24 June 2015 Front Matter: Volume 9467
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Numbers in the index correspond to the last two digits of the six-digit citation identifier (CID) article numbering system used in Proceedings of SPIE. The first four digits reflect the volume number. Base 36 numbering is employed for the last two digits and indicates the order of articles within the volume. Numbers start with 00, 01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06, 07, 08, 09, 0A, 0B…0Z, followed by 10-1Z, 20-2Z, etc.

Abdolvand, Reza, 30

Adleman, James R., 21, 22

Ahn, Edwin S., 1Z

Aidam, R., 2O

Akhter, Nahida, 30

Akinwande, Deji, 0A

Al-Amin, Chowdhury, 2U

Angot, Thierry, 0U

Aragon, Michael, 30

Arevalo, A., 09

Arvanitis, Costas D., 0H

Ascencio, Ana, 23

Aukes, Daniel M., 1B

Baker, Terrance L., 0J

Bawiec, Christopher R., 0E

Beechem, Thomas E., 29

Belkin, Mikhail A., 2G

Berezueva, Svetlana, 2W

Bergeron, Alain, 2B

Berggren, Susan A. E., 25

Bersch, Brian M., 0T

Bian, Siyuan, 2J

Bogdanova, Yelena, 0M

Bonnell, Elizabeth, 1L

Britkov, Igor M., 2X

Brodschelm, Andreas, 28, 2I

Bronner, W., 2O

Buric, Michael, 1I, 1M

Byers, Jeff, 2R

Byl, Katie, 1T

Carreras, Richard A., 1Z

Carson, Cantwell G., 1K

Cauble, Galen, 23

Chae, Inseok, 2P

Chapman, David, 1F

Chen, Kevin P., 1I

Child, Sally Z., 0F

Comeau, Eric S., 0F

Conroy, Joseph, 1Q

Credle, S., 1M

Cruz-Félix, A., 1Y

Dai, Tianhong, 0K

Dalecki, Diane, 0F

Davids, Paul S., 29

deGrassie, John, 23

Deutsch, Erik R., 2S

Diaz, David, 0E

Dickey, Michael D., 08

Djeu, Nicholas, 1J

DomÍnguez-Osante, C., 1Y

Driad, R., 2O

Dutta, Niloy K., 31

Eaker, Collin B., 08

Eichfeld, Sarah M., 0O, 0T

Emery, Teresa H., 25

Eugenia Dávila, Maria, 0U

Evans, Douglass C., 21

Evans, Keith, 0O, 0T

Evstafyev, Sergey S., 2X

Fan, Jenyu, 2G

Fearing, Ronald S., 1S

Fedorov, V., 2K

Feng, Dake, 2Y

Foulds, I. G., 09

Frazier, Judith, 0M

Fuchs, F., 2O

Furchi, Marco M., 13

Furstenberg, Robert, 2R

Gibson, J. Steve, 1Z

Gibson, Kristofor, 23

Goldman, Daniel, 1U

Golovinskiy, Maxim, 2W

Goueguel, Christian, 1K

Goyal, Anish, 2S

Gremillion, Gregory, 1O, 1Q

Gu, Ying, 0K

Gupta Roy, Subharup, 1X

Haldane, Duncan W., 1S

Hallenborg, Eric, 23

Hamblin, Michael R., 0K, 0M

Hammel, Steve, 23

Hellmer, Ronald, 30

Herda, Robert, 28, 2I

Hernández Méndez, A., 1Y

Ho, Michael D., 0M

Hobbs, Laura, 0F

Hocking, Denise C., 0F

Holthoff, Ellen L., 2Q

Homa, Dan, 1L

Howell, Larry H., 1C

Howell, Steven W., 29

Hu, Hongyu, 31

Hugger, S., 2O

Humbert, James Sean, 1O

Hussain, Aftab M., 09

Hussain, Muhammad M., 09

Huynh, C. K., 22

Jacobs, Everett W., 21, 22

Jain, Jinesh, 1K

Jarvis, J.-P., 2O

Jeon, Inho, 25

Jester, Shai B., 21, 22

Jiang, Aiting, 2G

Jiang, Yifan, 2G

Jung, Seungyong, 2G

Kanj, Mazen Y., 1D

Karabiyik, Mustafa, 2U

Kashyap, Raman, 2J

Kaul, Anupama B., 0N

Kendziora, Christopher A., 2R

Kim, Dae-Hyeong, 0C

Kim, Dong Rip, 0B

Kim, Jaemin, 0C

Kim, Jin K., 29

Knight, Jeffrey A., 0M

Koo, Bang-Bon, 0M

Korobova, Natalia, 2W

Kosolapov, Andrey, 2W

Kosynkin, Dmitry V., 1D

Kotidis, Petros, 2S

Kozlov, Vladimir G., 2F

Kramer, Rebecca K., 07

Krengel, Maxine H., 0M

Kudenov, Michael W., 1X

Kvalheim, Matthew, 1V

Lail, Brian A., 2C

Lang, Robert J., 1C

Langer, Matthew D., 0I

Le Lay, Guy, 0U

Leach, Jacob H., 0O, 0T

Lee, Chi Hwan, 0B

Lee, Yun-Shik, 2F

Leese de Escobar, Anna M., 25

Leonhardt, Darin, 29

Lewin, Peter A., 0E

Lewis, George K. Jr., 0I

Lewis, Robie, 1M

Li, Wenbo, 31

Lin, Chunyan L., 21, 22

Lin, Yu-Chuan, 0O, 0T

Livingstone, Margaret, 0H

Loranger, Sébastien, 2J

Lyakh, Arkadiy, 02

Magleby, Spencer P., 1C

Maione, Bryan, 1X

Maple, M. Brian, 25

Marchese, Linda E., 2B

Marcus, Logan S., 2Q

Margolis, David J., 0E

Martin, Paula I., 0M

Martyshkin, D., 2K

Mathis, Allison, 1Q

McBryde, Kevin, 23

McDannold, Nathan, 0H

McGill, R. Andrew, 2R

McIntyre, Dustin, 1K

McNee, Ian, 2F

Metzger, Robert, 0O, 0T

Mirov, M., 2K

Mirov, S., 2K

Modarres-Zadeh, Mohammad J., 30

Montoya, John A., 29

Moskalev, I., 2K

Mueller, Thomas, 13

Murray, Clinton K., 0K

Myslivets, E., 22

Nadkarni, Sumati, 0E

Naeser, Margaret A., 0M

Nassar, Joanna M., 09

Neidrauer, Michael, 0E

Neuner, Burton, III, 24

Nguyen, Viet, 2R

Nothwang, William, 1Q

Ohodnicki, Paul R., Jr., 1I, 1M

Ohta, Taisuke, 29

O'Regan, Terrance, 0S

Ostendorf, R., 2O

Pala, Nezih, 2U

Pantalone, Brett, 1X

Papantonakis, Michael, 2R

Pascoguin, B. Melvin, 21, 24

Pastirk, Igor, 28, 2I

Patel, C. Kumar N., 02

Pellegrino, Paul M., 2Q

Perconti, Philip, 0S

Pereira, Carlos M., 2Y

Pérez-Maldonado, Y., 1Y

Peters, David W., 29

Pickrell, Gary, 1L

Poole, Zsolt L, 1I

Pospischil, Andreas, 13

Power, Chanikarn, 0H

Puppe, Thomas, 2I

Qian, Feifei, 1U

Radic, S., 22

Raeman, Carol H., 0F

Rafailov, Michael K., 26

Rastegar, Jahangir, 2Y

Reinhardt, Colin, 23

Revzen, Shai, 1V

Richter, Charles, 1P

Robinson, Joshua A., 0O, 0T

Rojas, Jhonathan P., 09

Roy, Nicholas, 1P

Rudiger, Joshua, 23

Ruppert, Lyle, 20

Saglam, Cenk Oguz, 1T

Salomon, Eric, 0U

Samoilykov, Vyacheslav K., 2X

Sanders-Reed, John N., 2E

Santiago-Alvarado, A., 1Y

Schilling, Ch., 2O

Schwierz, F., 0W

Seachman, S., 1M

Sell, Alexander, 28, 2I

Shalimov, Andrew, 2W

Shimoji, Yutaka, 1J

Shur, Michael, 2A

Sinha, Raju, 2U

Son, Donghee, 0C

Strickland, Donna, 2J

Sunny, Youhan, 0E

Tang, Adrian, 2D

Taylor, Benjamin J., 25

Tekavec, Patrick F., 2F

Tereshhenko, Anatolij M., 2X

Terroux, Marc, 2B

Thomson, Mark W., 1C

Thundat, Thomas, 2P

Timoshenkov, Alexey, 2W

Timoshenkov, Sergey P., 2W, 2X

Torres Sevilla, Galo A., 09

Trease, Brian P., 1C

Troccoli, Mariano, 2G

Trybula, Walt, 1F

Tsintikidis, Dimitri, 23

Van Neste, C. W., 2P

Vasilyev, S., 2K

Vijayraghavan, Karun, 2G

Vodopyanov, Konstantin L., 2F, 2N

Vykhodtseva, Natalia, 0H

Wagner, J., 2O

Wang, Anbo, 1L

Wang, Xiaojun, 2G

Wang, Yucheng, 0K

Wayne, David, 23

Weber, Maggie L, 10

Weingarten, Michael S., 0E

Wendt, Joel R., 29

Wiberg, A. O. J., 22

Willets, Katherine A., 10

Wood, Robert J., 1B

Xu, Yuancheng, 2C

Yan, Aidong, 1I

Yang, Q. K., 2O

Yee, Megan K., 0M

Yogeesh, Maruthi N., 0A

Yu, Li, 1L

Zach, Armin, 28, 2I

Zafonte, Ross, 0M

Zaghloul, Mohamed, 1I

Zakharova, I. K., 26

Zarrouk, David, 1S

Zaum, F., 2O

Zhang, Kehao, 0O, 0T

Zhang, Xiang, 31

Zhang, Yongzhi, 0H

Zhang, Yunsong, 0K

Zheng, Xiaolin, 0B

Zhu, Weinan, 0A

Zirbel, Shannon A., 1C

Zlatanovic, S., 22

Zubkov, Leonid, 0E

Zuev, Egor, 2W

Conference Committee

Symposium Chair

  • Nils R. Sandell Jr., Strategic Technology Office, DARPA (United States)

Symposium Co-chair

  • David A. Logan, BAE Systems (United States)

Conference Chairs

  • Thomas George, ChromoLogic, LLC (United States)

  • Achyut K. Dutta, Banpil Photonics, Inc. (United States)

  • M. Saif Islam, University of California, Davis (United States)

Conference Program Committee

  • Roger Appleby, Queen's University Belfast (United Kingdom)

  • Debjyoti Banerjee, Texas A&M University (United States)

  • Michael P. Buric, National Energy Technology Laboratory (United States)

  • Richard Conroy, National Institutes of Health (United States)

  • Ertugrul Cubukcu, University of Pennsylvania (United States)

  • Aykutlu Dana, Bilkent University (Turkey)

  • Nibir K. Dhar, U.S. Army Night Vision & Electronic Sensors Directorate (United States)

  • Muhammad M. Hussain, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (Saudi Arabia)

  • Matthew E. L. Jungwirth, Honeywell Defense and Space Electronic Systems (United States)

  • Anupama B. Kaul, National Science Foundation (United States)

  • Christopher M. Kroninger, U.S. Army Research Laboratory (United States)

  • Susan M. Maley, U.S. Department of Energy (United States)

  • Michael C. McAlpine, Princeton University (United States)

  • Parvaneh Mokarian-Tabari, University College Cork (Ireland)

  • William D. Nothwang, U.S. Army Research Laboratory (United States)

  • Stergios J. Papadakis, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, LLC (United States)

  • Michael K. Rafailov, The Reger Group (United States)

  • Bilge Saruhan-Brings, Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt (Germany)

  • Antonio Sastre, National Institutes of Health (United States)

  • Noriko Satake, University of California, Davis Medical Center (United States)

  • Sivalingam Sivananthan, University of Illinois at Chicago (United States)

  • Andre U. Sokolnikov, Visual Solutions and Applications (United States)

  • Kyung-Ah Son, HRL Laboratories, LLC (United States)

  • Thomas G. Thundat, University of Alberta (Canada)

  • Richard Vaia, Air Force Research Laboratory (United States)

  • Christopher C. Wilcox, U.S. Naval Research Laboratory (United States)

  • Joyce Wong, Schlumberger Ltd. (United States) and California Institute of Technology (United States)

  • Eui-Hyeok Yang, Stevens Institute of Technology (United States)

Session Chairs

  • 1 Flexible, Stretchable, Transient Electronics: What's Next?

    Muhammad M. Hussain, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (Saudi Arabia)

  • 2 Low-Intensity Energy Delivery for Biomodulation I

    Richard Conroy, National Institutes of Health (United States)

  • 2 Low-Intensity Energy Delivery for Biomodulation II

    Richard Conroy, National Institutes of Health (United States)

  • 4 Beyond Graphene Layered Materials and Devices

    Thomas George, ChromoLogic, LLC (United States)

  • 5 Graphene and 2D Electronics and Optoelectronics

    Kyung-Ah Son, HRL Laboratories, LLC (United States)

  • 6 Surface Enhanced Spectroscopies for Ultrasensitive Sensing

    Aykutlu Dana, Bilkent University (Turkey)

  • 7 Novel Nanophotonic Devices, Sensors, and Concepts Based on 2D Materials

    Ertugrul Cubukcu, University of Pennsylvania (United States)

  • 8 Origami: Where Art, Devices, and Structures Merge

    Richard Vaia, Air Force Research Laboratory (United States)

  • 9 Micro- and Nano-Sensors and Materials for Oil and Gas Applications

    Joyce Wong, California Institute of Technology (United States)

  • 10 Novel Harsh Environment Sensors for Energy Applications: Joint

    Session with Conferences 9467 and 9491

    Michael P. Buric, National Energy Technology Laboratory (United States)

  • 11 MAST: Bio-inspired Control: Joint Session with Conferences 9467, 9468, 9479

    Christopher M. Kroninger, U.S. Army Research Laboratory (United States)

    William D. Nothwang, U.S. Army Research Laboratory (United States)

  • 12 MAST: Scale Legged Locomotion: Joint Session with Conferences 9467, 9468, 9479

    Christopher M. Kroninger, U.S. Army Research Laboratory (United States)

    William D. Nothwang, U.S. Army Research Laboratory (United States)

  • 13 Novel Beam Control Applications and Techniques

    Christopher C. Wilcox, U.S. Naval Research Laboratory (United States)

    Matthew E. L. Jungwirth, Honeywell Automation & Control Solutions (United States)

  • 14 Photonics Research at SPAWAR

    David T. Wayne, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Pacific (United States)

  • 15 Keynote Session

    Michael K. Rafailov, The Reger Group (United States)

  • 16 Ultra-fast Bandgap Photonics

    Michael K. Rafailov, The Reger Group (United States)

  • 17 THz Photonics

    Michael K. Rafailov, The Reger Group (United States)

  • 18 Mid-IR Laser Photonics

    Michael K. Rafailov, The Reger Group (United States)

  • 19 Quantum Cascade Lasers and Spectroscopy

    Michael K. Rafailov, The Reger Group (United States)

  • 20 Laser Chemical Detection: Joint Session with Conferences 9467, 9455, 9486

    Michael K. Rafailov, The Reger Group (United States)

  • 21 Quantum Cascade Lasers: Joint Session with Conferences 9467, 9455, 9486

    Michael K. Rafailov, The Reger Group (United States)

Introduction

The 2015 Micro- and Nanotechnology (MNT) Sensors, Systems, and Applications VII conference was, once again, fortunate to have an exciting program that spanned all 5 days (Monday through Friday) of the SPIE Defense and Security Symposium, held in Baltimore, Maryland, 20–24 April 2015.

True to its established tradition, a total of 21 Conference Sessions were successfully concluded within this conference on a broad spectrum of exciting topics ranging from: future trends in flexible, stretchable and transient electronics; bio-modulation achieved via low-intensity ultrasound and laser energy delivery; next generation graphene, transition metal chalcogenide and black phosphorous 2D materials and devices; surface-enhanced spectroscopies for ultrasensitive sensing; MNT-sensors and materials for oil and gas applications; harsh environment sensors for energy applications; micro-autonomous systems technology; novel beam control optics; ultra-fast bandgap photonics; terahertz and mid-IR photonics; quantum cascade lasers (QCLs) and their application to standoff chemical detection. Of particular interest was a new session on the emerging field of MNT Origami: fusing art and science to create novel devices and structures.

Successful joint sessions were conducted with the Sensors for Extreme Harsh Environments conference (9491), the Unmanned Systems Technology conference (9468), the Open Architecture/Open Business Model Net-Centric Systems and Defense Transformation conference (9479), the Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Explosives (CBRNE) Sensing conference (9455), and the Advanced Environmental, Chemical, and Biological Sensing Technologies conference (9486).

It is our sincere hope that the papers within this proceedings volume will provide you, our reader, not only with a snapshot of the programmatic vision behind investments made in each MNT topic area, but also its current state of scientific and technological development. Enjoy!

Thomas George

Saif Islam

Achyut Dutta

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"Front Matter: Volume 9467", Proc. SPIE 9467, Micro- and Nanotechnology Sensors, Systems, and Applications VII, 946701 (24 June 2015); doi: 10.1117/12.2202267; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2202267
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