Santiago Marco

Santiago Marco completed his university degree in Applied Physics in 1988 and received a PhD in Microsystem Technology from the University of Barcelona in 1993. He held a Human Capital Mobility grant for a postdoctoral position in 1994 at the Department of Electronic Engineering at the University of Rome “Tor Vergata”. Since 1995, he has been an Associate Professor in the Department of Electronics at the University of Barcelona. In 2004 he spent a period of sabbatical leave at EADS-Corporate Research, Munich, working on Ion Mobility Spectrometry. He has recently been appointed leader of the Artificial Olfaction Lab at the Institute of Bioengineering of Catalonia ( His research concerns the development of signal and data processing algorithmic solutions for smart chemical sensing based in sensor arrays or microspectrometers typically integrated using Microsystem Technologies.


Improving the Robustness of Odor Sensing Systems by Multivariate Signal Processing
Marta Padilla, Jordi Fonollosa, Santiago Marco. © 2013. 21 pages.
Electronic noses or artificial olfaction systems based on chemical gas sensors present lack of robustness, a problem that is mainly technological and requires more research to...
Santiago Marco. © 2011. 2 pages.
This Foreword is included in the book Intelligent Systems for Machine Olfaction: Tools and Methodologies.