Prof. Sumeet Kumar Gupta, Ph. D.
Sumeet Kumar Gupta received the B. Tech. degree in Electrical Engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi, India in 2006, and the M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Purdue University, West Lafayette IN in 2008 and 2012, respectively. Dr. Gupta is currently the Joseph R. and Janice M. Monkowski Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering at The Pennsylvania State University. Previously, he was a Senior Engineer at Qualcomm Inc. in San Diego CA, where he developed circuit design techniques and methodologies for analysis and benchmarking of standard cells. He has also worked as an intern at National Semiconductor, Advanced Micro Devices Inc. and Intel Corporation in 2005, 2007 and 2010, respectively. His research interests include low power variation aware VLSI circuit design, nano-electronics and spintronics, device-circuit co-design and nano-scale device modeling and simulations. He has published over 40 articles in refereed journals and conferences and is a member of IEEE.
Dr. Gupta was the recipient of the 6th TSMC Outstanding Student Research Bronze Award in 2012. He has also received Magoon Award and the Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award from Purdue University in 2007 and Intel PhD Fellowship in 2009. He was awarded a certificate of recognition for outstanding job during the summer in ternship by Intel Labs and certificates of merit for excellent academic performance at IIT Delhi.
Ahmedullah received his B.Sc degree from Bangladesh University of Engineering & Technology (BUET). He worked as an engineer in Samsung R&D Institute for one and half year. He used to work in 'Solution Lab' and was a part of the 'Tizen' project. Currently he is a Ph. D candidate in Department of Electrical Engineering and is working as a graduate researcher in Penn State. His research focus is on spin based memory and emerging steep slope device technology.
Atanu received his B.Sc degree from Bangladesh University of Engineering & Technology (BUET). He worked as a lecturer in BRAC University, Bangladesh. His research focus is on ferroelectricity, 2D semiconductor and device modeling.
Sandeep is currently pursuing his Doctoral degree in the department of Electrical Engineering at The Pennsylvania State University, PA. He received his Bachelor’s degree in Engineering Physics from the Indian Institute of Technology, Madras in 2016. His research interests are focused towards Device-Circuit co-design, low power VLSI circuit design, emerging technologies in Memory design and Non-volatile processors.
Nicholas Anton Jao (co-advised with Prof. Vjiay Narayanan)
Nicholas Anton Jao received B. Sc. degree in electrical engineering from Pennsylvania State University, State College, PA in 2016. Nicholas is also currently pursuing a Ph.D in electrical engineering at Pennsylvania State University and is employed part-time at the Applied Research Laboratory as a graduate assistant. His research interests include VLSI design, computer architectures, low power memory design, non-volatile processors and brain-inspired computing.
Srivatsa Rangachar Srinivasa (co-advised with Prof. Vjiay Narayanan)
Srivatsa received his B.E.degree from M.S.R.I.T. Bangalore, India. He has also received his M.S from Dept. of Computer Science and Engineering, Penn State . He is currently a graduate student and part of MDL and ICDL.He works in areas of design of correlated material based logic and 3D stacking archinecteure.
Sumitha George, (co-advised with Prof. Vjiay Narayanan)
Sumitha George was born in India. She received her Bachelor of Technology in Electronics and Communication from Kerala, India and Master of Technology from Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Delhi. She joined Systems and Technology Group, IBM in 2007. Her main area of focus at IBM was micro processor physical design. Currently she is a Graduate student in Computer Science and Engineering in Pennsylvania State University. Her research interests include computer architecture and circuit design.
Shreya received her B. Tech. degree in Electrical and Electronics Engineering from Delhi Technological University, India in 2015. She is currently pursuing her M.S. degree in Electrical Engineering at The Pennsylvania State University. She worked as a memory design intern at GlobalFoundries, Burlington, Vermont in the summer of 2016. Her research interests include low power VLSI circuit design, emerging device technologies, and computer architecture.
Niharika Thakuria is a Master’s student in EE, Pennsylvania State University with focus on Electronics Materials and Devices. After completing her undergraduate studies in Electronics and Communication Engineering from National Institute of Technology, Silchar she has worked as Research Assistant, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore and Senior Patent Analyst, GreyB Research Pvt. Ltd, Chandigarh. Her interests are in emerging device technologies, steep switching devices and low power VLSI circuit design.
Anupriya is a Masters student in Electrical Engineering at Pennsylvania State University. Her interests revolve around VLSI design and wafer fabrication. Her research is focused on the use of emerging technologies in memory design.
Baihua is a Masters student in Electrical Engineering at Pennsylvania State University. He completed his undergrads from China. HIs research focus is on ferroelectrics and neuromorphic computing.
Sarbashis completed his B.Tech in Electronics & Telecommunication from Kalinga Institute of Industrial Technology (KIIT), India. Thereafter he worked for Aricent on embedded telecommunications hardware manufactured by Qualcomm and Nokia. Presently his specialization in the EE Department is in Electronic Materials and Devices. His research interests include emerging memory design techniques, device-circuit co-design, and low power VLSI circuit design.
Jacob Andrew Covey
Jacob is a fourth year electrical engineering major at The Pennsylvania State University with interests in circuit design and signals processing. He is an officer in the campus electrical engineering honor society where he runs all EECS tutoring and his research interests revolve around the application of emerging technologies in circuit design.
Zhesheng is a junior undergrad in electrical engineering at Pennsylvania State University, with interest around signal processing and computer architecture. His interest revolve around the use of emerging technologies in memory design.
Ya-Chi Huang received the B.S. and M.S. degrees in Department of Electrical Engineering, National Ilan University, Taiwan, in 2014 and 2015, respectively. She is currently the second year Ph.D. student in Department of Electrical Engineering at National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan. She is a visiting scholar at Pennsylvania State University in 11/2016 – 11/2017. Her research interests include circuit design in Si technology on SoC application.
Danni Wang, Master's Student
Danni received her Bachelor degree from Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics in China. She graduated in May 2016 with MS in electrical engineering from PSU. She is isinterested in digital and analog circuit, electronic devices (semiconductor, ferroelectrics and etc.) and power systems. She is currently at General Electric, China.
Komala S. Madineedi, Master's Student (co-advised with Prof. Vjiay Narayanan)
Komala received her MS degree from PSU in August 2016. She is currently at Intel, USA.
William Cane Wissing , Undergraduate Student
Kyle was a REU Scholar. He graduated in December 2015. He is currently at Intel, USA.
Mark Steiner, Undergraduate Student
Mark was a Schreyers’ Scholar. He graduated in May 2016. He is currently at PowerEx Inc.
Kyle Sibert , Undergraduate Student
Kyle was a Schreyers’ Scholar. He graduated in December 2015. He is currently at Northrup Grumman.