Reehal receives Best Paper Award at IEEE SOCC
ECE Graduate Student Gursharan Reehal received the best paper award at the IEEE Systems-on-Chip Conference for her paper, Power Analysis for Asynchronous CLICHÉ Network-on-Chip. The conference was held September 27-29, 2010.
Reehal is advised by Prof. Mohammed Ismail.
Reehal is affiliated with the Analog VLSI Lab in the ECE Department, is a board member for the EE/ECE Alumni Society at Ohio State and is an elected Council of Graduate Students' delegate. Her research interests include efficient NoC architectures and circuits, power aware computer architectures, low power digital circuit design techniques and methods for tolerating parameter variations, and many core processors.