Amay J. Bandodkar
Dr. Bandodkar will join as an assistant professor in the ECE department with affiliation to the ASSIST Center in Jan, 2021. His research interests include working at the interface of electronics, materials science, and biology to realize next-generation conformal sensors and energy devices with broad applications in wearables, implants, and distributed systems.
2016 – PhD in NanoEngineering, University of California San Diego, CA, USA
2011 – Integrated Masters in Industrial Chemistry, Indian Institute of Technology – Banaras Hindu University, Uttar Pradesh, India
Awards & Honors
- 2016 – MRS Graduate Student Award
- 2016 – Metrohm Young Chemist Award
- 2016 – Siebel Scholars Award
- 2015 – Interdisciplinary Research Award, UC San Diego.
- 2015 – NSF I-Corps Entrepreneurial Seed Fund, von Liebig Entrepreneurism Center.
- 2011 – Undergraduate Research Publication Award.
- Microfluidic systems for epidermal sampling and sensing (2021)
- Don’t Sweat It: The Quest for Wearable Stress Sensors (2020)
- Modeling, design guidelines, and detection limits of self-powered enzymatic biofuel cell-based sensors (2020)
- Rapid Capture and Extraction of Sweat for Regional Rate and Cytokine Composition Analysis Using a Wearable Soft Microfluidic System (2020)
- Sweat-activated biocompatible batteries for epidermal electronic and microfluidic systems (2020)
- Wirelessly controlled, bioresorbable drug delivery device with active valves that exploit electrochemically triggered crevice corrosion (2020)
- Battery-free, skin-interfaced microfluidic/electronic systems for simultaneous electrochemical, colorimetric, and volumetric analysis of sweat (2019)
- Bio-Integrated Wearable Systems: A Comprehensive Review (2019)
- Body-Interfaced Chemical Sensors for Noninvasive Monitoring and Analysis of Biofluids (2019)
- Multiple-use renewable electrochemical sensors based on direct drawing of enzymatic inks (2019)