Adam Wanekaya Ph.D.
Current research in my laboratory focuses on the fabrication, modification, characterization and application of nanoscale materials.Because of their small size, nanomaterials manifest extremely fascinating and useful properties which can be exploited for a variety of applications. We intend to integrate these materials (specifically conducting polymers, carbon nanotubes and metal oxide nanowires) into functional devices with specific applications in chemical sensing, biomedical sensing and remediation of heavy metals and other toxins from the environment.
BooksWanekaya, A. K., W. Chen, A.Mulchandani, N. V. Myung, "Nanowire-Based Electrochemical Biosensors," Electroanalysis, 2006, 18, 533-550.
Wanekaya, A. K., W. Chen, A. Mulchandani, N. V. Myung, "Synthesis, Properties and FET Studies of Polypyrrole SWNT-PABS Composites," Electroanalysis, 2006, 1047-1054.
Wanekaya, A. K., M. Uematsu, M. Breimer, O. A. Sadik, "Multicomponent Analysis of Alcohol Vapors Using Integrated Gas Chromatography With Sensor Arrays," Sensors and Actuators B, 2005, 110, 41-48.
Andreescu, D, A. K. Wanekaya,O. A. Sadik, J. Wang, "Nanostructured Polyamic Acid Membranes as Novel Electrode Materials," Langmuir 2005, 21, 6891-6899.
Wanekaya A. K., O. A. Sadik, Y. Gelfand, "PACE: A Novel Tool for Teaching Sample Preparation Techniques in Undergraduate Laboratory," Journal of Chemical Education 2004, 81, 1177-1182
Sadik, O. A, A. K. Wanekaya, S. Andreescu, "Advances in Environmental Analytical Technologies for Homeland Security," Journal of Environmental Monitoring 2004, 6, 513-522.
Sadik O. A, A. K. Wanekaya, W. H. Land, M. Uematsu, M. J. Embrechts, L. Wong, D. Leibensperger, A. Volykin, "Detection and Classification of Organophosphate Nerve Agent Simulants Using Support Vector Machines with Multiarray Sensors," Journal of Chemical Information and Computer Sciences, 2004, 44, 499-507.
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