No. Abstract Title  First name and Surname (Author and co-authors) Affiliation details: Department and Institution Poster  Keywords
4001 2D Analysis of PANI-CA Chemoactuator *Michael Faltas, Balaji Dontha, Dr. Asimina Kiourti, Dr. Perena Gouma The Ohio State University Advanced Ceramics Laboratory, The Ohio State University Advanced ElectroScience Laboratory Chemoactuation, 2D Modelling, Polymers, and Gas Sensing
4002 Bitter taste receptor T2R14: Application of functional in-vitro system for finding novel agonists *Lior Peri, Einav Malach, Tamir Dingjan, Fabrizio Fierro and Masha Y. Niv The Institute of Biochemistry, Food Science and Nutrition
Robert H. Smith Faculty of Agriculture, Food and Environment, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Rehovot, Israel.
Bitter taste receptor, GPCRs, IP1 assay, In-vitro.
4003 Sniffing Bacteria with a Carbon-Dot Artificial Nose *Nitzan Shauloff , Ahiud Morag , Karin Yaniv , Seema Singh , Ravit Malishev , Ofra Paz-Tal , Lior Rokach  and Raz Jelinek Ph.D Student in the Department of Chemistry, Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Beer Sheva Carbon dots, bacterial detection, artificial nose, capacitive sensing
4004 Sensing Exposure Time to Oxygen by Applying a Percolation-Induced Principle *Noa Afik, Omri Yadgar, Anastasiya Volison, Sivan Perets, Avia Ohayon-Lavi, Amr Alatawna, Gal Yosefi, Ronit Bitton, Noami Fuchs and Prof. Oren Regev  Department of Chemical Engineering, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Beer-Sheva oxygen sensor, time sensor, hybrid composite, & irreversible sensor.
4005 Intelligent Multi-Sensor Array for In Vitro Detection of Neurotransmitters Secreted from Neurons on-a-Chip *Teddy Zagardan, Gad Vatine and Hadar Ben-Yoav Bio-medical engineering, Ben-Gurion university Glassy Carbon, Microelectrode Array, Neurons on-a-Chip, Principal Component Analysis.
 4006 Wearable Dual Sensor Device for Measurements of Ultraviolet Index and Ultraviolet Protection Factor *Ariel Schwarz, Aryeh Abramovitz, Eli Partouche, Yossef Danan, Amir Shemer, Ariel Schwarz   Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering,Azrieli College of Engineering, Jerusalem, Israel   Ultraviolet radiation, UVR calibration, Ultraviolet protection factor, UV index
4007 Detection Volatile Organic Compounds in Liquid for Monitoring Health *Ron Ianovici, and Prof HaicK Hossam Department of Chemical Engineering, Technion – Israel Institute of Technology   liquid sensing VOC health
 4008 Handheld methanol and formaldehyde detectors enabled by adsorption filter *Jan van den Broek, Nicolay J. Pineau, Andreas T. Güntner, Sotiris E. Pratsinis Particle Technology Laboratory, Department of Mechanical and Process Engineering, ETH Zurich   Methanol, formaldehyde, handheld, breath
4009 Monitoring methanol during distillation with a hand-held device * Nicolay Pineau, Jan van den Broek, Andreas Güntner, Sotiris Pratsinis ETH Zurich Chemoresistive sensor, system Methanol poisoning, Process control
4010 Smart Sensing Patches for Monitoring Psychological Stress *Elias Mansour, Walaa Saliba, Alon Shamir, Eilam Palzur, Hossam Haick Department of Chemical Engineering, Technion, Haifa, Israel Stress, VOCs, Rats, GCMS
 4011 Fully Scalable Printed Graphene Transistor Arrays for Healthcare Applications *Arnab Maity, Yana Milyutin, Hossam Haick Department of Chemical Engineering and Russell Berrie Nanotechnology Institute, Technion –    Graphene, Industrial Scaling, Printed Sensor, Sustainable Fabrication.
4012 Monitoring Lipolysis by Compact
(Filter-Sensor) Detector during Exercise
*Ines C. Weber, Andreas T. Güntner, Sotiris E. Pratsinis Particle Technology Laboratory, ETH Zurich Chemoresistive Sensor, Catalytic filter, Acetone, Lipolysis
 4013 Intelligent Microelectrodes Array for Hydroxyurea Quantification
in Whole Blood
*Matan Aroosh, Rajendra P. Shukla1, Russell E. Ware, Alexander A. Vinks, and Hadar Ben-Yoav  Nanobioelectronics Laboratory (NBEL), Department of Biomedical Engineering, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Beer Sheva, Israel. Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, Ohio, USA   Diagnostic biosensor, electrochemical microelectrode array, Artificial intelligence, biomarker detection
4014 Influencing Biological Behavior Using Electrical Signals in
Single Cells
*Daniel Kaufman, William E. Bentley and Hadar Ben-Yoav


Department of Biomedical Engineering, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Beer Sheva, Israel , Fischell Department of Bioengineering, University of Maryland, Maryland, United States Lab-on-a-chip, Bacteria, Fluorescence, Electric-stimulation
4015 Electronic Nose Classifiers That Work Best in the Lab Also Work Best in the Field *Stephanie Brener, Kobi Snitz, Danielle Honigstein, Reut Weissgross, Noam Sobel


Weizmann Institute Of Science, Department Of Neurobiology Electronic nose, Algorithms, Natural environment
4016 Tracing Individual Cancer Cells in Blood with Artificially Intelligent Nanoarray *Reef Einoch Amor, Yoav Y. Broza, Hossam Haick Department of Chemical Engineering and Russell Berrie Nanotechnology Institute, Technion sensor; cancer; CTC; blood; diagnosis