2015 IEEE Trans. on VLSI Systems Best Paper Award for paper titled, "Ultralow-Voltage Process-Variation-Tolerant Schmitt-Trigger-Based SRAM Design," authored by Jaydeep Kulkarni and Kaushik Roy.
Professor Kaushik Roy is among 10 researchers named National Security Science and Engineering Faculty Fellows(NSSEFF) to perform research into "neuromorphic computing" for the U.S. Department of Defence. (Purdue News) (DOD webpage)
Sumeet Gupta joins ECE dept. of Pennsylvania State University as Assistant Professor
2013 IEEE Trans. on VLSI Systems Best Paper Award for paper titled, "Design Paradigm for Robust Spin-Torque Transfer Magnetic RAM (STT MRAM) From Circuit/Architecture Perspective" authored by J. Li, P. Ndai, A. Goel, S. Salahuddin, and K. Roy
Arijit Raychowdhury joins Georgia Tech. ECE as Associate Professor
Swaroop Ghosh joins University of South Florida as Assistant Professor
Jae-Joon Kim joins POSTECH (Pohang Instutute of Science and Technology, Korea) as faculty of ECE
Prof. Kaushik Roy receives Distinguished Alumnus Award from Indian Institute of technology, Kharagpur.
Prof. Kaushik Roy receives 2011 IEEE Circuits and Systems Technical Achievement Award
Prof. Kaushik Roy receives Humboldt Research Award for senior scientists
George Karakonstantis becomes the 50th PhD student to graduate from Dr. Roy's group
Georgios Karakonstantis, Vaibhav Gupta, and Himanshu Markandeya awarded 3rd prize in Altera Innovate Design Contest '10 for developing an energy efficient multimedia system on chip
Niladri Narayan Mojumder receives IBM Fellowship for the year 2010-2011
Sumeet Kumar Gupta receives Intel Fellowship for the year 2009-2010
Charles Augustine received Best Paper in session award at 2009 SRC TECHCON
Prof. Kaushik Roy has been awarded College of Engineering Excellence in Research Award from Purdue University for the year 2008
Nanoelectronics Research Laboratory
The primary aim of the laboratory is to develop techniques at the device/circuit/algorithm/architecture level suitable for low-power and high-performance system design. The group explores different aspects of device /circuit modeling, exploratory Silicon and non-Silicon devices, low-power processor architecture, analysis of process parameter variation and variation tolerant circuit design, low-complexity low-power VLSI signal processing and VLSI testing. The different research groups of the laboratory are - Spin memories, Boolean and Non-Boolean computing with Spin devices, Energy scavenging, Technology/Circuit Co-Design, Device/Circuit Modeling, Ultra low voltage design, Neuromorphic Computing, Approximate/Inexact Computing, Process Variations and Process Tolerance, Reliability, Low-cost Electronics on Glass & Flexible Substrate.
The Nanoelectronics Research Laboratory was established around 18 years ago in Department of Electrical Engineering, Purdue University. Currently it consists of 26 research staffs including one post-doctoral research assistant. The group is directed by Prof. Kaushik Roy. Major sponsors of the group over the years include Intel, IBM, SRC, NSF, DARPA, Rockwell, StarNet, IBM, HP, ATT/Lucent, Qualcomm, Nano Research Initiative. The laboratory has produced 65 PhD and 27 MS alumni to date.
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. Should you need to contact the laboratory, the contact information below.