Tufts University, USA
Topic: CMOS Optoelectronic Sensor Array
As a professor of ECE department, he directs an interdisciplinary research group Nano Lab with research focus on flexible bioelectronics, BioMed micro-devices, micro and nano-fabrication. He has received several awards including the prestigious National Science Foundation (NSF) CAREER award in 2010. He will discuss recent progress in the area of optical sensors for chemical sensing in CMOS technology and the need for intimate integration with CMOS-based instrumentation.
Topic: Evolution and Advancement in Chipsets and opportunities for students in it.
He is the DG Digital Implementation Site Leader and R&D Head responsible for releases and technology engagement from the region. He will talk about the evolution of Chipsets and how the industry has kept pace with it. He will specifically give insights to students on how to put additional effort into gaining knowledge and exposure to make them industry-ready.
VLSI System Design (VSD), Bengaluru
Topic: Transforming the Silicon Industry Through Open-Source
As the co-founder of VSD, he is one of the pioneers in taking VLSI Design courses to the masses using the complete chain of Open-Source EDA tools. He will conduct a hands-on workshop exploring the spectrum of open-source EDA tools and capabilities currently available and how it’s likely to transform the silicon industry in the coming decade.
Sevya, Greater Noida
Topic: Current market trends on VLSI Design Verification, Embedded Systems
As the founding CEO, he serves semiconductor clients in India, Europe, and the USA including Fortune 500 firms. He is also nurturing two startups Gamez2Hire(EduTech) and GreenSys (IoT). His talk will focus on the current market trends on VLSI Design Verification and Embedded systems and its effect on the aspiring engineers and entrepreneurs. His team will also conduct two workshops on Design Verification and the GreenSys IoT system.
Topic: Imitation Learning in Robotic Systems
As the Poonam and Prabhu Goel Chair Professor, he heads the Intelligent Systems and Control Laboratory and extensively focuses on developing automation solutions to industrial and domestic problems. He has extensive international research experience including the UK, Switzerland, and Germany. His talk on Imitation Learning in Robotic Systems will demonstrate the technique of skill transfer to robotic systems through human demonstration.
Topic: Low Power Circuit Techniques
As an Assistant Professor in the ECE Dept., his area of R&D is in VLSI Circuits and Systems. His Post Doctoral Research experience includes CMU, USA and Kyoto University. He is the recipient of Young Faculty Research Fellowship from MeitY, Govt. of India. His talk will focus on low power circuit techniques.
Topic: Challenges in Data Converter Design in Nanometer CMOS
He is an Associate Professor and an accomplished researcher in analog and mixed-signal circuit design specifically in the area of data converters, switched-capacitor circuits, and signal processing. He has won multiple prestigious awards including 2013 CICC Best Paper Award. He will focus on the challenges in Data Converter Design in Nanometer CMOS discussing techniques to exceed the existing communication standards and the upcoming standards like 5G.
Topic: Nanoelectronic devices and its applications.
He is the Dean (R&D) at MS Engineering College (MSEC). He holds 30 patents and has commercialized 3 products. He has more than 70 journal publications with 300+ citations and author of 14 books. He will conduct a hands-on workshop on Nanoelectronic Devices and its applications including Quantum Dot and Carbon nanotube FETs.
VLSI Expert, Noida
Topic: Industry Oriented Manpower Generation: Challenges and Opportunities
He is working for the last several years to bridge the gap between the Industry and academia with the help of seminars, workshops, and skill development programs. His talk will focus on setting a realistic roadmap for Indian semiconductor ecosystem to become an international design hub for semiconductor products. His emphasis will be on how to develop quality manpower for the ecosystem.
MAKAUT, West Bengal
Topic: Functionalization of carbon nanotube and it's implication over living system
He is a Professor at Maulana Abul Kalam Azad University of Technology (MAKAUT). He is a senior member of the IEEE, Life Member of CSI and member of the International Union of Radio Science. His research interests include mobile cloud computing, Green mobile networks. His talk will be on Mobile cloud Computing and Computational Nanotechnology.
KGEC, West Bengal
Topic: Advanced Nano devices
He is an Associate Professor at Kalyani Government Engineering College (KGEC), West Bengal. He is serving as the Chairman of the IEEE Electron Device Society, Kolkata Chapter. His research interests include nanoelectronics, MOS device physics, and nano-scale MOSFET modeling & simulation. His talk will focus on Advanced Nano Devices.
STMicroelectronics, Greater Noida
Topic: Ensuring Best Design-to-Silicon Flows
As a Principal Engineer, he has been instrumental in setting up Electronic Design Automation (EDA) flows to enable engineers to efficiently design high quality integrated circuits. His talk will introduce the audience to the entire VLSI flow from conception to the final silicon product.