2009 - IEEE Fellow For contributions to low power digital circuits in deep submicron technology
Shekhar Borkar spends much of his time researching Electronic engineering, CMOS, Embedded system, Very-large-scale integration and Efficient energy use. His study on Electronic engineering also encompasses disciplines like
His Transistor study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Real-time computing and Integrated circuit. His study explores the link between Very-large-scale integration and topics such as Integrated circuit design that cross with problems in Robustness, Multiplexing, Logic gate and Mixed-signal integrated circuit. His Efficient energy use research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Energy consumption, Microprocessor and Degradation.
Shekhar Borkar focuses on Electronic engineering, Electrical engineering, CMOS, Computer hardware and Voltage. His studies in Electronic engineering integrate themes in fields like Transistor, Microprocessor, Electronic circuit and Robustness. His Microprocessor research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Very-large-scale integration and Signal.
His Very-large-scale integration research includes themes of Reliability engineering and Chip. His CMOS research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Clock gating, Adder, Low-power electronics and Leakage. In his study, Energy consumption is strongly linked to Efficient energy use, which falls under the umbrella field of Embedded system.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Electronic engineering, Energy consumption, CMOS, Voltage and Computer hardware. In Electronic engineering, Shekhar Borkar works on issues like Network on a chip, which are connected to Input/output and Controller. Shekhar Borkar combines subjects such as Ubiquitous computing, Transistor and Interconnection with his study of Energy consumption.
He carries out multidisciplinary research, doing studies in CMOS and 3D computer graphics. His Voltage study introduces a deeper knowledge of Electrical engineering. While the research belongs to areas of Efficient energy use, he spends his time largely on the problem of Subthreshold conduction, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Threshold voltage and Very-large-scale integration.
His primary areas of investigation include Energy consumption, CMOS, Electronic engineering, Systems design and Limit. His Energy consumption research incorporates themes from Execution model, Embedded system and Conventional memory. His CMOS study incorporates themes from Computer hardware, Vertex, Pixel, Pixel shaders and Clock gating.
Shekhar Borkar combines subjects such as Efficient energy use, Electrical engineering, Voltage and Power budget with his study of Electronic engineering. Efficient energy use is closely attributed to Very-large-scale integration in his work. His studies deal with areas such as Distributed computing, Orders of magnitude, Parallelism, Bandwidth and Interconnection as well as Systems design.
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Designing reliable systems from unreliable components: the challenges of transistor variability and degradation
IEEE Micro (2005)
Parameter variations and impact on circuits and microarchitecture
Shekhar Borkar;Tanay Karnik;Siva Narendra;Jim Tschanz.
design automation conference (2003)
Design challenges of technology scaling
IEEE Micro (1999)
Thousand core chips: a technology perspective
design automation conference (2007)
The future of microprocessors
Shekhar Borkar;Andrew A. Chien.
Communications of The ACM (2011)
An 80-Tile Sub-100-W TeraFLOPS Processor in 65-nm CMOS
Sriram R. Vangal;Jason Howard;Gregory Ruhl;Saurabh Dighe.
IEEE Journal of Solid-state Circuits (2008)
A 48-Core IA-32 message-passing processor with DVFS in 45nm CMOS
Jason Howard;Saurabh Dighe;Yatin Hoskote;Sriram Vangal.
international solid-state circuits conference (2010)
Area-efficient linear regulator with ultra-fast load regulation
Peter Hazucha;Tanay Karnik;Bradley A. Bloechel;Colleen Parsons.
IEEE Journal of Solid-state Circuits (2005)
iWarp: an integrated solution to high-speed parallel computing
S. Borkar;R. Cohn;G. Cox;S. Gleason.
conference on high performance computing (supercomputing) (1988)
Technology and design challenges for low power and high performance
Vivek De;Shekhar Borkar.
international symposium on low power electronics and design (1999)
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