Younghyun Kim is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Wisconsin–Madison. He received his Ph.D. degree in electrical engineering and computer science at Seoul National University in 2013 and a B.S. degree with Highest Honor in computer science and engineering at Seoul National University in 2007. He was a visiting scholar at the University of Southern California from 2009 to 2011, and a postdoctoral researcher at Purdue University from 2013 to 2016. He received multiple awards, including NSF CARRER Award (2019), the EDAA Outstanding Dissertation Award (2013), ISLPED Low Power Design Award (2007 and 2012), and IEEE SSCS Seoul Chapter at ISOCC (2009). His current research interests include power management of emerging embedded systems, energy harvesting and storage systems, and secure implantable and wearable medical devices.
Shreyas Sen is an Assistant Professor in ECE, Purdue University and received his Ph.D. degree in ECE, Georgia Tech. Dr. Sen has over 5 years of industry research experience in Intel Labs, Qualcomm and Rambus. His current research interests span mixed-signal circuits/systems and electromagnetics for Internet of Things (IoT), Biomedical and Security. Dr. Sen is the inventor of the Electro-Quasistatic Human Body Communication, for which is the recipient of the MIT Technology Review top-10 Indian Inventor Worldwide under 35 (MIT TR35 India) Award. Dr. Sen's work has been covered by 100+ news releases worldwide, invited appearance on TEDx Indianapolis, Indian National Television CNBC TV18 Young Turks Program and NPR subsidiary Lakeshore Public Radio. Dr. Sen is a recipient of the NSF CAREER Award 2020, AFOSR Young Investigator Award 2016, NSF CISE CRII Award 2017, Google Faculty Research Award 2017, Intel Labs Quality Award for industrywide impact on USB-C type, Intel PhD Fellowship 2010, IEEE Microwave Fellowship 2008 and seven best paper awards including IEEE CICC 2019 and IEEE HOST 2017, 2018 and 2019. Dr. Sen's work was chosen as one of the top-10 papers in Hardware Security field over past 6 years (TopPicks 2019). He has co-authored 2 book chapters, over 135 journal and conference papers and has 14 patents granted/pending. He serves/has served as an Associate Editor for IEEE Design & Test, Executive Committee member of IEEE Central Indiana Section and Technical Program Committee member of DAC, CICC, DATE, ISLPED, ICCAD, ITC, VLSI Design, among others. Dr. Sen is a Senior Member of IEEE.
Swaroop Ghosh (SM'13) received the B.E. (Hons.) from IIT, Roorkee and the Ph.D. degree from Purdue University. He is an Assistant Professor at Pennsylvania State University. Earlier, he was with the faculty of University of South Florida (USF). Prior to that, he was a Senior Research and Development Engineer in Advanced Design, Intel Corp. His research interests include emerging memory technologies, hardware security, quantum computing and digital testing.
Dr. Ghosh served as Associate Editor of the IEEE Transactions On Circuits and Systems I and IEEE Transactions On Computer-Aided Design and as Senior Editorial Board member of IEEE Journal of Emerging Topics on Circuits and Systems (JETCAS). He served as Guest Editor of the IEEE JETCAS and IEEE Transactions On VLSI Systems. He has also served in the technical program committees of ACM/IEEE conferences such as, DAC, ICCAD, CICC, DATE, ISLPED, GLSVLSI, Nanoarch and ISQED. He served as Program Chair of ISQED 2019 and DAC Ph.D. Forum 2016 and track (co)-Chair of CICC 2017-2019, ISLPED 2017-2018 and ISQED 2016-2017.
Dr. Ghosh is a recipient of Intel Technology and Manufacturing Group Excellence Award in 2009, Intel Divisional Award in 2011, Intel Departmental Awards in 2011 and 2012, USF Outstanding Research Achievement Award in 2015, College of Engineering Outstanding Research Achievement Award in 2015, DARPA Young Faculty Award (YFA) in 2015, ACM SIGDA Outstanding New Faculty Award in 2016, YFA Director’s Fellowship in 2017, Monkowsky Career Development Award in 2018, Lutron Spira Teaching Excellence Award in 2018 and Dean's Cerificate of Excellence in 2019. He is a Senior member of the IEEE and the National Academy of Inventors (NAI), Associate member of Sigma Xi and Distinguished Speaker of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM).
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