People

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NanoCAS Lab Members
Photo on 8-18-14 at 3.18 PM #4Director: Emre Salman (CV)

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PhD Students
GanZhihua Gan

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Zhihua Gan received her B.S. degree (2008) in electrical engineering and automation from Shanghai Normal University, Shanghai, China. She is currently working towards her Ph.D. degree in electrical and Computer engineering at Stony Brook University. She is primarily interested in reliability and noise issues for nanoscale circuits with application to both analog and high performance synchronous systems.

WeichengWeicheng Liu

Weicheng Liu received his B.Sc. degree from Tsinghua University, China in 2009. He joined Stony Brook University in 2012 to pursue his Ph.D. degree. His research focuses on circuit design techniques and algorithms for low power clocking.

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Tutu received his B.Sc. degree in Microelectronics from Nanjing University, China in 2014. He started his Ph.D. career at Stony Brook University in September 2014. His research interests focus on computing methodologies for wireless energy and ultra-low power circuit design.

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Chen Yan received his B.Sc. degree in electrical engineering from University of Science and Technology Beijing, China in 2013. He joined Stony Brook University at the same year where he is currently pursuing his Ph.D degree. His current research focuses on monolithic 3D ICs.

 

Mallika Rathore

After several years of industry experience, Mallika is back to Stony Brook in Fall 2016 for a PhD degree.

Manav Jain

Manav received the MSc degree from UT Dallas and joined Stony Brook for the PhD degree in Fall 2016.

MSc Students (with thesis)

For prospective MSc students, please note that I advise master’s students who commit to a thesis and are willing to stay for four semesters. Interested students should register for ESE 555 during the Fall semester.

BSc Students
Xiaoxi Zhang

Xiaoxi is ECE Honors student conducting research in the field of low voltage/swing multi-bit DFF design.

Scott Kontak

Scott is an NSF REU student conducting research in the field of monolithic 3D ICs.