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Hi, I am Arnab Raha, Ph.D. Candidate in the School of Electrical & Computer Engineering at Purdue University. I joined Purdue in Fall 2012, as a Ross Fellow and Graduate Research Assistant in the Embedded Systems Laboratory working with Prof. Vijay Raghunathan. Here, my dissertation work is on input-adaptive and quality configurable approximate computing. In the final year of my doctoral study, I have been awarded with the prestigious Bilsland Dissertation Fellowship (2016-17) from the Purdue Graduate School (thus being a Fellow throughout my graduate study at Purdue).
Previously, I completed my undergraduate in Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering from Jadavpur University, Kolkata, India where I worked on secure routing protocols and trust management in Wireless Sensor Networks with Prof. Mrinal Kanti Naskar in the Advanced Digital and Embedded Systems Laboratory. I received the prestigious Dr. B.C. Roy Memorial Gold Medal in 2012 for standing 1st in the entire Faculty of Engineering and Technology of Jadavpur University .