Kanad Basu

Kanad Basu

Assistant Research Professor

Electrical and Computer Engineering

Biography

Kanad Basu received his PhD from the department of Computer and Information Science and Engineering, University of Florida. His thesis was focused on improving signal observability for post-silicon validation. Post-Phd, Kanad worked in various semiconductor companies like IBM and Synopsys. At IBM, he was responsible for the design on IBM Power and Z Processors. At Synopsys, Kanad helped in development of DFTMAX Ultra, the state of the art low pin hardware test solution. During his PhD days, Kanad did internships at Intel. Currently, Kanad is an Assistant Research Professor at the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department of NYU. He has authored 2 US patents, 1 book chapter and several peer reviewed journal and conference articles. Kanad was awarded the "Best Paper Award" at the International Conference on VLSI Design 2011.

Education

University of Florida, 2012

Doctoral, Computer Engineering

University of Florida, 2012

Master of Science, Computer Engineering

Jadavpur University, India, 2007

Bachelor of Engineering, Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering

Experience

New York University

Assistant Research Professor

From: August 2017 to present

Synopsys Inc

Senior R&D Engineer

From: August 2013 to August 2017

IBM

Staff R&D Engineer

From: July 2012 to September 2013