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Pierre-Emmanuel Gaillardon (S'10-M'11-SM'16) is an assistant professor in the Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) department and an adjunct assistant professor in the School of Computing at The University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT, where he leads the Laboratory for NanoIntegrated Systems (LNIS). He holds an Electrical Engineer degree from CPE-Lyon, France (2008), a M.Sc. degree in Electrical Engineering from INSA Lyon, France (2008) and a Ph.D. degree in Electrical Engineering from CEA-LETI, Grenoble, France and the University of Lyon, France (2011).

Prior to joining the University of Utah, he was a research associate at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (EPFL), Lausanne, Switzerland within the Laboratory of Integrated Systems (Prof. De Micheli) and a visiting research associate at Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA, USA. Previously, he was research assistant at CEA-LETI, Grenoble, France. Prof. Gaillardon is recipient of the C-Innov 2011 best thesis award, the Nanoarch 2012 best paper award, the BSF 2017 Prof. Pazy Memorial Research Award, the 2017 NSF CAREER award and the 2018 IEEE CEDA Pederson Award.

He has been serving as TPC member for many conferences, including DATE'15-19, DAC'16-18, Nanoarch'12-17, and is reviewer for several journals and funding agencies. He served as Topic co-chair "Emerging Technologies for Future Memories" for DATE'17-19. He is a senior member of the IEEE.

The research activities and interests of Prof. Gaillardon are currently focused on the development of novel computing systems exploiting emerging device technologies and novel EDA techniques.

Open Positions

Dr. Gaillardon constantly encourages prospective PhD and MSc/Bsc students to apply to his research group at the University of Utah. The LNIS laboratory is also currently looking for Post-Doc researchers in the fields of EDA, nanofabrication, embedded systems and chip design.

Dr. Gaillardon research is located on the boundary between emerging device technologies, digital design and design automation. Projects are carried out in an interdisciplinary team with a wide range of competences and in close collaboration with other labs and partners.

Interested applicants shoud send CV and research statement by e-mail to Dr. Gaillardon at the following address:

pierre-emmanuel.gaillardon@utah.edu

Latest News

NEWS 11/09/2018: Paper "A Resistive Random Access Memory Addon for the NCSU FreePDK 45nm" has been accepted by the IEEE Transactions on Nanotechnology journal. Congratulations to Edouard!

NEWS 11/08/2018: Paper "Scalable Boolean Methods In A Modern Synthesis Flow" has been accepted by the Design, Automation and Test in Europe conference. Congratulations to Eleonora!

NEWS 11/06/2018: Abstract "Engaging Middle and High School Student in Hypothesis Generation using a Citizen Scientist Network of Air Quality Sensors (Work in Progress)" has been accepted by the 2019 ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition.

NEWS 11/02/2018: Abstract "Ultra-low-power RRAM-based FPGA: A Road towards Reconfigurable Edge Computing" has been accepted by the GOMACTech-19 conference as a Poster. Congratulations to Xifan!

NEWS 09/26/2018: Paper "A Robust Digital RRAM-based Convolutional Block for Low-Power Image Processing and Learning Applications" has been accepted by the IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems I: Regular Papers. Congratulations to Edouard!

NEWS 08/13/2018: Four new PhD students joined the LNIS lab. Welcome to Patsy, Walter, Baudouin and Aurelien!

NEWS 08/03/2018: Paper "An Efficient Adder Architecture with Three-Independent-Gate Field-Effect Transistors" has been accepted by the 2018 IEEE International Conference on Rebooting Computing. Congratulations to Jorge!

NEWS 07/24/2018: Professor Gaillardon has been awarded a DARPA grant to lead two projects for the new Electronics Resurgence Initiative (ERI). Link here. Official winner list.

NEWS 07/13/2018: Paper "Differential Power Analysis Mitigation Technique Using Three-Independent-Gate Field Effect Transistors" has been accepted by the VLSI-Soc'18 conference. Congratulations to Edouard!

NEWS 07/04/2018: A new PhD student joined the Laboratory for NanoIntegrated Systems (LNIS). Welcome to Max!

Contact Information

University of Utah

E-Mail: pierre-emmanuel.gaillardon@utah.edu

Phone: +1 (801) 585-3422

Address: MEB 2126, Electrical and Computer Engineering Department, MEB building, 50 S. Central Campus Dr., Salt Lake City, UT, 84112, USA

Personal

E-Mail: pierreemmanuelgaillardon@gmail.com

Phone (USA): +1 (385) 216-7844

Phone (FR): +33 6 83 55 79 40

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