Dr. Ajey Jacob
Director / Computational Systems and Technology Division at the University of Southern California's Information Sciences Institute (USC's ISI)
Dr. Ajey Jacob
Ajey Jacob is a Director in the Computational Systems and Technology Division at the University of Southern California's Information Sciences Institute (USC's ISI). He leads the Application Specific Intelligent Computing Research (ASIC) Lab and facilitates large-scale, multi-disciplinary strategic microelectronics research across USC's ISI. Ajey was the Principal Investigator of the DARPA AIE IP2 RPIXELS project. His team, comprised of faculties, scientists, graduate students, and interns from USC, delivered promising results demonstrating the in-pixel compute platform. Ajey brings 16 years of industry experience from Intel Corporation (~8 years) and GlobalFoundries (~8 years) to USC's ISI. At Intel, Ajey was a Senior Research Scientist pioneering "beyond CMOS" research. At GF, Ajey started and led an exploratory technology research group doing alternate channel non-planar devices for advanced 14, 10, 7 nm CMOS technology nodes and a Differentiating Technology Research group doing More than Moore differentiating elements research on silicon photonics, non-volatile memory devices (MRAM), etc. Ajey received his Ph.D. in Physics from the University of Gothenburg/Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden, in 2002. Ajey has authored or co-authored three book chapters, over 100 refereed journals and conference papers, and given several invited talks. In addition, Ajey is an inventor or co-inventor of more than 300 worldwide patents. Several disclosures are pending USPTO approval. Ajey is a member or chair of several technical committees, including the Integrated Photonics Systems Roadmap (IPSR) and IEEE's 2023 Electronic Components and Technology Conference (ECTC) photonics session.
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