Congratualtions to the College of Engineering graduate students who recently received a prestigious travel award to
The Center for Advanced Computer Studies
The Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering
(The Innovation Distinguished Lecture Series in EECE)
The University of Louisiana at Lafayette
Proudly announce a Distinguished Lecture
Dr. Ram K. Krishnamurthy
Senior Research Director & Senior Principal Engineer, Intel Labs, USA
will give a presentation entitled
Machine Learning and Hardware Security Technologies for the loT era: Challenges &
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This talk will highlight some of the emerging challenge s and opportunities for next generation machine learning and hardware security technologies in the rapidly evolving loT industry. New and emerging loT markets for autonomous vehicles, drones and wearables require even higher performance and security at much lower cost while reducing energy consumption. Some of the prominent barriers to designing high performance and energy-efficient multi-core microprocessors and SoCs in the sub-I 0nm technology nodes will be outlined. Emerging trends in SoC circuit design for machine learning and deep neural networks, specialized accelerators for nearest neighbor computing and reconfigurable multi-precision matrix multipliers, ultra-low-voltage logic and memory circuits, on-chip interconnect fabric circuits, ultra-lightweight encryption engines, physically unclonable functions and fully-digital random number generator security building blocks are described. Future brain-inspired neuromorphic computing circuit design challenges and technologies will also be reviewed.
Friday, March 1, 2019
Oliver Hall Room 112, 11:00-12:00
Ram K. Krishnamurthy is Senior Research Director and Senior Principal Engineer at Intel Labs, Hillsboro, Oregon. He leads research in high performance, energy efficient and low voltage circuits for microprocessors and SoC' s. He has made contributions to the circuit design of various generations of lntel products, including Intel @ltanium, Pentium4, Core, Atom, and Zeon line of microprocessors and SoCs. He has been at Intel Corporation since 1997. Krishnamurthy holds 125 issued patents with over 75 patents pending and has published 200 papers and 3 book chapters on high performance energy efficient circuits. He serves as chair of the Semiconductor research Corporation (SRC) technical advisory board for circuit design. He served as Technical Program Chair/General Chair for the IEEE International Systems-on-Chip Conference and presently serves on the conference's steering committee. Krishnamurthy has received the IEEE International Solid-State Circuits Conference distinguished technical paper award. IEEE European Solid-State Circuits Conference best paper award, outstanding industry mentor award for SRC, Intel awards for most patents filed and most patents issued, Intel Labs Gordon Moore award, Carnegie Mellon University alumni recognition award, distinguished alumni award from State University of New York, MIT Technology Review' s TR35 innovator award, and recognized as a top ISSCC paper contributor. He has received two Intel Achievement Awards. He is a Fellow of the IEEE and distinguished lecturer of IEEE solid-state circuits society. Krishnamurthy received his BE in- electrical engineering from National Institute of Technology in India (1993) , MS in electrical and computer engineering from State University of New York (1994) and PhD in electrical and computer engineering from Carnegie Mellon University (1997).