Dr. Saraju Mohanty is an Associate Professor at the Department
of Computer Science and Engineering, University
of North Texas, where he was an Assistant Professor from
September 2004 to May 2010. He is the director of NanoSystem Design
Laboratory (NSDL) there. He
obtained Ph.D. in Computer
Science and Engineering from the University
of South Florida in 2003, Masters degree in Systems Science and
Automation from the Indian
Institute of Science, Bangalore, India in 1999, and Bachelors
degree (Honors) in Electrical Engineering from Orissa
University of Agriculture and Technology,
Bhubaneswar, India in
1995. His research is in "Low-Power
Prof. Mohanty's research is funded by National Science Foundation
(NSF) and Semiconductor Research Corporation (SRC). Prof. Mohanty is an
author of 160+ peer-reviewed journal and conference
publications and 2 books. The publications are well-received by the
peers with a total of 1700+ citations leading to an H-index of 23
and i10-index of 49 (from Google Scholar). Dr. Mohanty is an inventor
of 2 US patents. Prof. Mohanty has
advised/co-advised 25 dissertations and theses. Six of these advisees have received outstanding students awards at UNT. The students are very-well placed in industry and academia. He has received Honors Day recognition as an inspirational faculty at the UNT for multiple years. He serves on the editorial board of several international journals.
He has served as a guest editor for many prestigious journals including ACM Journal on Emerging Technologies in Computing Systems (JETC) for an issue titled “New Circuit and Architecture Level Solutions for Multidiscipline Systems", August 2012, and IET Circuits, Devices & Systems (CDS) for an issue titled "Design Methodologies for Nanoelectronic Digital and Analog Circuits'', September 2013. He serves on the
organizing and program committee of several international conferences.
He was a general chair for IEEE-CS Symposium on VLSI (ISVLSI) 2012. Prof. Mohanty is a senior member of IEEE and ACM.
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