Index to AES Newsletter Articles

IssueScientific ArticlesAuthors
Vol. 21, Issue 2 Microfluidic Electroporation Tao Geng, Environmental Molecular Sciences Laboratory, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, Richland, Washington and Chang Lu, Department of Chemical Engineering, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, Virginia
Vol. 20, Issue 2 With GelApp, Say Goodbye to Band Size Estimations! Samuel Gan, Bioinformatics Institute, Agency for Science, Technology, and Research (A*STAR), Singapore
Vol. 19, Issue 3 Where are the theoretical plates in my electrophoresis system? Kevin Dorfman, Department of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science, University of Minnesota
Vol. 19, Issue 3 The Trailing Zone: Living My Dream Dr. Victor Ugaz, Artie McFerrin Department of Chemical Engineering at Texas A&M University.
Vol. 19, Issue 1 The Trailing Zone: Days are Gone Dr. Victor Ugaz, Artie McFerrin Department of Chemical Engineering at Texas A&M University.
Vol. 18, Issue 3 The Trailing Zone: Getting Away Dr. Victor Ugaz, Artie McFerrin Department of Chemical Engineering at Texas A&M University.
Vol. 18, Issue 3 3D Carbon-electrode Dielectrophoresis Rodrigo Martinez-Duarte1 and Marc J. Madou2,3
1Microsystems Laboratory (LMIS4), École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland
2Department of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering, University of California, Irvine, United States of America
3Ulsan National Institute for Science and Technology, World Class University Program, South Korea
Vol. 18, Issue 2 The Trailing Zone: Bath-time Dr. Victor Ugaz, Artie McFerrin Department of Chemical Engineering at Texas A&M University.
Vol. 18, Issue 1 The Trailing Zone: Something to Embrace Dr. Victor Ugaz, Artie McFerrin Department of Chemical Engineering at Texas A&M University.
Vol. 17, Issue 4 The Trailing Zone: Image Analysis Dr. Victor Ugaz, Artie McFerrin Department of Chemical Engineering at Texas A&M University.
Vol. 17, Issue 4 Gradient Elution Moving Boundary Electrophoresis (GEMBE) By Dr. David Ross, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Vol. 17, Issue 3 The Trailing Zone: Halfway There Dr. Victor Ugaz, Artie McFerrin Department of Chemical Engineering at Texas A&M University.
Vol. 17, Issue 3 Microfluidic Free Flow Electrophoresis (mFFE) – What would you do with a separation if you didn’t need to wait? Dr. Michael T. Bowser, Department of Chemistry, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN
Vol. 17, Issue 2 The Trailing Zone: The Maria Test Dr. Victor Ugaz, Artie McFerrin Department of Chemical Engineering at Texas A&M University.
Vol. 16, Issue 4 Isoelectric Focusing of Biological Particles Gregory G. Wolken and Dr. Edgar A. Arriaga, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN
Vol. 16, Issue 4 Novel Ionization Source for Microfluidic Mass Spectrometry Interfacing Leslie Yeo & James Friend, Micro/Nanophysics Research Lab, Monash University, Australia; David Go, Aerospace & Mechanical Engineering & Hsueh-Chia Chang, Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering, University of Notre Dame
Vol. 16, Issue 3 Detection in Nanofluidic Channels Dr. Edgar D. Goluch, Northeastern University, Boston, MA
Vol. 16, Issue 3 High Resolution and Real-Time Micro Particle- Image Velocimetry for Microfluidics Applications Dr. Eric B. Cummings and Dr. Yolanda Fintschenko LabSmith, Inc. Livermore, CA
Vol. 16, Issue 1 Determining Dielectrophoretic Mobility in DC Insulator- based Systems Mark A. Hayes, Noah S. Weiss, Prasun Mahanti, and Paul Jones, Chemistry and Biochemistry Department, Arizona State University
Vol. 15, Issue 3 Reaction Driven Electrokinetic Transport and Locomotion Dr. Jonathan Posner, Arizona State University
Vol. 15, Issue 2 Particle Transport in Ordered Geometric Arrays: Separation and Capture James P. Smith, Jason P. Gleghorn, and Brian J. Kirby Cornell University, Ithaca, NY
Vol. 14, Issue 1 Insulator-based dielectrophoresis for bioparticle manipulation Roberto C. Gallo-Villanueva and Blanca H. Lapizco-Encinas, Tecnologico de Monterrey, Mexico
Vol. 13, Issue 4 Scrutiny of Suspected Disease Biomarkers: An Opportunity for Lab-on-a-Chip Innovation Dr. Amy Herr, University of California, Berkeley
Vol. 13, Issue 3 Challenges in High Resolution Multi- dimensional Electrophoresis for Proteomics: From the Macro- to Micro- Scale John K. Osiri and Steven A. Soper, Louisiana State University
Vol. 13, Issue 1 2008 Isotachophoresis Huanchun Cui and Cornelius F. Ivory, Washington State University
Vol. 12, Issue 4 2007 Blue Native Gel Electrophoresis Reiner Westermeier and Bob Marchmont, GE Healthcare
Vol. 12, Issue 4 2007 Origins of the Electrophoresis Society Robert C Allen, AES Historian
Vol. 12, Issue 3 2007 Monoliths: A New Breed of Separ-ation Media for Chromatography Frantisek Svec, Lawrence Berkeley National Lab
Vol. 12, Issue 2 2007 AES 2007 Meeting Session Descriptions 20 chairs and co-chairs of the sessions
Vol. 12, Issue 1 2007 Ask the Experts - Electroosmotic Flow Victor Ugaz, Texas A&M University, asks the council experts
Vol. 11, Issue 4 2006 A Decade of Progress in Microscale Electrical Field-Flow Fractionation Bruce GaleUniversity of Utah
Vol. 11, Issue 4 2006 Issues in Achieving In-depth Proteomic Profiling Katheryn A. Resing, University of Colorado
Vol. 11, Issue 3 2006 Better Cellular Manipulations through Electricity: Electroporation Adrienne R. Minerick, Mississippi State University
Vol. 11, Issue 2 2006 Systems Biology Computational Technologies: A New Approach Ramon M. Felciano, Ingenuity Systems
Vol. 11, Issue 2 2006 UltraFast Electrophoresis at the Nanoscale using Atomic Force Microscopy Kerem Unal, Jane Frommer, H. Kumar Wickramasinghe, IBM Research Division, Almaden Research Center
Vol. 10, Issue 4 2005 Biosketches of the AES 2005 Plenary Speakers Plenaries: Mark Molloy, Anup Singh, Hsin-Yao Tang, Brad Jarrold, Gordon Anderson, Joel Bader, Bruce Gale, David Ross & Minami Yoda
Vol. 10, Issue 3 2005 Dielectrophoresis: Tools to Manipulate Cells in Microdevices Adrienne Minerick, Mississippi State University and Ronald Plethig, Bangor University, UK
Vol. 10, Issue 3 2005 An Epos of Isoelectric Focusing in the Alpha Century of Electrokinetic Methodologies Pier Giorgio Righetti, University of Verona, Italy
Vol. 10, Issue 2 2005 And Why Not??? Milan Bier, Tucson, AZ, Issue Articles detailing Meetings Author
Vol. 10, Issue 1 Microdevices for DNA analysis Victor Ugaz, Texas A&M University
Vol. 9, Issue 4 2004 2DE proteomics problems: an overview and specific case John E. Wiktorowicz, Alex Kurosky, UTMB, NHLBI Proteomics Center, and Tony Yeung, Fox Chase Cancer Center
Vol. 9, Issue 3 2004 2004 AES Program Annelise Barron, Northwestern University, Meeting Organizer
Vol. 9, Issue 2 2004 AES 2004 Meeting Session Descriptions 19 chairs and co-chairs of the sessions
Vol. 8, Issue 1 2003 What is Electrokinetics? Pedro Arce, Tennessee Tech, Issue Historical Articles Author