu, "Polymer Based Micro-Fabrication for BioMEMS Applications", 2001 NSF Design, Manufacturing & Industrial Innovation Research Conference, Tampa, Florida, Jan 7-10 2001.
  71. Douglass, P. M., J. D. Patel, K-Q He, L. G. Bachas, M. J. Madou, and S. Daunert, 2001. Biologically Inspired, Intelligent Muscle Material for Sensing and Responsive Delivery of Countermeasures, OOICES-245.
  72. Lee, L. J., K. W. Koelling, M. J. Madou, Y-J Juang, C. G. Koh, and Y. Lu, 2001. Polymer Based Micro-Fabrication for BioMEMS Applications, 2001 NSF Design, Manufacturing & Industrial Innovation Research Conference, Tampa, FL, Jan. 7-10.
  73. Wenner, B. R., P. M. Douglass, S. Shrestha, B. V. Sharma, S. Lai, M. J. Madou, and S. Daunert, 2001. Genetically Designed Biosensing Systems for High-Throughput Screening of Pharmaceuticals, Clinical Diagnostics, and Environmental Monitoring, Proceedings of SPIE, vol. 2, pp. 59-70.
  74. Douglass, P. M., B. R. Wenner, S. Shrestha, B. V. Sharma, S. Lai, M. J. Madou, and S. Daunert, 2001. Genetically Designed Biosensing Systems for High-Throughput Screening of Pharmaceuticals, Clinical Diagnostics, and Environmental Monitoring, The International Society for Optical Engineering, San Jose, CA, January 24.
  75. Wenner, B. R., R. D. Johnson, P. M. Douglass, S. Lai, L. G. Bachas, M. J. Madou, and S. Daunert, 2001. Integrated Analysis Systems on a Compact Disc Microfluidic Platform, Nanospace Meeting, Galveston, TX, March 14.
  76. Badr, I. H. A., R. D. Johnson, G. Barrett, S. Lai, M. J. Madou, and L. G. Bachas, 2001. Fluorescence-Based Optical Sensors Integrated in a Centrifugal Microfluidics Platform, PITTCON'2001, New Orleans, LA, March 8.
  77. Douglass, P. M., S. K. Deo, C. M. Ensor, M. J. Madou, and S. Daunert, 2001. Development of an Assay for 6-keto PGF1µ Employing 15-Hydroxyprostaglandin Dehydrogenase: Sensing Prostacyclin in Physiological Fluids, 221st ACS National Meeting, San Diego, CA, April 1.
  78. Wenner, B. R., P. M. Douglass, M. J. Madou, and S. Daunert, 2001. Integration of Genetically Engineered Sensing Elements with a Compact Disc Fluidics Platform, 221st ACS National Meeting, San Diego, CA, April 1.
  79. Ehrick, J. D., S. F. Peteu, L. Moschou, L. G. Bachas, V. Gavalas, M. J. Madou, and S. Daunert, 2001. Artificial Muscle-Based Microactuators for Reversible Controlled Release, 222nd ACS National Meeting, Chicago, IL, August 20.
  80. Ehrick, J. D., S. K. Deo, L. G. Bachas, M. J. Madou, and S. Daunert, 2001. Reversibly Responsive Protein-Immobilized Hydrogels for Controlled Release, 2nd BioMEMS and Biomedical Nanotechnology World 2001, Columbus, OH, September 22.
  81. Ball, J. C., L. G. Bachas, M. J. Madou, and S. Daunert, 2001. Responsive Drug Delivery Systems: ChipRx, 2nd BioMEMS and Biomedical Nanotechnology World 2001, Columbus, OH, September 22.
  82. J. C. Ball, L. G. Bachas, M. J. Madou, S. Daunert, "Responsive Drug Delivery Systems: ChipRx", 2nd BioMEMS and Biomedical Nanotechnology World 2001, September 22, 2001, Columbus, OH.
  83. Johnson, R. D., V. Marathe, I. H. A. Badr, S. Lai, M. J. Madou, and L. G. Bachas, 2001. Ion Analysis via Centrifugal Microfluidics and Optode Arrays, 2nd BioMEMS and Biomedical Nanotechnology World 2001, Columbus, OH, September 23.
  84. Lai, S., Y. Hudiono, L. J. Lee, S. Daunert, and M. Madou, 2001. Packaging and Fluidic Analysis of Microfluidic Platforms, 2nd BioMEMS and Biomedical Nanotechnology World 2001, Columbus OH, September.
  85. Wenner, B. R., R. D. Johnson, P. M. Douglass, S. Lai, L. G. Bachas, M. J. Madou, and S. Daunert, 2001. Integrated Analysis Systems on a Compact Disc Microfluidic Platform, Nanospace. The Institute for Advanced Interdisciplinary Research Houston, TX.
  86. Lai, S., Y. Hudiono, L. J. Lee, S. Daunert, and M. J. Madou, 2002. Resin-Gas Technique for Bonding and Surface Modification of Polymer-Based Microfluidic Platforms, submitted to ANTEC SPE 2002, San Francisco, CA, May.
  87. Kassegne, S., K. Sarkar, and M. J. Madou, 2002. Characterization of Porous Membrane Elements in Microfluidic Devices, submitted to the 14th US National Congress of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics Conference, Blacksburg, VA, June 23-28.
  88. S. Kassegne, M. Madou, R. Whitten, J. Zoval, E. Mather, K. Sarkar, D. Hodko and S. Maity, "Design Issues in SOI Based High-Sensitivity Piezoresistive Cantilever Devices", SPIE, IX Annual International Conference, March 17-21, 2002, San Diego, CA.
  89. S. Kassegne, H. Reese, P. Swanson, J.M. Yang, D. Smolko, D.Hodko D. Raymond and M. Madou, "A Micro Electro-Optical DNA Array Sensor", SPIE, IX Annual International Conference, March 17-21, 2002, San Diego, CA.
  90. M.J. Madou and C.Gurtner.Bio-MEMS-The Impact of MEMS on Biotechnology in the 21st Century. DRC-60th Device Research Conference, UCB-Santa Barbara, CA, The Impact of MEMS on Biotechnology in the 21st Century, June 24, 2002.
  91. Daunert, S., E. A. Moschou, J. D. Ehrick, S. F. Peteu, S. K. Deo, J. C. Ball, L. G. Bachas, and M. J. Madou, 2002. Electro- and Bio-Chemical Microactuators for Responsive Drug Delivery, 224th ACS National Meeting, Boston, MA, August 19.
  92. S. Daunert, E. A. Moschou, J. D. Ehrick, S. F. Peteu, S. K. Deo, J. C. Ball, L. G. Bachas, M. J. Madou, "ChipRx: Responsive Drug Delivery Systems", First Annual Kentucky Innovation and Enterprise Conference, March 5, 2003, Lexington, KY.
  93. E. A. Moschou, J. D. Ehrick, S. F. Peteu, S. K. Deo, J. C. Ball, L. G. Bachas, J. Zoval, M. J. Madou, S. Daunert “Microfabricted Responsive Drug Delivery system,” Nanotech 2002, 6th Annual European conference on Micro and Nanoscale Technologies for the Biosciences, November 26, 2002, Montreux, Switzerland.
  94. "Challenges in Computational Modeling of Permeation Layers in Bio-MEMS Devices,” by K Sarkar, Sam Kassegne, Marc Madou, Dalibor Hodko, Ken Greiner, and Sandipan Maiti, Proceedings of the SIAM Conference on Computational Science and Engineering (SIAM CSE03), February 10-13, 2003, San Diego, CA.
  95. L. G. Puckett, E. Dikici, J. Zoval, M. J. Madou, L. G. Bachas and S. Daunert, "Design and Development of Centrifugal Microfluidics Platform for Protein-Based Assays", 225th ACS National Meeting, March 23, 2003, New Orleans, LA. J. D. Ehrick, E. A. Moschou, S. K. Deo, J. Zoval, M. J. Madou, L. G. Bachas, S. Daunert, "Microactuators for Responsive Drug Delivery Systems", Kentucky Nanomaterials Workshop (KyNanoMat 2003), September 25, 2003, Louisville, KY
  96. Chunlei Wang, Lili Taherabadi, Marc Madou, “Carbon-MEMS Architectures for 3-D Microbattery,” the Electrochemical Society, Orlando Florida, October 14, 2003.
  97. Chong Wang, Han Xu, Chunlei Wang, Jim Zoval, Marc Madou, “Artificial Muscle Valves for Responsive Drug Delivery Systems,” UCI, Miniaturization in Biomedicine workshop, October 20, 2003.
  98. C.L.Wang, L. Taherabadi, G.Y.Jia M. Madou, “Carbon-MEMS Architectures for 3-D Microbatteries,” UCI, Miniaturization in Biomedicine workshop, October 20, 2003.
  99. J. Feliciano, A. Rothert, S. K. Deo, L. Puckett, L. Millner, J. R. Van der Meer, M. J. Madou, S. Daunert, "Bacterial Biosensing Systems for Arsenic Detection: From the Laboratory to the Field", Superfund Basic Research Program Annual Meeting 2003, November 10, 2003, Hanover, NH.
  100. Marc Madou, Chunlei Wang, Francesc Galobardes. Investigation on the Solid Electrolyte Interface formed on anodes for Li-ion Batteries fabricated by Carbon-Microelectromechanical Systems Technology. Proc. of 2006 NSF Design, Service, and Manufacturing Grantees and Research Conference
  101. Benjamin Y. Park, Rabih Zaouk, Chunlei Wang, Marc J. Madou. Fractal Carbon-MEMS Architectures for 3D Miniature Power and Sensor Applications. Three-Dimensional Micro- and Nanoscale Battery Architectures in ECS Transactions, Volume 1
  102. Fractal Carbon-Mems Electrodes: Theory And Preliminary Fabrication. Benjamin Y. Park, Rabih Zaouk, Chunlei Wang, Jim Zoval, Marc J. Madou, Proc. of 2006 SBMicro Conference, Aug. 28, 2006, Ouro Preto-MG-Brazil
  103. K. Malladi, C. Wang, M.J. Madou, W. Xue and T. Cui, Nanotech 2006. Microfabrication and Mechanical Characterization of Suspended Carbon Microstructures. May 7-11, Boston, MA.
  104. C. Wang, H. Xu, K. Malladi and M.J. Madou. Carbon Microstructures for Glucose Biosensor. Nanotech 2006, May 7-11, Boston, MA, Technical Proceedings of the 2006 Nanotechnology Conference and Trade Show, Volume 2, Chapter 3: Bio Sensors and Diagnostics, pp.248-251
  105. G. Turon Teixidor, C. Wang and M.J. Madou. Fabrication of 3D carbon microelectrodes for Li-Ion battery applications. Nanotech 2006, May 7-11, Boston, MA, Technical Proceedings of the 2006 Nanotechnology Conference and Trade Show, Volume 3, Chapter 2: Nanoscale Fabrication, pp. 221 – 224
  106. Han Xu, Chunlei Wang, Lawrence Kulinsky, Jim Zoval, Marc Madou. Sensor - Integrated Polymer Actuators for Closed-loop Drug Delivery System. Proc. SPIE Vol. 6172, 61720R, Smart Structures and Materials 2006: Smart Electronics, MEMS, BioMEMS, and Nanotechnology; Vijay K. Varadan; Ed. 2006
  107. Wang, K. Malladi and M. Madou. Growth of Si Nanowires on Nano Catalyst CornersC. Proc: Nanotech 2005, May 8-12, 2005, Anaheim, CA
  108. K. Malladi, C. Wang and M. Madou. Fabrication of Suspended C-NEMS Structures by EB Writer and Pyrolysis Method. Proc: Nanotech 2005, May 8-12, 2005, Anaheim, CA
  109. K. Malladi, C. Wang, and M. Madou. Fabrication of Suspended C-NEMS Structures by EB Writer and Pyrolysis Method. Proc: SCSMM, April 1, 2005, Irvine, CA
  110. C. Wang, K. Malladi, and M. Madou. Growth of Si Nanowires on Nano Catalyst Corners. Proc: SCSMM, April 1, 2005, Irvine, CA
  111. K-S Ma, G-Y Jia, Q. Xu, H. Zhou, C-L Wang, J. Zoval and M. Madou. Fabrication of Nanometer-Sized Structures by C-NEMS Technology. Pro: Nanotech 2005, May 8-12, 2005, Anaheim, CA
  112. C. Wang, R. Zaouk, L. Taherabadi, M. Madou, V. Kayastha, and Y. K. Yap. 3D Microbatteries with C-MEMS/CNFs and C-MEMS/CNTs Electrode Arrays, in 2004 MRS Fall Meetings, Boston, MA, Nov 29-Dec 3, 2004, Paper #: K9.4
  113. Chunlei Wang, Rabih Zaouk, Kartikeya Malladi, Lili Taherabadi, Marc Madou. C-MEMS/NEMS: A Novel Technology for Nanoscale Material Formation from Graphite Fiber to Ni and Si Nanowires. 3rd ASME Integrated Nanosystems conference 2004, Sep.22-24, Pasadena, CA
  114. Chong Wang, Han Xu, Chunlei Wang, Jim Zoval, and Marc Madou. Polypyrrole actuators as valves for controlled drug delivery. In: Proc. SPIE Volume 5455 -- MEMS, MOEMS, and Micromachining, pp. 109-115, SPIE Europe International Symposium-Photonics Europe, 26 - 30 April 2004, Strasbourg, France, Hakan Urey, Ayman El-Fatatry, Editors, August 2004
  115. Chunlei Wang, Lili Taherabadi, Guangyao Jia, Sam Kassegne, Jim Zoval and Marc Madou. Carbon-MEMS architectures for 3D microbatteries. In: Proc. SPIE Volume 5455 -- MEMS, MOEMS, and Micromachining, pp. 295-302, SPIE Europe International Symposium-Photonics Europe, 26 - 30 April 2004, Strasbourg, France
  116. Chong Wang, Han Xu, Chunlei Wang, Jim Zoval, Marc Madou. Polypyrrole Actuators as Valves for Controlled Drug Delivery. SPIE 11 th Annual International Symposium, Smart Structures and Materials, San Diego, CA, USA, 14-18 March 2004
  117. Chunlei Wang, Lili Taherabadi, Guangyao Jia, and Marc Madou. A Novel Method for the Fabrication of High Aspect Ratio C-MEMS Structures. Southern California Society for Microscopy & Microanalysis (SCSMM) symposium, March 30 2004, Irvine
  118. C.L.Wang, L.Taherabadi, G.Y.Jia and M.Madou. Carbon-MEMS architectures for 3-D microbatteries. In: Proc. NanoTech 2003, the 7th annual European conference on micro&Nanoscale technologies for the biosciences, Nov.25-27, 2003
  119. Chong Wang, Han Xu, Chunlei Wang, Jim Zoval, and Marc Madou. Artificial muscle valves for responsive drug delivery systems. In: Proc. NanoTech 2003, the 7th annual European conference on micro&Nanoscale technologies for the biosciences, Nov.25-27, 2003
  120. A. Rothert, S. K. Deo, L. G. Puckett, L. Millner, M. Madou, and S. Daunert, "Adaptation of a Whole-Cell Based Reporter Gene Assay for Arsenite and Antimonite to a Compact Disc Centrifugal Microfluidics Platform", SERMACS: Atlanta, GA; Nov. 16, 2003.
  121. J. D. Ehrick, C. Wang, H. Xu, E. A. Moschou, S. K. Deo, M. J. Madou, L. G. Bachas, S. Daunert, "Responsive Drug Delivery Systems: ChipRx", 7th Annual European Conference on Micro & Nanoscale Technologies for the Biosciences, (NanoTech 2003), November 25-27, 2003, Montreux, Switzerland.
  122. Chong Wang, Han Xu, Chunlei Wang, Jim Zoval, Marc Madou, “Artificial Muscle Valves for Responsive Drug Delivery Systems,” NanoTech 2003, Montreux, Switzerland, November 25-27, 2003.
  123. C.L.Wang, L.Taherabadi, G.Y.Jia and M.Madou, “Carbon-MEMS Architectures for 3-D Microbatteries,” Proc. NanoTech 2003, the 7th annual European conference on micro & Nanoscale technologies for the biosciences, Nov.25-27, 2003.
  124. Chong Wang, Han Xu, Chunlei Wang, Jim Zoval, and Marc Madou, “Artificial Muscle Valves for Responsive Drug Delivery Systems,” Proc. NanoTech 2003, the 7th annual European conference on micro&Nanoscale technologies for the biosciences, Nov.25-27, 2003.
  125. K. Ma, H. Zhou, M. Madou, Low-cost Electrical Detection of DNA Hybridization, The 7th Annual European Conference on Micro & Nanoscale Technologies for the Biosciences, Switzerland, November 23-24, 2003.
  126. Benjamin Y. Park, Rabih Zaouk, Chunlei Wang, Marc J. Madou, “Fractal Carbon-MEMS Architectures for 3D Miniature Power and Sensor Applications,” Three-Dimensional Micro- and Nanoscale Battery Architectures in ECS Transactions, Vol. 1.
  127. Chunlei Wang and Marc Madou, “Carbon-MEMS for 3-D Microbatteries,” AAAS annual meeting, Feb.13, 2004, Seattle.
  128. Chong Wang, Han Xu, Chunlei Wang, Jim Zoval, Marc Madou, “Polypyrrole Actuators as Valves for Controlled Drug Delivery, “ SPIE 11th Annual International Symposium, Smart Structures and Materials, San Diego, CA, USA, 14-18 March 2004.
  129. K. Ma, H. Zhou, M. Madou, Detection of DNA Hybridization with Impedance Amplifying Labels, NanoTech 2004, Boston, 7-11 March, 2004
  130. Chunlei Wang, Lili Taherabadi, Guangyao Jia, and Marc Madou, “A Novel Method for the Fabrication of High Aspect Ratio C-MEMS Structures,” Southern California Society for Microscopy & Microanalysis (SCSMM) symposium, March 30 2004, Irvine.
  131. Chunlei Wang, Lili Taherabadi, Guangyao Jia, Sam Kassegne, Jim Zoval and Marc Madou, “Carbon-MEMS Architectures for 3D Microbatteries,” Proc. SPIE Volume 5455 -- MEMS, MOEMS, and Micromachining, pp. 295-302, SPIE Europe International Symposium-Photonics Europe, 26 - 30 April 2004, Strasbourg, France.
  132. K. Ma, H. Zhou, M. Madou, Electrical Biosensor for Label-free DNA Hybridization Detection, 205th Electrochemical Society Meeting, San Antonio, 9-14 May, 2004.
  133. Chunlei Wang, Lili Taherabadi, Guangyao Jia, Sam Kassegne, Jim Zoval and Marc Madou, “Carbon-MEMS architectures for 3D microbatteries,” SPIE Europe International Symposium-Photonics Europe, 26 - 30 April 2004, Strasbourg, France.
  134. Benjamin Y. Park, Rabih Zaouk, Marc Madou, “Validation of Lithography Based on the Controlled Movement of Light-emitting Particles,” SPIE Microlithography, Emerging Lithographic Technologies VIII, 2004.
  135. Chong Wang, Han Xu, Chunlei Wang, Jim Zoval, and Marc Madou, “Polypyrrole actuators as valves for controlled drug delivery,” Proc. SPIE Volume 5455 -- MEMS, MOEMS, and Micromachining, pp. 109-115, SPIE Europe International Symposium-Photonics Europe, 26 - 30 April 2004, Strasbourg, France, Hakan Urey, Ayman El-Fatatry, Editors, August 2004.
  136. Chunlei Wang, Rabih Zaouk, Kartikeya Malladi, Lili Taherabadi, Marc Madou, “C-MEMS/NEMS: A Novel Technology for Nanoscale Material Formation from Graphite Fiber to Ni and Si Nanowires,” 3rd ASME Integrated Nanosystems Conference 2004, Sep.22-24, Pasadena, CA.
  137. H. Zhou, K. Ma, G. Jia, J. Zoval and M. Madou, Micro contact printing of DNA molecules, ASME Integrated nanosystems: Design, synthesis and applications, Sep. 22-24, 2004, Pasadena, California.
  138. J. D. Ehrick, E. A. Moschou, S. K. Deo, M. J. Madou, L. G. Bachas, and S. Daunert, “Development of Therapeutic Systems: Responsive Drug Delivery and High-Throughput Screening Devices,” International NanoMaterials Workshop, September 20, 2004, Lexington, KY.
  139. Chunlei Wang, Lili Taherabadi, Chong Wang, Han Xu, Rabih Zaouk, Marc Madou, Yuting Yeh and Bruce Dunn, “C-MEMS Technology for Li Ion Microbatteries,” ECS206th, Oct.3-8, 2004, Honolulu, Hawaii.
  140. Chunlei Wang, Rabih Zaouk, Kartikeya Malladi, Lili Taherabadi, Marc Madou, “C, Ni, and Si Nanoscale Material Formation by C-MEMS/NEMS Technology,” ECS206th, Oct.3-8, 2004, Honolulu, Hawaii.
  141. Chunlei Wang, Rabih Zaouk, Lili Taherabadi, and Marc Madou, Vijaya Kayastha and Yoke Khin Yap, “C-MEMS/CNTs Electrode Arrays for 3D Microbatteries,” ECS206th, Oct.3-8, 2004, Honolulu, Hawaii.
  142. C. Wang, R. Zaouk, L. Taherabadi, M. Madou, V. Kayastha, and Y. K. Yap, “3D Microbatteries with C-MEMS/CNFs and C-MEMS/CNTs Electrode Arrays,” in 2004 MRS Fall Meetings, Boston, MA, Nov 29-Dec 3, 2004, Paper #: K9.4
  143. Chunlei Wang, Rabih Zaouk, Kartikeya Malladi, Lili Taherabadi, and Marc Madou, C-MEMS/NEMS: A Novel Technology for Graphite, Ni, and Si Nanoscale Material Formation,” AVS 51th International Symposium&Exhibition, Nov.14-19, 2004, Anaheim, CA.
  144. H. Zhou, K. Ma, G. Jia, J. Zoval and M. Madou, Advanced Lithography for Biomedical Application, Lab Automation 2005, Jan. 30- Feb. 3, 2005, San Jose, California.
  145. K. Malladi, C. Wang, and M. Madou, “Fabrication of Suspended C-NEMS Structures by EB Writer and Pyrolysis Method,” SCSMM, April 1, 2005, Irvine, CA.
  146. K. Malladi, C. Wang and M. Madou, “Fabrication of Suspended C-NEMS Structures by EB Writer and Pyrolysis Method,” Proc: Nanotech 2005, May 8-12, 2005, Anaheim, CA.
  147. C. Wang, K. Malladi and M. Madou, “Growth of Si Nanowires on Nano Catalyst Corners,” Proc: Nanotech 2005, May 8-12, 2005, Anaheim, CA.
  148. H. Zhou, K. Ma, J. Zoval and M. Madou, Electrical Detection of DNA Hybridization using Adjacent Impedance Probing (AIP) Method. NanoTech 2005, Anaheim, 8-12 May, 2005.
  149. K. Ma, G. Jia, H. Zhou, C. Wang, J. Zoval, M. Madou, Fabrication of Nanometer-Sized Structures by C-NEMS Technology. NanoTech 2005, Anaheim, 8-12 May, 2005.
  150. C. Wang, K. Malladi, and M. Madou, “Growth of Si Nanowires on Nano Catalyst Corners,” SCSMM, April 1, 2005, Irvine, CA.
  151. C. Wang, R. Zaouk, B. Park, G. T. Teixidor, F. G. Jornet, M. Madou, “Recent Developments in C-MEMS Technologies for Li Ion Microbatteries,” Nanotech-Montreux 2005, Nov 15-17, 2005, The Montreux-Palace Hotel, Switzerland.
  152. C.Wang, K.Malladi, M.Madou, “Growth of Si Nanowires on Nano Catalyst Corners,” Pacifichem 2005, Dec 19, 2005, Honolulu, Hawaii.
  153. K-S Ma, G-Y Jia, Q. Xu, H. Zhou, C-L Wang, J. Zoval and M. Madou, “Fabrication of Nanometer-Sized Structures by C-NEMS Technology,” Pro: NSTI-Nanotech 2005, ISBN 0-9767985-1-4 Vol.2, 2005, pp 151-154.
  154. K. Malladi, C. Wang, and M. Madou, “Fabrication of Suspended C-NEMS Structures by EB Writer and Pyrolysis Method,” Proc: SCSMM, April 1, 2005, Irvine, CA.
  155. C. Wang, K. Malladi, and M. Madou, “Growth of Si Nanowires on Nano Catalyst Corners,” Proc: SCSMM, April 1, 2005, Irvine, CA.
  156. K. Malladi, C. Wang and M. Madou, “Fabrication of Suspended C-NEMS Structures by EB Writer and Pyrolysis Method,” Nanotech 2005, May 8-12, 2005, Anaheim, CA.
  157. K-S Ma, G-Y Jia, Q. Xu, H. Zhou, C-L Wang, J. Zoval and M. Madou, “Fabrication of Nanometer-Sized Structures by C-NEMS Technology,” Nanotech 2005, May 8-12, 2005, Anaheim, CA.
  158. C. Wang, L. Taherabadi, K. Malladi and M. Madou, “C, Ni and Si Nanowires Formation by Local CVD and SLS Mechanisms,” Nanotech 2005, May 8-12, 2005, Anaheim, CA.
  159. C. Wang, R. Zaouk, L. Taherabadi, M. Madou, V. Kayastha and Y. Yap, “Integration of Carbon Nanotubes and Carbon Nanofibers to C-MEMS,” Nanotech 2005, May 8-12, 2005, Anaheim, CA.
  160. C. Wang, K. Malladi and M. Madou, “Growth of Si Nanowires on Nano Catalyst Corners,” Nanotech 2005, May 8-12, 2005, Anaheim, CA.
  161. V.K. Kayastha and Y.K. Yap, C. Wang, R. Zaouk, L. Taherabadi, and M. Madou, “Controlled Growth of Carbon Nanotubes for 3-D Lithium-Ion Microbatteries,” Applied Diamond Conference Nanocarbon 2005, Argonne National Laboratory, May 15-19, 2005.
  162. K. Ma, H. Zhou, J. Zoval and M. Madou, Adjacent Impedance Probing on Genosensor. 208th Meeting of The Electrochemical Society, Los Angels, CA, 16-21 October, 2005.
  163. L. G. Bachas, E. A. Moschou, H.-K. Tsai, J. Zoval, M. J. Madou, and S. Daunert, “Polymeric Microactuators for Responsive Drug Delivery Systems”, National Meeting of the American Institute for Chemical Engineers, November 1, 2005, Cincinnati, OH.
  164. G. Jia, K. Ma, K. Kim, J. V. Zoval, M. J. Madou, S. K. Deo, S. Daunert, R. Peytavi, and M. G. Bergeron, "CD (compact disc)-Based DNA Hybridization and Detection" SPIE 5455, 341-352, 2005.
  165. K. Ma, H. Zhou, J. Zoval and M. Madou, New Approach in Electrochemical DNA Hybridization Detection with Adjacent Impedance Probing, AVS 52nd International Symposium, Boston, MA, Oct 30-Nov 4, 2005.
  166. Marc Madou, Chunlei Wang, Francesc Galobardes, “Investigation on the Solid Electrolyte Interface Formed on Anodes for Li-ion Batteries Fabricated by Carbon-Microelectromechanical Systems Technology,” Proc. of 2006 NSF Design, Service, and Manufacturing Grantees and Research Conference.
  167. Benjamin Y. Park, Rabih Zaouk, Chunlei Wang, Marc J. Madou, Fractal Carbon-MEMS Architectures for 3D Miniature Power and Sensor Applications “Three-Dimensional Micro- and Nanoscale Battery Architectures” in ECS Transactions, Volume 1.
  168. Han Xu, Chunlei Wang, Lawrence Kulinsky, Jim Zoval, Marc Madou, “Sensor - Integrated Polymer Actuators for Closed-loop Drug Delivery System,” SPIE Smart Structures/NDE, 26 February - 2 March 2006, San Diego, CA.
  169. Kim, N., Dempsey, C. M., Zoval, J. V., Sze, J., Madou, M. J. (2006). Compact disc (CD) –Based Automated Animal Assay. Nanotech 2006, Boston, MA.
  170. K. Malladi, C. Wang, M.J. Madou, W. Xue and T. Cui, “Microfabrication and Mechanical Characterization of Suspended Carbon Microstructures,” Nanotech 2006, May 7-11, Boston, MA.
  171. C. Wang, H. Xu, K. Malladi and M.J. Madou, “Carbon Microstructures for Glucose Biosensor,” Nanotech 2006, May 7-11, Boston, MA.
  172. G. Turon Teixidor, C. Wang and M.J. Madou, “Fabrication of 3D Carbon Microelectrodes for Li-Ion Battery Applications,” Nanotech 2006, May 7-11, Boston, MA.
  173. Han Xu, Chunlei Wang, Lawrence Kulinsky, Jim Zoval, Marc Madou, “Sensor - Integrated Polymer Actuators for Closed-loop Drug Delivery System,” Proc. SPIE Vol. 6172, 61720R, Smart Structures and Materials 2006: Smart Electronics, MEMS, BioMEMS, and Nanotechnology; Vijay K. Varadan; Ed. 2006.
  174. Chunlei Wang and Marc J. Madou, “DMI 0428958 Sensors: C-MEMS Based Microbattery Arrays for Miniature Sensors,” (PI), 2006 NSF Design, Service, and Manufacturing Grantees and Research Conference, July 24-27, 2006, St. Louis, Missouri.
  175. Chunlei Wang, Rabih Zaouk, Benjamin Park, Kartikeya Malladi, Francesc Galobardes Jornet, Genis Turon Teixidor, and Marc Madou, “Carbon-MEMS/NEMS and its application in energy miniaturization and biosensing (B5.3),” ICNDST & ADC 2006 Joint Conference, May 15 - 18, 2006, Research Triangle Park, North Carolina.
  176. Benjamin Y. Park, Rabih Zaouk, Chunlei Wang, Jim Zoval, Marc J. Madou, “Fractal Carbon-MEMS Electrodes: Theory and Preliminary Fabrication,” Proc. of 2006 SBMicro Conference, Aug. 28, 2006, Ouro Preto-MG-Brazil.
  177. R. Martinez-Duarte, Castellarnau, M., Rodriguez, R., Perez, R., Gomila, G., Samitier, J., and Madou M., “Carbon MEMS (C-MEMS) for Dielectrophoresis Applications”. Proceedings of the California Catalonia Alliance for Miniaturization Science and Engineering Workshop. 32nd International Conference on Micro and Nano-Engineering MNE 2006: Barcelona, Spain. September 17-20, Vol. 1, 1 (2006).
  178. Park, B. Y., Zaouk, R., Wang, C., Zoval, J., Madou, M. J. (2006). Fractal Carbon-MEMS Electrodes: Theory and Preliminary Fabrication. Three-Dimensional Micro- and Nanoscale Baterry Architectures in ECS Transaction, Vol. 1.
  179. Benjamin Y. Park and Marc J. Madou, “Miniature PEM Fuel Cell with Pyrolyzed Carbon Microfluidic Plates,” PowerMEMS 2006, Berkeley, CA.
  180. R.A. Lambert, S. Chakraborty, M.J. Madou R.H. Rangel, "Moving Flap Model for Fast DNA Hybridization in Microchannel Flow", 32nd International Conference on Micro- and Nano-Engineering MNE 2006 special sessions, September 2006.
  181. Benjamin Y. Park, Alan Paradiso, Matt Kawabe, and Marc J. Madou, “Novel Dielectrophoretic Filtration Methods and Designs”, Novel Materials and Integration Techniques II, SPIE 13th Annual Symposium, Smart Structures and Materials 2006.
  182. High efficiency and throughput particle separation with 3D C-MEMS dielectrophoresis, Martinez-Duarte, R., Rouabah, H., Green, N., Madou, M. and Morgan, H. (2007) High efficiency and throughput particle separation with 3D C-MEMS dielectrophoresis. Proc. 11th International Conference on Miniaturized Systems for Chemistry and Life Sciences, 2007.
  183. J. Siegrist, G. Jia, H. Kido, J. Zoval, G. Stewart, D. Gagné, R. Peytavi, A. Huletsky, M. Bergeron,
and M. Madou, 2007, Centrifugal (CD) Microfluidic Platforms for Nucleic Acid Analysis, Springfiled, MA, Proceedings of Society for Experimental Mechanics 2007.
  184. R. Martinez-Duarte, H. A. Rouabah, N. G. Green, M. Madou and H. Morgan, "Higher Efficiency and Throughput in Particle Separation with 3D Dielectrophoresis with C-MEMS". Proceedings of the Eleventh International Conference in Miniaturized Systems for Chemistry and Life Sciences, microTAS 2007: Paris, France, October 7-11, Vol. 1, 826-828 (2007).
  185. Rouabah, H., Park, P. Y., Zaouk, R. B., Morgan, H., Madou, M. J. and Green, N. (2007) Fabrication of fully functional AC-electroosmosis micropump with 3D high aspect ratio electrodes using only SU-8. In: Proc. Micromechanics Europe, September 2007, Guimaraes, Portugal.
  186. Z. Zhao, Gerardo A. Diaz-Quijada, R. Peytavi, E. LeBlanc, J. Frenette, G. Boivin, J.V. Zoval, M. Madou, M.M. Dumoulin, T. Veres, and M. G. Bergeron, “Detection of Respiratory Viruses with Plastic High Throughput Screening Devices,” Mater. Res. Soc. Symp. Proc. Vol. 950, 2007.
  187. Rouabah, H. A., Park, B. Y., Zaouk, R. B., Madou, M. J. and Green, N. G. (2008) Producing fluid flow using 3D carbon electrodes. Journal of Physics: Conference Series .012072 (4 pp.)-.
  188. R. Martinez-Duarte, J. Andrade-Roman, S. O. Martinez and M. Madou, "A High Throughput Multi-stage, Multi-frequency Filter and Separation Device based on Carbon Dielectrophoresis" Proceedings of the NSTI-Nanotech 2008: Boston, MA, June 1-5, Vol. 3, 316-319 (2008).
  189. R. Martinez-Duarte, S. Cito, E. Collado-Arredondo, S. O. Martinez and M. Madou, "Fluido-dynamic and Electromagnetic Characterization of 3D Carbon Dielectrophoresis with Finite Element Analysis" Proceedings of the NSTI-Nanotech 2008: Boston, MA, June 1-5, Vol. 3, 265-268 (2008).
  190. J. Siegrist, M. Amasia, H. Kido, J. Zoval, and M. Madou, 2008, Microfluidic CD-Based Systems Toward Rapid Anthrax Detection in Whole Blood, Irvine, Ca, Proceedings of Frontiers in Biomedical Devices 2008
  191. R. Martinez-Duarte, M. J. Madou, G. Kumar and J. Schroers, A novel method for Amorphous Metal Micromolding using Carbon MEMS" Proceedings of the 15th International Conference on Solid-State Sensors, Actuators & Microsystems, Transducers 2009: Denver, CO, June 21-25, 2009, 188-191, 2009.
  192. R. Martinez-Duarte, R. Gorkin, K. Abi-Samra and M. J. Madou, The Integration of 3D carbon Dielectrophoresis on a rotating platform, Proceedings of the 15th International Conference on Solid-State Sensors, Actuators & Microsystems, Transducers 2009: Denver, CO, June 21-25, 2009, 2147-2150 (2009).
  193. R. Martinez-Duarte, M. Madou, A Novel Approach to Dielectrophoresis using Carbon Electrodes, Proceedings of the 2009 Annual Meeting of the AICHe/American Electrophoresis Society: Nashville, TN November 8-13, 2009.
  194. R. Martinez-Duarte, R. Gorkin, K. Abi-Samra, M. Madou, The Integration of Dielectrophoresis on a CD-like Microfluidics Platform, Proceedings of 2009 Annual Meeting of the AICHe/American Electrophoresis Society: Nashville, TN, November 8-13, 2009.
  195. J. Siegrist and R. Gorkin, M. Bastien, G. Stewart, R. Peytavi, H. Kido, M. Bergeron, and M. Madou, 2009, Centrifugal Microfluidic Sample Lysis and Homogenization Platform for Nucleic Acid Extraction, Proc. in MicroTAS, Jeju, S. Korea
  196. J-I. Heo, D-K. Park, R. Martinez-Duarte, M. J. Madou and H. Shin, Characterization of 3-D Carbon Interdigitated Array Micro/Nanoelectrodes, KMEMS 2010: Busan, South Korea, April 1-2, 2010.
  197. R. Martinez-Duarte, M. J. Madou, Automated Label-free Cell Sorting using dielectrophoresis and centrifugal microfluidics, 42nd AACC Oak Ridge Conference – The impact of emerging diagnostic technologies: San Jose, CA, April 22, 2010.
  198. M. Amasia and M. Madou, Large-Volume Centrifugal Microfluidic Device for Whole Blood NA Analysis Sample Preparation, Sample Prep, May 6, 2010, MD, USA.
  199. F. Ibrahim, A.A. Nozari, P. Jahanshahi, N Soin, N.A. Rahman, S.Z.M. Dawal, M.K.B.A. Kahar, K.A. Samra, M. Madou. "Analysis and experiment of centrifugal force for microfluidic ELISA CD platform," Biomedical Engineering and Sciences (IECBES), 2010 IEEE EMBS Conference. Nov. 30 2010-Dec. 2 2010. doi: 10.1109/IECBES.2010.5742282
  200. V. Ho, M. Shimada, D. Szeto, P. Mukherjee, Q. Kang, L. Kulinsky, M. Madou, 2010, “Novel Fabrication Technology for Three-Dimensional High Surface Area Pyrolyzed Structures” Proc. SPIE 7647, 76472F
  201. Ho, X. Solvas, D. Scott, L. Dolci, L. Kulinsky, S. Daunert, M. Madou, 2010, “Utilization of Electroactive Polymer Actuators in Micromixing and in Extended-Life Biosensor Applications” Proc. SPIE 7647, 764735
  202. D. Tobler, J. Siegrist, T. Kazarian, M. Madou, P. Wang, and S. Daunert, 2010, A Novel Genetically Engineered Biosensor for Real-Time In vivo Glucose Sensing, Proceedings of American Diabetes Association’s 70th Scientific Sessions 2010, Orlando, FL.
  203. Robert A. Gorkin III, Kameel Abi-Samra, Frances Begin, Michel Bergeron, Horacio Kido, and Marc Madou, Non-Contact Heat Management for DNA Hybridization in Sample-to-Answer Centrifugal Microfluidics, MicroTAS 2010 Groningen, Netherlands, Paper ID No. 0567
  204. E. Roy, M. Mounier, R. Peytavi, J. Seigrist, R. Gorkin, M. Madou, M. G. Bergeron, T. Veres, Enhanced Microfabrication Capabilities of Thermoplastics Elastomers for CD LAB System including: Lysing, PCR, and Hybridization Microfluidic Functions, MicroTAS 2010 Groningen, Netherlands, Paper ID No. 1003
  205. M. Amasia, J.Siegrist and M. Madou, Large-volume Centrifugal Microfluidic device for Whole Blood Sample Preparation, MicroTAS, October 5, 2010, Groningen, Netherlands.
  206. H. Moncada-Hernandez, V. H. Perez-Gonzalez, R. Martinez-Duarte, S. O. Martinez-Chapa, M. J. Madou, and B. H. Lapizco-Encinas, Dielectrophoretic Assessment of Microparticle Dielectric Properties Employing a Planar Carbon Electrode Platfor., AIChE 2011 Annual Meeting, Minneapolis, MN.
  207. V. Ho, L. Kulinsky, M. Madou, “Novel Fabrication Process of 3D Conductive Polymer Structures” Technologies for Future Micro and Nano Manufacturing Conference, Napa, CA (2011).
  208. G. Bisht, G. Canton, A. Mirsepassi, D. Dunn-Rankin, L. Kulinsky and M. Madou, "Novel Polymeric Inks for Precision Patterning of Carbon Micro/Nano-Fibers Using Near-Field Electrospinning", Proceedings of Technologies for Future Micro-Nano Manufacturing, Napa, CA, Aug 8-10 2011.
  209. M. Amasia, M. Cozzens, and M. Madou, Vapor-tight Ice Valving in Centrifugal Microfluidics for PCR Applications. Proceedings of Micro-Total analysis systems, 2011, Seattle, USA.
  210. T.H. Kim, V. Sunkara, K. Abi-Samra, M. Amasia, S. Oh, N. Kim, J. Kim, H. Kim, M. Madou and Y-K. Cho, Fully Integrated Centrifugal Microfluidic Platform for Electrochemical Biomarker Detection. Proceedings of Micro-Total analysis systems, 2011, Seattle, USA.
  211. K. Abi-Samra and M. Madou. Pumping fluids radially inward on centrifugal microfluidic platforms via thermally-actuated mechanisms. Proceedings of Micro-Total analysis systems, 2011, Seattle, USA.
  212. R. Martinez-Duarte, H.A. Rouabah, N.G. Green, M. Madou, and H. Morgan. Higher Efficiency and throughput in Particle Separation with 3D C-MEMS Dielectrophoresis. Proceedings of Micro-Total analysis systems, 2007, Paris, France.
  213. J. Gomez-Qunones, H. Moncada-Hernandez, O. Rossetto, R. Martinez-Duarte, B.H. Lapizco-Encinas, M. Madou, and S. O. Martinez-Chapa. An Application Specific Multi-Channel Stimulator for Electrokinetically-Driven Microfluidic Devices. New Circuits and Systems Conference (NEWCAS), IEEE 9th International, 2011, Bordeaux, France
  214. Z. Noroozi, H. Kido, R. Peytavi, R. Sasaki, A. Jasinskas, P. Felgner, and M. J. Madou. Centrifugal Fluidic System for Enhanced Mixing and Reducing Incubation Times During Protein Microarray Processing. Proceedings of Micro-Total analysis systems, 2010, Groningen, The Netherlands

Conference Presentations (selected from 2000 onwards)

  1. Douglass, Phillip M.; Wenner, Brett R.; Barrett, Gary; Hsu, Pang-Hung; Juang, Yi-Je; Lee, L. James; Madou, Marc; Daunert, Sylvia. Coupling Genetically Engineered Proteins and Microfluidics: Fluorescence Detection on the LabCD. American Institute of Chemical Engineers 2000 Spring National Meeting, Atlanta, March 2000.
  2. Douglass, Phillip M.; Wenner, Brett R.; Madou, Marc; Daunert, Sylvia. Design and Fabrication of a Compact Disc-Based Microfluidic Platform (the LabCD) for Use with Genetically Engineered Reagents for Analyte Detection. 32nd ACE Annual Midwest Regional Meeting (CMACS2000), Covington, Kentucky, May 2000.
  3. Wenner, Brett R.; Douglass, Phillip M.; Salins, Lyndon L. E.; Madou, Marc; Daunert, Sylvia. Development of a Fluorescent Phosphate Sensing Platform Using a Genetically Engineered Phosphate-Binding Protein in a Sol-Gel Entrapment Scheme. 32nd ACE Annual Midwest Regional Meeting (CMACS2000), Covington, Kentucky, May 2000.
  4. Douglass, Phillip M.; Wenner, Brett R.; Barrett, Gary; Hsu, Pang-Hung; Madou, Marc; Daunert, Sylvia. Development and Application of Biosensing Systems for Use in High-Throughput Screening of Pharmaceuticals, Clinical Diagnostics, and Environmental Monitoring. 6th World Congress on Biosensors, San Diego, May 23-26, 2000.
  5. Madou, Marc; Lu, Yumin; Lai, Siyi; Juang, Yi-Je; Lee, L. James; Daunert, Sylvia. A Novel Design on a CD Disc for Two-Point Calibration Measurement. Solid-State Sensor & Actuator Workshop, Hilton Head, South Carolina, June 2000.
  6. Douglass, Phillip M.; Wenner, Brett R.; Barrett, Gary; Hsu, Pang-Hung; Madou, Marc; Daunert, Sylvia. The Integration of Novel Biosensing Systems and the LabCD: New Tools for Use in High-Throughput Screening, Clinical Diagnostics, and Environmental Monitoring. 8th International Meeting on Chemical Sensors, Basel, Switzerland, July 2-5, 2000.
  7. Douglass, Phillip M.; Patel, Jignaben D.; He, Ke-Qin; Bachas, Leonidas G.; Madou, Marc; Daunert, Sylvia. Biologically Inspired, Intelligent Muscle Material for Sensing and Responsive Delivery of Countermeasures. International Conference on Environmental Systems (ICES2000), Toulouse, France, July 10-13, 2000.
  8. Wenner, Brett R.; Douglass, Phillip M.; Lu, Yumin; Lai, Siyi; Juang, Yi-Je; Lee, L. James; Madou, Marc; Daunert, Sylvia. Biosensing on the CD Microfluidic Platform with Genetically Engineered Proteins. International Conference on Environmental Systems (ICES2000), Toulouse, France, July 10-13, 2000.
  9. He, K-Q., and Madou, Marc.  Explotitation of a Novel Artificial Muscle material for Controlled Drug Delivery, 220th ACS National Meeting, Washington, DC, August 20-24, 2000.
  10. Madou, Marc; Lee, L. James; Koelling, Kurt W.; Daunert, Sylvia; Lai, Siyi; Juang, Yi-Je; Yu, Liyong; Lu, Yumin; Koh, Chee Guan. Microfabrication of Polymer Microfluidic Platforms for BioMEMS Applications. BioMEMS and BioMedical Nanotechnology World2000, Columbus, Ohio, September 2000.
  11. Bachas, Leonidas G.; Daunert, Sylvia; Madou, Marc. Nano- and Microscale Sensing Architectures. BioMEMS and BioMedical Nanotechnology World2000, Columbus, Ohio, September 24, 2000.
  12. Johnson, R. D.; Lai, Siyi; Madou, Marc; Bachas, Leonidas G. Coupling a Centrifugal Microfluidics Platform and Ion-Selective Optodes for Bioanalytical Analysis. FACSS 2000, Nashville, Tennessee, September 24-29, 2000.
  13. Douglass, P. M., L. L. E. Salins, B. R. Wenner, M. J. Madou and S. Daunert.  Development and Application of Genetically Engineered Reagents for Use in High-Throughput Screening of Pharmaceuticals.  Book of Abstracts, 219th ACS National Meeting, San Francisco, CA; ANYL-038, March 26-30, 2000.
  14. Sheng, Y., M. Wang and M. J. Madou.  Electrochemical Sensor for Dissolved Carbon Dioxide Measurement, Gordon Research Conferences: Chemical Sensors and Interfacial Design, Ventura, CA, January 2000.
  15. Sheng, Y., M. Wang and M. J. Madou.  High Performance pH Electrode Based on Iridium Oxide Film, 8th International Meeting on Chemical Sensors, Basel, Switzerland, July 2000
  16. Wang, M., S. Yao and M. J. Madou.  A Highly Stable Metal Oxide pH Electrode, Gordon Research Conferences: Chemical Sensors and Interfacial Design, Ventura, CA, January 2000.
  17. Sheng, Y., M. Wang and M. J. Madou.  A Stable Electrochemical Carbon Dioxide Sensor, 8th International Meeting on Chemical Sensors, Basel, Switzerland, 2000.
  18. Wenner, B. R., L. L. E. Salins, P. M. Douglass, M. J. Madou and S. Daunert.  Development of a Fluorescence-Based Phosphate-Sensing Platform Utilizing a Genetically Engineered Phosphate-Binding Protein-Entrapment Scheme, Book of Abstracts, 219th ACS National Meeting, San Francisco, CA; ANYL-039, March 26-30, 2000.
  19. Ma, K.; Zhou, H.; Fischetti, A.; Zoval, J. V. and Madou, M. J., Electrical Biosensor for Label-free DNA Hybridization Detection, ECS205th, May 11-14, 2004, San Antonio, TX.
  20. Xu, H.; Wang, Chris; Wang, Chunlei; Zoval, J. V. and Madou, M. J., Responsive Drug Delivery Pill with Reversible Polymer Valves, Second World Congress on Biomimetics, Artificial Muscles & Nano-Bio,Williamsburg, VA, July 25 - 28, 2004.
  21. Xu, H.; Wang, Chris; Wang, Chunlei; Zoval, J. V. and Madou, M. J., Responsive Drug Delivery Pill with Reversible Polymer Valves, Second World Congress on Biomimetics, Artificial Muscles & Nano-Bio,Williamsburg, VA, July 25 - 28, 2004.
  22. Wang, C.; Zaouk, R.; Malladi, K.; Taherabadi, L. and Madou, M. J. C-MEMS/CNTs Electrode Arrays for 3D Microbatteries, ECS206th, Oct.3-8, 2004, Honolulu, Hawaii.
  23. Wang, C.; Zaouk, R.; Taherabadi, L. and Madou, M. J.;  Kayastha, V. and Yap, Y. K., C, Ni, and Si Nanoscale Material Formation by C-MEMS/NEMS technology, ECS206th, Oct.3-8, 2004, Honolulu, Hawaii.
  24. Wang, C.; Taherabadi, L.; Wang, Chong; Xu, H.; Zaouk, R.; and Madou, M. J.; Yeh, T. and Dunn, B., C-MEMS Technology for Li Ion Microbatteries, Oct.3-8, 2004, Honolulu, Hawaii.
  25. C. Wang, R. Zaouk, L. Taherabadi, M. Madou, V. Kayastha, and Y. K. Yap, C-MEMS/NEMS: A Novel Technology for Nanoscale Material Formation from Graphite Fiber to Ni and Si Nanowires, 3rd ASME Integrated Nanosystems conference2004, Sep.22-24, Pasadena, CA.
  26. Zhou, H.; Ma, K.; Jia, G.; Zoval, J.V. and Madou, M. J. Microcontact printing of DNA molecules, 3rd ASME Integrated Nanosystems conference 2004, Sep.22-24, Pasadena, CA.
  27. Madou, M. J.; Wang, C.; Zaouk, R.; Malladi, K.; Taherabadi, L., C-MEMS/NEMS: A Novel Technology for Graphite, Ni, and Si Nanoscale Material Formation, AVS 51th International Symposium&Exhibition, Nov.14-19, 2004, Anaheim, CA.
  28. Wang, Chong; Xu, H.; Wang, Chunlei; Zoval, J.V. and Madou, M. J., Delivering insulin by artificial muscle activated micro valves (temporary), Fourth Annual Diabetes Technology Meeting,October 28-30, 2004, Philadelphia.
  29. J. D. Ehrick, E. A. Moschou, S. K. Deo, M. J. Madou, L. G. Bachas, and S.  Daunert, Development of Therapeutic Systems: Responsive Drug Delivery and High-Throughput Screening Devices, International NanoMaterials Workshop, September 20, 2004, Lexington, KY.
  30. C. Wang, R. Zaouk, B. Park, G. T. Teixidor, F. G. Jornet, M. Madou, Fabrication of Suspended C-NEMS Structures by EB Writer and Pyrolysis Method, Nanotech-Montreux  2005, Nov 15-17, 2005, The Montreux-Palace Hotel, Switzerland.
  31. C.Wang, K.Malladi, M.Madou, Growth of Si Nanowires on Nano Catalyst Corners, Pacifichem 2005, Dec 19, 2005, Honolulu, Hawaii.
  32. C. Wang, L. Taherabadi, K. Malladi and M. Madou, C, Ni and Si Nanowires Formation by Local CVD and SLS Mechanisms, Nanotech 2005, May 8-12, 2005, Anaheim, CA.
  33. C. Wang, R. Zaouk, L. Taherabadi, M. Madou, V. Kayastha and Y. Yap,
  34. H. A. Rouabah, N Green, B Park, R Zaouk, M Madou, Producing Fluid. Flow Using 3D Carbon Electrodes, 12th Int. Conf. on Electrostatics, 25th -29th March, 2007, Oxford, UK. 3D Microbatteries with C-MEMS/CNFs and C-MEMS/CNTs Electrode Arrays, MRS Fall Meetings, Boston, MA, Nov 29-Dec 3, 2004.
  35. Wang, C.; Zaouk, R.;  Malladi, K.; Taherabadi, L. and Madou, M. J. Integration of Carbon Nanotubes and Carbon Nanofibers to C-MEMS, Nanotech 2005, May 8-12, 2005, Anaheim, CA.
  36. C. Wang, K. Malladi, and M. Madou, Growth of Si Nanowires on Nano Catalyst Corners, SCSMM, April 1, 2005, Irvine, CA.
  37. C. Wang, R. Zaouk, B. Park, G. T. Teixidor, F. G. Jornet, M. Madou,, Recent Developments in C-MEMS Technologies for Li Ion Microbatteries, Nanotech-Montreux  2005, Nov 15-17, 2005, The Montreux-Palace Hotel, Switzerland.
  38. K. Malladi, C. Wang and M. Madou, Fabrication of Suspended C-NEMS Structures by EB Writer and Pyrolysis Method, Nanotech 2005, May 8-12, 2005, Anaheim, CA.
  39. K-S Ma, G-Y Jia, Q. Xu, H. Zhou, C-L Wang, J. Zoval and M. Madou, Fabrication of Nanometer-Sized Structures by C-NEMS Technology, Nanotech 2005, May 8-12, 2005, Anaheim, CA.
  40. C. Wang, R. Zaouk, L. Taherabadi, M. Madou, V. Kayastha and Y. Yap, Integration of Carbon Nanotubes and Carbon Nanofibers to C-MEMS, Nanotech 2005, May 8-12, 2005, Anaheim, CA.
  41. C. Wang, K. Malladi and M. Madou, Carbon Microstructures for Glucose Biosensor, Nanotech 2005, May 8-12, 2005, Anaheim, CA.
  42. G. Turon Teixidor, C. Wang and M.J. Madou, Fabrication of 3D Carbon Microelectrodes for Li-Ion Battery Applications, Nanotech 2005, May 8-12, 2005, Anaheim, CA.
  43. Chunlei Wang and Marc J. Madou, DMI 0428958 Sensors: C-MEMS Based Microbattery Arrays for Miniature Sensors, 2006 NSF Design, Service, and Manufacturing Grantees and Research Conference, July 24-27, 2006, St. Louis, Missouri.
  44. Chunlei Wang, Rabih Zaouk, Benjamin Park, Kartikeya Malladi, Francesc Galobardes Jornet, Genis Turon Teixidor, and Marc Madou, Carbon-MEMS/NEMS and its application in energy miniaturization and biosensing (B5.3), ICNDST & ADC 2006 Joint Conference, May 15 - 18, 2006, Research Triangle Park, North Carolina.
  45. Benjamin Y. Park, Rabih Zaouk, Chunlei Wang, Jim Zoval, Marc J. Madou, Fractal Carbon-MEMS Electrodes: Theory and Preliminary Fabrication, SBMicro 2006 – Chip on the Mountains, Session A: MEMS: DEVICES,  STRUCTURES AND ISSUES I, Ouro Preto, Brazil, August 29, 2006.
  46. Benjamin Y. Park, Alan Paradiso, Matt Kawabe, and Marc J. Madou, Novel Dielectrophoretic Filtration Methods and Designs, Novel Materials and Integration Techniques II, SPIE 13th Annual Symposium, Smart Structures and Materials 2006.
  47. Nahui Kim, Jim V. Zoval, and Marc J. Madou, Catherine Dempsey and Ji-Ying Sze, Automated Animal Assay  for High Throughput Screening(HTS), NSTI Nanotech 2006, May 7-11, Boston, MA.
  48. Benjamin Y. Park and Marc J. Madou, Miniature PEM Fuel Cell with Pyrolyzed Carbon Microfluidic Plates, PowerMEMS 2006, Berkeley, CA.
  49. R. Martinez-Duarte, M. Castellarnau, R. Perez, R. Rodriguez, G. Gomila, J. Samitier, M. Madou, "Carbon MEMS (C-MEMS) for Dielectrophoresis Applications,” Proceedings of the California Catalonia Alliance for Miniaturization Science and Engineering Workshop, Micro and Nano-Engineering 2006 Conference, Barcelona, Spain.
  50. Jonathan Siegrist, Guangyao Jia, Horacio Kido, Jim Zoval, Gale Stewart, Dominic Gagné, Régis Peytavi, Ann Huletsky, Michel Bergeron, Marc Madou, Centrifugal (CD) Microfluidic Platforms for Nucleic Acid Analysis, SEM Conference 2007.
  51. G. Turon Teixidor, M. Kulkarni, P. Tripathi, J. Subramaniam, A. Sharma, and M. Madou Carbon Micro-arrays as a Substrate for Patterned Cell Growth, MRS Fall Meeting, November 27 – 29, Boston, MA, USA.
  52. Hamza A. Rouabah, Benjamin Y. Park, Rabih B. Zaouk, Hywel Morgan, Marc J. Madou, and Nicolas G. Green, Fabrication of Fully Functional Ac-Electroosmosis Micropump With 3d High Aspect Ratio Electrodes Using Only SU-8, 18th MME Workshop, MME 2007 - MicroMechanics Europe Workshop, Guimaraes, Portugal.
  53. Hamza A. Rouabah, Nicolas G. Green, Benjamin Y. Park, Rabih B. Zaouk, Marc J. Madou, Producing Fluid. Flow Using 3D Carbon Electrodes, 12th Int. Conf. on Electrostatics, 25th -29th March, 2007, Oxford, UK.
  54. R. Martinez-Duarte, H. A. Rouabah, N. G. Green, M. Madou , H. Morgan, Higher Eefficiency and throughput in Particle Separation with 3D C-MEMS Dielectrophoresis. 11th International Conference on Miniaturized Systems for Chemistry and Life Sciences (MicroTAS 2007), 7th-11th, Oct., Paris, France.
  55. Hamza A. Rouabah, Nicolas G. Green, Benjamin Y. Park, Rabih B., Zaouk, Marc J. Madou, Hywel Morgan, Measuring and testing of a novel 3D AC  Electroosmosis Carbon Micro-Pump Fluid Flow Velocity Using Nano-particles.  11th Annual European Conference on Micro & Nanoscale Technologies for Biosciences, 14th -16th, November, 2007, Montreux, Switzerland.
  56. M. Amasia, J.Siegrist and M. Madou, Large-Volume Centrifugal   Microfluidic Device for Whole Blood Sample Preparation, presentation. October 5, 2010, Groningen, Netherlands. Conference Abstract and Poster, MicroTAS 2010.
  57. M. Amasia and M. Madou, Large-Volume Centrifugal Microfluidic Device for Whole Blood NA Analysis Sample Preparation, presentation on May 6, 2010, MD, USA. Conference Abstract and Presentation, Sample Prep 2010

Invited, Keynote, Plenary and Distinguished Lectures  Since 1999

  1. Invited Lecture. Madou, Marc. Si Micromachining vs the Art of Miniaturziation. Mark Hopkins Inter-Continental Hotel. San Francisco, CA, August 12&13, 1996.
  2. Keynote Lecture. Madou, Marc. Bio-MEMS: Beyond Batch Fabrication, The 2nd International Conference on Integrated MicroNanotechnology for Space Applications (MNT), Pasadena, Ca, Volume 2, Proceedings 11-15 April 1999
  3. Invited Talk. Madou, Marc. BioMEMS: Beyond Batch Fabrication. Novel Microfabrication Options for BioMEMS. Techonologies & Commercialization Strategies, The Hyatt at Fischerman’s Wharf, San Francisco, CA, USA, July 15-16, 1999.
  4. Invited Speaker and Organizing Committee Member.  Madou, Marc. Merging of Informatics and Fluidics. 3rd Annual European Conference on Micro & Nanoscale Technologies for the Biosciences (Nanotech 1999), Montreux, Switzerland, November 30-December 1, 1999.
  5. Invited Lecture. Bachas, Leonidas G.; Madou, Marc; Daunert, Sylvia. Biomimetic Detection Schemes on the LabCD. NanoSpace 2000-Advancing the Human Frontier: Third Annual International Conference on Integrated Nano/Microtechnology for Space Applications, Houston, TX, January 23-28, 2000.
  6. Panel Member. Douglass, Phillip M.; Salins, Lyndon L. E.; Wenner, Brett R.; Madou, Marc; Daunert, Sylvia. Development and Application of Genetically Engineered Reagents for Use in High-Throughput Screening of Pharmaceuticals. 219th ACS National Meeting, San Francisco, March 2000.
  7. Panel Member.  Wenner, Brett R.; Douglass, Phillip M.; Salins, Lyndon L. E.; Madou, Marc; Daunert, Sylvia. Development of a Fluorescence-Based Phosphate Sensing Platform Utilizing a Genetically Engineered Phosphate-Binding Protein Entrapment Scheme. 219th ACS National Meeting, San Francisco, March 2000.
  8. Keynote speaker.  Madou, Marc; Lu, Yumin; Lai, Siyi; Lee, L. James; Daunert, Sylvia. A Centrifugal Microfluidic Platform: A Comparison. Proc.µTAS 2000 Symposium, Enschede, The Netherlands, May 2000.
  9. Keynote Address and Chairperson. Merging Top-Down and Bottom-Up Manufacturing Methods. Madou, Marc. BioMEMS 2000: The Knowledge Foundation's 2nd Annual Conference on BioMEMS, San Francisco, June 22-23, 2000.
  10. Keynote Speaker (plenary session). Madou, Marc. Chemical and Biological Sensors: Beyond Batch Fabrication. The Eighth International Meeting on Chemical Sensors, July 3, 2000, Basel, Switzerland
  11. Invited Speaker.  Madou, Marc. Merging Informatics and Fluidics. Workshop of the Nanochemistry Programme, Villa Brevik, Lidingo, Stockholm, Sweden, August 24-25, 2000.
  12. Plenary Speaker (Opening Session).  Madou, Marc. Merging of IC-Manufacturing and Traditional Manufacturing in Bio-MEMS. Eurosensors XIV, Copenhagen, Denmark, August 27-30, 2000.
  13. Invited Speaker.  Madou, Marc. BIOMEMS in the Operating Room. Fantastic Voyage, The Cleveland Clinic Foundation, October 16, 2000.
  14. Featured Speaker.  Madou, Marc. Merging of Fluidics and Informatics. ACS Meeting, Cincinnati, October 19, 2000.
  15. Lecturer.  Madou, Marc. Overview of Micromachining Technology. IntelliSense MEMS Technology Workshop, Boston, October 24, 2000.
  16. Invited Speaker.  Madou, Marc; Yao, Sheng; Wang, Min. pH Electrode Based on Iridium Oxide Film. 198th Meeting of the Electrochemical Society, Phoenix, October 26, 2000.
  17. Invited Speaker and Organizing Committee Member.  Madou, Marc. Merging of Informatics and Fluidics. 4th Annual European Conference on Micro & Nanoscale Technologies for the Biosciences (Nanotech 2000), Montreux, Switzerland, November 28-30, 2000.
  18. Invited Speaker.  Dynamic Silicon, MEMS in Diagnostic Applications, January 22, 2001.
  19. Invited Speaker.  American Chemical Society (ACS), San Diego, CA, April 2 and April 4, 2001.
  20. Invited Speaker.  IntelliSense Corporation, MEMS Technology Workshop, Boston, MA, April 17, 2001.
  21. Invited Speaker.  Exxon Mobile Research and Engineering, Annandale, NJ, April 18, 2001.
  22. Invited Speaker.  Edmonton Council of Advanced Technology (ECAT), Edmonton, Alterta Canada, April 19, 2001.
  23. Invited Speaker.  MipTec-ICAR 2001, Basel, Switzerland, June 20, 2001. 
  24. Panel Member.  Bio2001, Promoting University-Industry Partnerships: Partners in Product Creation and Workforce Preparation, San Diego, CA, June 25, 2001.
  25. Invited Speaker.  smallTalk2001 The Microfluidics, Microarrays and BioMEMS Conference - Association for Laboratory Automation, "Merging of DNA Arrays with Microfluidics, San Diego, CA, August 31, 2001.
  26. Invited Speaker.  Mesa+ Research Institute, University ot Twente, the Netherlands,  "Microsystem Technology and Biotechnology in the 21st Century", September 11, 2001.
  27. Invited Speaker.  SmallTech2001 (Meeting cancelled due to September 11 events).
  28. University of California, Irvine.  "From MEMS to NEMS in the Next 15 Years", September 27, 2001.
  29. Invited Speaker. MEMS Workshop, Boston, Intellisense,  "BioMEMS and Microfabrication Issues", October 17, 2001.
  30. Invited Speaker. SPIE, Micromachining and Microfabrication,  "From MEMS to BioMEMS", October 22, 2001.
  31. Tutorial. Microfabrication Techniques for MicroFluidics & Biomems (SC437), Photonics West, SPIE, San Jose, CA,  October 21, 2001.
  32. Invited Speaker. Microsystems/Nanotechnology to the Life Sciences, Banff "MEMS and Biotechnology Convergence", November 12, 2001.
  33. Invited Speaker. U.C. Riverside, Riverside, CA.  "From MEMS to BioMEMS", November 16, 2001.
  34. Invited Speaker. MRS Meeting, Boston, MA,  "From MEMS to BioMEMS in the Next 15 Years", November 26, 2001.
  35. Invited Speaker.  NanoTech 2001 - 6th Annual European Conference - Montreux Palace Hotel,  "MEMS and Biotechnology in the 21st Century", November 29, 2001.
  36. Invited Speaker.  The New Challenges of Chemical and Biological Sensing, National Science Foundation Workshop, Arlington, VA, Organized by Art Janata Invited panel member, January 9-10, 2002.
  37. Tutorial.   Microfabrication Techniques for MicroFluidics & Biomems (SC437), Photonics West, SPIE, San Jose, CA, January 21, 2002.
  38. Invited short course. M.J.Madou Photonics West, SPIE, Biomedical Optics, San Jose, CA, Microfabrication Techniques for Microfluidics &BioMEMS. Talk 1: Electrokinetic Manipulations of Bioparticles for Molecular Diagnostics. Talk 2: AC and DC Electrokinetics in Molecular Diagnostics. Program Committee Novel Micro- and Nanotechnologies for Bioengineering Applications, January 23-24, 2002.
  39. Invited talk.  M.J. Madou. UC Irvine. MAE Seminar Series. Future MEMS Opportunities and Challenges in Science and Engineering, January 31, 2002.
  40. Invited Talk. M.J. Madou. UC Irvine. The Impact of MEMS and Biotechnology in the 21st Century. BioDevice Interface Science &Technology Workshop, September 7-9, 2002, Scottsdale, Arizona.
  41. Invited panel member.  National Center for Research Resources Special Emphasis Panel, Biomedical Research Technology, Gaithersburg, MD, February 26-27, 2002.
  42. Invited speaker.  ARO Workshop, Research Triangle Park, NC, February 27, 2002.
  43. Invited speaker.  Emerging Device Technologies Conference, SPIE Microlithography Symposium in Santa Clara, CA, March 5, 2002.
  44. Invited speaker.  Electrical Engineering at UCSD, San Diego, CA, March 8, 2002.
  45. Invited Speaker.  UCSD Extension-Microarray Technologies-An Overview, San Diego, CA, March 13, 2002.
  46. Short course instructor. Corning/IntelliSense MEMS Workshop , Boston, MA, Overview of Micromachining Technology-Miniaturization Science, April 10, 2002.
  47. Invited Participant.  Duracell Chronos Workshop, Southbury, Connecticut, May 2-9, 2002.
  48. Invited speaker.  Convergence 2002, Technology Development: Detection and Diagnostics, Rochester, NY, Active DNA Arrays for Diagnostics, May 10, 2002.
  49. Session chair and Keynote speaker. Future MEMS Opportunities and Challenges in Science and Engineering, Symposium on Microfabricated Systems and MEMS - Spring Centennial Meeting of the Electrochemical Society,  Philadelphia, PA, Future MEMS Opportunities in Sciences and Engineering, May 16, 2002.
  50. Invited talk.  DRC-60th Device Research Conference, UCB-Santa Barbara, CA, The Impact of MEMS on Biotechnology in the 21st Century, June 24, 2002.
  51. Session Organizer/Invited Talk.  Symposia for SIM Annual Meeting 2002, Philadelphia, PA, Biomimetics in Biosensing Aug.11, 2002.
  52. Invited talk.  BioDevice Interface Science and Technology Workshop. Fairmont Scottsdale Princess Resort and Hotel. Scottsdale Arizona, The Impact of MEMS and NEMS on Biotechnology in the 21 st Century, September 7-9, 2002..
  53. Keynote.  Swiss Academy of Technology and Science (SATW), Zurich Switzerland, Biochips and Microfluidics, Sept.26-27, 2002.
  54. Invited Talk.  UC Irvine. MAE Seminar Series. Nanotechnology: Icarus revisited?, Thursday, October 10, 2002.
  55. Invited talk.  Technology and Research Symposium, Calgary, Canada, Miniaturization in Clinical Diagnostics, Oct.17-19, 2002.
  56. Invited talk.  Lehigh University. Nanotechnology: Icarus revisited?, October 21, 2002.
  57. Short course instructor.  Corning/IntelliSense MEMS Workshop, Boston, MA,  Fundamentals of Micromachining October 23, 2002.
  58. Event organizer. Keynote speaker.  NanoTech 2002, Montreux, Switzerland. Biochips and Microfluidics, November 26-28, 2002.
  59. Symposium Organizer. Short course instructor.  MRS MEMS Sympsoium, Boston, MA, Biomimetics in MEMS and NEMS. Session chairman, Dec.2, 2002.
  60. Visiting Professor/Invited speaker.  Laval University, Quebec City, Canada, Biochips and Microfluidics, Dec.12, 2002.
  61. Invited Talk.  Nanotechnology: Icarus Revisited?, UCLA, LA, CA, January 21, 2003
  62. Short Course.  Microfabrication Techniques for MicroFluidics & BioMEMS (SC 437) SPIE, San Jose, CA, January 30, 2003
  63. Invited Talk.  Organic versus Inorganic Actuators, TMS, San Diego, CA, March 3, 2003.
  64. nvited Talk.  Society of Toxicology, 42nd Annual Meeting Continuing Education, Salt Lake City, Utah
  65. Invited short course.  Electrokinetic Microarrays: The Advantages and Limitations, March, 9, 2003.
  66. Instructor.  Electrokinetic Microarrays: The Advantages and Limitations. UCSD Extension Microarray Technologies: An Overview, San Diego, CA, March 12-14, 2003.
  67. Instructor. Short course on MEMS, Boston, Corning/IntelliSense, April 2, 2003
  68. Invited lecture.  Nanotechnology: Icarus Revisited?, UCSD, Materials Department, San Diego, CA, April 21,2003. 
  69. Invited Participant.  Biochips and Microfluidics, UCI Irvine Round Table, Half Moon Bay , CA, May 2, 2003.
  70. Plenary lecture. The Impact of MEMS and NEMS on Biotechnology in the 21st Century, France, DTIP 2003, Cote d'Azur May 5-7, 2003.
  71. Featured speaker.  The Impact of MEMS and NEMS on Biotechnology in the 21st Century, IEE, Glasgow, Scotland, May 9, 2003
  72. Components Keynote Speaker.  The Nano Republic Conference, Pasadena, CA,  July 10, 2003.
  73. Distinguished Lecture.  Nanosensors: Icarus Revisited, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, September 15, 2003.
  74. Panel Moderador.  Frontiers in Nanoscience (Electronics/Materials), Nanotechnology: Big Markets, Small Spaces UCSD Connect, San Diego, September 16, 2003. 
  75. Invited talk. Carbon-MEMS Architectures for 3-D Microbattery, The Electrochemical Society, Orlando Florida, October 14, 2003.
  76. Workshop organizer and featured speaker.  Miniaturization in Biomedicine. UC Irvine. BioMEMS Workshop, Irving, CA, October 20, 2003
  77. Organizing Committee. NanoTech 2003, Montreux, Switzerland, November 25-27, 2003.
  78. Invited Speaker. Symposium A: Nanotechnology-Icarus Revisted - The Organic/Inorganic Challenge, Boston, MRS Fall Meeting, November 30, 2003.
  79. Invited lecture. Diagnostic Tests on a Compact Disc: A Lab-on-a-Disc, HP, Palo Alto, Ca January 23, 2004.
  80. Panel.  Commercialization of MEMS/MOEMS and the Role of Nanotechnology, Photonics West, SPIE, San Jose, CA, January 27, 2004.
  81. Tutorial.   Microfabrication Techniques for MicroFluidics & Biomems (SC437), Photonics West, SPIE, San Jose, CA, January 28, 2004.
  82. Invited Lecture.  Carbon-MEMS for 3-D Microbatteries AAAS, Seattle WA, February 13, 2004.
  83. Invited Participant. NSF, WDCm NSF, NIRT Panel, Washington, DC February 24-25, 2004.
  84. Invited Participant. C-MEMS Batteries and In-Vivo Based Batteries, USC Workshop, Los Angeles, CA, February 28, 2004.
  85. On-site Invited Reviewer Participant. NIH Infrastructure Enhancement Grant, Cleveland, March 2-3, 2004.
  86. Invited Lecture.  The Detection of DNA Hybridization with Impedance Amplifying Labels, Boston, MA, March 7-11, 2004,
  87. Invited Lecture.  NSF-Nanotechnology Panel: Nanotechnology: Icarus Revisted? Kanpur, India, March 19-26, 2004.
  88. Invited Lecture. A Novel Method for the Fabrication of High Aspect Ratio C-MEMS Structures, SCSMM, UCI, Irving, CA, March 30, 2004.
  89. Invited Lecture. Nanotechnology: Icarus Revisted? Georgia Tech, Atlanta, CA, April 5, 2004.
  90. Invited Lecture. Creating New Ventures as a Professor:Insights into Academic Entrepreneurship, UC Irving, Irvine CA, April 21, 2004,
  91. Panel and CEI Course 437 BioMEMS.  Impact of MEMS& NEMS on Biotechnogy in the 21st Century, ASM, Los Angeles, CA April27- 28, 2004.
  92. Invited Lecture.  Packaging Issues in BioMEMS, MEPTEC, Santa Clara, CA, May 11, 2004.
  93. Plenary lecture. Carbon MEMS in Biosensors, Microbatteries and Fluidic Systems, Biosensors 2004, Granada, Spain, May 24-26.
  94. Opening lecture: Merging of DNA Arrays with Microfluidics: A Lab-on-a-Disc, Medea 2004, Leuven, Belgium, June 4.
  95. Invited Lecture.  Miniaturization Science and Biotechnology BioIreland 2004 Dublin, Ireland, June 20-22,
  96. Invited Lecture.  Biosensor Technology for Engineers, IMEC 2004, Leuven, June 23-25.
  97. Invited Lecture. Nanotechnology - Icarus Revisited? Micro&Nano Tech Workshop, Koc University, Istanbul, Turkey, June 29, 2004.
  98. Keynote Talk. “Genetic Engineered Proteins in MEMS and NEMS Sensing Platforms”, Analytical Forum, July 4-8, 2004, Poland.
  99. Distinguished Speaker: “Nanotechnology: Icarus Revisited?”, “La Caixa”, July 15, 2004, Tarragona, Spain.
  100. Invited Talk: “From C-MEMS to C-NEMS”, NANOworld 2004, September 21-23,2004, Anaheim, CA.
  101. Distinguished Speaker: “Carbon MEMS for Biosensors, Microbatteries and Microfluidics”, IEEE Student Chapter of ITESM, October 14, 2004, Monterrey Campus, Mexico.
  102. Invited Talk: “From MEMS to NEMS with Carbon”, Physics Colloquium, Michigan Technical University, October 21, 2004, Houghton, MI.
  103. Keynote Address: “From MEMS to NEMS with Carbon”, ASME IMECE, Microfluidics Symposium, November 15, 2004, Anaheim, CA.
  104. Invited Talk: “C-MEMS/NEMS: A Novel Technology for Graphite, Ni and Si Nanoscale Material Formation”, AVS MEMS &NEMS, November 16, 2004, Anaheim, CA.
  105. Invited Talk: “Combining DNA Arrays with Microfluidics”, San Diego Conference 2004, November 19, 2004, San Francisco, CA.
  106. Invited Talk: C-MEMS/C-NEMS, November 25 - December 25, 2004, Kanpur, India.
  107. Invited Talk: “MEMS and NEMS -Impact on Biotechnology”, Japan-US Workshop on The Future of Sensors and Sensor Systems (Collaboration between The Science Council of Japan and the National Academies), Feb 28 - Mar 2, 2005, Tsukuba, Ibaraki, Japan.
  108. Invited Talk: “Micromachining in Drug Delivery and CD Microfluidics”, BioMEMS, XX Symposium Internacional de Electronic y Communicaciones, Tecnologico de Monterrey, Mar 3-5, 2005, Monterrey, Mexico.
  109. Invited Talk: “MEMS and NEMS in Biotechnology”, 2nd MEMS Iberoamerican Meeting, 2005, March 7-8, 2005, Boca del Rio, Veracruz, Mexico.
  110. Invited Talk: WTEC - Micromanufacturing, Apr 21-22, 2005, Arlington, VA.
  111. Keynote Speaker: “MEMS and NEMS - Impact on Biotechnology”, Alternative Micro- and Nano Fabrication 2005, Industrial Materials Institute-NRC, July 7-8, 2005, Quebec, Canada.
  112. Invited talk: “Diagnostics on a CD platform”, 4th Canadian Workshop on MEMS, Aug 19, 2005, Chateau Laurier Hotel, Ottawa, Canada.
  113. Invited talk: “BIOMEMS”, iNEMI Innovation Leadership Forum, Virginia Center for Innovative Technology, Sept. 16, 2005, Herndon, Virginia.
  114. Invited lecture: “Bio-analytics on a Compact Disc”, The 4th International Conference "Instrumental Methods of Analysis-IMA, Oct 2-6, 2005, Iraklion, Crete, Greece.
  115. Keynote speaker: “A 3D Carbon World”, MICRO SYSTEM Technologies 2005, October 5, 2005, München, Germany.
  116. Invited Lecture: “Recent Developments in C-MEMS Technologies for Li Ion Microbatteries”, Electrochemical Society 208th Meeting, Oct 18, 2005, Los Angeles Hotel, CA.
  117. Invited Lecture: “From MEMS to NEMS with Carbon”, Loyola Marymount University, Nov 4-5, 2005, Los Angeles, CA.
  118. Invited Lecture: “Micro and Nanomachining “, A seminar at the engineering Physics department of École polytechnique de Montréal, École polytechnique de Montréal, Dec 1, 2005, Montréal, Québec, Canada.
  119. Invited Lecture: International Conference on MEMS and Semiconductor Nanotechnology, The Indian Institute of Technology, Dec 20-22, 2005, Kharagpur, India.
  120. Plenary Talk: “Genetic Engineered Proteins in MEMS and NEMS Sensing Platforms—Icarus Revisited?”, SPIE Photonics West 2006, Jan. 23, 2006, San Jose, CA.
  121. Invited Talk: “Will Carbon Replace Silicon as the Top Engineering Material?”, Engineering Innovations Breakfast Series , Jan. 24, 2006, UCI, Irvine, CA.
  122. Invited Talk: “Will Carbon Replace Silicon as the Top Engineering Material?”, International Conference on Nanoscience (ICON2006), May 7-11, 2006, Choroní , Venezuela.
  123. Invited Talk: “Biomimetic MEMS and NEMS Sensing Platforms-Icarus Revisted”, SBCCI - Chip on the Mountains, Aug. 30 - Sept. 1, 2006, Ouro Preto, MG, Brazil.
  124. Invited Talk:”Carbon MEMS and NEMS for Sensor Applications.”  1st International Conference on Micromanufacturing, Urbana Champaign, 2006.
  125. Invited Talk: XXVI Society of Materials and Thin Films Research in Mexico Conference, Instituto Nacional de Astrofisica Optica y Electronica, Universidad Autonoma de Ciudad Juarea, Mexico-US Foundation for Science, BioMEMS Technology, Sept. 25-29, 2006, Ciudad Juarea, Mexico.
  126. Invited Talk: “Carbon to Replace Silicon as the Top Engineering Material?”, 210th Electrochemical Society Meeting, Oct. 29 - Nov. 3, 2006, Cancun, Mexico.
  127. Invited Talk: The 10th Annual European Conference On Micro & Nanoscale Technologies for the Biosciences, Nanotech-Montreux, Nov. 14-16, 2006, Lausanne, Switzerland.
  128. Plenary Speaker: Kuala Lumpur 3rd International Conference on Biomedical Engineering 2006, Dec. 11-14, 2006, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
  129. Keynote Speaker: “Biomimetic MEMS and NEMS Sensing Platforms – Icarus Revisited?”, International Workshop on MEMS and Micro/nano Systems Technology for Bio-Implants and Bio-Applications, Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur, Dec. 28-30, 2006, Kolkata, India.
  130. Plenary Speaker: International Workshop on Micro Manufacturing in Biomedical Engineering, Jan. 2-3, 2007, Durgapur, India.
  131. Sesquicentenary Lecture, “Biomimetic MEMS & NEMS Sensing Platforms – Icarus Revisited?” The Board of Management of Bengal Engineering and Science University, Shibpur, India, January 5, 2007.
  132. Invited Talk:” Microfabrication Techniques for Microfluidics & BioMEMS”, SPIE Photonics West 2007, Jan. 22, 2007, San Jose, CA.
  133. Invited Talk:” OCTANe Entrepreneur's Forum @UCI w/ Marc Madou”, Jan. 22, 2007, Uclub, UCI, Irvine, CA.
  134. Distinguished Lecture: “Nanotechnology: Icarus Revisited?”, New Biomedical Technologies in Mexico, Instituto Politecnico Nacional de Mexico, March 30, 2007, Mexico City, Mexico.
  135. Invited Talk:” Biomimetic MEMS and NEMS Sensing Platforms-Icarus Revisted?”, Department of Mechanical Engineering Seminar,
 Yale University, April 18, 2007, New Haven, CT.
  136. Keynote Speaker: International Conference on Materials for Advanced Technologies, 2007, July 1-6, 2007, Singapore.
  137. Keynote speaker: “Microfabrication for Microfluidics and BioMEMS: Applications in Diagnostics and Drug Delivery”, 41st IUPAC World Chemistry Congress, Turin August 5-11, 2007 (Italy).
  138. Invited Lecturer, UCSD Extension Sorrento Mesa Center, Topic Title: "Nanofabrication" August 24th, 2007
  139. Invited speaker: ”Compact Disc Based Micro-Fluidic Diagnostic Platform”, BIOKOREA, September 12-14, 2007, Seoul, Korea.
  140. Distinguished Lecturer: “ Biomimetic MEMS and NEMS Sensing”, Tecnologico de Monterrey, November 1-3, 2007, Monterrey, Mexico.
  141. Short Course and Invited Talk: “Biosensor Technology for scientists and engineers”, November 14-16, 2007, Leuven, Belgium.
  142. Invited talk: “Joint Center for Advanced and Futuristic Manufacturing”, INDO-US SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY FORUM (IUSSTF) GOVERNING BODY MEETING BERKELEY, CA, December 11, 2007, Berkeley.
  143. Invited speaker: “Biomimetic MEMS and NEMS Sensing”,McGill University, Montreal Canada, Dec 17th, 2007
  144. Distinguished Speaker for the Department of Biomedical Engineering Seminar series at UT Austin. Every year over 40 top researchers are recommended by colleagues in the field of BME/BE, and finally 12 outstanding scholars are chosen for invitations. Other speakers in the past have included Professors Steven Chu (Stanford/Berkeley), Shu Chien(UCSD), Luke Lee (Berkeley/ETH), Bob Nerem (GaTech), and many other leading scientists. From MEMS to NEMS with Carbon. February 14th, 2008.
  145. Invited Speaker. UC Steering Committee for UC-India, appointed by President Dynes and chaired by Prof. Shankar Sastry, to provide guidance to the systemwide efforts with India. February 19, 2008, UC Berkeley.
  146. Invited Speaker:” Biomedical Engineering Inspired by Nature: Biomimetics.” University of Lund, Sweden, May 5t, 2008.
  147. Invited Speaker: “ From MEMS to NEMS.” Micro Systems Workshop held in Göteborg, Sweden May 6-7th, 2008.
  148. Instructor for the NSF Summer Institute on Nanomechanics, Nanomaterials and Micro/Nanomanufacturin. Madou Teaching Material: Class 1 Biomimetic MEMS and NEMS Sensing (I), Class 2 Biomimetic MEMS and NEMS Sensing (II), Class 3 A CD Fluidic Platform for Molecular Diagnostics, Class 4 From MEMS to NEMS. Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois, June 2 - 5, 2008.
  149. All-Day Tutorial Session. Nanotechnology in Nature. Department of Biomedical Engineering, University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Plenary speaker for Biomed 2008, June 25, 2008.
  150. Plenary Talk. Biomedical Engineering Inspired by Nature: Biomimetics. University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. 26th June, 2008
  151. Short course. Foundations of Nanotechnology Athens-Greece, September 15, 2008.
  152. Plenary speaker: Biomimetics in NanoTechnology: From Fractals to Genetically Engineered Molecules and Animals. The 34th International Conference on Micro- and Nano-Engineering, MNE-2008, the leading conference in Europe for Micro – Nano fabrication and Nanotechnology Athens-Greece, September 16th-18th, 2008.
  153. Co-organizer and key-note speaker. Short course: Bottom-Up and Top-Down Nanotechnology, IMEC, Leuven Belgium, November 12-14, 2008.
  154. An Interview with Dr. Marc Madou, Entrepreneurs Forum at UC Irvine, Jan 23, 2009.
  155. Invited Speaker. Biomedical Engineering Inspired by Nature: Biomimetics. USF College of Engineering Eminent Scholars Lecture Series. March 13, 2009.
  156. Invited Speaker. Of Fractals and Worms, SURF-IT Lunchtime Lecture Series, Irvine, July 14, 2009.
  157. Invited Speaker: Biomedical Engineering Inspired by Nature: Biomimetics. Instituto Politécnico Nacional, Mexico, April 3, 2009.
  158. Invited Speaker: Utilization of Electroactive Polymers in Responsive Drug Delivery Systems. From Molecules to Human Therapies inaugural research symposium. Beckman Center, Irvine, April 20th, 2009.
  159. Invited Speaker. Bioengineering Inspired by Nature. Boston Scientific Fremont Campus, June 15th, 2009. Award received: Certificate of Appreciation (Technology “Rock Star”).
  160. Invited Talk at Yeungnam University, South-Korea. Prominent lecturer for the undergraduate course, ‘Lectures of Edge Frontiers on the Mechanical Engineering,’ in the School of Mechanical Engineering Yeungnam University Korea sponsored by the Korea Research Foundation. Title: Biomimetics in Bioengineering: From Fractals to Worms on a Compact Disc, Sept. 22, 2009.
  161. Invited Talk. UNIST, South-Korea. Biomimetics in Bioengineering: Projects in the Madou Laboratories, Sept. 30, 2009.
  162. Invited Talk. LG, South-Korea. Biomimetics in Bioengineering: Projects in the Madou Laboratories, Oct. 12, 2009.
  163. Invited Short Course. Fluidics on a Compact Disc (4 hours) for the IX Annual Colloquium of Chemical Engineering in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, October 21, 2009.
  164. Invited Talk at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro. Biomimetic Nanoengineering for the IX Annual Colloquium of Chemical Engineering in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, October 22, 2009.
  165. Invited Talk. Fractals in Nature and Applications to Engineering. Talk presented for the class of incoming bioengineers at UC Irvine, USA, Oct. 26, 2009
  166. Invited Talk. Biomimetics in Bioengineering: Fractals in Nature and Human Technology in Seoul National University, South-Korea, Nov. 13, 2009
  167. Invited Talk. Biomimetics in Bioengineering: Fractals in Nature and Human Technology. Invited speaker at the International Distinguished Scholars Symposium, held at Hanyang University, South-Korea, Nov. 18, 2009.
  168. Invited Talk. Biomimetics in Bioengineering: Projects in the Madou Laboratories. Samsung, Suwon, South-Korea, Nov. 23, 2009.
  169. Invited Talk. Biomimetics in Bioengineering: Fractals, Mixers and Colored Bacteria. Postech, Pohang, South-Korea, Nov.25, 2009.
  170. Invited Talk. Biomimetics in Bioengineering: Fractals, Mixers and Colored Bacteria on CDs. At the Advanced Insititutes of Convergence Technology (SNU), Suwon, South-Korea, Nov. 27, 2009.
  171. Invited Talk. The 7th Biomaterila Systems Group Seminar. Biomimetics in Bioengineering: Fractals, Mixers and Colored Bacteria on CDs. At the Biomaterial System Group, Biomaterial Center and International Center for Materials Nanoarchitectonics (MANA), 1-1 Namiki, Tsukuba, Ibaraki, Japan, Nov. 30, 2009.
  172. Plenary Talk. Biomimetics in Bioengineering: Fractals, Mixers and Colored Bacteria on CDs. At the Golden Jubilee Symposium on Fabrication At Small Scales (FASS) & Indo-US Conference on Fabrionics: Science of advanced fabrication. IIT Kanpur, India, Dec. 9, 2009.
  173. Plenary Talk. Biomimetics in Bioengineering: Fractals, Mixers and Colored Bacteria on CDs. At TechPos, International Conference for Technical Postgraduates, Legend Hotel , Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Dec. 14, 2009.
  174. Invited Short Course. CD Fluidics. Department of Biomedical Engineering, University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Dec. 22, 2009.
  175. Invited Short Course. CD Fluidics. Department of Biomedical Engineering, University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Dec. 22, 2009.
  176. Invited Short Course. Biomems and Biomimetics. Department of Biomedical Engineering, University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Dec. 30, 2009.
  177. Invited speaker. Fluidics on a Compact Disc (CD) for Molecular Diagnostics and Carbon-MEMS (C-MEMS) Fractal Like Electrodes for Energy Conversion Devices. Florida International University, Feb 8, 2010.
  178. Invited talk. Biomimetics in Engineering. Saddleback College Science Lecture Series. March 5, 2010 (Other speakers have included Nobel Laureate Dr. Kary B. Mullis and renowned evolutionary biologist Dr. Francisco J. Ayala).
  179. Invited Talk. Advances in Microbial Diagnostic Microarrays. M. Amasia and M.Madou, CD Microfluidics for Molecular Diagnostics, presentation on March 17, 2010, Teramo, Italy. Mrs. Amasia gave the talk on Dr. Madou’s behalf.
  180. Invited speaker and co-organizer with UNIST: Breakthroughs in CD Microfluidics. The 2nd International Symposium on Nano-Biotechnology. March 24, 2010. Ulsan, South-Korea.
  181. Invited talk for Chemical Engineering and Materials Science Department, UCI: Recent Breakthroughs in CD Microfluidics and on Carbon-MEMS (C-MEMS) Fractal-Like Electrodes. April 9, 2010.
  182. Invited speaker: 93rd Canadian Chemistry Conference and Exhibition in Toronto at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. Advances in Microarray Technology and Analysis. Fluidics on a Compact Disc (CD) for Molecular Diagnostics and the Integration of Carbon-MEMS (C-MEMS) Fractal-Like Electrodes on this Platform, May 29 - June 2, 2010.
  183. Invited talk. The Order of the Engineer Ceremony during which UCI graduates promise to serve the community and uphold the ethics of the Engineering profession. The Henry Samueli School of Engineering, graduating class of 2010.
  184. Invited talk. Carbon-MEMS(C-MEMS) Fractal Electrodes and Fluidics on a Compact Disc (CD) for Molecular Diagnostics-Recent Breakthroughs. Alaska, USA June 27, 2010.
  185. Two day short course lecturer. Biomems Sensors, MIMOS Kuala Lumpur, 26-27 July 2010.
  186. Invited talk. An Overview of projects in the Madou Laboratories. Mexico City, Instituto Politécnico Nacional, Mexico City, Mexico, Aug 3, 2010.
  187. Invited Speaker. 3rd WCU Symposium on Nanobio Materials and Electronics (WCU-03), 2- 4 September 2010 at the Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology (GIST) in Gwangju, South Korea. Biomimetics in Bioengineering: Fractals, Mixers, Colored Bacteria and Structural Colors.
  188. Invited talk. Biomimetics in Bioengineering: Fractals, Mixers, Colored Bacteria and Structural Colors, Sept 27, 2010 Busan University.
  189. Plenary Lecture. Engineering Inspired by Nature. International Symposium on Nature-Inspired Technology, Oct 14-15, 2010 Seoul National University.
  190. Keynote Lecture. Biomimetic Multi-length Scale Manufacturing in Carbon IFMM2010. Gifu, Japan, Oct 20-23, 2010.
  191. Keynote Lecture. Micro-Arrays on Compact Discs. Microarray World Congress in San Diego. October 28 -29, 2010. San Diego
  192. Invited Talk. Guest lecture at UNIST for Undergraduates. An Example of A Global Research Project - The World is Flat. Dec 1, 2010.
  193. Invited Talk. The Indo – US Workshop on Fabrionics, 17th and 18th December, 2010 in Aurangabad, India (Mahatma Gandhi Mission). Biomimetic Multi-length Scale Manufacturing in Carbon.
  194. Guest Professor at the University of Malaya, Dec 2-Dec 15, 2010. Meeting with the former Prime Minister of Malaysia and lectures at the University.
  195. Guest Lecture. UCI, Winter Qtr. 2011 New LifeChips Course! Technology For Life. January 27th, 2011. Professor Marc Madou, Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering Chemistry. An Example of A Global Research Project - The World is Flat.
  196. Invited Talk. LifeChips Seminar Series, UCI, February 19, 2010. Fluidics on a Compact Disc (CD) for Molecular Diagnostics and Carbon-MEMS (C-MEMS) Fractal-Like Electrodes for Energy Conversion Devices.
  197. Invited Talk. UC Berkeley. February 25, 2011. Fluidics on a Compact Disc (CD) for Molecular Diagnostics and Carbon-MEMS (C-MEMS) Fractal-Like Electrodes for Energy Conversion Devices.
  198. Invited Talk. Pittcon 2011, Atlanta, March 13-18, 2011. C-MEMS and C-NEMS.
  199. Academic Leader. Since 2008, the Tecnológico de Monterrey has implemented a program called "Academic Leaders", which consists in bringing distinguished professors from all over the world, who are experts in different areas of knowledge, to share their experiences with students, professors and our community. Dr. Madou was an academic leader of the Tecnológico de Monterrey-Campus Guadalajara during the semester of January-May 2011. Dr. Madou was on that campus lecturing on April 26, 27 and 28.
  200. Plenary talk. Nano and Micro-Patterning of Carbon. ISMM 2011 in Conjunction with the KBCS Spring Meeting. (June 2to 4, 2011, Seoul KyoYuk MunHwa HoeKwan, Seoul, Republic of Korea).
  201. Short Course Instructor. Transducers’11 in Beijing on June 5-9, 2011. Introduction to MEMS&BIOMEMS and Carbon-MEMS/Carbon-NEMS.
  202. Invited Talk and Session Chair. 7th Nanoscience and Nanotechnology Conference, 27 June to 1 July 2011. Sabanci Universitesi, Turkey. Nano and Micro-Patterning of Carbon.
  203. Invited Talk. July 11-13, IROST, Tehran, Iran. Fluidics on a Compact Disc (CD) for Molecular Diagnostics and Carbon-MEMS (C-MEMS) Fractal-Like Electrodes for Energy Conversion Devices.
  204. Plenary Talk. Bio-MEMS workshop at the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore on 15th and 16th July, 2011. C-MEMS and C-NEMS.
  205. Plenary Talk and Session Chair. International Conference on “Biomaterials and Implants: Prospects and Possibilities in the New Millennium. ”A three-day long international conference at the Central Glass & Ceramic Research Institute (CGCRI), Kolkata, India during July 21-23, 2011. Biosensors and Drug Delivery.
  206. Conference organizer and Keynote Speaker. The first Micro-Med-A workshop will be held at the Protea Hotel, Kruger Gate, Mpumalanga, South Africa, from 7 – 10 September 2011. The first Micro-Med-A workshop will be held at the Protea Hotel, Kruger Gate, Mpumalanga, South Africa, from 7 – 10 September 2011.Fluidics on a Compact Disc (CD) for Molecular Diagnostics.

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PATENTS, PATENT APPLICATIONS AND SOME SELECTED DISCLOSURES

Patents

  1. Etching method for producing an electrochemical cell in a crystalline substrate, inventors Holland, Christopher E., Westerberg, Eugene R., Madou, Marc J. and Otagawa, Takaaki, Patent 4765864 issued on August 23, 1988, Assignee SRI International.
  2. Electrochemical concentration detector, inventors Ross, Pepi, Madou, Marc J., Reyes, Zoila, Jensen, Joel F., Wing, Sharon W. and Rimer, Virginia G., Patent 4795542 issued on January 3, 1989, Assignee SRI International.
  3. Gas detection method and apparatus using chemisorption and/or physisorption, inventors Madou, Marc J, Sher Arden and Spindt Christopher J., Patent 4795968 issued on January 3, 1989, Assignee SRI International.
  4. Fast response time microsensors for gaseous and vaporous species, inventors Madou, Marc J. and Otagawa, Takaaki, Patent issued on March 14, 1989, Assignee SRI International
  5. Solid compositions for fuel cells, sensors and catalysts, inventors Madou, Marc J.Otagawa, Takaaki and Sher, Arden, Patent 4851303 issued on July 25, 1989, Assignee SRI International.
  6. Capacitive gas detector having a solid rare earth fluoride dielectric, inventors Madou Marc, Sher Arden and Spindt Christopher J., Patent issued on September 5, 1989, Assignee SRI International.
  7. Microelectrochemical sensor and sensor array, inventors Madou, Marc J. and Otagawa, Takaaki, Patent issued on October 17, 1989, Assignee was SRI International.
  8. Surface type microelectronic gas and vapor sensor, inventors Madou, Marc J. and Otagawa, Takaaki, Patent issued on February 13, 1990, Assignee SRI International.
  9. Solid compositions for fuel cell electrolytes, inventors Madou, Marc J., Otagawa, Takaaki and Sher, Arden, Patent 4948680 issued on August 14, 1990, Assignee SRI International.
  10. Composite polymers of polyaniline with metal phthalocyanine and polyaniline with organic sulfonic acid and nafion, inventors Madou, Marc J. and Otagawa, Takaaki, Patent issued on November 27, 1990, Assignee Osaka Gas Company Limited.
  11. Permanently doped polyaniline and method thereof, inventors Madou, Marc J. and Otagawa, Takaaki, Patent 5002700 issued on March 26, 1991, Assignee Osaka Gas Company Limited.
  12. Method of forming a plurality of solder connections, inventors Madou, Marc J. and Gaisford, Scott, Patent issued on October 15, 1991. Assignee
  13. Solid compositions for fuel cells, sensors and catalysts, inventors Madou, Marc J., Otagawa, Takaaki and Sher, Arden Patent 5134042 issued on July 28, 1992, Assignee was SRI International.
  14. Tetrasulfonated metal phthalocyanine doped electrically conducting electrochromic poly(dithiophene) polymers , inventors Madou, Marc J., Narang, Subhash C., Otagawa, Takaaki and Wing, Sharon, Patent 5151224 Issued on September 29, 1992, Assignee Osaka Gas Company Limited.
  15. Multi-analyte sensing electrolytic cell, inventors Joseph, Jose P. and Madou, Marc J., Patent 5183549 issued February 2, 1993, Assignee CommTech International Management Corporation.
  16. Permanently doped polyaniline and method thereof, inventors Madou, Marc J. and Otagawa, Takaaki, Patent 5187034 Issued on February 16, 1993, Assignee Osaka Gas Company Limited.
  17. Three-dimensional microstructure as a substrate for a battery electrode, inventors Jina Arvind, N., Madou Marc, J., Otagawa Takaaki, Patent 5294505 issued on March 15, 1994, Assignee Osaka Gas Company Limited.
  18. Microsensors for gaseous and vaporous species, inventors Tierney, Michael J., Jina, Arvind, Joseph, Jose and Madou, Marc, Patent 5304293 issued on April 19, 1994, Assignee Teknekron Corporation (Incline Village, NV).
  19. Micro-electrochemical valves and method, inventors Madou Marc, J., Tierney Michael, J., Patent 5368704 issued November 29, 1994, Assignee:Teknekron Corporation (Incline Village, NV).
  20. Photolithographic and electron beam lithographic fabrication of micron and submicron three-dimensional arrays of electronically conductive polymers, inventors Otagawa, Takaaki, Madou, Marc J., Wachsman, Leonor A., Patent 5403680 issued on April 4, 1995, Assignee Osaka Gas Company, Ltd.
  21. Dual stage microvalve and method of use, inventors Madou, Marc and S. Daunert, Patent 6663615 issued on December 16, 2003, Assignee OSU.
  22. Microfluidic devices and manfacture thereof, inventor Madou, Marc J., Patent 6790599 issued on September 14, 2004, Assignee Microbionics.
  23. Electrochemical microsensor package, Crumly, William F. and Madou, Marc J. Patent 6849168 issued on February 1, 2005, Assignee The Regents of the University of California (Oakland, CA).
  24. Method of making electrochemical detectors based on iridium oxide, inventors Madou, Marc and J.Yao, Sheng, Patent 6863792 issued on March 8, 2005, Assignee OSU
  25. Artificial muscle hydrogel blends reversibly electroactuated near neutral pH, implantable actuating devices, and methods using the same, inventors Daunert, Sylvia Peteu, Serban F., Bachas, Leonidas G., Madou, Marc J. and Moschou, Elissavet, Patent 7482381 issued on January 27, 2009, Assignee The Regents of the University of California (Oakland, CA).
  26. Surface and composition enhancements to high aspect ratio C-MEMS, inventors  Madou Marc, J.,  Wang Chunlei, Taherabadi Lili, Park Benjamin and Zaouk Rabih, Patent issued on May 19, 2009, The Regents of the University of California (Oakland, CA).
  27. Fabrication of suspended carbon micro and nanoscale structures, inventors Wang Chunlei, Malladi Kartikeya, Zaouk Rabih, B. and Madou Marc, J., Patent 7682659 issued March 23, 2010,             Assignee The Regents of the University of California (Oakland, CA).

Active Patents Applications

  1. 2010-036 & 2010-234, US Serial#61/252,917 INTEGRATED CENTRIFUGAL, MICROFLUIDIC SYSTEM FOR NUCLEIC ACID   SAMPLE PREPARATION, AMPLIFICATION, AND DETECTION
  2. 2009-750, US Serial#61/263,962 METHODDS AND PROCESS FOR THE BATCH FABRICATION OF MICRO AND NANO MOLDS IN CARBON
  3. 2008-698, US Serial#61/067,709 FABRICATION OF MINIATURE BMG PARTS AND MOLDS USING CARBON MOLDS: BMG and C-MEMS
  4. 2008-326, US Serial#12/529,199 SERIAL SIPHON VALVES FOR FLUIDIC OR MICROFLUIDIC DEVICES
  5. 2007-276, US Serial#11/624,967 CARBON ELECTRODES FOR ELECTROCHEMICAL APPLICATIONS
  6. 2006-719, US Serial #11/837,286 ELECTRODEPOSITION OF POLYMER FILM AS A THIN FILM POLYMER ELECTROLYTE FOR 3D LITHIUM ION BATTERIES
  7. 2006-420, US Serial#11/678,503 MINIATURE FUEL CELLS COMPRISED OF MINIATURE CARBON FLUIDIC PLATES
  8. 2005-168, US Patent #7,682,659 FABRICATION OF SUSPENDED CARBON MICRO AND NANOSCALE STRUCTURES
  9. 2005-108, US Serial #11/816,746 FLOW SWITCHING ON A MULTI-STRUCTURED MICROFLUIDIC CD (COMPACT DISC) USING CORIOLIS FORCE
  10. 2004-652 US Serial # 11/816,843 MICROFLUIDIC VALVE FOR LIQUIDS
  11. 2004-135 US Serial # 11/057,389 HIGH ASPECT C-MEMS ARCHITECTURE

Some Selected Disclosures (2004- 2010)

  1. UCI Case No. 2004-621-1. Method of Fabrication of Self-Enclosed Microchannels and/or Chambers With or Without Integrated Interconnects and Electrodes.
  2. UCI Case No. 2005-047-1. Method of Nanotexturing of Carbon Surfaces of High-Aspect-Ratio Carbon-MEMS (C-MEMS) Devices.
  3. UCI Case No. 2005-048-1. Method of Self-Aligned Insulation of Interconnects to High-Aspect-Ratio Structures.
  4. UCI Case No. 2005-216-1. Multilayer Carbon Microelectromechanical Systems (C-MEMS).
  5. UCI Case No. 2005-252-1. Method and Apparatus of Using 3D Conductive Structures in Dielectrophoretic Separation Applications.
  6. UCI Case No. 2005-399-1. Metal Interconnects for Use in Carbon Microelectromechanical Systems (C-MEMS).
  7. UCI Case No. 2006-011-1. Methods for More Efficient Current Collection in Carbon Electrodes.
  8. UCI Case No. 2006-012-1. Methods of Obtaining Porous C-MEMS Electrodes.
  9. UCI Case No. 2006-420-1. Miniature Fuel Cells Comprised of Miniature Carbon Fluidic Plates.
  10. UCI Case No. 2007-276-1. Carbon Electrodes For Electrochemical Applications Fabricated By 1. Bonding Polyimide Sheets and Using A Sacrificial and/or 2. Reactive Etching of Polyimide.
  11. UC Case No. 2010-234-1. Sample-to-Answer Device for Nucleic Acid-Based Diagnostics of Respiratory Viruses.
  12. UC Case No. 2010-036-1. Centrifugal Microfluidic Sample Lysis and Homogenization Platform.
  13.  UC Case No. 2009-544-1. Integrated, Centrifugal, Microfluidic System for Nucleic Acid Sample Preparation, Amplification, and Real-time Detection.
  14. UC Case No. 2007-704-1. Full patent application filed August 2008. Catheter for in vivo detection of glucose.
  15. UC Case 2008-474. Method and Apparatus for DEP-Assisted particle separation in High Flow Rates.
  16.  UC Case 2008-698. Fabrication of miniature Bulk Metallic Glasses Parts and Molds using Carbon Molds.
  17. UC Case  2007-707. Dielectrophoresis on a CD-like Centrifugal Platform.
  18. UC Case No. 2007-059.  Bead-Based Mechanical Cell Lysis on a Fluidic Disk.

Earlier Disclosures

  1. Interdigitated Microbattery Array (at LBNL), 1997.
  2. Gas Sensing Array Optimized through Instrument Hybridization UC Case No.:B98-007 (at UCB), 1997.
  3. Chronically implantable, potentiometric chemical sensors for physiological monitoring (NASA), 1998.
  4. A Micromachined Artificial Muscle (OSU), 1998.
  5. A New Method to Fabricate IrOx for pH Sensing (OSU), 1998.
  6. A Novel CO2 Sensor (OSU), 1999.
  7. Riston Based Sensors (OSU), 1999.
  8. Reaction Sites in Planar Fluidic Platforms, Nanogen, 1/8/01.
  9. Bubble-Less Electrokinetic Pump Using Ion Rectification, Nanogen, 4/13/01.
  10. Bubble-Less Electrokinetic Pump with External Rectification Using a Porous, Nanogen, 4/18/01.
  11. Two Layer Fluidic Structure for Electro-Osmoticly Pumped Assay, Nanogen, 5/25/01.
  12. Method for Electronic Contacting of Centrifungal Assay Disc, Nanogen, 6/26/01.
  13. Electrochemical Detection of SNPs and DNA Hybridization, Nanogen, 7/9/01.
  14. A System for Evanescent Detection and Transparent Planar Electrode Assisted Hybridization and Detection, 8/28/01.
  15. Electrode Arrays with Proximity Attachment for Evanescent Guided Wave Detection of Electronically Addressed Assays, 8/28/01.

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SELECTED MEDIA COVERAGE

Magazine and Newspaper Articles

  1. UCI to broadcoast more courses to Mexico, April 16th, 2009, 3:00 am, 31 Comments · posted by Gary Robbins, science writer-editor OC Register http://sciencedude.freedomblogging.com/2009/04/16/uci-might-broadcoast-more-courses-to-mexico/25321/
  2. New University, Simultaneous Classes From UCI to Mexico, BY MAXINE WALLY VOLUME 42, ISSUE 23  APR 06 2009
  3. India Journal, Indo-US Workshop on Fabrionics Held at UCI (http://www.indiajournal.com/pages/event.php?id=7582).
  4. J. Siegrist, M. Amasia, and M. Madou, 2010, Fast-iteration Prototyping and Bonding of Complex Plastic Microfluidic Devices, Chips & Tips, online. 
  5. Premiere Issue, Micro Manufacturing, Fall 2008, Volume 1, Issue 1, Interviewed for the cover story: Additive Value, New and revamped technologies for mass fabricating microparts (Bill Kennedy, Contributing Editor)
  6. Microscopic drops of fluid form basis of new technology, The Seattle Times, April 9, 2007. http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/businesstechnology/2003658341_btmicrofluid09.html 
  7. UCI studies power of a droplet, The Orange County Register by Cathy Tran, http://www.ocregister.com/ocregister/healthscience/abox/article_1597223.php
  8. Building a Better Battery by John Hockenberry, WIRED Magazine, November 2006. http://www.wired.com/wired/archive/14.11/battery.html
  9. International Research Collaboration Key to Tackling Global Health Issues, The Henry Samueli School of Engineering UCI, June, 27, 2007,  http://www.eng.uci.edu/node/1272
  10. New University, DNA tests get faster, smaller, cheaper, The Orange County Register by Cathy Tran, Jube 28, 2007. http://www.ocregister.com/ocregister/money/article_1746477.php
  11. New University, Around the Ring, BY VERONICA LEWIS AND STELLA CHO, VOLUME 40, ISSUE 5  |  OCT 16 2006, $1.5 Million to Develop Handheld Infections Detection Device
  12. Popular Science, September 2005.
  13. Swell Hydrogels", Nature Materials, April 2005, http://www.nature.com/nmat/thisissue/0405-5.html
  14. "1st Latin American, Student Organized bioMEMS Symposium Brings Together Pioneers in the Field - Bionics, Biochips, Nanotechnology and MEMS Business are Just Some Topics to Discuss", January 10, 2005, http://www.prweb.com/releases/2005/1/prweb195681.htm
  15. "Primer Simposium en Latino América sobre Micro y Nano tecnologías para aplicaciones médicas y biológicas reúne Pioneros y Líderes en el campo. Biónica, Biochips, Nanotecnología y MEMS Marketing son solo algunos temas a discutir", January 10, 2005, http://www.ambosmedios.com/releases/2005/1/prweb195686.htm
  16. J. Kling, “Small but Mighty”, June 14, 2004, http://www.chemistry.org/portal/a/c/s/1/feature_pro.html?id=c373e9fd0d66e0458f6a4fd8fe800100
  17. "New Avenues in Drug Delivery" Medtech Insight Newsletter, September 2004, www.medtechinsight.com
  18. Pharmaceutical Supplement, "Good Drug Therapy: It’s not just the Molecule- It’s the Delivery", Rita D’ Aquino, February, 2004. http://www.cepmagazine.org/pdf/020415.pdf
  19. New University. 'U.S. News' Rankings Released, BY CHRISTINE TSAI, VOLUME 37, ISSUE 23  |  APR 12 2004
  20. Optics & Photonics News, April 2003, Vol.14.No.4. Book Reviews: Fundamentals of Microfabrication 2nd Edition Review by Bogdan Hoanca.
  21. Scientific American, April 2003, 51-57, Where a Pill Won't Reach, by Robert Langer.
  22. San Diego Metropolian , April, A Big Time Pioneer (with Howard Birndorf), 2002.
  23. The San Diego Union Tribune, March 6, Right Place, Right Dose, Right Time, p. F1-F4, 2002.
  24. Listin Diario, Santo Domingo, Republica Dominicana. "Technologia del Futuro: Píldora Personificada", March 12, 2002. http://www.listindiario.com.do/antes/120302/cuerpos/vida/vid1.htm
  25. The San Diego Union–Tribune, San Diego, CA, "Right Place-Right Dose-Right Time-Scientists Develop Precise, Implantable Drug Delivery Systems", March 6, 2002. http://pqasb.pqarchiver.com/sandiego/
  26. DISCOVER, VOL. 12, December 12, 2001. Future Tech: "A Pill With Your Name on It, Microchips and Micromuscles Could Spell the End of One-Size-Fits-All Medicine". http://www.discover.com/dec_01/feattech.html
  27. The Plain Dealer Business, BIOTECH: "Ohio Firm Creates New Insulin Devices", June 13, 2001, Ohio AP.
  28. Le Monde Interactif, TECHNOLOGIE, Dan les Labos: "Des Muscles Artificiels pour Soigner", Thursday, April 26, 2001 .http://interactif.lemonde.fr/article/0,5611,2854--177321-0,FF.html
  29. New Scientist, "FRONTIERS, Emerging Technologies", March 10, 2001. http://www.newscientist.com,http://www.zohshow.com/News/Newsbytes/01/quarter1/0307814.htm
  30. MIT Technology Review Magazine, January/February 2001. "Drug Delivery with Muscle". http://www.technologyreview.com/articles/innovation70101.asp
  31. La Nazione.Il Giorno. Bologna, Italy, 2001.
  32. World Link: The Magazine of the World Economic Forum, "The Cure Within", January 19, 2001.http://www.worldlink.co.uk/discuss/msgReader$514?mode=day
  33. Sun Sentinel, South Florida-Tribune Group, "High Tech Prescription", pp 8G, Sunday February 18, 2001. For a movie on our technology see: http://www.sun-sentinel.com/graphics/news/smartpill/
  34. MIT Technology Review Magazine, January/February, Drug Delivery with Muscle, by Alexandra Stikeman, 2001.
  35. DISCOVER Vol. 22 No. 12, Future Tech: A Pill With Your Name on It, Microchips and micromuscles could spell the end of one-size-fits-all medicine, December 2001.
  36. USA Weekend, Dec. 17. Marc Madou, professor of materials science and engineering. Article about his development of tiny implantable capsules perforated with microscopic holes to dispense medication, with each hole guarded by a tiny ring of artificial muscle made of soft, gel-like plastic, 2000. (USA Weekend is a magazine insert that appears in 552 U.S. newspapers, including the Columbus Dispatch, with a combined circulation of more than 22 million.) "Research Story"
  37. Wired, 7.11-Nov., You've Got Smell, 1999.
  38. Recording Oil's Vital Signs, Mechanical Engineering, 1999.
  39. Business Week, September 29, The Tests Are Back from the CD, p. 106, 1997.
  40. Space Technology, Innovation, Vol. 2, No. 3, May/June 1994.
  41. Sensors, October 9, 1992, Vol. 9, No. 10, Fast Response Gas Sensors.
  42. Sensors, July 7, 1992, R&D Section.
  43. Belgian Business & Industry, May 1992, 103-109.
  44. EONEWS settimanale, N. 182, 23 April 1992.
  45. Electronique International, 26 Hebdo, 19 March 1992, No. 052.
  46. Mechanical Engineering, Vol. 114, No. 2, February 1992.
  47. Electronics Buyer's News, 10 February 1992.
  48. Sensor Business Digest, Vol. 1, No. 4, January 1992, ISSN 1060-1902.
  49. SENSORS, January 1992, pp. 34-39.
  50. SENSORS, December 1991, pp. 31-34.
  51. Chemie Magazine, December 1991, p. 9.
  52. Sensor Technology, Vol. 7, No. 11, Company to Watch, November 1991.
  53. Standaard September 12, 1991. Leuvens mikro-elektronikacentrum werkt samen met Amerikaans bedrijf.
  54. Het Volk September 20, 1991. Leuvense Imec sluit akkoord met VS-bedrijf. Micro-electronica op wereldniveau.
  55. Tijd September 1991. IMEC werkt samen met Teknekron voor ontwikkeling van sensoren.
  56. Tijd September 1991. IMEC en Teknekron entoesiast over samenwerking. Synergy tussen IMEC en TSDC kan markt sensoren opkrikken.
  57. Sensor Technology, Vol. 7, No. 8, Submicrometer Chemical Sensing in Atmospheric Gases, August 1991.
  58. A Newsletter of the NASA-Ames Sensors 2000! September 1990. Advanced Sensor Technologies.
  59. Business Intelligence Program, Scan No. 2078 (July, 1990). "Small, Innovative Companies such as TSDC, Sensym, IC Sensor, and NovaSensor, Are the Giants in Micromachining."
  60. CMC2 Lettre D'Information Du Club Microcapteurs Chimiques Janvier 1990. Le department "Microcapteur" de SRI International devient la Societe TSDC.
  61. Trends Januari 1990. Gejaagd door de Winst.
  62. Trends 20 April 1989, Silicon Valley.
  63. SRI's Business Intelligence Program, Datalog No. 159, SRI's Microsensor Program, June 1989.
  64. Technivisie. Nr. 113, 5 October 1988. Toekomstige Richtingen in Onderzoek Microsensoren.
  65. SRI Journal Spring 1988. Microsensors heat up.
  66. Trends 17 October 1986, Vlaams talent in Californie.
  67. Industrial Chemical News, May 1986, p. 1. Chemistry gives sensors new definition.
  68. France-Inter Le Nouvel Observateur. Le Coffre-Fort, De L'Amerique. Vendredi 9 Novembre 1984.
  69. Week-Bode, In de kijker, Marc Madou, April 1984.

Brochures and Other Publications

  1. Workshop on Miniaturization in Biomedicine, October 20, 2003.
  2. Profile on Professor Marc Madou in Lab Chip, 2003, 3 (2).
  3. An accidental tourist in India - The Indian Post, Sunday, March 12, 1989.
  4. SRI International - Microsensor Program Brochure.
  5. Teknekron Sensor Development Corporation Brochure - TSDC.
  6. Sensor Seminar Announcement (November 7, 1986 and July 8, 1988) - SRI International.

TV and Radio

  1. German Public Television, Documentary on Drug Delivery, Fall 2004.
  2. Videotaped Lecture Series on Sensors at NASA, Ames (1 tape per month -February to June, 1993).
  3. Australian ABC Television, Quantum, June 17, 1991.
  4. Stanford Instructional TV Network, Information Systems Laboratory, Micromachining the Future, Thursday, March 8, 1990.
  5. Belgian National Television BRT, Brain drain.
  6. Interview on French Radio. Transcript : France-Inter Le Nouvel Observateur. Le Coffre-Fort de L'Amerique. Vendredi 9 novembre, 1984.

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GRANTS AND CONTRACTS

Current And Pending Grants And Contracts

  1. "NIRT: C-MEMS/C-NEMS for Miniature Biofuels Cells", PI, National Science Foundation-NIRT, $1,000,000, 7/1/07-6/30/10.
  2. “CD Based Molecular Diagnostics”, Nacional Institutes of Health, Co-PI; Michel Bergeron, PI, Centre Hospitalier Universitaire De Quebec (Chuq) (Canada), $602,847, 9/01/04-9/30/09.
  3. “A Compact Centrifugal Microfluidics Based Pathogen Analyzer”, PI, Nanogen Inc., $60,000, 3/01/05-2/28/08.
  4. “IRES: U.S.-India Fast DNA Hybridization in Microfluidic Platforms”, PI, Nacional Science Foundation, $105,000, 9/15/05-8/31/08.
  5. “3D Dielectrophoresis with C-MEMS:  Design, Simulation And Implementation”, PI, UC Mexus, $17,301, 9/01/06-2/29/08.
  6.  “Microfluidic System for Point of Care Diagnosis of GBS”, Co-PI; Michel Bergeron, PI, Nacional Institutes of Health, TOTAL: $ $ 2, 499. 995; THIS PROJECT: $604, 035, 9/1/04-9/1/07.
  7. MF3, DARPA, Co-PI, $90,000.
  8. Predoctoral Fellowship for Zarah Noorozi, National Science Foundation, PI, $30,000,
  9. “Collaborative Research: Extended Life Implantable Biosensor Platform”, PI, National Science Foundation, PI, $450,000, 7/1/08-6/30/11, pending.
  10. Genome Canada, pending.

Past Grants And Contracts  (1999-2007)

  1. "Test Bed and Feasibility Phase for Disposable Blood Gas and Blood Electrolyte Sensors", PI, Microbionics, Inc., $306,000, 8/1/98-10/31/99.
  2. "Novel Manufacturing Options for the LabCD", Gamera Bioscience, $56,000, 8/1/98-7/31/99.
  3. "Search for H2O Sensing Films and Study of Film Stability", NASA-Ames, $32,000, 01/01/99-12/31/99.
  4. "Electronic Nose for Analysis of The Light Hydrocarbons", PI, Aircraft Braking Systems Co., $59,300, 05/01/99-07/01/99.
  5. "Novel Manufacturing Options for the LabCD", PI, Gamera Bioscience, $56,000, 8/1/98-7/31/99.
  6. "Operational CO2 Sensors Integrated in Polychip’s Telemetric Pill", Polychip Inc. $237,000, 5/1/97-4/1/99.
  7. "Miniaturization Methodologies in Biomedical and Chemical Sensor Applications at NASA", PI, NASA Ames, $178,000, 01/01/98 - 12/31/00.
  8. "The Alpha-Mos /OSU/NASA Test Bed and Feasibility Study for a Hybrid Electronic Nose/Gas Chromatograph", Alpha-Mos Corp. $106,000, 5/1/98-4/30/00.
  9. "Novel Sensors R&D Leading to Curriculum Development", National Science Foundation-CRCD, $500,000, 12/01/98-11/30/01.
  10. “Biomimetic Detection Schemes on a Microfluidic Platform (LabCD)”, PI, NASA, $839,537, 8/1/99-7/15/03.
  11. “Responsive Drug Delivery Systems: ChipRx”, PI, TAF-State of Ohio, $500,000, 10/1/00-3/31/03.
  12. “Fabrication of C-MEMS Rotating Microsample System”, PI, BIOMEC, Inc., $17,000, 9/1/02-2/28/03.
  13. “C-MEMS”, PI, BIOMEC, $17,000, 6/1/03 –12/31/03.
  14. “New Methods for 3D Lithography of Micro/Nanoelectronics”, PI, UC Discovery (with Medconx, Inc.), $30,686, 9/3/03-9/2/04.
  15. “New Methods for 3D Lithography of Micro/Nanoelectronics”, PI, Medconx, Inc. (matching funds for UC Discovery), $39,989, 9/3/03-9/2/04.
  16. “Vapor Valves”, PI, The Aerospace Corporation, $10,000, 8/23/04-11/22/04.
  17. "Responsive Drug Delivery Systems", ChipRx, Co-PI; S. Daunert, PI; Kentucky Science and Technology Center, R&D Voucher, $100,000, 12/1/02-11/30/04.
  18. “Automated Miacrofluidic CD for Gene Expression Study in Space”, PI, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, $48,000, 7/1/04-11/30/04.
  19. “Artificial Muscle”, PI, UCI Set-up Fund, $50,000, 6/1/03-6/31/04.
  20. "Active DNA Arrays and Nanomanipulator", PI, UCI Set-up Fund, $50,000, 6/1/03-6/31/04.
  21. “Automated Microfluidic CD for Gene Expression Study in Space”, PI, UC Santa Cruz, $197,994, 7/01/04-6/30/06.
  22. "Bio-Inspired Materials for Sensing and Actuation in Biomedical Applications", Co-PI; S. Daunert, PI, NIH, $357,693, 09/30/03-09/29/06.
  23. "Modified Photoproteins as Labels and Molecular Switches in Bioanalysis", Co-PI: S. Daunert, PI, National Institutes of Health, $1,012,580, 4/1/04-3/31/07.
  24. “Sensors: C-MEMS Based Microbattery Arrays for Miniature Sensors”, PI, Nacional Science Foundation, $375,000, 9/1/04-8/31/07.
  25. “Sample Preparation  and Molecular Diagnostics on a CD”, Co-PI; Michel Bergeron, PI, Genome Canada, TOTAL: $ 11,437,602; THIS PROJECT: $1,995,678, 9/1/04-9/1/07.

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CURRENT RESEARCH GROUP

Graduate Students

·Zahra Noroozi

·Mary Amasia

·Gobind Singh Bisht

·Chang-hsiu

·Yusheng Deng

·Kameel Abi-Samra

·Vinh Ho

·Chang-hsiu Chen

·Yusheng Deng

·Omid Rohani

·Salar Soroori

·Will Southard

 

Postdoctoral Student and Senior Researchers

·Dr. Horacio Kido

·Dr. Lawrence Kulinski

·Dr. Miodrag Micic

·Dr. Seajin Oh

·Dr. Regis Peytavi

 

Undergraduate Students

·Dane Van Domelen

·Casey Dzuong

 

Faculty Mentorees

I have mentored the following Assistant Professors:

·Dr. Alia Marafi, Assistant Professor at the University of Kuwait

·Dr. Chunlei (Peggy) Wang, Assistant Professor at Florida Internacional University

·Dr. Yoke Khin Yap, Assistant Professor at Michigan Technical University

·Dr. Susan Zhou, Assistant Professor at Worchester Politechnic University

·LSU

·MALAYA

·KOREA

 

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PAST MEMBERS OF THE MADOU RESEARCH GROUP AT UCI

 

Graduate Students

·Rodrigo Martinez-Duarte Ph.D., 2010

·Robin Gorkin Ph.D., 2010

·Jonathan Siegrist Ph.D., 2009

·Genis Turón Teixidor Ph.D., 2009

·Xavier Casadevall i Solvás Ph.D., 2009

·Nahui Kim Ph.D., 2009

·Rabih Bachir Zaouk Ph.D., 2008

·Chengwu Deng, M.S, 2007

·         Francesc Galobardes Jornet, M.S., 2007

·Po-Chang Lin, M.S., 2007

·Han –Kuam Tsai, Ph.D., 2007

·Han Xu, Ph.D., 2007

·Jitae Kim, Ph.D., 2006

·Kuoseng Ma, Ph.D., 2006

·Kartikeya Malladi, M.S. 2006

·Benjamin Park, Ph.D., 2006

·Guanyao Jia, Ph.D., 2006

·         Weihong Zhang (Linda), M.S.,2005

·Lili Taherabadi, M.S.,2005

·Alia Marafie, Ph.D., 2005

·Gaurav Chopra, M.S. 2004

·Amaneet Singh Randhawa, M.S. 2004

·Reza Moghbel, M.S. 2004

 

 

Exchange Graduate Students

·Alessandra Bonanni, Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain

·Salvatore Cito , Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Tarragona, Spain

·Jyoti Mishra, IIT Kanpur, Kanpur, India

·Hamza Rouabah, Hywel Morgan Research Group - University of Southampton, England

 

Postdoctoral Students and Senior Researchers

·Dr. Peggy Arps

·Dr. Chunlei (Peggy) Wang

·Dr. Susan Zhou

 

Visiting Professors et al

·Dr. Eric Salin (Prof)

·Dr. Ashutosh Sharma (Prof)

·Dr. Suman Chakraborty (Prof)

·Dr. Tarun Chakraborty (Prof)

·Dr. Amithabha Ghosh (Prof)

·Dr. Sam Kassegne (Visiting Scientist)

·Ms. Alessandra Fischetti from ST Microelectronics (Visiting Scientist)

 

Undergraduate Students

·Kelvin Cheung

·Ryan Florido

·Michael Hurt

·Brandon Jonson

·Matt Kawabe

·Vinh Lee

·Yong Moon Lee

·Alan Paradiso

·Brian Sa

·Omar Zarka

 

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MENTOR FOR SCIENTISTS AND STUDENTS PRIOR TO JOINING UCI IN 2002

University of Ghent, Belgium

·Mr. Filip Fransen (now at Sidmar)

·Prof. Daniel Van Maeckelberghe (Professor, Universiteit Eindhoven, the Netherlands)

 

SRI International, Menlo Park

·Prof. Peter Hesketh (Professor at Georgia Institute of Technology)

·Dr. Anuradha Agarwal (Research Associate MIT)

·Mr. Surjit Chhokar (Senior Technician at SRI)

·Mr. Scott Gaisford (President Multi Fluid Systems)

·Dr. Jose Joseph (Director Sensor Department SRI)

·Dr. Seajin Oh (Senior Scientist SRI)

·Mr. Adriaan Saaman (Technical Director Micromachining Debiotech, Switzerland)

·Ms. Sharon Wing (Senior Technician SRI)

 

TSDC, Menlo Park

·Prof. Peter Hesketh (now Professor at Georgia Institute of Technology)

·Mr. Surjit Chhokar (now Senior Technician at SRI)

·Mr. Timothy Slater (after Xros/Nortel buyout became a winery owner )

·Mr. Sean Cahill (Bridgewave Communications)

·Dr. Fariborz Maseeh (after IntelliSense buyout became President of Picoco)

·Ms. Lynn Kim (Burstein)

·Dr. Mike Thierny (Cygnus, Life-Scan)

·Mr. Bill Chu (Eatek)

·Dr. Armand Neukermans (Founder Xros/Nortel-Retired)

·Dr. Jeff Row (Life-Scan)

·Ms. Shjon Minners (MTI)

·Dr. Jose Joseph (SRI)

·Dr. Arvind Jina (Life-Scan)

·Ms. Linda Whittlesey (after Xros/Nortel)

·Mr. Kevin Meldrum (Agilent)

 

Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, Louisiana

 

·As a consultant to CAMD (Reporting to Director Volker Saile) and visiting Professor at LSU (Reporting to Chairman Professor Vic Cundy), Dr. Madou helped organize "Introduction to Microsystem Design," a dual-level (graduate and undergraduate) elective course based on Fundamentals of Microfabrication, lectured by Professor Marc Madou and Professor Michael Murphy.

·Dr. Madou trained then 5 assistant professors in MEMS and involved them in entering the micromachining field and LIGA at the CAMD synchrotron center (including Drs.Wanjun Wang, Michael Murphy and Kevin Nelly).

 

 

OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY, Columbus, Ohio

 

Dr. Madou held an Endowed Chair at OSU. His group consisted of the following staff: 3 Research Associates, 1 Research Assistant, 11 graduate students and 1 Office Administrator.

 

·Arriana Rackerbi-Li (office manager)

·Ms. (Debbie) Lei-Mei Low (graduate student)

·Lu, Yumin (graduate student)

·Lai, Siyi (graduate student)

·Kunal Vaed (graduate student)

·Jaishankar Jayaram (graduate student)

·Amit Singh (graduate student)

·Sree Mouli Majjii (graduate student)

·Kohn Florkey (graduate student)

·Min Wang (graduate student)

·He, Ke-Qin (graduate student)

·Chee Guan Koh (graduate student)

·Sukeerthi Seetharaman (research assistant)

·Dr. Sheng Yao (research associate)

·Dr. Yunshu Zhang (research associate)

·Dr. Serban Peteu (research associate)

 

 

Nanogen, Inc., San Diego, CA

·Ralph Whitten, Sr. Director, Biosensor R&D

·Beth Mather, Ph.D., Principal Investigator

·Dalibor Hodko, Ph.D., Principal Investigator

·Jim Zoval, Ph.D., Sr. Program Engineer

·Howie Reese, Ph.D., Sr. Research Scientist

·Dan Smolko, Ph.D., Chemical Engineer

·Christian Gurtner, Ph.D., Sr. Research Scientist

·Ying Huang, Ph.D., Staff Scientist

·Sam Kassegne, Ph.D., Principal Engineer

·Kamal Sarkar, Principal Engineer II

·Sejal Sampat, Associate Chemical Engineer

·Sally Larson, Office Assistant

·Mike Heller, Chief Technology Officer

·Linda Rhodes, Office Assistant

·Marcus Tirado, Research Associate II

·Robert Haigis, Research Associate II

 

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