Bharan Giridhar awarded Intel PhD Fellowship
Bharan’s research focusses on developing circuit techniques for adaptive and reliable high-performance computing.
Bharan Giridhar, a Ph.D. candidate in Electrical Engineering, has been selected to receive a prestigious Intel Corporation Ph.D. Fellowship for the 2013-14 academic year.
Bharan’s research area is Very Large Scale Integrated (VLSI) chip design, with an emphasis on developing circuit techniques for adaptive and reliable, high-performance computing. He has co-authored 8 conference and journal articles while at Michigan, and has been involved in the Centip3De project, which is a 64-core, 3D stacked near-threadhold system. His specific research is described here. Bharan Giridhar is advised by Prof. David Blaauw.
The Intel Ph.D. fellowship is awarded to outstanding Ph.D. candidates at select universities in the United States, and includes the opportunity for recipients to be mentored by Intel engineers.