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Hello! Welcome to my website. I am Shail Dave, an optimistic, diligent and strategic person by nature, who likes to explore challenges related to computer/system architectures and digital design. Currently, I am a doctoral student in Computer Engineering at SCIDSEArizona State University (ASU) beginning Spring 2017. I am graduate student researcher at Compiler Micro-architecture Lab (CML), ASU assisting Dr. Aviral Shrivastava. I am researching efficient memory architectures to resolve data memory bottleneck for Coarse-Grained Reconfigurable Arrays (CGRAs). My work also targets to make CPU-CGRA heterogeneous accelerator framework more efficient. Prior joining the doctoral program, I earned my master's at ASU in 2016. I am also a recipient of the A. Richard Newton Young Student Fellowship (2016). I have past internship experiences in the field of RTL Design and Verification for ASIC/FPGA and possess strong coursework in these areas.

I am always fascinated towards development in electronics and computing industry. I received my bachelors in Electronics and Communication Engineering from L. D. College of Engineering, Gujarat, India in 2014. Then I joined ASU as a graduate student focusing on VLSI and Architecture area. Currently, I am part of CML and my research interests include, but not limited to:
  • Hardware Accelerators including Coarse-Grained Re-configurable Arrays (CGRAs)
  • Embedded System
  • Compilers
  • High-Performance Computing (HPC)