Dr. Sunil P Khatri received his PhD from UC Berkeley, his MS from UT Austin, and his BS degree from IIT Kanpur (India). He currently serves as a Professor in ECE at Texas A&M University. He has co-authored the first papers in many areas, resulting in impactful contributions that changed industrial practice in the areas of regular fabric-based VLSI design approaches, cross-talk canceling CODECs to eliminate on-chip and off-chip crosstalk in VLSI bus interconnect, GPU-based acceleration of VLSI CAD algorithms, high-speed off-chip output drivers with self-adjusting impedance, and most recently, the use of floating gate (flash) transistors to realize digital logic.
Dr. Khatri has over 260 peer-reviewed publications. Among these papers, 5 received the best paper award, while 6 others received best paper nominations. He has co-authored 9 research monographs and one edited research monograph, 3 book chapters and 6 US Patents. He has co-authored 13 invited conference papers or workshop papers. Also, he was invited to serve as a panelist at a conference 7 times, and has presented 2 conference tutorials. He received the “Outstanding Professor Award” in the ECE department at Texas A&M University in 2007. In Fall 2009, he was awarded the “Association of Former Students’ Distinguished Achievement Award in Teaching”, and in Fall 2019, he received the “Association of Former Students College-level Teaching Award”.