Key Research Areas

VLSI Circuits and Systems, Nanoelectronics and Emerging Technologies, FPGA based system design and DSP applications, Cryptography and Hardware security, Physical Unclonable Functions.


Srinivasu Bodapati received his B.Tech in Electronics and Communication Engineering from Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University (JNTU) Kakinada and M.Tech in Microelectronics and VLSI Design from NIT Calicut, India. He received his PhD from IIT Madras, India in 2017. He was associated with Nanyang Technological University Singapore as a research fellow till 2019. Since July, 2019, Srinivasu works as an assistant professor in the School of Computing and Electrical Engineering at IIT Mandi. Srinivasu works in the area of VLSI circuits and systems, FPGA design of cryptographic primitives and digital signal processing applications and Nanoelectronics and emerging technologies.

Recent Publications

1. B. Srinivasu and K. Sridharan ""Low-Complexity Multi ternary Digit Multiplier Design in CNTFET Technology"", IEEE Trans. on Cir. and Sys. II: Express Briefs, VOL. 63,NO.8,pp.753-757, AUGUST 2016.
2. B. Srinivasu and K. Sridharan ""A Synthesis Methodology for Ternary Logic Circuits in Emerging Device Technologies"", IEEE Trans. on Cir. & Sys. I:Reg. Papers, VOL. 64, NO. 8, pp.2146-2159, AUGUST 2017.
3. B. Srinivasu and K. Sridharan "" A Transistor-Level Probabilistic Approach for Reliability Analysis of Arithmetic Circuits with Applications to Emerging Technologies", IEEE Trans. on Reliability, VOL. 66, NO. 2 pp. 440 -457, June 2017.
4. B. Srinivasu and K. Sridharan ""Carbon Nanotube FET-based Low-Delay and Low-Power Multi digit Adder Designs"", IET Circuits, Devices & Systems, VOL. 11, NO. 4, pp. 352 -364, 2017.
5. B. Srinivasu, P. Vikramkumar, Anupam Chattopadhyay and Kwok-Yan Lam "CoLPUF : A Novel Configurable LFSR-based PUF", Proceedings of the 14th Asia Pacific Conference on Circuits and Systems (APCCAS), pp. 358-361, 2018.

Course Taught

1. Computer Organization - CS201
2. Computer Organization Lab - CS 201P
3. Mixed Signal VLSI Design - EE 619
4. Reconfigurable Computing
5. Digital Electronics
6. Digital IC design
7. VLSI Architecture