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Jaydeep Kulkarni
Office: EER 4.882

Jaydeep Kulkarni

Assistant Professor
Fellow of Silicon Laboratories Endowed Chair in Electrical Engineering
Fellow of AMD Chair in Computer Engineering

Jaydeep Kulkarni is an assistant professor and holds the Fellow of Silicon Laboratories Endowed Chair in Electrical Engineering and Fellow of AMD Chair in Computer Engineering in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at The University of Texas at Austin. 

He received the Ph.D. degree from Purdue University in 2009. During 2009-2017, he worked as a Senior Staff Research Scientist at Intel Labs in Hillsboro, OR.

He has filed 35 patents, published 2 book chapters, and 75 papers in referred journals and conferences. His research is focused machine learning hardware accelerators, in-memory computing, emerging nano-devices, heterogeneous and 3D integrated circuits, hardware security, and cryogenic computing. Dr. Kulkarni currently is a fellow of Silicon Labs Chair in electrical engineering and a fellow of AMD chair in computer engineering at UT Austin. He received 2008 Intel Foundation Ph.D. fellowship award, 2010 Purdue school of ECE outstanding doctoral dissertation award, 2015 IEEE Transactions on VLSI systems best paper award, 2015 SRC outstanding industrial liaison award, and Micron faculty awards. He has participated in technical program committees of CICC, A-SSCC, DAC, ICCAD, ISLPED, and AICAS conferences. During his tenure at Intel Labs, he served as an industrial distinguished lecturer for IEEE Circuits and Systems Society and as an industrial liaison for SRC, NSF programs. He has served as a conference general co-chair for 2018 ISLPED, and currently serving as an associate editor for IEEE Solid State Circuit Letters, and IEEE Transactions on VLSI Systems. He is a senior member of IEEE and currently serving as the chair of IEEE solid state circuits society and circuits and systems society central Texas joint chapter.

Research Interests
Integrated Circuits
Emerging Nano-technologies
ML Accelerators