PI: About Me

PI: About Me

PI: Baibhab Chatterjee

I am an Assistant Professor at the ECE department in the University of Florida (joined in Fall 2022). My interests are in low-power, efficient, and secure circuits and systems design for smart applications.

Baibhab’s CV: PDF

— WISE Lab has multiple openings for PhD research scholars. Please contact me by email at chatterjee.b@ufl.edu with your CV. All I need from you is that you are motivated, enthusiastic, determined and passionate about what you want to do. Everything else can be learnt and/or figured out 😀



  • Ph.D., Electrical and Computer Engineering, Purdue University, 2022
  • M. Tech., Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Bombay, India, 2015
  • B. Tech., National Institute of Technology (NIT) Durgapur, India, 2011



Baibhab received the Ph.D. degree in 2022 from the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department, Purdue University, where he worked with Dr. Shreyas Sen on energy-efficient sensing and communication techniques. His industry experience includes two years as a digital design engineer/senior digital design engineer at Intel and one year as a R&D Engineer at Tejas Networks, India. He is the recipient of the University Gold Medal during B.Tech., the Institute Silver Medal during M.Tech., the Frederick N. Andrews Fellowship at Purdue University during 2017-19, the Bilsland Dissertation Fellowship at Purdue University during 2021-22, the best 3-Minute-Thesis (3MT) presentation award (audience choice) in IMS/RFIC 2020, and multiple Best Paper Awards including CICC 2019, CICC 2021, HOST 2018 and HOST 2019. He was one of the Excellent SRP Presenters in ISSCC 2019. His research interests include low-power analog, RF and mixed-signal circuit design for secure and intelligent IoT applications.

Baibhab is a member of the IEEE, and has served as a primary reviewer for IEEE/ACM journals including JSSC, TCAS-I, TBIOCAS, TVLSI, IOT-J, TDSC, SSCL, TCAS-II, MWCL, IEEE ACCESS, TMC and JETC, and IEEE conferences including ISCAS, VLSID and EMBC. He Was a Student Advisor for the SRP session in IEEE ISSCC 2020, and a TPC Member in VLSID 2021. He is currently serving as an associate editor in the RFID section and a guest editor in the Antennas Array section for the Frontiers in Antennas and Propagation.