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Nanoelectronics Research Laboratory

Welcome to the Purdue University Nanoelectronics Research Laboratory website! The laboratory is located in the Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering at the West Lafayette campus. 

The Nanoelectronics Research Laboratory, established in the 1990s and led by Professor Kaushik Roy, is located in the Department of Electrical Engineering, Purdue University. Currently the lab supports over 25 researchers.  Major sponsors of the group have included Intel, IBM, SRC, NSF, DARPA, Rockwell, StarNet, IBM, HP, ATT/Lucent, Qualcomm, Nano Research Initiative. The laboratory has produced 70 PhD students and 27 MS alumni to date. Our most recent major sponsor is the SRCco’s JUMP Consortium, leading to the development of the Center for Brain-Inspired Computing (C-BRIC)

The primary aim of the laboratory is to develop techniques for low-power and high-performance system design at the device/circuit/algorithm/architecture levels. The Lab includes the following research groups: neuromorphic computing enabled by spin devices, spin memories, Boolean and non-Boolean computing with spin devices, stochastic computing, technology/circuit co-design, device/circuit modeling.

This homepage contains information about the research activities in the laboratory and its people. We have posted a list of recent publications from the laboratory.


Contact Information

Nanoelectronics Research Laboratory
Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN 47907
Room No.: MSEE 232 | MSEE 286 | MSEE237 | EE 20
Phone: 1-(765) 494-2361 | 4940759 | 4963136 | 4943372
Fax: 1-765-4943371