International Congress on Analytical Sciences 2017

Hainan, China · May 5th to 8th, 2017 · Hainan International Convention & Exhibition Center

Speakers

Plenary Lecturers

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Plenary Lecturers

Title

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Prof. Takehiko Kitamori

Department of Applied Chemistry

School of Engineering,

The University of Tokyo

Tokyo, Japan

Extended Nanofluidics as a Promising Platform for Single Cell Single Molecule Analysis

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Prof. Aldo Roda

Laboratory of Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry

Department of Chemistry "G. Ciamician"

Alma Mater Studiorum-University of Bologna

Bologna, Italy

A general presentation of the use of smartphone as portable analytical device covering the most actual concept and applications

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Prof. Dr. Benzhong Tang

Department of Chemistry,

The Hong Kong University of Science & Technology (HKUST)

Hong Kong, China

Wonder Science of AIE, Advanced Tools Based AIEgens

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Prof. Xinrong Zhang

Department of Chemistry,

Tsinghua University

Beijing, China

Mass Spectrometry-Based Single-Cell Analysis: A New Frontier in Metabolomics

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Keynote Speakers

No.

Keynote Speakers

Title

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Prof. Yoshinobu Baba

Nagoya University (Japan)

Nanobiodevices for Ultrafast DNA Sequencing, Cancer Diagnosis/Therapy, and iPS Cell-Based Regenerative Medicine

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Prof. Abraham Badu-Tawiah

The Ohio State University (USA)

On-demand Diagnosis using Paper-based Analytical Devices Capable of On-chip Mass Spectrometry

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Prof. Hongyuan Chen

Nanjing University (China)

 

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Prof. Jaebum Choo

Hanyang University (Korea)

Integrated SERS-based Microfluidic Platforms for Automatic Immunoassay

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5

Prof. Shaojun Dong

Changchun Institute of Applied Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences (China)

Self-powered EC Sensors by different Energy Sources

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6

Prof. Érico M. M. Flores

Fundação de Amparo à Pesquisa do Estado do Rio Grande do Sul (Brazil)

Trends and Current Challenges in Trace Elements Determination in Crude Oil

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Prof. Hubert H. Girault

Federal Polytechnic School of Lausanne (Switzerland)

Bio-Scanning Electrochemical microscopy and electrochemical MALDI plates for bacteria detection

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8

Prof. J. Justin Gooding

University of New South Wales (Australia)

Single Entity Electrochemistry in Electroanalysis

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Prof. Peter de B. Harrington

OHIO University (USA)

Single Set Validation for Classification and Calibration Leads to False Conclusions

10

Prof. Akihiro Kusumi

Kyoto University (Japan)

Very transient molecular complexes enable signal transduction: findings by single-molecule tracking

11

Prof. Carita Kvarnström

University of Turku (Finland)

In situ spectroelectrochemistry on organic semiconductors

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Prof. X. Chris Le

University of Alberta (Canada)
Arsenic speciation in the environment and identification of new arsenic metabolites of toxicological relevance

13

Prof. Lingjun Li

University of Wisconsin-Madison (USA)

Painting Molecular Pictures of Biological Systems via Mass Spectrometric Imaging

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Prof. Shaoping Li

University of Macau (Macau, China)

Quality control of Panax species based on glyco-analysis

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Prof. Yongfang Li

Institute of Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences (China)

High efficiency organic solar cells based on absorption-complementary donor and acceptor photoovltaic materials

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Prof. Shelley D. Minteer

University of Utah (USA)

Self-Powered Biosensors Utilizing Enzymatic Bioelectrocatalysis

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Prof. Evgeny Nikolaev

Institute for Energy Problems of Chemical Physics, Russian Academy of Sciences (Russia)
Ultrahigh Resolution in Mass Spectrometry for Analytical Purposes

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Prof. Sungsu Park

Sungkyunkwan University (Korea)

Clonal selection of drug-resistant cells using microfluidic cell culture device

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Prof. Dr. Oliver J. Schmitz

University of Duisburg-Essen (Germany)

2D-LC and 2D-GC coupled with IMS-qTOF-MS as a potential tool for the analysis of Traditional Chinese Herbs

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Prof. Neso Sojic

Université de Bordeaux (France)

From Light-Emitting Bioswimmers to 3D Electrogenerated Chemiluminescence

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Prof. Joon Myong Song

Seoul National University (Korea)

Inkjet printing-based antioxidant enzyme inhibition assay performed on paper

22

Prof. Nongjian Tao

Arizona State University (USA)

Label-free optical imaging of chemical, electrical and mechanical properties of materials

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Prof. W. Andy Tao

Purdue University (USA)

Phosphoproteins in Extracellular Vesicles as Candidate Markers for Breast Cancer

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Prof. Zhong-Qun Tian

Xiamen University (China)
 

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Prof. Dr. Katsumi Uchiyama

Tokyo Metropolitan University (Japan)

Analytical / Chemical application of Ink-jet

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Prof. Lijun Wan

Institute of Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences (China)

Surface Molecular Modification for Analytical Chemistry: Structure and STM Imaging

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Prof. Erkang Wang

Changchun Institute of Applied Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences (China)

Photoinduecd electron transfer (PET) between DNA/Ag fluorescent Nanoclusters and G-quadruplex/hemin complex

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Prof. Shouzhuo Yao

Hunan University (China)
New bioassays for the sensing of key biomarkers in apoptosis

29

Prof. Juyoung Yoon

Ewha Womans University (Korea)

Recent Progress on Fluorescent Probes and Activatable Photosensitizers

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Prof. Ru-Qin Yu

Hunan University (China)

Chemometrics-assisted Mathematization and Informatization of Analytical Chemistry and Emergence of New Research Paradigm

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Prof. Xueji Zhang

University of Science & Technology Beijing (China)

Bioanalysis Based on Novel Nanomaterials or Intelligent Interface

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Prof. Yukui Zhang

Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences

Deep coverage proteome analysis

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Prof. Yufen Zhao

Xiamen University (China)

Modern Analytical Techniques for the Study on the Origin of Life

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Prof. Yuliang Zhao

National Nano Research Center, Chinese Academy of Sciences (China)

Analysis of Nano/Bio Interface Interactions for Nanomaterials Safety and Medical Applications

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Invited Speakers

No.

Invited Speakers

Title

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Prof. Zeper Abliz

Institute of Materia Medica, Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences and Peking Union Medical College

Minzu University of China (China)

A Micro-region in situ Metabolomics Method to Classify Benign and Malignant Human Thyroid Cancer using Ambient Mass Spectrometry Imaging

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Prof. Zong-Wei Cai

Hong Kong Baptist University (Hong Kong, China)

 

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Prof. Hao Chen

Ohio University (USA)

Online Monitoring of Enzymatic Reactions Using Time-Resolved Desorption Electrospray Ionization Mass Spectrometry

4

Prof. Huanwen Chen

East China University of Technology (China)

Direct Molecular Characterization of Biological Samples Using Extractive Electrospray Ionization Mass Spectrometry

5

Prof. Xi Chen

Xiamen University (China)

Fluorescence Sensing of Lead Based Perovskite

6

Prof. Yi Chen

Institute of Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences (China)

Development-dependent variation of gibberellins in floral organs from a single tiny flower of arabidopsis thaliana

7

Prof. Zilin Chen

Wuhan University (China)

Capillary electrochromatographic column technology for pharmaceutical analysis

8

Prof. Wenlong Cheng

Monash University (Australia)

Nano-enabled Skin-like Wearable Biomedical Sensors

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Prof. Doo Soo Chung

Seoul National University (Korea)

 

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Prof. Hua Cui

University of Science and Technology of China (China)

Highly Chemiluminescent and Fluorescent Acridinium Ester/Carbon Nanoparticles for Array Sensing of Metal Ions
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Prof. Zhifeng Ding

The University of Western Ontario (Canada)
Further Development of Scanning Electrochemical Microscopy as A Powerful Analytical Chemistry Tool of Single Live Cells

12

Prof. Chunhai Fan

Shanghai Institute of Applied Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences (China)

DNA nanotechnology-based engineering at the biosensing interface

13

Prof. Shih-Kang Scott Fan

National Taiwan University (Taiwan, China)

3D Cell-laden Hydrogel Formation and Assembly on an Electromicrofluidic Platform

14

Prof. Qun Fang

Zhejiang University (China)
 

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Prof. Yuqi Feng

Wuhan University (China)

 

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Prof. Liang-Hong Guo

Research Center for Eco-environmental Science, Chinese Academy of Sciences (China)

Magnetic Bead Based Electrochemiluminescence Detection of
8-Oxo-dG in Cellular DNA

17

Prof. Md Ahsna Habib

University of Dhaka (Bangladesh)

Development of new ion source and desorption in mass spectrometry

18

Prof. Jun Haginaka

Mukogawa Women's University (Japan)

Molecularly imprinted polymers for
separations and extractions

19

Prof. Jens Hasserodt

University of Lyon – ENS (France)

Tagging live cells competent in the expression of a catalytically active enzyme

20

Prof. Kazuichi Hayakawa

Kanazawa University (Japan)

Recent Urban Air Pollution in Japan from The Point View of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons in PM2.5

21

Prof. Jin He

Florida International University (USA)

Multimode Detection and Analysis of Single Nanoparticle Translocation and Collision Events Using Nanopore and Nanoelectrode Probes

22

Prof. Yan He

Tsinghua University (China)

Single Molecule Spectroscopy of Plasmonic Metal Nanoparticles in Living Cells

23

Prof. Xiandeng Hou

Sichuan University (China)
Long-Term and Inexpensive Monitoring of Total Organic Carbon by Coupling High-Efficiency Photo-oxidation Vapor Generation to Miniaturized Point Discharge OES

24

Prof. I-Ming Hsing

The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (Hong Kong, China)

Enzyme-Free Molecular Diagnostics Utilizing Thermodynamics and Kinetics of DNA Self-Assembly Reactions

25

Prof. Chengzhi Huang

Southwest University (China)

Single Nanoparticle-Based Dark-Field Microscopy Imaging Technique and its Applications in Analytical Chemistry

26

Prof. Wei-Hua Huang

Wuhan University (China)

Electrochemical Monitoring of Single Cells in Real-Time

27

Prof. Yanyi Huang

Peking University (China)

Emulsion Single Cell Whole Genome Amplification and Sequencing

28

Prof. Jian-Hui Jiang

Hunan University (China)
Genetically Encoded Fluoroscent RNA sensor for Ratiometric Imaging of MicroRNA in Living Tumor Cells

29

Prof. Xingyu Jiang

National Center for NanoScience and Technology (China)

The functional analysis of silver nanorods as adjuvant on regulating HIV vaccine-induced immunities

30

Prof. Yun-Bao Jiang

Xiamen University (China)

Amplified Sensing via Aggregation upon Binding of the Analyte

31

Prof. Huangxian Ju

Nanjing University (China)

Sensitive Bioimaging of Cellular Functional Biomolecules

32

Prof. Hyo-Il Jung

Yonsei University (Korea)

Smartphone based diagnostics for human healthcare and forensic science

33

Prof. Frederic Kanoufi

Universite Paris Diderot (France)

Optical microscopies for mechanistic nano-imaging of (electro)chemical processes

34

Prof. Hian-Kee Lee

National University of Singapore (Singapore)

Experiences of Sorbent-Based Extraction from Aqueous Samples: The Road to Full Automation

35

Prof. Yong-ILL Lee

Changwon National University (Korea)

Background-free Optical Sensing of Biochemical molecules using Upconversion Nanoparticles

36

Prof. Chenzhong Li

Florida International University (USA)

Miniaturized Neuron on Chips-From Single Cell to Brain Slice Mapping

37

Prof. Genxi Li

Nanjing University (China)

Electrochemical analysis of disease marker proteins with clinical applications

38

Prof. Gongke Li

Sun Yat-sen University (China)

Novel online sample preparation media for complicated samples analysis coupling to high-performance liquid chromatography

39

Prof. Hongmei Li

National Institute of Metrology (China)

The Technologies of Chemical Metrology and Quality Assurance of Measurement Results in Food Analysis

40

Prof. Xing-Fang Li

University of Alberta (Canada)
Sweetened Swimming Pools

41

Prof. Yaoqun Li

Xiamen University (China)

Sensitive nanofluidic sensing in glass conical nanopores

42

Prof. Zhengping Li

Shaanxi Normal University (China)

Highly Sensitive and Multiplexed Quantification of microRNAs Based on Nucleic Acid Amplification

43

Prof. Baohong Liu

Fudan University (China)

Electrochemical analysis for biosensing and real-time catalysis study

44

Prof. Huwei Liu

Peking University (China)

Development and applications of analytical system for clinical lipidomics

45

Prof. Yi-Tao Long

East China University of Science & Technology (China)

Electrochemical nanopore sensing

46

Prof. Lehui Lu

Changchun Institute of Applied Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences (China)
 

47

Prof. Hui-Min Ma

Institute of Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences (China)

Spectroscopic Probes and Imaging Analysis

48

Prof. Tokeshi Manabu

Hokkaido University (Japan)
 

49

Prof. Lanqun Mao

Institute of Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences (China)

Enabling Bioelectrochemistry for in Vivo Analysis

50

Prof. Myeong Hee Moon

Yonsei University (Korea)

Enhancement in Lipidomic Analysis by LC-ESI-MS/MS 

51

Prof. Jwa-Min Nam

Seoul National University (Korea)

Plasmonically engineered nanogap probe-based biosensing and bioimaging applications

52

Prof. Zongxiu Nie

Institute of Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences (China)

Mass spectrometry and imaging of particles

53

Prof. Li Niu

Changchun Institute of Applied Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences (China)
Progress in Electrochemical Sensing and Analytical Instrument-Integrated Applications in our ELMAT

54

Prof. Osamu Niwa

Saitama Inst Technol (Japan)

Metal nanoparticles embedded carbon film electrodes for electroanalysis

55

Prof. Zheng Ouyang

Tsinghua University (China)

 

56

Prof. Yuanjiang Pan

Zhejiang University (China)
Mass Spectrometric Study of Organic Reactive Intermediates
57

Prof. Bin Ren

Xiamen University (China)
High Temporal and Spatial Resolution Electrochemical Raman Spectroscopy

58

Prof. Israel Schechter

Israel Institute of Technology ( Israel)

Detection and Mapping of Trace Materials on Surfaces Under Ambient Conditions using Multiphoton Electron Extraction Spectroscopy (MEES)

59

Prof. Philippe Schmitt-Kopplin

Institute of Ecological Chemistry (Germany)

 

60

Prof. Yuanhua Shao

Peking University (China)

Application of glass pipettes in analytical chemistry

61

Prof. Masami Shibukawa

Saitama Universit (Japan)

Characterization of the solute accumulation selectivity of water/hydrophobic interfaces by surface-bubble-modulated liquid chromatography

62

Prof. Bin Su

Zhejiang University (China)

Electrochemical Analysis and Molecular Filtration Based on Silica Isoporous Membranes

63

Prof. Bo Tang

Shandong Normal University (China)

Ultra-highly sensitive and dynamic fluorescence imaging of ROS in live cells and in vivo

64

Prof. Yang Tian

East China Normal University (China)

Development on Analytical Methods for Understanding the Processes of Oxidative Stress

65

Prof. Manabu Tokeshi

Hokkaido University (Japan)

Microfluidic-Based Immunoassays for Rapid Analysis

66

Prof. Kinichi Tsunoda

Gunma University (Japan)

Development and characterization of a liquid-core/liquid-cladding optical waveguide for chemical analysis

67

Prof. Hailin Wang

Research Center for Eco-Environmental Sciences, Chinese Academy of Sciences (China)

Capture of dynamic and transient RecA nucleofilaments using fast capillary electrophoresis

68

Prof. Jianhua Wang

Northeastern University (China)

Selective Adsorption of Proteins with Polyoxometalate-A Case Study for the Improvement of Selectivity with Octamolybdate-MOFs Composite

69

Prof. Wei Wang

Nanjing University (China)

Imaging the electrochemical activitiy of single nanoparticles with surface plasmon resonance microscopy

70

Prof. Xuemei Wang

Southeast University (China)

Real-time tracking of cancer cells through fluorescence and electrochemical biosensors

71

Prof. Fan Xia

China University of Geosciences

Huazhong University of Science and Technology (China)
Not 1:1 Detection of Biomolecules

72

Prof. Xinghua Xia

Nanjing University (China)

Plasmonics enhanced spectroscopic and electrochemical analysis

73

Prof. Yu Xia

Tsinghua University (China)

Old Wine in New Bottles – New Capabilities in Lipid Analysis Enabled by Classic Photochemical Reactions

74

Prof. Guobao Xu

Changchun Institute of Applied Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences (China)

Nanomaterial-based Electrochemiluminescence Analysis

75

Prof. Guowang Xu

Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences (China)

Mass spectrometry-based metabolomics for precision medicine

76

Prof. Jing-Juan Xu

Nanjing University (China)

Electrochemiluminescence Ratiometry for Bioanalysis

77

Prof. Peng-Yuan Yang

Fudan University (China)

Identification of intact glycopeptides at a proteome scale—pGlyco++

78

Prof. Mingliang Ye

Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences (China)

New methods for the analysis of low abundance post-translational modifications of proteins

79

Prof. Caixia Yin

Shanxi University (China)
Dual-site fluorescent probe for visualizing the metabolism of Cys in living cells
80

Prof. Chun-yang Zhang

Shandong Normal University (China)
Quantum Dot-Based Single-Molecule Detection and Its Biomedical Applications

81

Prof. Lihua Zhang

Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences (China)

New enrichment methods for protein terminome analysis

82

Prof. Shusheng Zhang

Linyi University (China)

Magnetic RNA Nanoflowers for Co-drug Delivery and Targeted Therapy

83

Prof. Sichun Zhang

Tsinghua University (China)

Dynamic Imaging of Newly Synthesized Proteins in Living Cells with Fluorescence Lifetime

84

Prof. Xiaobing Zhang

Hunan University (China)

 

85

Prof. Xueji Zhang

University of Science & Technology Beijing (China)
Bioanalysis Based on Novel Nanomaterials or Intelligent Interface

86

Prof. Wenwan Zhong

University of California (USA)

Study of peptide post-translational modification enabled by supramolecular receptors (in session of biological and bioanalysis)

87

Prof. Jun-Jie Zhu

Nanjing University (China)

Stimuli-Responsive Nanovehicles for precise cancer theranostics

88

Prof. Yuri A. Zolotov

Lomonosov Moscow State University (Russia)

New Functional Materials for Chemical Analysis