Dr. Bandodkar joined 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.
University of California San Diego
Indian Institute of Technology – Banaras Hindu University, Uttar Pradesh
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.
- 2021 – Biosensors Young Investigator Award
Posted on February 4, 2022 | Filed Under: Awards
Congratulations to Dr Amay J. Bandodkar on receiving the Biosensors 2021 Young Investigator Award!
Posted on June 30, 2021 | Filed Under: Faculty
Congratulations to Amay Bandodkar, an assistant professor of ECE who’s been named one of MIT Technology Review’s “Innovators Under 35” for his work on developing wearable biochemical sensors.
Posted on June 5, 2020 | Filed Under: Faculty
ECE is proud to announce the addition of four new members of our faculty to bolster the stellar research and teaching going on in the department—welcome to the Pack!
Recent Media Mentions
America’s Greatest Disruptors: Amay Bandodkar
December 15, 2021
- Author Correction: Recent advances in neurotechnologies with broad potential for neuroscience research (Nature Neuroscience, (2020), 23, 12, (1522-1536), 10.1038/s41593-020-00739-8) (2021)
- Catalytic effects of magnetic and conductive nanoparticles on immobilized glucose oxidase in skin sensors (2021)
- Microfluidic systems for epidermal sampling and sensing (2021)
- Soft, skin-interfaced sweat stickers for cystic fibrosis diagnosis and management (2021)
- Three-dimensional, multifunctional neural interfaces for cortical spheroids and engineered assembloids (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)
- Recent advances in neurotechnologies with broad potential for neuroscience research (2020)
- Skin-interfaced soft microfluidic systems with modular and reusable electronics for: In situ capacitive sensing of sweat loss, rate and conductivity (2020)