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Kh Shahriya Zaman

I am a PhD student at Universiti Kebagsaan Malaysia. My research interests include application-specific hardware design, mainly to accelerate machine learning applications.

aju narayanan


C/C++ Verilog

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Antonio Karam

I am currently in my junior year studying computer engineering at the University of Notre Dame. Alongside that, I am pursuing a concentration in cybersecurity and a minor in engineering corporate practice. My curiosity was initially drawn to the puzzle-like nature of security problems, which led me to major in Computer Engineering in an effort to dissect both the hardware and software sides of computer systems and expose their vulnerabilities. The more I learned about cybersecurity, the more I realized its criticality in safeguarding individuals and organizations and its ever-growing prominence in our tech-driven world, especially within software development. Software engineering complements that passion but adds a layer of creativity and ingenuity that fuels my drive to develop programs and systems that help serve people all over the world. I strive to build solutions that are not only resource-efficient but also sustainable, scalable, and adaptable. Achieving this goal requires a relentless passion for learning about available and emerging technologies – a skill I am proud to have. I am fascinated by the ever-evolving landscape of tech innovation, and it is this fascination that motivates me to delve deeper into the world of technology, continuously seeking out new knowledge and skills to ensure I stay at the forefront of this dynamic industry. Throughout my undergraduate career, I have taken on various leadership positions, from acting as the Vice President of my university's Engineers Without Borders chapter to leading development teams at CS For Good. I expect to graduate in May 2025, and I am currently interested in an internship position for the summer of 2024.

Soham Bhattacharya

As a PhD candidate in Electrical and Computer Engineering at Rowan University, I am passionate about designing domain-specific customized hardware accelerators using Hardware Description Languages. I am currently a Graduate Research and Teaching Fellow, working on projects related to computer hardware architecture, digital design, and VLSI design. I have expertise in VHDL, VERILOG, and Scala, and experience with testing, debugging, simulating, and waveform analysis tools. I also have a strong background in computer architecture, SOC design, and reversible computing, and knowledge of C/C++ programming languages. Additionally, I have secured multiple grants from the National Science Foundation for conducting customer discovery interviews in the domain of scientific computing. I have also published several papers in international journals and received the Young Researcher Award in 2020. I am a team player, a leader, a mentor, and a public speaker, with skills in interviewing, collaborating, and empowering others.

Nithin M

Electronics and Communication Engineer

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Academic: Student