Sushil Subramanian

Sushil Subramanian 

Sushil Subramanian (IN)
PhD, 2017
Department of Electrical Engineering
University of Southern California

Research Scientist
Intel Labs

sushilsu@usc.edu

I received my PhD from the Department of Electrical Engineering at University of Southern California, under the advise of Prof. Hossein Hashemi. Currently, I work as a research scientist at Intel Labs, the research division of Intel Corporation.

I analyze and design communication systems. Of particular interest to me are topics in quantization and synchronization. Application areas that I have worked on are fast hopping frequency synthesizers and interference tolerant receivers. Currently, I primarily work on cryogenic control for quantum computing.

From 2005 to 2009, I did undergraduate studies in the Department of Electronics and Electrical Communication Engineering at Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, India. I am from Bengaluru, India.

Publications

Journal Papers

  • CMOS-Based Cryogenic Control of Silicon Quantum Circuits [pdf]
    X Xue, B Patra, JPG van Dijk, N Samkharadze, S Subramanian, A Corna, C Jeon, F Sheikh, E Juarez-Hernandez, BP Esparza, H Rampurawala, B Carlton, S Ravikumar, C Nieva, S Kim, H-J Lee, A Sammak, G Scappucci, M Veldhorst, F Sebastiano, M Babaie, S Pellerano, E Charbon, LMK Vandersypen
    Nature, accepted

  • A Scalable Cryo-CMOS Controller for the Wideband Frequency-Multiplexed Control of Spin-Qubits and Transmons [pdf]
    JPG van Dijk, B Patra, S Subramanian, X Xue, N Samkharadze, A Corna, C Jeon, F Sheikh, E Juarez-Hernandez, BP Esparza, H Rampurawala, B Carlton, S Ravikumar, C Nieva, S Kim, H-J Lee, A Sammak, G Scappucci, M Veldhorst, LMK Vandersypen, E Charbon, S Pellerano, M Babaie, F Sebastiano
    IEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits, September 2020

  • Reconfigurable Quantization of Oversampled Signals under Discrete-Time Filtering [pdf]
    S Subramanian, H Hashemi
    IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems I: Regular Papers, November 2014

Conference Proceedings

  • A Fully-Integrated Cryo-CMOS SoC for Qubit Control in Quantum Computers Capable of State Manipulation, Readout and High-Speed Pulsing of Spin Qubits in 22nm FinFET Technology
    J-S Park, S Subramanian, L Lampert, T Mladenov, I Klotchkov, DJ Kurian, E Juarez-Hernandez, B Perez-Esparza, SR Kale, A Beevi KT, S Premaratne, T Watson, S Suzuki, M Rahman, JB Timbadiya, S Soni, S Pellerano
    IEEE International Solid-State Circuits Conference, February 2021

  • A Scalable Cryo-CMOS 2-to-20GHz Digitally-Intensive Controller for 4times32 Frequency Multiplexed Spin Qubits/Transmons in 22-nm FINFET Technology for Quantum Computers [pdf]
    B Patra, JPG van Dijk, S Subramanian, A Corna, X Xue, C Jeon, F Sheikh, E Juarez-Hernandez, BP Esparza, H Rampurawala, B Carlton, N Samkharadze, S Ravikumar, C Nieva, S Kim, H-J Lee, A Sammak, G Scappucci, M Veldhorst, LMK Vandersypen, M Babaie, F Sebastiano, E Charbon, S Pellerano
    IEEE International Solid-State Circuits Conference, February 2020 (Jan van Vessem Award for Outstanding European Paper)

  • A Direct DeltaSigma Receiver with Current-Mode Digitally-Synthesized Frequency-Translated RF Filtering [pdf]
    S Subramanian, H Hashemi
    IEEE Radio Frequency Integrated Circuits Symposium, June 2018

  • A 200 MSPS Reconfigurable ADC with Adjacent Channel Narrowband Blocker Resiliency [pdf]
    S Subramanian, H Hashemi
    IEEE Radio Frequency Integrated Circuits Symposium, May 2016

  • An 800 MSPS Quadrature DDFS and Integrated Nonlinear DAC-Filter with <15 ns Instantaneous Frequency Hopping Time [pdf]
    S Subramanian, H Hashemi
    IEEE MTT-S International Microwave Symposium, June 2013 (Best Student Paper Award, 2nd Place)

  • An Incentive based Peer-to-peer Protocol for Anonymous Collaborative Mobile Streaming [pdf]
    S Subramanian, P Chandra
    IEEE Wireless Communications and Networking Conference, April 2009

  • Fuzzy Logic based Content Protection for Image Resizing by Seam carving [pdf]
    S Subramanian, K Kumar, BP Mishra, A Banerjee, D Bhattacharya
    IEEE Conference on Soft Computing in Industrial Applications, June 2008

Theses

Essays