ISSCC Previews: Circuit and System Insights, covering several fields, including wireless and wireline comm., analog, digital, and memory.
Shekhar Borkar is an Intel Fellow, an IEEE Fellow, and Director of Extreme-scale technologies at Intel Corporation. He holds M.Sc. in Physics from University of Bombay in 1979, and MSEE from University of Notre Dame in 1981. Shekhar has been with Intel since 1981, worked on the 8051 family of microcontrollers, supercomputers, and was the founding member of the Circuit Research Lab. He served on the technical program committee of the VLSI Circuit symposium since 1995, TPC Chairman in 2002, and Conference Chairman in 2004. Shekhar has authored over 100 peer reviewed publications in conferences and journals, over 50 invited papers and keynotes, four book chapters, and has more than 50 patents issued. Shekhar’s research interests are low power, high performance digital circuits and systems. Shekhar Borkar is an Intel Fellow, an IEEE Fellow, and Director of Extreme-scale technologies at Intel Corporation.
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