T V Kalyan

Namasthe

Kalyan is an Assistant Professor in the Dept. of Computer Science and Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology Ropar.

Prior to joining IIT Ropar, Kalyan was a Hardware Performance Architect in Systems and Technology Group (STG) laboratory, IBM Systems, Benguluru. His primary work was to explore memory controller optimisations for next generation IBM POWER processors.

Kalyan received PhD under the guidance of Prof. Madhu Mutyam, Dept. of CSE , IIT Madras. During PhD Kalyan was associated with the Programming Languages, Architecture and Compilers Education (PACE) group in the Dept.

If you are wondering what 'Namasthe' means, in India, it is a formal way of greeting people. It means 'I bow to the God in you'. It acknowledges the fact that there is presence of God in every being.

Education:

Primary Research Interests:

Computer Architecture

  • Memory Hierarchy - Cache, DRAM, Emerging Memory Technologies
  • Low-power/Energy-efficient techniques - Alternate computing technologies

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Recent:

  • Jan 2019: Attended VLSID 2019 as a fellow during 5th - 9th Jan 2019 at New Delhi, India.
  • Sept 2018: Joined Dept. of CSE, IIT Ropar.
  • Aug 2018: Received First Invention Plateau Award from IBM.

Students' corner

I am looking for bright students (MS, PhD) with good enthusiasm to work in Computer Architecture. Interested students can contact me via mail (preferably).

Contact

Office: Room No. 108, Dept. of CSE, Ramanujan Block, IIT Ropar, Permanent Campus, Birla Farm, Rupnagar - 140001, Punjab.

Email: kalyantv AT iitrpr DOT ac DOT in

email is my preferred method of contact.