Invited Presentations


   

70. S. X. Wang, "Wash-free multiplex protein assay based on magnetic nanotechnology and its applications in cancer research", Symposium on Nanofunctional Materials, Nanostructures and Nanodevices for Cancer Applications, MRS Fall Meeting, Boston, MA, November 28 – December 1, 2011. (Committed)


69. S. X. Wang, "Ultrasensitive multiplex magneto-nanosensor platform for protein quantitation, antibody screening, and kinetics," Cell Based Assays and Bioanalytical Method Development, Berkeley, CA, Oct. 3-5, 2011. (Committed)


68. S. X. Wang, "Bench top and handheld magneto-nanosensor platform for multivariate in vitro diagnostics of cancer", NIH Conference on Cancer Detection and Diagnostics Technologies for Global Health, Bethesda, Maryland, August 22-23, 2011. (Committed)

67. S. X. Wang, "Multiplex wash-free magnetic biosensors for cancer diagnostics and drug development," Keynote speech, Silicon Valley Magnetics Technology Symposium, San Jose, June 18, 2011. (Committed)


66. S. X. Wang, R. S. Gaster, and D. A. Hall, "Wash-free multiplex protein assay based on magnetic nanotechnology and its applications in cancer research", Symposium on Advances on Biomagnetic Research, International Conference on Magnetics (Intermag), Taipei, April 25-29, 2011.


65. S. X. Wang, "Magneto-Nano Chips for Ultrasensitive and Multiplex Detection of Biomarkers of Tumor and Exposure," Symposium 11: Biomarkers of Exposure, Environmental Mutagen Society Annual Meeting, Omni Hotel, Fort Worth, Texas, October 23–27, 2010.


64. S. X. Wang, "Magneto-Nano Chip Platform for Cancer Research and Diagnostics," The 2nd Joint U.S.-China Symposium on Nanobiology and Nanomedicine, Washington, DC, September 16-18, 2010.


63. R.S. Gaster and S. X. Wang, "Magneto-Nano Chips for Cancer Diagnostics," NSTI Nanotech Conference and Expo, Anaheim, CA, June 23, 2010.


62. S. X. Wang, "Magneto-Nano Chip Platform for Cancer Research and Diagnostics," The First Physical Sciences in Oncology Symposium at the University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA, June 18, 2010.


61. S. X. Wang, "Magneto-Nano Chips for Biomedical Diagnostics," The 8th International Conference on the Scientific and Clinical Applications of Magnetic Carriers, Rostock, Germany, May 25-29, 2010.


60. S. X. Wang, "Magneto-Nano Protein Chip and Multiplex Sorter for Monitoring Tumor Markers," NCI Alliance for Nanotechnology in Cancer Annual Meeting, Manhattan Beach, California, Oct.19-22, 2009. (Also moderated a Working Group session on In- Vitro Diagnostics of Cancer.)


59. S. X. Wang, “Functional Synthetic Antiferromagnetic Nanoparticles for Magnetic Manipulation and Biomolecule Detection” ECI Conference: Nanotechnology for the Study of Cellular and Molecular Interactions, Il Ciocco Hotel and Conference Center, Barga (Tuscany), Italy, June 14-June 18, 2009.


58. S. X. Wang, “Protein Assays Based on Magnetic Nanotags and GMR Sensors: A New Tool for Fighting Cancer and Rapid Triaging”, Symposium on Bionanomagnetism, International Conference on Magnetics (Intermag), Sacramento, CA, May 4-8, 2009.


57. S. X. Wang, “A new tool for cancer early detection and therapy: ultrasensitive and multiplex protein assay based on magnetic nanotechnology”, Canary Foundation Annual Conference, Stanford, CA, May 4-5, 2009.


56. S. X. Wang, “NanoMagnetic Biochips Ø A New Tool for Fighting Cancer and Rapid Triaging”, 37th Annual Northern California Electronic Materials Symposium, Santa Clara, Apr. 10, 2009.


55. S. X. Wang, “A new tool for cancer detection and therapy monitoring: ultrasensitive and multiplex protein assay based on magnetic nanotechnology”, The inaugural Skippy Frank Translational Medicine Fund Multidisciplinary Cancer Conference, The Quadrus Center, Palo Alto, CA, January 16th and 17th, 2009.


54. S. X. Wang, “Magnetic Nanoparticles for Biomolecular Detection, Manipulation, and Imaging,” Asian Magnetics Conference, Bushan, Korea, Dec. 10-13, 2008.


53. S. X. Wang, “Physically fabricated synthetic magnetic nanoparticles with tunable magnetic properties,” MRS Fall Meeting, Symposium K: Nanomaterials by Design, Boston, Dec. 1-5, 2008.


52. S. X. Wang, “Magneto-nano DNA and protein chips for multiplex molecular diagnostics,” MRS Fall Meeting, in a special Symposium FF:  Nanofunctional Materials, Structures and Devices for Biomedical Applications, Boston, Dec. 1-5, 2008.


51.S. X. Wang, “Rapid and multiplex molecular diagnosis and therapeutic monitoring of cancer based on real-time magnetic nanotag sensing,” National Cancer Institute (NCI) Translational Science Meeting, Washington, DC, November 7-9, 2008.


50. S. X. Wang, “Embedded Integrated Inductors with a Single Layer Magnetic Core: Performance Gains and Trade-offs,” Power Supply on Chip Workshop, Cork, Ireland, Sept 22-24, 2008.


49. D. W. Lee and S. X. Wang, “Fabrication and Analysis of High-Performance Integrated Solenoid Inductor with Magnetic Core,” Invited paper AG-01, International Conference on Magnetics (Intermag), Madrid, Spain, May 4-8, 2008.


48. S. X. Wang, D.W. Lee, K.-P. Hwang, “Comparison of solenoid and spiral integrated inductors,” International Workshop on High Frequency Micromagnetic Devices and Materials, Madrid, Spain, May 9, 2008.


47. C. Earhart and S. X. Wang, “Magnetic sifters and biochips for early diagnosis and therapy monitoring of cancer,” Invited talk in the Symposium: Emerging Nano-based Diagnostics and Therapeutics:  Approaches to Cancer Treatment, American Physical Society March Meeting, New Orleans, March 9-14, 2008.


46. S. X. Wang, “Molecular diagnostics and nanomagnetic biosensors,” Invited Tutorial, American Physical Society March Meeting, New Orleans, March 9-14, 2008.


45. S. X. Wang and Chris Earhart, “Magnetic sifter and nanoparticles for molecular biology and medicine,” MRS Fall Meeting, Boston, Nov.26-30, 2007.


44. S. X. Wang, “CMOS integrated magnetic biochip for cancer diagnostics,” FA-04 in an invited symposium, The International Conference on Magnetism and Magnetic Materials (MMM), Tampa, Nov. 5-9, 2007.


43. S. X. Wang, “Magnetic Nanotechnology for Cancer Diagnostics and Therapy Monitoring,” NCI Alliance for Nanotechnology in Cancer Annual Meeting, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, Oct.16-18, 2007. (Also moderated a panel discussion on Nanotechnology Devices for Early Diagnosis of Cancer.)


42. S. X. Wang, “CMOS integrated magnetic biochip with high density spin valve sensor arrays,” European Symposium on Biomagnetism and Magnetic Biosystems Based on Molecular Recognition Processes (ESF-EMBO Symposium), Sant Feliu de Guixols, Spain, Sept 22-27, 2007.


41. S. X. Wang, “Nanomagnetic biosensors and biochips for pathogen detection and cancer diagnostics,” Defense Science Research Council (DSRC) meeting, Santa Cruz, California, July 19, 2007.


40. S. X. Wang, “Nanomagnetic biosensors: status and outlook,” The 6th International Storage Technology Symposium (ISTS), Kalamata, Greece, June 17 - 22, 2007.


39. S. X. Wang, “Design, fabrication, and application of nanomagnetic biosensors and biochips,” International Symposium on Advanced Magnetic Materials and Applications (ISAMMA), Jeju, Republic of Korea, May 28 - June 1, 2007.


38. S. X. Wang, “Magnetic nanotechnology for early diagnosis and therapy of cancer,” BIO International Convention, Boston, MA, May 6-9, 2007.


37. S. X. Wang, “Spin valve sensors for ultrasensitive detection of superparamagnetic nanoparticles for biological applications", MRS Spring Meeting, San Francisco, April 9-13, 2007.


36. S. X. Wang, “Magnetic nanoparticles and biochips for cancer diagnostics,” The 20th International Conference on Bio and Pharmaceutical Science and Technology (ICBPST06), San Diego, CA, December 18-21, 2006.


35. S. X. Wang, “Magneto-Nano Biosensors for Medicine,” The 2nd Annual Meeting of American Academy of Nanomedicine, Washington, DC, Spet. 9-10, 2006.


34. S. X. Wang, “Magneto-nano biochips for sensitive detection of nucleic acids and proteins,” The 11th International Symposium of Society of Chinese Bioscientists in America (SCBA), W9-05, San Francisco, July 21, 2006.


33. S. X. Wang, “Functionalization and characterization of magnetic biochips for sensitive DNA detection,” Pacific Polymer Federation IX Conference, Maui, Hawaii, Dec. 10-14, 2005.


32. S. X. Wang, “MagArray: a magnetic biochip for rapid diagnosis of infectious disease”, The Genomic Revolution: 3rd Annual National Academies Keck Futures Initiative Conference, Irvine, CA, Nov. 10-13, 2005,.


31. S. X. Wang, “Magnetic magic in nanotechnology and biosensing,” T. D. Lee Lectures, Chinese Academy of Sciences Graduate School, Beijing, China, June 30, 2005.


30. S. X. Wang, Liangliang Li, and Dok Won Lee, “Low resistance and high quality factor magnetic inductors: materials and design issues,” International Workshop on High Frequency Micromagnetic Devices and Materials, Sendai, Japan, 2005.


29. S. X. Wang, “Magnetic microarray for ultrasensitive molecular diagnostics,” MRS Fall Meeting, Boston, 2004.


28. S. Sun, H. Zeng, H. Yu, D. Robinson, G. Li, R. White and S. X. Wang, “Synthesis and surface modification of monodisperse magnetic nanoparticles for biological applications,” American Vacuum Society 51st International Symposium, Session MI-TuA, Anaheim, 2004. (SXW delivered the invited talk.)


27. S. X. Wang, “Challenges in nano-biomagnetic sensors,” MRSEC Symposium on Emerging Challenges on Nanomagnetics, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Nebraska, Sept. 24, 2004.


26. S. X. Wang, “MagArrayTM: Magnetic DNA Microarray”, Diskcon 2003, San Jose, 2003.


25. N. X. Sun and S. X. Wang, “Damping criterion of magnetization in ferromagnetic ellipsoids,” IEEE Magnetic Recording Conference, 2003.


24. S. X. Wang, et al., “Design and Fabrication of Bio-magnetic Sensors and Magnetic Nanobead Labels for DNA Detection and Identification,” paper EC-01, International Conference on Magnetics (Intermag), Boston, 2003.


23. S. X. Wang, “Advanced magnetic materials and transducers”, American Physical Society March Meeting, Austin, Texas, 2003.


22. S. X. Wang, “Advanced magnetic materials and transducers: enabling information explosion and magnetic nanotechnology,” Frontiers in Magnetism Research,Advanced Light Source Workshop, Berkeley, 2002.


21. S. Sun, S. X. Wang, G. Li, R. L. White, J. Kemp, “Magnetic nanoparticles for DNA labeling”, The 47th Annual Conference on Magnetism and Magnetic Materials (MMM), Tampa, 2002.


20. S. X. Wang, “Advanced magnetic materials and transducers for information technology and magnetoelectronics,” Symp. Magnetoelectronics & Superconducting Elec. Eng., Beijing, 2002.


19. S. X. Wang, “Advanced magnetic materials and transducers: enabling factors of data storage explosion and magnetic nanotechnology,” IEEE Distinguished Lecture, 2001-2002.


18. S. X. Wang, “High saturation Fe-Co-N films for GHz integrated inductors and magnetic recording heads,” International Workshop on High Frequency Micromagnetic Devices and Materials, Delft, The Netherlands, 2002.


17. S. X. Wang, N. X. Sun, and Ankur M. Crawford, “Advanced magnetic materials for GHz magnetic recording heads and integrated inductors,” MRS Spring Meeting, San Francisco, 2002.


16. S. X. Wang and N. X. Sun, “High saturation soft magnetic Fe-Co-N films for write heads,” International Symposium on Physics of Magnetic Materials, 2001.


15. S. X. Wang, N. X. Sun, T. J. Silva, A. Kos, “Soft magnetic properties and high frequency behavior of Fe-Co-N high saturation materials,” IEEE Magnetic Recording Conference, 2001.


14. S. X. Wang, K. Yamada, and W. E. Bailey, "Specularity in GMR spin valves and real-time electrical and magnetotransport measurements," paper GB-01, International Conference on Magnetics (Intermag), Toronto, 2000.


13. N. X. Sun and S. X. Wang, "Microstructures and soft magnetic properties of high saturation Fe-Co-N thin films", MRS Spring Meeting, 2000.


12. S. X. Wang, "Advanced materials for extremely high density recording heads," The 15th IIST Workshop on Information Storage, Lake Arrowhead, 1999.


11. S. X. Wang, “Inversion of spin polarization and tunneling magnetoresistance”, NSF-MRSEC Workshop on Magnetic Heterostructures, 1998.


10. S. X. Wang and J. Hong, "Magnetic and microstructural characterization of FeTaN high saturation materials," IEEE Magnetic Recording Conference, 1998.


9. S. X. Wang, J. Hong, and K. Sin, "Microstructures and properties of high saturation soft magnetic materials for advanced recording heads", MRS Spring Meeting, 1998.


8. B. Wilson, S. X. Wang, and T. Coughlin, "Read-back nonlinearity in longitudinal keepered recording", IEEE Magnetic Recording Conference, 1997.


7. A. Taratorin, J. Fitzpatrick, S. X. Wang and B. Wilson, "Nonlinear group transition and their relation to medium magnetization and error rates in high-density magetic recording", paper E-2, IEEE Magnetic Recording Conference, 1996.


6. S. X. Wang, W. E. Bailey, C. Suergers, "Ion beam deposition and structural characterization of GMR spin valves", paper AA-05, International Conference on Magnetics (Intermag), Seattle, 1996.


5. S. X. Wang and S.-Y. Bae, "Epitaxial growth of magnetic ceramic materials by sol-gel method", Pacific Regional Meeting of American Ceramics Society, Seattle, 1995.


4. S. X. Wang and S.-Y. Bae, "Sol-gel deposited perovskite manganites for colossal magnetoresistance",Workshop on Colossal Magnetoresistance, Los Alamos, 1995.


3. S. X. Wang, F. Liu, K. Maranowski, and M. H. Kryder, "Fabrication and performance of high moment FeAlN multilayer thin film recording heads", invited paper, IEEE Magnetic Recording  Conference, 1993.


2. S. X. Wang, "FeAlN multilayers for thin film recording heads", Symposium on Production Processes for  the  Gb/in2  World,  San Jose, CA, 1993.


1.M. H. Kryder, S. X. Wang and K. Rook, "FeAlN/SiO2 and FeAlN/Al2O3 multilayers for thin film recording heads",  The International Conference on Magnetism and Magnetic Materials  (MMM ), Houston, 1992