Purdue University Prof. Anand Raghunathan named 2023 ACM Fellow
Anand Raghunathan, Silicon Valley Professor in the Elmore Family School of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Purdue University, has been named a Fellow of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM). ACM’s most prestigious member grade recognizes the top 1% of ACM members for their outstanding accomplishments in computing and information technology. Raghunathan is one of 68 Fellows in the 2023 Class who were selected by their peers for groundbreaking innovations. Raghunathan is being recognized for “contributions to the design of energy-efficient computing systems.”
“I am deeply honored and humbled by this recognition,” said Raghunathan. “The credit goes to the incredibly talented students, colleagues, and mentors whom I have been fortunate to work with over the years.”
Raghunathan's research contributions span various topics in VLSI and Computer Engineering, including Hardware for Artificial Intelligence (AI), domain-specific computing architectures, System-on-chip design, and electronic design automation. Raghunathan is Co-Director of the SRC/DARPA Center for the Co-Design of Cognitive Systems and Co-Director of the Center for a Secure Microelectronics Ecosystem.
“This year’s inductees include the inventor of the World Wide Web, the ‘godfathers of AI,’ and other colleagues whose contributions have all been important building blocks in forming the digital society that shapes our modern world,” said ACM President Yannis Ioannidis.
The contributions of the 2023 Fellows run the gamut of the computing fieldincluding algorithm design, computer graphics, cybersecurity, energy-efficient computing, mobile computing, software analytics, web search, and more.