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Biography
Dr. Byron D. Gates

Department of Chemistry

Simon Fraser University, Canada

Associate Professor


E-mail: bgates@sfu.ca


Qualifications


2001 Ph.D., University of Washington, Chemistry and Nanotechnology

1999 M.S., University of Washington, Chemistry

1997 B.S., Western Washington University, Chemistry


Publications (selected)

  1. Gates, B. D., “Nanofabrication with Elastomeric Molds and Stamps,” Materials Today, 8, 44-49, 2005.
  2. Sieb, N.; and Gates, B. D., “A General Approach to Patterning Micron-Scale Particles,” MRS Symp. Proc., 947, 0947-A03-24, 2006.
  3. Majidi, E.; and Gates, B. D., “Optimizing the Growth Rates and Thermal Stability of Silver Nanowires,” MRS Symp. Proc., 1017, 1017-DD18-12, 2007.
  4. Jalali, H.; and Gates, B. D., “Detection and Correction of Defects in Silane-Based Self-Assembled Monolayer,” MRS Symp. Proc., 1021, 1021-HH05-17, 2007.
  5. Patel, J. N.; Gray, B. L.; Kaminska, B.; and Gates, B. D., “Electro-Enzymatic Sensor for Non-Invasive Glucose Measurement,” in Canadian Conference on Electrical and Computer Engineering, April, 421-424, 2007.
  6. Patel, J. N.; Kaminska, B.; Gray, B. L.; and Gates, B. D., “Effect of Self-Assembled Monolayers (SAMs) in Binding Glucose Oxidase for Electro-Enzymatic Glucose Sensor with Gold Electrodes,” in Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society, EMBS 2007 and 29th IEEE Annual International Conference, 2677-2680, 2007. PMID: 18002546.
  7. Patel, J. N.; Kaminska, B.; Gray, B. L.; and Gates, B. D., “Electro-Enzymatic Glucose Sensor using Hybrid Polymer Fabrication Process,” 14th IEEE International Conference on Electronics, Circuits and Systems (ICECS 2007), December 2007.
  8. Patel, J. N.; Kaminska, B.; Gray, B. L.; and Gates, B. D., “Hybrid Polymer Fabrication Process for Electro-Enzymatic Glucose Sensor,” in Proc. for SPIE Photonics West, 6886, 68860G-1, 2008.
  9. Patel, J. N.; Gray, B. L.; Kaminska, B.; and Gates, B. D., “Design for Testing SU-8 and PDMS Based Hybrid Glucose Sensor,” The 14th IEEE International Mixed-Signals, Sensors, and Systems Test Workshop, Vancouver, June 2008.
  10. Wood, B. D.; and Gates, B. D., “Non-Hydrolytic Solution-Phase Synthesis of Anisotropic LiNbO3 and Nb2O5 Nanostructures,” MRS Symp. Proc., 1087E, 1087-V08-21, 2008.
  11. Patel, J. N.; Gray, B. L.; Kaminska, B.; and Gates, B. D., “Flexible Glucose Sensor Utilizing Multilayer PDMS Process,” IEEE 30th Annual Engineering in Medicine and Biology Conference, Vancouver, August 2008. 
  12. Patel, J. N.; Gray, B. L.; Kaminska, B.; and Gates, B. D., “SU-8 as a Peel-Off Mask for Reliable Metal Patterning on PDMS,” Pacific Northwest Microsystems and Nanotechnology Meeting, September 2008.
  13. Wang, M. C. P.; Gates, B. D., “Stabilizing Dispersions of Large Quantities of Selenium Nanowires,” MRS Symp. Proc., 1144, 1144-LL18-22, 2008.

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