Oct 20, 2023
Serving as the Steve W. Chaddick School Chair in the Georgia Tech School of Computer and Electrical Engineering since 2021, Raychowdhury completed his Ph.D. in ECE at Purdue in 2007 and joined Georgia Tech ECE as an associate professor in 2013.
His noteworthy contributions to the semiconductor industry include designing the world's first adaptive echo-cancellation network for integrated DSLs at Texas Instruments. Additionally, he played a pivotal role in developing foundational technologies in memory and logic design at Intel, widely adopted across the industry.
During the 31st annual OECE awards ceremony earlier this month, the Elmore Family School of Electrical and Computer Engineering honored six accomplished alumni, including Raychowdhury. Purdue ECE established the OECE award in 1992 to acknowledge the professional achievements of top graduates, expressing appreciation for the recognition these accomplishments bring to both Purdue and the School.
Top photo caption: Arijit Raychowdhury (right) receiving the Purdue ECE OECE award from Milind Kulkarni, interim head of the Elmore Family School of Electrical and Computer Engineering. (Purdue University photo)