Tulika Mitra

Tulika is an Associate Professor in the School of Computing at National University of Singapore. She received her Ph.D. from the State University of New York at Stony Brook (2000), M.E. from Indian Institute of Science (1997), and B.E. from Jadavpur University (1995), all in Computer Science. Her research interest focuses on compilers and architectures for real-time embedded systems. Her work has received best paper award at International Conference of Field Programmable Technology 2012, best paper nominations at Design Automation Conference (2009, 2012), International Conference of VLSI Design (2013), International Conference on Hardware/Software Codesign and System Synthesis (2008), International Conference on Field Programmable Logic and Applications (2007), and Euromicro Conference on Real-Time Systems (2007). Tulika has served as program committee member and associate editor of several leading conferences and journals in the embedded systems domain.

Phd Students

Mihai Pricopi

Mihai is a Ph.D. candidate working on Dynamic Heterogeneous Computer Architectures, Asymmetric Architectures, Embedded Systems and Energy Efficiency in the Dark Silicon Era. His major work is focussed on the Bahurupi heterogeneous processor architecture which allows multi-cores to adapt dynamically creating more complex cores. He is also working on scheduling techniques for asymmetric and dynamic heterogeneous architectures that are able to exploit the energy efficiency of such systems. Mihai came to NUS in 2009 after receiving his Master of Computer Engineering in Advanced Computing Architectures. He obtained his Bachelor Degree in Computer Engineering at Faculty of Automatic Control and Computing Engineering of Iasi, Romania.

Chen Liang

Liang Chen is a Ph.D. candidate in Embedded Systems at NUS. His recent research focuses on design automation technologies for reconfigurable Multi-processor System on Chip (MPSoC). His interests include seamless integration architecture designs for accelerators and normal processors, efficient compilation techniques for coarse grained reconfigurable arrays (CGRAs), and resource sharing in MPSoC.

Thannirmalai Somu Muthukaruppan

Malai is a PhD candidate in Computer Science at School of Computing. His research interests lie in the broad areas of computer architecture and embedded systems, with specific focus on energy, thermal and reliability management.

Ding Huping

Ding Huping is a PhD candidate in School of Computing, National University of Singapore. He got a B.E. in Computer Science and Technology, Harbin Institute of Technology, 2008. His research interests are mainly on computer architecture, and cache analysis in real-time system.

Ijaz Ahmad

Ijaz is a PhD candidate at School of Computing, NUS. He obtained his Bachelors in Computer and Information Sciences from Pakistan Institute of Engineering and Applied Sciences , Islamabad. His research is in Bahurupi heterogeneous processor architecture.

Zhong Guanwen

Guanwen joined the group in August 2012 as a first-year PhD candidate in Computer Science. He obtained his B.S in Microelectronics from Sun Yat-sen University. His research interests involve high performance computer architecture, partial reconfiguration and embedded system.

Jiao Qing

Jiao Qing is a PhD candidate working in the Embedded System Group since December 2012. She completed her undergraduate studies at Shandong University,China before coming to NUS.

Research Assistants

Vanchinathan Venkataramani

Vanchi is a Research Assistant at School of Computing, NUS. He received his Bachelors of Computing (Hons) in Computer Engineering from NUS. His research focuses on energy and thermal management in hetrogeneous MPSoCs.

Alok Prakash

Alok is currently awaiting his PhD degree from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore where he joined in 2008. He completed his undergraduate degree in Electronics Engineering from ISM University. Prior to starting his PhD, he worked as an Associate Application Engineer on various software development projects related to AT&T services at IBM, Bangalore. His current research interests lie in the area of developing application-specific architectures, hardware-software partitioning for heterogeneous platforms and reconfigurable designs.

Past Students

Liang Yun, PhD 2010 [Dean’s Graduate Research Excellence Award 2010, Research Achievement Award 2009] Employment: Assistant Professor, Peking University
Ramkumar Jayaseelan, PhD 2010 [President's Graduate Fellowship 2007] Employment: AMD
Huynh Phung Huynh, PhD 2009. Employment: IHPC Singapore
Vivy Suhendra, PhD 2009 [Microsoft Research Asia Fellowship Award 2006] Employment: I2R Singapore
Pan Yu, PhD 2008 [Dean's Graduate Award 2004, SUN Fellowship 2005] Employment: I2R Singapore
Xianfeng Li, PhD 2005 [Dean's Graduate Award 2003, Industry Fellowship 2002]. Employment: Peking University
Kaushik Mysur, MComp 2012. Employment: Hitachi Network Storage Lab Singapore
Hemendra S. Negi, MSc 2004. Employment: Mentor Graphics India
Shen Qinghua, MSc 2004. Employment: Creative Technology Singapore
Liao Jirong, MSc 2003. Employment: Citibank China
Raman Balaji, MSc 2003. Graduate student NUS