Shantanu Dutt

Professor

Education

Ph.D. Computer Science and Engineering
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor 1990
M.Tech. in Computer Engineering
Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, India 1984.
B.E. Electronics and Communication Engineering
Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda, Baroda India, 1983

Contact Info

Email Website Address Phone Fax
email link 851 S. Morgan M/C 154
Chicago, IL. 60607
312.355.1314 312.996.6465

Professional Achievements

  • Lead Guest Editor for the Special Issue on "New Algorithmic Techniques for Complex EDA Problems" in the VLSI Design journal.
  • Featured speaker (1 of 2) at Int'l Conference on CAD (ICCAD), 2006, for the paper "A Network-Flow Approach to Timing-Driven Incremental Placement for ASICs''.
  • Best paper award nomination for the paper ``Efficient On-Line Testing of FPGAs with Provable Diagnosabilities", at the Design Automation Conference, June 2004 , a premier conference for VLSI CAD and testing.
  • Best Paper award for the paper ``A probability-based approach to VLSI circuit partitioning", at the ACM/IEEE Design Automation Conference, Las Vegas, June 1996.
  • Most influential paper award for the paper ``Design and reconfiguration strategies for near-optimal k-fault-tolerant tree architectures" at the Fault Tolerant Comput. Symp., 1995 (for a paper that appeared in FTCS '88).
  • Research Initiation Award from NSF for "Efficient Design of Fault-Tolerant Multiprocessors", 9/92 - 2/96.
  • Invited article: S. Dutt, F. Rota, F. Trovo and F. Hanchek, ``Fault Tolerance in Computer Systems--From Circuits to Algorithms", invited article, in Electrical Engineering Handbook, Academic Press, 2004.
  • Invited article: S. Dutt and D. Boley, ``Roundoff Errors", invited article, in Wiley Encyclopedia of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Vol. 18, 1999, pp. 617-627.
  • Invited paper: N.R. Mahapatra and S. Dutt, ``New anticipatory load balancing strategies for scalable parallel best-first search", DIMACS workshop on Parallel Processing of Discrete Optimization Problems, April 1994.

Research Interests

Computer-Aided design of FPGA and VLSI circuits (physical design, physical synthesis, logic synthesis, high-level synthesis, timing and power-driven design tools with temperature considerations), combinatorial optimization, fault-tolerant computing-systems and chips, trust and security in VLSI chips and computer systems, FPGA testing, and parallel computing.

 
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