Dr. Benton Calhoun
Ben received his B.S. degree in electrical engineering with a concentration in computer science from the University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA, in 2000. He received the M.S. degree and Ph.D. degree in electrical engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, in 2002 and 2006, respectively. In January 2006, he joined the faculty at the University of Virginia in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department, where he is now a Professor. His research interests include body sensor node (BSN) design, low power digital circuit design, sub-threshold digital circuits, SRAM design for end-of-the-roadmap silicon, variation tolerant circuit design methodologies, and low energy electronics for medical applications.
Shuo received his BE in Integrated Circuit Design and Integrated System from University of Electronic Science and Technology of China in 2013 and MS in Microelectronics and Solid-State Electronics from Fudan University in 2016. He joined the RLP-VLSI group in July 2016 and is working towards his PhD in Electrical Engineering. His research interests include endless-power-extraction energy harvester, artificial-intelligence power management, collecting-everything-you-want sensor interface, and truly-life-transforming IoT SoC. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Daniel received his BS in Electrical Engineering from the University of Central Florida in 2016. He joined the RLP-VLSI group in August 2016 and is working towards his PhD in Electrical Engineering. His research interests include energy-efficient mixed-signal circuit design, on-chip oscillators and sensors, energy-harvesting and performance-scalable systems, and low-power digital circuit techniques.
Jacob received his BS in Electrical Engineering from the University of Virginia in 2015. He joined the RLP-VLSI group immediately after graduating in 2015 and is currently working towards his PhD in Electrical Engineering. His research interests include ultra-low power digital integrated circuit design and self-powered System on Chip design for Internet of Things based applications.
Henry received his BS in Electrical Engineering from the University of Virginia in the Fall of 2016. He joined the RLP-VLSI group after finishing his undergraduate degree. Henry is currently working towards his PhD in Electrical Engineering. His research interests include modeling self-powered systems for the IoT, engineering next-gen wakeup radio (WuRx) technologies, and developing self-powered networks for the IoT.
Rishika received her BE in Electronics and Instrumentation from Medicaps Institute of Technology in 2014, and MS in Electrical Engineering from University of Texas at Dallas in 2016. She continued to work as an RFIC Product Engineer for Qualcomm, San Diego before joining the RLP-VLSI group as a PhD student in June 2017.
Sumanth received his Bachelors degree in Electrical and Electronics from SV University and Masters in VLSI Design from VIT University, India in 2012 and 2015 respectively. He worked as Back-end Design-Automation Engineer in Microchip Technology, India for two years before joining the RLP-VLSI group in July 2017. Sumanth is currently working towards his PhD in Electrical Engineering.
Anjana received his BS degree and MS degree in Electrical Engineering from Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), South Korea, in 2015 and 2017, respectively. He briefly worked as a researcher at KAIST before joining RLP-VLSI group as a PhD candidate in August 2017. His research interests include ultra-low power and ultra-wide band RFIC design.
Peng received her BE in Instrumentation and Optoelectronic Engineering from Beihang University in June 2017. She joined the RLP-VLSI group in August 2017. Peng is currently working towards her PhD in Electrical Engineering.
Shourya received his B.Tech degree in Electronics and Communication Engineering from GGSIP University, New Delhi in June 2017. He joined the RLP-VLSI group in July 2018. Shourya is currently working towards his PhD in Electrical Engineering.
Chien-Hen received his bachelor degree in Electrical Engineering in National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan in 2009 and received his master of science degree in Electronics Engineering in National Chiao Tung university, Taiwan in 2011. He also had worked in United Microelectronics Corporation (UMC), Hsinchu, Taiwan as a senior engineer for 4.5 years (2011-2016). He started pursuing his PhD and joining RLP-VLSI group since July 2018. His research interest in SRAM design.
Natalie received her B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Texas State University in 2018. She joined the RLP-VLSI group in August 2019 and is working towards her PhD in Electrical Engineering.
Katy received her B.S. in Electrical Engineering and Mechanical Engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in May 2019. She began pursuing her PhD and working with the RLP-VLSI group in August 2019
Xinjian received his BEng in Microelectronics from Fudan University, Shanghai, China, in 2019. He joined the RLP-VLSI group in July 2019 and is working towards his PhD in Electrical Engineering.
|Nicholas Napoli||Research Scientist, 2018-2019||Assistant Professor, U. Florida|
|Kevin Leach||Research Scientist, 01/2017-08/2017||Senior Research Fellow, UMich|
|Dilip Vasudevan||Research Scientist, 2015-2016||Berkeley Labs|
|Ningxi Liu||PhD, 2018||Apple|
|Arijit Banerjee||PhD, 2017||Global Foundries Inc|
|Abhishek Roy||PhD, 2017||Silicon Labs|
|Harsh Patel||PhD, 2017||Global Foundries Inc|
|Divya Akella||PhD, 2017||Mythic Inc|
|He Qi||PhD, 2017||Apple|
|Christopher J. Lukas||PhD, 2017||PsiKick|
|Farah B. Yahya||PhD, 2017||PsiKick|
|Seyi Ayorinde||PhD, 2016||Army Research Lab|
|Manula Pathirana||MS, 2016||Continued for PhD|
|Patricia Gonzalez||MS, 2015||Continued for PhD in EE department at UVA|
|Yu Huang||MS, 2015||Continued for PhD in CS department at UVA|
|Alicia Klinefelter||PhD, 2015||Intel|
|Jim Boley||PhD, 2015||PsiKick|
|Peter Beshay||MS, 2014||Synopsys|
|Kyle Craig||PhD, 2014||PsiKick|
|Aatmesh Shrivastiva||PhD, 2014||PsiKick|
|Craig Eberhardt||PhD, 2013||Envista Forensics|
|Yanqing Zhang||PhD, 2013||Nvidia|
|Yousef Shakhsheer||PhD, 2013||PsiKick|
|Joe Ryan||PhD, 2011||Intel|
|Satyanand Nalam||PhD, 2011||Intel|
|Sudhanshu Khanna||MS, 2011||Texas Instruments|
|Randy Mann||PhD, 2010||GlobalFoundries|
|Jiajing Wang||PhD, 2010||Intel|
|Jonathan Stocking||MS (MAE), 2010||PhD program in Environmental Science, UVA|
|Steven Jocke||MS, 2009||Lockheed Martin|
|Kyle Ringgenberg||MS, 2009||Lockheed Martin|
|Liang Di||MS, 2008||Intel|
|Satyanand Nalam||MS, 2008||continued for PhD|
Year in the Group
|Nojan Sheybani||2019||Prototyping a motion harvesting system|
|Nayiri Krzysztofowicz||2019||Digital IC design for on-chip oscillator|
|Kelson Donastien||2018||measurement setup for TEGs|
|Noelle Law||2018||Estimating minute ventilation with sensing|
|Vivian Lin||2018||Piezo-based flow sensor|
|Nojan Sheybani||2018||Prototyping a motion harvesting system|
|Nayiri Krzysztofowicz||2016-2016||Benchmarking for self-powered systems|
|James Garcia-Otera||2016-2017||Image sensing|
|Samreen Islam||2016-2017||Benchmarking for self-powered systems|
|Cesar Roucco||2016-2017||Benchmarking for self-powered systems|
|Nojan Sheybani||2016-2017||Benchmarking energy harvesting components|
|Marcellus Black||2016||Modeling wireless sensor networks|
|Daniel Truesdell||2015||Systems for wearable monitoring|
|Leiqing Cai||2014-2015||Pulse oximetry systems|
|Jacob Breiholz||2014-2015||Signal processing for wheezing; SRAM chip verification|
|Nicholas Brennan||2014||SRAM chip verification|
|Edith De La Rosa||2014||Digital signal processing for pulse oximetry|
|Qing Qi||2014-2015||Signal processing, verification, and chip testing|
|Fabio Baldissera||2014-2015||Verification and chip testing|
|Ashley Morse||2014-2015||Temperature Sensing|
|Lindsey Morrison||2013-2014||Biocompatibility of ExG electrodes|
|Chuhong Duan||2011-2012||MIT chip testing, Modeling for body sensor nodes; ADESTO chip testing|
|Kevin Linger||2011-2012||Register File Design|
|Vincent Luu||2012||Modeling for Body Sensor, adapting model to COTS|
|Roman Boyarov||2012||Modeling energy efficient COTS embedded systems|
|Ian Dansey||2012||Modeling physiological data|
|David Moore||2010-2012||Interconnect design, multicore processors|
|Andrew Taylor||2012||Standard cell library generation|
|Domenic Carr||2010-2011||CAD for memory design|
|Daniel Reyno||2010-2011||CAD for memory design|
|Tyler Healy||2009||SRAM layout generation|
|Eyad Lababidi||2009||Low voltage FPGA|
|Bijan Mapar||2009||SRAM layout generation|
|Iberedem Ekure||2008||Low voltage FPGA|
|Jisoon Kim||2008||Low voltage FPGA|
|Jay Hoffman||2008||Low power processor|
|Robert McNish||2008||Heart rate processing|
|Daniel Sosa||2008||Traffic control|
|Alex Dreelin||2008||Traffic control|
|Yonathan Habtemichael||2007||Wearable ECG|