Our research focuses on the development of novel integrated circuits and microsystems technologies for interfacing electronics with biological systems. Please reach out to us if you would like to collaborate with us or join our lab. We welcome your questions and comments.

Research Projects

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Tracking Ovarian Cancer Cells on a CMOS Chip

M. Dandin, “Silicon photomultiplier with in-microcell adaptation mechanism,” United States Provisional Patent Application No. 62/638,135, filed Mar. 3, 2018.

M. Dandin, “Delay circuit with dual delay resolution regime,” United States Patent Application No. 15/496,924, filed Apr. 25, 2017.

M. Dandin, “Single-photon avalanche diode circuit with variable hold-off time and dual delay regime,” United States Patent No. 9,671,284, issued Jun. 6, 2017.

M. Dandin, “Circuit and method for locally controlling breakdown voltage and performance in a silicon photomultiplier array,” United States Provisional Patent Application No. 62/435,586, filed Dec. 16, 2016.

M. Dandin, “Programmable delay cell and delay line, and readout circuit including the same,” United States Provisional Patent Application No. 62/278,585, filedJan. 14, 2016.