Siddarth Rai Mahendra, a doctoral student in electrical and computer engineering at Oregon State University, was honored with a Top 10 Presenter Award at the Semiconductor Research Corporation’s TECHCON 2021 conference. The conference showcases cutting-edge research being conducted in areas that will shape semiconductor technology over the next decade.
Mahendra’s presentation, “A Compact and Broadband On-Chip Delay Line Design Based on the Bridged T-Coil,” was selected from over 150 student presentations.
Mahendra, who is an SRC Research Scholar, is advised by Professor Andreas Weisshaar. His research is sponsored by SRC through the Center for Design of Analog-Digital Integrated Circuits.
Mahendra earned a bachelor’s degree in electronics and communication engineering from DA-IICT in India, and a master’ degree in integrated circuit design from National Taipei University in Taiwan. Before coming to Oregon State, he worked as an IC design engineer in Taiwan and in IIT Bombay, India.
SRC is the world’s leading non-profit industry-government-academia microelectronics research consortium funding academic research tasks selected and directed by industry and government members.