Constantine Anagnostopoulos is an Adjunct Full Professor at the University of Rhode Island, where he has been advising students on their thesis work in the field of Lab-on-a-chip biosensors. He has also been contributing to the development of the procedures for the new Dual Master’s Degree between the University of Rhode Island and the Technical University of Brauschweig in Germany and advising engineering dual degree students. He recently retired from Eastman Kodak, after 32 years with the company, having achieved the status of Research Fellow. While at Kodak he initiated a number of research, as well as product development agreements with companies and institutions in the US, Canada, Europe and the Far East. He has 70 patents issued mostly in the areas of CCD image sensors and ink jet print-heads. In 2005 he was named Distinguished Elite Inventor of the Eastman Kodak Company. Dr. Anagnostopoulos has published over 50 papers in various conferences and journals. He has served as guest editor of the IEEE transactions on Electron Devices and the IEEE Journal of Solid State Circuits and as associated editor of the latter. In 1999 Prof. Anagnostopoulos was elected Fellow of IEEE. In 2011 he co-founded Labonachip, LLC a start-up to commercialize some of the technologies developed by the students and faculty at the University of Rhode Island.