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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Catalyst 2020 winners announced

The College of Engineering has announced the winners of the Catalyst 2020 competition. Their proposals will be funded by the College of Engineering.

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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.