Dr. Ashok Srivastava, Ph.D.
Wilbur D. and Camille V. Fugler, Jr., Professor of Engineering
Professor of Electrical & Computer Engineering
School of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science
3316-S Patrick F. Taylor Hall, College of Engineering
Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA 70803, U.S.A.
Phone: (225) 578-5622; Fax: (225) 578-5200;
E-mail: eesriv@lsu.edu
URL: https://www.ece.lsu.edu/fac/Srivastava.html

Dr. Ashok Srivastava obtained M.Sc. (Physics- Advanced Electronics) degree from the University of Lucknow in 1968, M. Tech. and Ph.D. degrees in Solid State Physics and Semiconductor Electronics area from Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi in 1970 and 1975, respectively. He joined the Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering of Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge in 1990 and is Wilbur D. and Camille V. Fugler, Jr., Professor of Engineering in the School of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science.

During his professional career Dr. Srivastava held appointments both in academia and R& D labs in United States and abroad. In year 2011, he held visiting appointments at the Institute of Electrical Engineering NanoLab, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (EPFL), Lausanne, Switzerland; Katholiek Universiteit/Inter-university Microelectronics Center (IMEC), Leuven, Belgium; Indian Institute of Information Technology (IIIT), Allahabad; and in year 2001 at the Philips Research Laboratory, Eindhoven, The Netherlands. His other past appointments include Central Electronics Engineering Research Institute, Pilani, India (1975-84); Birla Institute of Technology and Science, Pilani, India (1975); North Carolina State University, Raleigh (1985-86); State University of New York, New Paltz (1986-90); University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati (1979); University of Arizona, Tucson (1979-80); Kirtland Air Force Base, New Mexico (Summer 1996); and Jet Propulsion Laboratory/California Institute of Technology, Pasadena (Summer 2004).

Dr. Srivastava is the recipient of the prestigious 1979-1980 UNESCO Fellowship Award and Dean College of Engineering 1994 Teaching Award, Louisiana State University. He holds 2 US patents and several technology disclosures. He is the author of the book titled, Carbon-Based Electronics: Transistors and Interconnects at the Nanoscale, Pan Stanford Publishing, 2015 and co-editor of two books titled, Nano-CMOS Electronics: Devices and Modeling, and Circuits and Design published by IET Press, UK. He has authored/co-authored more than 200 technical papers, including conference proceedings and book chapters. He has delivered numerous invited talks and as an eminent scientist, plenary and key note speaker in international conferences. He has graduated 45 students in Electrical Engineering including 11 PhDs who are employed by academic institutions, VLSI chip design and semiconductor companies. Currently he is supervising a group of 6 PhD students in areas of VLSI Design and Nanoelectronics. At LSU Dr. Srivastava has obtained research grants  ~ $5 Million from state, federal, industry and foundations as a PI and co-PI. 

Dr. Srivastava serves as an Associate Editor on the Editorial Board of IEEE Transactions on Nanotechnology, as a Member of the Editorial Board of the Journal of Low Power Electronics and Applications and is Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Sensor Technology published by the Scientific Research, U.S.A. He served in technical program committees of numerous international conferences sponsored by IEEE, SPIE and others in various capacities. He served in National Review Panels, as a reviewer of grant proposals from the Research Grant Council (RGC) of Hong Kong, China; Science Center Programs of the U.S. Department of State; American Chemical Society Petroleum Research Funds. He reviewed papers from numerous journals and conferences, and books from various international publishers. Dr. Srivastava also served as an external examiner of PhD dissertation from overseas institutions. Dr. Srivastava served in numerous committees of the LSU, College of Engineering and ECE Division in various capacities.

Dr. Srivastava is a Life Senior Member of IEEE, Electron Devices, Circuits and Systems, Solid-State Circuits Societies, and Computer Society, Member of IEEE Nanotechnology Council, Member of TCVLSI, Sr. Member of SPIE (elevated to Sr. Member, 2015 for Achievements in Smart Sensors and CMOS-MEMS Microsystems), Member of ACM, ECS and ASEE.

His research interests are in Low Power VLSI Circuit Design and Testability (Digital, Analog and Mixed-Signal); Neuromorphic Chip Design; Nanoelectronics (Non-classical Device Electronics with focus on Carbon Nanotube, Graphene and other 2D materials for post-CMOS VLSI and Emerging Integrated Electronics); Noise in Devices and VLSI Circuits; RF Integrated Circuits; Semiconductor Devices Modeling; Radiation-hard Integrated Circuits; and Low-Temperature Electronics. Dr. Srivastava is also exploring 3D Printing Technology (Additive Manufacturing) with 2D materials such as graphene for bio-medical and space electronics and heterogeneous 3D integration.

Dr. Srivastava is a devoted teacher and developed several undergraduate courses with associated labs and graduate courses listed as follows:

Undergraduate Courses:

EE4242: VLSI Design
EE4240: Linear Integrated Circuit
EE4250: Digital Integrated Circuit
EE2810: Tools in Electrical Engineering (co-developed)
EE3001: Electronics II
Capstone Projects
Electronic Circuits, Electronics I & II
Digital Logic and Microprocessor Design

Graduate Courses:

EE7242: VLSI Systems
EE7248: Mixed-Signal Integrated Circuit Design
EE7246: Integrated Sensors and Actuators
EE7000: Wireless Communications: System Design and (VLSI) Circuit Implementation
Microelectronics, Energy Processing Techniques
EE7230: Physics of Device Electronics
EE7241: Nanoelectronics: Nanoscale Devices, Circuits and Integration
EE7200: RF CMOS and Microwave Integrated Circuits (under development)

Announcement: There is an opening for a prestigious PhD assistantship with full tuition waiver beginning fall 2019 in an area of heterogeneous integration of 2D materials with 3D compound semiconductors for opto-electronics/nanophotonics applications. Students with BS preferably MS in Electronics/Electrical Engineering or equivalent discipline are encouraged to apply for consideration. Very high GPA, GRE score, TOFEL and course work in both experimental, analytical and numerical techniques will be preferred. Research involves device fabrication coupled with analytical and numerical techniques for research.  Contact Dr. Srivastava (eesriv@lsu.edu) and for application apply on-line. Information is available on ECE web page.

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