I am currently an Associate Professor in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University (NC A&T). As director of the Automated Design for Emerging Process Technologies (ADEPT) laboratory at NC A&T, I research the following questions: (1) how can we make computers more reliable in harsh environments (i.e., ionizing particles, malicious fault injection) and (2) how can we extend Moore’s law (e.g., 3D IC)? To answer these questions, he interrogates the traditional abstraction layers of integrated circuit design (i.e., functional description, circuit design, physical design) to discover design methodologies that are more relevant to these goals.
Assistant Professor (IISc) | Ph.D. & S.M. (MIT) | B.Tech. (IIT-KGP)
Received B.S. degree from Electrical and Electronics Engineering in Middle East Technical University, Turkey, in 2019. Currently, pursuing M.S. degree from Electronics Engineering in Bogazici University, Turkey. Research interests are computer architecture, hardware security and secure memory architecture