Overview

About Me

Dr. Santosh Pandey is an Electrical and Computer Engineering Associate Professor with a bioengineering research laboratory at Iowa State University (ISU). He has published more than 65 refereed papers with his esteemed peers containing research on various areas like microfluidics, sensors, machine intelligence, plant pathology, electrophysiology, data analytics, and drug screening.

Professor Santosh Pandey received his early education in Kharagpur, India. After graduating with B.Tech in Electronic and Electrical Communication Engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology, he joined Lehigh University in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, for an M.S. followed by a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering.

Today, Professor Santosh Pandey teaches five courses at ISU, namely:

He has conducted most of the research for his papers at the Micro/Nano Systems Laboratory. The bioengineering research lab also facilitates groundbreaking developments in skin cancer diagnosis, chip technologies, and cloud-based web scaping, among other experimental studies.

Our Research Interests

We are interested in applications of engineering for life sciences, along with faster & efficient collection of data, and data analysis for extracting key information.

On the hardware side, we have built automated systems, microfluidic chips and sensors for nematode pests, bacteria, and other micro-organisms in plant and animal sciences.

Our students also develop skills in imaging, data science, machine learning, deep learning, and bioengineering in general.

Contact Info:     Santosh Pandey,    Email:   pandey(AT)iastate.edu

Lab Address:    1050 Coover Hall,    ECpE Department,     Iowa State University

We are interested in applications of engineering for life sciences, along with faster & efficient collection of data, and data analysis for extracting key information.

  On the hardware side, we have built automated systems, microfluidic chips and sensors for nematode pests, bacteria, and other micro-organisms in plant and animal sciences.

Our students also develop skills in imaging, data science, machine learning, deep learning, and bioengineering in general.    

 

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