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Debayan Das

Assistant Professor


Debayan Das received his PhD and MS in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Purdue University, USA, in 2021 and his Bachelor of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering degree from Jadavpur University, India, in 2015.

He is an Assistant Professor with the Department of Electronic Systems Engineering (DESE) at the Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bangalore. He has worked as a Security Researcher at Intel, USA, during 2021-22 and as a Research Scientist in the Intel Labs, USA, during 2022-23. Before his Ph.D., he worked as an Analog Design Engineer at a startup based in India. He has interned with the Security Research Lab, Intel Labs, USA, over the summers of 2018 and 2020. His research interests include mixed-signal IC design, biomedical circuits, and hardware security.

Dr. Das received the IEEE HOST Best Student Paper Award in 2017 and 2019, IEEE CICC Best Student Paper Award in 2021, the Third Best Poster Award in IEEE HOST 2018, and the 2nd Best Demo Award in HOST 2020. In 2019, one of his papers was recognized as a Top Pick in Hardware and Embedded Security. He was recognized as the winner (third place) of the ACM ICCAD 2020 Student Research Competition (SRC). During his Ph.D., he was awarded the ECE Fellowship during 2016–2018, the Bilsland Dissertation Fellowship in 2020–2021, the SSCS Pre-doctoral Achievement Award in 2021, and the Outstanding Graduate Student Research Award by the College of Engineering, Purdue University, in 2021 for his outstanding overall achievements. He has authored/co-authored more than 55 peer-reviewed conferences and journals, including 2 book chapters and 3 US patents. He has been a primary reviewer for multiple reputed journals and conferences, including TCAS-I, TVLSI, TCAD, Design & Test, TODAES, JETCAS, TBME, IEEE Access, IoTJ, DAC, VLSI Design.


Mixed-signal IC design, FPGA design, Hardware Security, Machine Learning, Biomedical circuits and systems

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