Pavan with his new CMOS delay estimation technique
Pavan defending his Master Thesis
Sri Pavan Vemuri, a graduate student, defended his MS thesis titled, “Delay Estimation in CMOS Circuits,” in October, 2007. Pavan earned his B.Tech degree in Electronics and Communication Engineering from Hyderabad, India, and joined SUNY New Paltz in the fall of 2005. He selected SUNY New Paltz because of its interesting course curriculum and its good recommendations from previous students. During his graduate studies he found the subject Low Power VLSI and the research in that area intriguing, which inspired him to take the thesis option. He started working on his thesis in the fall of 2006 with Professor Damu Radhakrishnan.
Several SUNY New Paltz professors and students attended Pavan’s Master Thesis defense
Pavan feels that the hard work he put into completing his research work has given him relevant knowledge and also exposed him to the current technology trends in the field of VLSI. Information from textbooks, various journals, conference articles, and experiments involving circuit layouts and simulations complemented by invaluable guidance and assistance by Professor Radhakrishnan helped him achieve his objective. He is thankful to the department faculty for their support and sharing their knowledge.
New Paltz according to Pavan, is a lovely town. His favorite places include Huguenot street, and Minewaska state park. New Paltz will be one of the most memorable places, as it is here he feels he has accomplished the best and most productive part of his career so far. He wants to start as an applications engineer or a design engineer in one of the reputed Digital IC industries, where the knowledge he gained from his research and course work will be put to best use. His favorite hobbies include 3D-modeling, online gaming, and trekking.