eLab

People

We have multiple openings for Graduate Research Assistant, Undergraduate Researcher and Post-Doctoral Researcher (starting in Summer 2018). Please see the announcement at the bottom of this page.

Faculty

Umit Ogras Umit Y. Ogras received his Ph.D. degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA, in 2007. From 2008 to 2013, he worked as a research scientist at the Strategic CAD Laboratories, Intel Corporation. He is currently an assistant professor at the School of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering. [Contact]

Ph.D. Students

Ujjwal Gupta Ujjwal Gupta received his M.S. in Electrical Engineering from Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ in 2014 and B.E. in Electronics and Communication Engineering from Manipal University, India. He is currently pursuing PhD at Arizona State University.
Research Focus: Design methodologies and tools for Flexible Hybrid Systems (FHE) and dynamic power management of Multiprocessor Systems-on-Chip (MpSoCs). [Personal Website]
ganapati Ganapati Bhat received his B.Tech in Electronics and Communication engineering from ISM, Dhanbad, India. Prior to joining ASU, he worked as a software engineer at Samsung Electronics in India.
Research Focus: Energy optimization and task scheduling for wearable devices, flexible wireless protocols. [Contact]
cemil_geyik Cemil Geyik received his M.S. in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the University of Texas at Austin, in 2013. He is currently working as Signal Integrity Engineer at Intel Corporation and pursuing Ph.D. at Arizona State University.
Research Focus: Heterogeneous computing, Internet of things. [Contact]
Manoj Babu received his B.E. in Telecommunication Engineering from PESIT, Bangalore, India. He is now pursuing a Ph.D. in Computer Engineering (Electrical Engineering) at ASU. Manoj has previously worked as a platform engineer at Nvidia in India.
Research Focus: Energy-Efficient Computing, Dynamic Power Management for Heterogeneous SoCs [Contact]
  Sumit Kumar Mandal recieved his Dual Degree (B.S.+ M.S.) from Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur in 2015. From 2015 to 2017 he worked as an R&D Engineer at Synopsys India Pvt. Ltd. Currently Sumit is pursuing his PhD in Electrical Engineering at Arizona State University.

Research Focus: Network On Chip Architectures, energy-efficient machine learning for wearable applications [Contact]
  Darshan Satyamurthy received his M.S. in Computer Engineering from Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY in 2011. He is currently pursuing PhD at Arizona State University. Prior to joining ASU, Darshan worked with Intel from 2011-2018 as a Senior Design Engineer.
Research Focus: Custom ASIC Design for multicore systems and wearables, Power Optimization and Energy Harvesting for IoT Designs. [Contact]

M.S. Students

Vatika Chaurasia received her B.Tech in Electronics and Communication Engineering from UPTU, India. Prior to joining ASU, she worked as a System Engineer at Tata Consultancy Services in India. Vatika is currently pursuing her Masters Degree in Electrical Engineering at Arizona State University.

Research Focus: Energy Efficient Machine Learning for Wearable. [Contact]

  Ranadeep Deb received his B.Tech in Electronics and Communication engineering from WBUT, India. Prior to joining ASU, he worked as a Research Engineer for Infosys R&D from 2014 – 2017 in India. Ranadeep is currently pursuing MS in Computer Engineering at Arizona State University.
Research Focus: Internet of Things, Health Data Science, Machine learning for Biomedical IoT.[Contact]

Undergraduate Students

Eric Qin Eric Qin is studying Electrical Engineering at Arizona State University and is expected to graduate in 2017. [Contact]
user_150x150 Nicholas Tran is studying Computer Science at Arizona State University and is expected to graduate in 2017. [Contact]
Alexandra Porter is studying Mathematics and Computer Science at Arizona State University and is expected to graduate in 2017. [Contact]

High School Students

High School students  Every summer high school students join eLab to gain research experience. Send an email or check out Fulton Schools of Engineering Outreach programs, if you are interested. 

Alumni

jaehyun_park Jaehyun Park received his Ph.D. degree in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea, in 2015. From 2009 to 2010, he was a visiting scholar at the University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA.
He joined University of Ulsan as an Assistant Professor [Contact]
Md Muztoba Md Muztoba received his M.S. in Applied Optics from Delaware State University, Dover, DE and B.Sc. in Electrical and Electronic Engineering from Rajshahi University of Engineering and Technology, Rajshahi, Bangladesh.
He is now with Intel Corp., Chander, AZ [Contact]
Gaurav Singla Gaurav Singla received his M.S. degree in Spring 2015. He is now with ARM, San Jose, CA USA.
Research Focus: Thermal and power management of single ISA heterogeneous processors.
[Contact]
Sankalp Jain Sankalp Jain received his M.S. degree in Spring 2015. He is now with Microchip Technology Inc, AZ USA.
Research Focus: Thermal- and energy-aware scheduling for heterogeneous multicore processors.
[Contact]
Past MSE Students at eLab Navyasree Matturu (Intel Corp.)
Shankhadeep Mukerji (ARM)
Prasanthi Yelamarthy (Intel Corp.)
Spurthi Korrapati (Intel Corp.)
Hitesh Joshi (Microchip Technology Inc)
Sugam Kapur (Intel, Bangalore)
Mounica Kothi

Join eLab

We are looking for outstanding candidates to join eLab research team. There are multiple openings for Graduate Research Assistant, Undergraduate Researcher and Post-Doctoral Researcher (starting in Summer 2018).

Successful candidates will work one of the two following projects:

1- Design and optimization of Domain-Specific Systems-on-Chip (SoCs) that target next generation communication systems. This work will involve intelligent scheduling using online machine learning, optimal on-chip communication and digital hardware design. The students will have the opportunity to work with industrial collaborators during this project.

2- Designing energy-harvesting wearable devices using Flexible Hybrid Electronics. This project has two aspects. The first thrust will involve low-power hardware and energy-harvesting circuit designs. The second thrust will focus on developing health monitoring and motion tracking applications using wearable devices.This will involve developing machine learning algorithms and software implementation.

3- Dynamic power and thermal management of multiprocessor systems-on-chip that power state-of-the-art smart phones. This work will involve power and temperature measurement on mobile devices, online machine learning and  optimal control. The students will have the opportunity to work with industrial collaborators during this project.

Graduate Research Assistants: Students with a MSc. Degree in electrical engineering, computer engineering or computer science will be given priority. Exceptional candidates with a B.S. degree in these fields and strong interest in pursuing a Ph.D. study will be also considered seriously.

Interested candidate should submit their CV to umit@asu.edu with the subject line “New eLab researcher”