Two Research Assistant (RA) positions with full financial support available from Spring 2015 in the area of security and energy-efficient computing. Contact Prof. Bhunia if interested.
Prof. Bhunia serves as a guest editor for a IEEE Computer Magazine special issue on Supply Chain Security for Cyber-infrastructure, March 2015.
New book co-edited by Prof. Bhunia is released from Elsevier Implantable Biomedical Microsystems, Feb 2015.
Prof. Bhunia is organizing a Special Session in Design Automation Conference (DAC) on System-on-Chip Security Validation, Feb 2015.
Prof. Bhunia cofounds a startup HakHam Systems, LLC on cybersecurity education with his students, Jan 2015.
Prof. Bhunia is appointed as an Associate Editor in IEEE Transactions on Multi-Scale Computing Systems (TMSCS), Jan 2015.
In the News: Cybersecurity training effort featured in CWRU THINK magazine, Fall/Winter 2014 issue, Oct 2014.
Prof. Bhunia receives a new research grant from Semiconductor Research Corporation (SRC) on hardware acceleration, Oct 2014.
In the News: Cybersecurity education effort at Case by Prof. Bhunia is featured in the National Public Radio (NPR) Marketplace, Aug 2014.
Prof. Bhunia delivers invited talk at Samsung Electronics, Korea University, and POSTECH, Korea, Aug 2014.
Prof. Bhunia serves as an Academic Consultant in Startup TruSecSys on hardware based security and trust, July 2014.
Prof. Bhunia is appointed as an Associate Editor in IEEE Transactions on Computer-Aided Design of Integrated Circuits and Systems (TCAD), July 2014.
Article on hardware security is accepted for publication in Proceedings of the IEEE June 2014.
Prof. Bhunia receives Excellence in Research Award, EECS, Case Western Reserve University, Dec 2013.
Prof. Bhunia receives a new grant from Semiconductor Research Corporation (SRC) on secure system-on-chip design, Dec 2013.
In the News: Research on cancer detecting vest in the Think Magazine, Oct 2013. [THINK]
Nanoscape Team is selected finalist in Embedded Systems Challenge (ESC) 2013, NYU-Poly Cyber Security Awareness Week, Sept 2013. [Link]
Prof. Bhunia receives a new National Science Foundation (NSF) grant on security education, Sept 2013. [Link]
Research paper co-authored by graduate student Vaishnavi Ranganathan is accepted for presentation in IEEE International Electron Devices Meeting (IEDM-2013), July 2013.
Prof. Bhunia gets promoted to Timothy E. and Allison L. Schroeder Professorship in Computer Science and Engineering, July 2013.
Research paper by graduate students Abhishek Basak and Vaishnavi Ranganathan is selected winner in the Student Paper Competition, IEEE EMBS Special Topic Conference on Point-of-Care Healthcare Technologies (PoCHT), Jan 2013. [Link]
High School student Tatini Mal-Sarkar wins Student Paper and Presentation Award in IEEE DFTS-2012, Jan 2013.
Prof. Bhunia receives excellence in teaching award from EECS Department, Jan 2013.
Research paper on nanomechanical computing nominated for best student paper award in IEEE NEMS conference, Dec 2012.
In the News: Research on energy-efficient computing is featured in Case School of Engineering Annual Magazine, Oct 2012. [Link]
Graduate student Abhishek Basak selected open finalist of student paper competition (SPC) in IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society Conference (EMBC), July 2012.
In the News: Research on low power processor using advanced power gating, March 2012. [ScienceDaily] [Physorg] [OverclockersClub] [eScienceNews] [ScienceCodex] [newswise] [ScienceNewsOnline] [energyDaily]
High school student Tatini Mal-Sarkar from Hathaway Brown (HB) receives the Intel Computer Science Award in the Science Research & Engineering Program (SREP) 14th Annual Poster Session, March 2012.
Graduate student Somnath Paul receives the EDAA Outstanding Dissertation Award from the European Design Automation Association his dissertation on low-power reconfigurable computing systems, Feb 2012. [News]
Graduate student Abhishek Basak gets nominated for the Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) Fellowship for research on cancer diagnostics, Dec 2011.
In the News: Prof. Bhunia's research on extreme environment computing is featured in Case School of Eng Annual Report, Oct 2011. [Link]
Nanoscape Team is selected finalist in Embedded Systems Challenge (ESC) 2011, NYU-Poly Cyber Security Awareness Week, Oct 2011. [News]
Prof. Bhunia receives new grant (as co-PI) from Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) on nanomechanical logic, July 2011.
Research results on energy-efficient reconfigurable computing to be published in IEEE Journal on Emerging and Selected Topics in Circuits and Systems (JETCAS) Special Issue on Advances in Design of Energy-Efficient Circuits and Systems, Aug 2011.
Graduate student Somnath Paul becomes the second Ph.D. Alum of the Nanoscape laboratory. He joins Intel Research Lab, Portland, OR, USA, July 2011.
Prof. Bhunia is awarded tenure and promoted to the rank of Associate Professor, July 2011.
Prof. Bhunia receives new grant from National Science Foundation (NSF) on computing at extreme, June 2011. [Link]
Paper co-authored by Prof. Bhunia is published in Science, Sep 10, 2010 issue. [Link]
Prof. Bhunia receives "The Mike Mesarovic Award for Extraordinary Impact", in EECS department, Case Western Reserve U., Dec 2010. [Link]
In the News: Collaborative research on electromechanical computing for harsh environment, Oct 2010. [ScienceDaily] [Physorg] [nanowerk] [NewScientist] [ScienceCentric] [PhysicsWorld] [eWeekEurope] [Slashdot]
Welcome to the Homepage of Nanoscape Research Laboratory!
Nanoscape is the nanocomputing research laboratory in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS) at Case Western Reserve University. Research efforts in the lab are led by Prof. Swarup Bhunia. The workforce in the research lab consists of graduate, undergraduate as well as high school students. The research effort in Nanoscape is sponsored by National Science Foundation (NSF), Department of Defense (DoD), Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), Semiconductor Research Corporation (SRC), Intel Corporation, IBM and Case Western Reserve University. In Nanoscape, the principal research thrust is nanocomputing, using both nanoscale CMOS as well as emerging nanodevices. In particular, the lab focuses on developing model, architecture and circuit techniques for reliable, low-power, reconfigurable and secure nanoelectronic system design and their applications. Two specific application areas that the lab explores are bio-implantable electronics (for neural recording and stimulation, bladder pressure monitoring), wearable systems (for cancer diagnostics and heart monitoring) as well as poly-SiC based high-temperature electronics. Research work in Nanoscape has resulted in over 150 publications in premier journals and conferences and led to number of collaborations.