Dilip Vasudevan is a computer science research fellow in CAG. His current research interests include the design space exploration of Post Moore architectures, reconfigurable spintronic devices, superconducting architectures and hardware/software co-design and the development of new computing models and systems to deliver for future exascale systems. His recent work was in ultra low power sub-threshold system design for Internet of Things (IoT). He obtained his Ph.D. in Informatics (Computer Engineering) from the University of Edinburgh, Scotland, UK.
Andrew A. Chien, Tung Thanh Hoang, Dilip P. Vasudevan, Yuanwei Fang, Amirali Shambayati: 10x10: A Case Study in Highly-Programmable and Energy-Efficient Heterogeneous Federated Architecture. SIGARCH Computer Architecture News 43(2): 2-9 (2015)
Abhishek Roy, Alicia Klinefelter, Farah B. Yahya, Xing Chen, Luisa Patricia Gonzalez-Guerrero, Christopher J. Lukas, Divya Akella Kamakshi, James Boley, Kyle Craig, Muhammad Faisal, Seunghyun Oh, Nathan E. Roberts, Yousef Shakhsheer, Aatmesh Shrivastava, Dilip P. Vasudevan, David D. Wentzloff, Benton H. Calhoun: A 6.45 μW Self-Powered SoC With Integrated Energy-Harvesting Power Management and ULP Asymmetric Radios for Portable Biomedical Systems. IEEE Trans. Biomed. Circuits and Systems 9(6): 862-874 (2015)
Jiaoyan Chen, Dilip P. Vasudevan, Michel P. Schellekens, Emanuel M. Popovici: Ultra Low Power Asynchronous Charge Sharing Logic. J. Low Power Electronics 8(4): 526-534 (2012)
Dilip P. Vasudevan, Parag K. Lala, Jia Di, James Patrick Parkerson: Reversible-logic design with online testability. IEEE Trans. Instrumentation and Measurement 55(2): 406-414 (2006)