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Adjunct Professor, Electrical Engineering
BioAli Keshavarzi, Ph.D. is an Adjunct Professor in Electrical Engineering at Stanford University. Ali is involved in scholarly research and is an advisor to Stanford SystemX IoE Research. Ali works with DARPA as an advisor and subject matter expert on the Electronic Resurgence Initiative (ERI) and is a member of DARPA MTO Investor Working Board (IWB). Ali is a principal and the founder of Leading Edge Research LLC, Los Altos, CA.
Ali is a technology visionary and a leader who has been at the forefront of technology innovation with a track record of delivering critical process technologies, devices, circuits, SoCs, and modules to the semiconductor industry. Ali was the Vice President of R&D and a Fellow at Cypress Semiconductor and held various positions at Intel, TSMC, and GLOBALFOUNDRIES in a variety of technical and leadership roles over 25 years. Ali was a visiting research professor at UC Berkeley from 2017 to 2018.
He has over 60 U.S. patents, over 70 peer reviewed papers, has received best-paper awards and the best-panel award at ISSCC, most paper citation awards from DAC and IEDM. He has served in TPC of IEDM and ISSCC and has been the general chair of ISLPED. He received the prestigious Intel Achievement Award (IAA). Ali was awarded a distinguished Outstanding Electrical and Computer Engineer (OECE) of Purdue University.
Asir Intisar Khan
Ph.D. Student in Electrical Engineering, admitted Autumn 2018
Masters Student in Electrical Engineering, admitted Spring 2021
Grader for EE223, Electrical Engineering - Student Services
Current Research and Scholarly InterestsMy research focuses on the thermal engineering, fabrication, and characterization of novel phase change superlattices and 2D heterostructures for high density, low-power memory both on the flexible and non-flexible platform. My research further expands into pushing these emerging memory technologies towards a novel and large design space for low-power brain-inspired computing. I am also interested in the prospect of these novel superlattices in thermoelectrics and energy harvesting.
Director of Student and Academic Affairs, Electrical Engineering - Student Services
Current Role at StanfordDirector of Student and Academic Service in the Electrical Engineering Department.
Student Employee, Computer Science
Research Researcher, Electrical Engineering
Undergraduate, Electrical Engineering
BioParthiv Krishna is a sophomore with a passion for robotics and aspirations to pursue a career in product innovation and entrepreneurship. He has experience with various terrestrial and aerial robotics projects and has a particular interest in controls, sensing, and parallelization. Parthiv is an Electrical Engineering major on the Hardware and Software track and is also pursuing a minor in Music. Outside of the classroom, Parthiv is involved in the Stanford Harmonics a cappella group, the Stanford Student Robotics club, and the Stanford alpine ski racing team.