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Swaroop Ghosh

Assistant Professor

Affiliation(s):

  • School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Computer Science and Engineering

227E Electrical Engineering East

szg212@psu.edu

814-865-1298

Research Areas:

Interest Areas:

Intersection of circuits, micro-architecture and hardware security using CMOS and post-CMOS Nano-technologies to meet the energy-efficiency and security/privacy of rapidly evolving mobile computing.

 
 

 

Education

Publications

Journal Articles

  • Swaroop Ghosh, Rekha Govinda andaj, , 2017, "Design and Analysis of STTRAM-based Ternary Content Addressable Memory Cell", IEEE/ACM Journal on Emerging Technologies in Computing Systems, pp. 20
  • Swaroop Ghosh, Hamid Motaman, Nitin Rathi and Helia Naeimi, 2017, "Cache Bypassing and Checkpointing to Circumvent Data Security Attacks on STTRAM", IEEE Transactions on Emerging Topics in Computing, pp. 10
  • Swaroop Ghosh, Anirudh Iyengar and Srikant Srinivasan, 2016, "Retention Testing Methodology for STTRAM", IEEE Design & Test, pp. 9
  • Swaroop Ghosh, Anirudh Iyengar, Hamid Motaman, Rekha Govindaraj, Jae-won Jang, Jinil Chung, Jongsun Park, Xin Li, Rajiv Joshi and Dinesh Somasekhar, 2016, "Overview of Circuits, Systems, and Applications of Spintronics", IEEE Journal on Emerging and Selected Topics in Circuits and Systems, pp. 14
  • Swaroop Ghosh, and , , 2016, "Spintronics and Security: Prospects, Vulnerabilities, Attack Models, and Preventions", Proceedings of the IEEE, pp. 30
  • Swaroop Ghosh and Kenneth Ramclam, 2016, "Robust Self-Collapsing Level-Shifter for Wide Voltage Operation", ASP Journal of Low Power Electronics, pp. 14
  • Swaroop Ghosh, Hamid Mota andan, , 2016, "Adaptive write and shift current modulation for process variation tolerance in domain wall caches", IEEE Transactions on Very Large Scale Integration (VLSI) Systems, pp. 10
  • Swaroop Ghosh, Kenneth Ramclam, Jinil Chung and Jongsun Park, 2016, "Exploiting serial access and asymmetric read/write of domain wall memory for area and energy-efficient digital signal processor design", IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems I: Regular Papers, pp. 10

Conference Proceedings

  • Swaroop Ghosh, Asmit andDe, , 2017, "Threshold Voltage Defined Multi-Input Camouflaged Gate", pp. 6
  • Swaroop Ghosh, Hamid Mota andan, , 2017, "Cache Bypassing and Checkpointing to Circumvent Data Security Attacks on STTRAM", pp. 4
  • Swaroop Ghosh, Anirudh Iyen andar, , 2017, "Side Channel Attacks on STTRAM and Low-Overhead Countermeasures", pp. 4
  • Swaroop Ghosh, Jae-won J andng, , 2017, "A Novel Threshold Voltage Defined Multiplexer for Interconnect Camouflaging", pp. 4
  • Swaroop Ghosh, Rekha Govinda andaj, , 2017, "Resistive RAM based Physically Unclonable Functions and True Random Number Generators", pp. 4
  • Swaroop Ghosh, Deepak Reddy Vont andla, , 2017, "Methodologies to Exploit ATPG Tools for De-camouflaging", IEEE and ACM, pp. 6
  • Swaroop Ghosh, Alexander Holst and Jae-won Jang, 2017, "Investigation of Magnetic Field Attacks on Commercial Magneto-Resistive Random Access Memory", IEEE and ACM, pp. 6
  • Swaroop Ghosh and Radha Krishna Aluru, 2017, "DROOP MITIGATING LAST LEVEL CACHE ARCHITECTURE FOR STTRAM", IEEE and ACM, pp. 4
  • Swaroop Ghosh, Mohammad Nasim Imtiaz Khan and Anirudh Iyengar, 2017, "Novel Magnetic Burn-In for Retention Testing of STTRAM", IEEE and ACM, pp. 4
  • Swaroop Ghosh, Jae-won Jang, Asmit andDe, , 2016, "Recent Trends in Intellectual Property (IP) Protection from Reverse Engineering", IEEE and ACM, pp. 6
  • Swaroop Ghosh, Mohammad Nasim Imtiaz Khan, Asmit De and Jae-won Jang, 2016, "Security and privacy threats to on-chip non-volatile memories and countermeasures", IEEE and ACM, pp. 6
  • Swaroop Ghosh, Anirudh Iyen andar, , 2016, "Authentication of Printed Circuit Boards", IEEE and ACM, pp. 6
  • Swaroop Ghosh, Rekha Govindaraj, and , , 2016, "A strong arbiter PUF using resistive RAM within 1T-1R memory architecture", IEEE and ACM, pp. 6
  • Swaroop Ghosh, Anirudh Iyengar, Nitin Rathi and Helia Naeimi, 2016, "Side channel attacks on STTRAM and low-overhead countermeasures", IEEE, pp. 6
  • Swaroop Ghosh, and Jae-won Jang, 2016, "Improving Robustness of STTRAM Under Magnetic and Thermal Attack", pp. 4
  • Swaroop Ghosh, Rekha Govindaraj, and , , 2016, "A strong arbiter PUF using resistive RAM", pp. 4
  • Swaroop Ghosh, Anirudh Iyen andar, , 2016, "Retention Testing Methodology for STTRAM", pp. 4
  • Swaroop Ghosh, and Jae-won Jang, 2016, "Performance Impact of Magnetic and Thermal Attacks on STTRAM and Low-Overhead Mitigation Techniques", pp. 6
  • Swaroop Ghosh, Jinil Chung and Jongsun Park, 2016, "Domain Wall Memory based Convolutional Neural Networks for Bit-width Extendability and Energy-Efficiency", pp. 6
  • Swaroop Ghosh, Rekha Govindaraj, and , , 2016, "A Strong Arbiter PUF using Resistive RAM", IEEE and ACM, pp. 6
  • Swaroop Ghosh, Anirudh Iyengar, Ithihasa Reddy and Deepak Reddy Vontela, 2016, "Threshold Voltage Defined Switches for Camouflaging", IEEE and ACM, pp. 6
  • Swaroop Ghosh and Nitin Rathi, 2016, "Data Privacy in Non-Volatile Cache: Challenges, Attack Models and Solutions", IEEE, pp. 6

Research Projects

Honors and Awards

  • Invited to present ongoing research at CMOS emerging technology research conference, ETC CMOS, September 2016 - May 2017
  • Invited to present research in IEEE Microprocessor Validation and Test, IEEE, October 2016 - December 2016
  • Invited to speak at ACM SIGDA dinner IEEE International Conference in Computer Aided Design, IEEE and ACM, October 2016 - November 2016
  • Selected to compete in finals of CSAW Embedded Security Competition, Cybersecurity Awareness Week Conference, September 2016 - November 2016
  • Outstanding New Faculty Award, ACM SIGDA, June 2016

Service

Service to Penn State:

  • Member, Graduate committee member, August 2016
  • Reviewer, Served as reviewer of College of Engineering Research Symposium, March 2017

Service to External Organizations:

 


 

About

The School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science was created in the spring of 2015 to allow greater access to courses offered by both departments for undergraduate and graduate students in exciting collaborative research in fields.

We offer B.S. degrees in electrical engineering, computer science and computer engineering and graduate degrees (master's degrees and Ph.D.'s) in electrical engineering and computer science and engineering. EECS focuses on the convergence of technologies and disciplines to meet today’s industrial demands.

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