Mayank Shrivastava (in pic), a professor at Indian Institute of Science, has been chosen for the prestigious Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Electron Devices Society Early Career Award for his contributions to micro-nanoelectronics and nanotechnology.
Prof Shrivastava is the first Indian to win this coveted award. The award will be presented during the International Electron Devices Meeting in Washington DC, USA in a couple of weeks. He has 21 United States patents and four Indian patents to his name. An assistant professor in the Department of Electronics Systems Engineering, IISc, Mayank Shrivastava holds the distinction of more than 50 international publications Prof Shrivastava inventions and scientific contributions have the potential to bring down not only the cost of the wireless devices, but also drastically reduce power consumption. His research work is found to be extremely useful by the semiconductor and nanoelectronics industry.
The coveted award is constituted by the Electron Devices Society of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), the world’s largest professional association advancing innovation and technological excellence for the benefit of humanity.