His scientific interests lie mostly in Nanotechnology, Wearable technology, Biosensor, Biomedical engineering and Perspiration. His study ties his expertise on Electronics together with the subject of Nanotechnology. Among his research on Wearable technology, you can see a combination of other fields of science like Systems engineering, Biofuel Cells, Supercapacitor, Material requirements and Key.
His work deals with themes such as Amperometry and Flexible electronics, which intersect with Biosensor. Amay J. Bandodkar combines subjects such as Amperometric biosensor and Analytical chemistry with his study of Biomedical engineering. His Potentiometric sensor study in the realm of Potentiometric titration interacts with subjects such as Continuous monitoring, Skin surface, Screen printing and Physical activity.
Amay J. Bandodkar focuses on Nanotechnology, Biomedical engineering, Microfluidics, Electronics and Biosensor. His Nanotechnology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Electrochemistry, Electrode and Biofuel Cells. Amay J. Bandodkar works mostly in the field of Microfluidics, limiting it down to concerns involving Fluidics and, occasionally, Anatomy.
In Electronics, he works on issues like Open-circuit voltage, which are connected to Light-emitting diode and Cathode. His Biosensor study deals with Electrochemical biosensor intersecting with Sensing applications. His Wearable technology study combines topics in areas such as Wearable systems and Wearable Electronic Device.
Amay J. Bandodkar mostly deals with Biomedical engineering, Neuroscience, Neuroscience research, Microfluidics and Electronics. Biomedical engineering connects with themes related to Controlled release in his study. His work on Bursting as part of general Neuroscience study is frequently linked to Neuromodulation, Spheroid and Animal model, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science.
Other disciplines of study, such as Area studies, Grand Challenges, Relevance and Software deployment, are mixed together with his Neuroscience research studies. His Microfluidics research includes themes of Sampling and Extraction. His Electronics study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Capacitive sensing and Conductivity.
Amay J. Bandodkar mainly investigates Biomedical engineering, Crevice corrosion, Drug release, Controlled release and Drug delivery. Amay J. Bandodkar regularly ties together related areas like Electrical current in his Biomedical engineering studies.
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Non-invasive wearable electrochemical sensors: a review
Amay J. Bandodkar;Joseph Wang.
Trends in Biotechnology (2014)
Electrochemical Tattoo Biosensors for Real-Time Noninvasive Lactate Monitoring in Human Perspiration
Wenzhao Jia;Amay J. Bandodkar;Gabriela Valdés-Ramírez;Joshua R. Windmiller.
Analytical Chemistry (2013)
Tattoo-based noninvasive glucose monitoring: A proof-of-concept study
Amay J. Bandodkar;Wenzhao Jia;Ceren Yardımcı;Xuan Wang.
Analytical Chemistry (2015)
A wearable chemical-electrophysiological hybrid biosensing system for real-time health and fitness monitoring
Somayeh Imani;Amay J. Bandodkar;A. M. Vinu Mohan;Rajan Kumar.
Nature Communications (2016)
Wearable Chemical Sensors: Present Challenges and Future Prospects
Amay J. Bandodkar;Itthipon Jeerapan;Joseph Wang.
ACS Sensors (2016)
Epidermal tattoo potentiometric sodium sensors with wireless signal transduction for continuous non-invasive sweat monitoring.
Amay J. Bandodkar;Denise Molinnus;Omar Mirza;Tomás Guinovart.
Biosensors and Bioelectronics (2014)
Noninvasive Alcohol Monitoring Using a Wearable Tattoo-Based Iontophoretic-Biosensing System
Jayoung Kim;Itthipon Jeerapan;Somayeh Imani;Thomas N. Cho.
ACS Sensors (2016)
Bio-Integrated Wearable Systems: A Comprehensive Review
Tyler R. Ray;Jungil Choi;Amay J. Bandodkar;Siddharth Krishnan.
Chemical Reviews (2019)
Advanced Materials for Printed Wearable Electrochemical Devices: A Review
Jayoung Kim;Rajan Kumar;Amay J. Bandodkar;Joseph Wang.
Advanced electronic materials (2017)
Tattoo-based potentiometric ion-selective sensors for epidermal pH monitoring
Amay J. Bandodkar;Vinci W. S. Hung;Vinci W. S. Hung;Wenzhao Jia;Gabriela Valdés-Ramírez.
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