Linkedin - https://www.linkedin.com/in/bhawandeep-singh-1b164517/ PhD student in CSE department in UCSC, advised by Prof. Jose Renau. My areas of majors are CPU design, digital design and embedded software.
Full time: Electronics Engineer with an interest in embedded systems solutions. I can take a project goal and design, develop, prototype, program, validate an embedded system reaching that goal. Part-time: Maker, interested in rapid prototyping, my lab has basic machines: CO2 Laser cutter, 3d printers, small milling machine. I've built 3 of my own 3d printers.
Paulo Roberto B. de Carvalho is a Hardware and Digital IC Design Engineer with 6-years experience in microelectronic area in Digital IC Design, with specialization in RTL design optimization for area and power reduction, Verification and Physical Implementation flow. He has 10-years experience in Application Engineering, technical consultant and semiconductors manufacture processes. He received his bachelor degree in materials, processes and electronic components technology at Faculdade de Tecnologia de Sao Paulo (FATEC-SP) in 2006. In 2011, he joined the Brazillian Federal Government IC Brazil Program of the Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation (MCTI), trained in Digital Systems Design area. He received his Master of Science degree in Electric Engineering with specialization in Microelectronic area on Integrated Systems Laboratory at Electrical Engineering Department of Polytechnic School of University of Sao Paulo in 2016.
Undergraduate in ECE & Economics at BITS Pilani, India. An enthusiast in IC Design, VLSI and Physical Design.
I am a Ph.D. student at the School of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, NTU, Singapore. I co-designed the Romulus and Remus families of lightweight authenticated encryption modes with Tetsu Iwata, Kazuhiko Minematsu and Thomas Peyrin, which are the basis of three candidates for the NIST Lightweight Cryptography Competition. Previously, I got my BSc. in Electronics Engineering from Alexandria University, Egypt. My main research focus is the practical aspects of Symmetric Key Cryptography, which includes: Physical Security, Hardware Implementations, Practical Cryptanalysis and Primitive Design. Previous research projects also included the acceleration of Fully Homomorphic Encryption and Design and Verification of Digital Circuits.