Marc Dandin’s main research interests center around microsystems engineering and CMOS integrated circuit design, particularly for biosensing and biomedical applications. He is the founder of Kiskeya Microsystems LLC, a startup company commercializing point-of-care microsystems for HIV viral load monitoring. His work on the development of low-noise photodetectors and CMOS VLSI readout circuits for portable fluorescence sensors, high-performance thinfilm optical filters, and packaging processes for integrated fluorometers has led to several patents.

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CMU Engineering

Wet circuits for biology research

Marc Dandin is teaming up with researchers from the Department of Biological Sciences at CMU to create electronics for use in cell research.

the Accelerator

College of Engineering announces Catalyst 2020 winners

The College of Engineering is pleased to announce that the College will fund three Catalyst proposals as winners of the Catalyst 2020 competition.