Siddharth Garg

Siddharth Garg

Assistant Professor

Electrical and Computer Engineering

Biography

Siddharth Garg received his Ph.D. degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Carnegie Mellon University in 2009, and a B.Tech. degree in Electrical Enginerring from the Indian Institute of Technology Madras. He joined NYU in Fall 2014 as an Assistant Professor, and prior to that, was an Assistant Professor at the University of Waterloo from 2010-2014. His general research interests are in computer engineering, and more particularly in secure, reliable and energy-efficient computing.

In 2016, Siddharth was listed in Popular Science Magazine's annual list of "Brilliant 10" researchers. Siddharth has received the NSF CAREER Award (2015), and paper awards at the IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy (S&P) 2016, USENIX Security Symposium 2013, at the Semiconductor Research Consortium TECHCON in 2010, and the International Symposium on Quality in Electronic Design (ISQED) in 2009. Siddharth also received the Angel G. Jordan Award from ECE department of Carnegie Mellon University for outstanding thesis contributions and service to the community. He serves on the technical program committee of several top conferences in the area of computer engineering and computer hardware, and has served as a reviewer for several IEEE and ACM journals.

Journal Articles

A nearly complete list of my publications can be found on my personal website or via my Google Scholar page.

Education

Carnegie Mellon University, 2009

Ph.D., Electrical and Computer Engineering

Stanford University, 2005

M.S., Electrical Engineering

Indian Institute of Technology Madras, 2004

B.Tech., Electrical Engineering

Experience

University of Waterloo

Assistant Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering

From: September 2010 to August 2014

Carnegie Mellon University

Post-doctoral Fellow

From: October 2009 to August 2010

Awards + Distinctions

 

  • NSF CAREER Award 2015
  • Best Student Paper Award, USENIX Security Symposium 2013
  • Angel G. Jordan Award for thesis contributions, CMU 2010
  • Best Paper Award, International Symposium on Quality in Electronic Design (ISQED) 2009

 

Research Interests

My primary research interests are in computer engineering, with a specific focus on secure, energy-aware and reliable computer hardware. This includes research spanning from computer architecture, to  electronic design automation (EDA) algorithms and digital VLSI design. I am also interested in circuits, systems and architectures for  emerging nanoelectronic devices.