Professor Sri Parameswaran
Professor

Professor Sri Parameswaran

PhD - The University of Queensland

B.Eng - Monash University

Engineering
Computer Science and Engineering

Sri Parameswaran is a Professor in the School of Computer Science and Engineering at the University of New South Wales. He was in the role of  Acting Head of School at the University of New South Wales from 2019 to 2020. He served as the Program Director for Computer Engineering.   His research interests are in System Level Synthesis, Low power systems, High Level Systems and Network on Chips. He also  served as the Editor in Chief of the IEEE Embedded Systems Letters from 2016 to 2019. He serves or has served on the editorial boards of  IEEE Transactions on Computer Aided Design, ACM Transactions on Embedded Computing Systems, the EURASIP Journal on Embedded Systems and the Design Automation of Embedded Systems. He has  served on the Program Committees of Design Automation Conference (DAC), Design and Test in Europe (DATE), the International Conference on Computer Aided Design (ICCAD), the International Conference on Hardware/Software Code-sign and System Synthesis (CODES-ISSS), and  the International Conference on Compilers, Architectures and Synthesis for Embedded Systems (CASES). Sri Parameswaran received his B.Eng Degree from Monash University and his PhD from The University of Queensland.

Phone
+61 2 9385 7223
Location
Building K17 Kensington Campus
  • Journal articles | 2020
    Malekpour A; Ragel R; Tuo LI; Javaid H; Ignjatovic A; Parameswaran S, 2020, 'Hardware Trojan mitigation in pipelined MPSoCs', ACM Transactions on Design Automation of Electronic Systems, vol. 25, http://dx.doi.org/10.1145/3365578
  • Conference Papers | 2003
    Cheung N; Henkel J; Parameswaran S, 2003, 'Rapid Configuration & Instruction Selection for an ASIP: A Case Study', Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), pp. 1 - 6, presented at 2003 Design, Automation and Test in Europe Conference and Exhibition, http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/date.2003.1253705

Title: ARC Research Hub for Connected Sensors for Health

Source: ARC Industrial Transformation Research Hubs

Amount: $5,000,000 from ARC and approximately $5,000,000 from Industry

Year:2021-2026

Involvement: as Chief Investigator (with others from four universities)

 

Title: ARC Industry Transformation Research Hub for Resilient and Intelligent Infrastructure Systems (RIIS) in Urban, Resources and Energy Sectors.Source: ARC Industrial Transformation Research Hubs

Amount: $4,980,000 from ARC and approximately $5,000,000 from Industry

Year:2021-2026

Involvement: as Chief Investigator (with others from four universities)

 

Title: Design automation for secure, reliable and energy efficient embedded processors.

Source: ARC DP

Amount: $490,000

Year:2019-2021

Involvement: as sole principal investigator

 

Title: Approximate algorithms and architectures for area efficient system design

Source: ARC LP

Amount: $468,522

Year: 2018-2020

Involvement: as the first named CI with Alex Ignjatovic

 

Title: Towards a block-cipher circuit resistant to multiple side channel attacks

Source: ARC DP

Amount: $382,816

Year:2018-2020

Involvement: as the first named CI with Alex Ignjatovic

 

Title: Trustworthy Computation Platform

Source: DSTG

Amount: $325,659

Year: 2018-2019

Involvement: as sole principal investigator

 

Title: AIF Research Project

Source: Canon

Amount: $300,000

Year: 2017

Involvement: as sole principal investigator

 

Title: Trustworthy Systems

Source: DSTG

Amount: $238,000

Year: 2016/2017

Involvement: as sole principal investigator

 

Title: AIF Research Project

Source: Canon

Amount: $444,000

Year: 2016

Involvement: as sole principal investigator

 

Title: DNA Sequencing on a Benchtop

Source: Silver star

Amount: $30,000

Year: 2016

Involvement: as the first named CI with Bruno Gaeta, Aleksandar Ignjatovic

 

Title: AIF Research Project

Source: Canon

Amount: $446,000

Year: 2015

Involvement: as sole principal investigator

 

Title: Greening of Dark Silicon – A Network-on-Chip Perspective

Source: Gold star Sri Parameswaran

Amount: $40,000

Year: 2015

Involvement: as sole principal investigator

 

Title: AIF – Phase 3

Source: Canon Information Systems Research Australia Pty Ltd

Amount: $442,000

Year: 2015

Involvement: as sole principal investigator

 

Title: Designing Radiation Tolerant Reconfigurable Systems for Space

Source: Australian Research Council —Discovery

Amount: $340,000

Year: 2015-2017

Involvement: as the first-named CI with Prof Andrew Dempster, Dr Oliver Diessel, Dr Angelo Ambrose and Dr Ediz Cetin

 

Title: AIF – Phase 2

Source: Canon Information Systems Research Australia Pty Ltd

Amount: $618,000

Year: 2014

Involvement: as sole principal investigator

 

Title: HPPSA – Phase3 / AIF Phase 1 Extension

Source: Canon Information Systems Research Australia Pty Ltd

Amount: $239,000

Year: 2013

Involvement: as sole principal investigator

 

Title: HPPSA – Phase3 / AIF Phase 1

Source: Canon Information Systems Research Australia Pty Ltd

Amount: $720,000

Year: 2012

Involvement: as sole principal investigator

 

Title: Low Power Memory for Modern Embedded Systems

Source: Australian Research Council —Discovery

Amount: $280,000

Year: 2012-2014

Involvement: as sole principal investigator

 

Title: A Predictable and Reliable Runtime Task Migration for Variability aware Real time Multiprocessor System on Chip Embedded Systems.

Source UNSW Goldstar

Amount: $40,000

Year: 2012

Involvement: as CI with Dr Jude Angelo Ambrose

 

Title: HPPSA - Phase 2

Source: Canon Information Systems Research Australia Pty Ltd

Amount: $370,000

Year: 2012

Involvement: as sole principal investigator

 

Title: HPPSA - Phase 1

Source: Canon Information Systems Research Australia Pty Ltd

Amount: $355,000

Year: 2011

Involvement: as sole principal investigator

 

Title: Long term Synopsys Design Suite Licence

Source: University of New South Wales/Major Equipment & Infrastructure Scheme (MREII)

Amount: :$76,000

Year: 2012

As Investigator with Dr Oliver Diessel, Dr Jorgen Peddersen, and Dr Annie Guo  

 

Title: Bahurupi: Polymorphic Heterogeneous Multi-Core Systems:

Source: Ministry of Education of Singapore

Amount: :S$806,020

Year: 2010 – 2012

As Investigator with A/Prof Tulika Mitra (of National Uni. Of Singapore)

 

Title: Design Automation for Processor Pipelines

Source: Australian Research Council —Discovery

Amount: $305,000

Year: 2009-2011

Involvement: as sole principal investigator

 

Title: Design of Highly Secure Embedded Processors

Source: UNSW Goldstar

Amount $40,000

Year: 2008

Involvement: as CI with Dr A Ignjatovic and Dr A Janapsatya

 

Title: Novel Multi-Processor Architectures for Steaming Applications in Embedded Systems

Source: UNSW Goldstar

Amount $40,000

Year: 2008

Involvement: as sole Chief Investigator

 

Title: Sun Fire T2000 computer platform, which features an eight Core, 1.4 GHz UltraSPARC T1 processor

Amount: 107,000

Year: 2008

Involvement: As Investigator with J.Xue et.al

 

Title: Automatic Co-Processor Synthesis for ASIPs

Source: Australian Research Council —Discovery

Amount: $263,000

Year: 2005-2007

Involvement: as sole Chief Investigator

 

Title: Provably Correct on-chip Communication-based Design

Source: Australian Research Council —Discovery

Amount: $203,000

Year: 2005-2007

Involvement: as CI with A/Prof A Sowmya, A/Prof A Nymeyer,  and Prof S Ramesh

 

Title: ISIS Project

Source: Canon Information Systems Research Australia Pty Ltd

Amount: $246,000

Year: 2005

Involvement: as sole investigator

 

Title: IPv6 Chip Design Project – Phase IV

Source: Canon Information Systems Research Australia Pty Ltd

Amount: $294,000

Year: 2004

Involvement: as sole investigator

 

Title: IPv6 Chip Design Project – Phase III

Source: Canon Information Systems Research Australia Pty Ltd

Amount: $335,000

Year: 2003

Involvement: as sole investigator

 

Title: Embedded Systems and Circuit Design Infrastructure

Source: University of New South Wales Infrastructure Grants

Amount: $80,000

Year: 2003

Involvement: as principal investigator

 

Title: IPv6 Chip Design Project - Phase II

Source: Canon Information Systems Research Australia Pty Ltd

Amount: $107,000

Year: July 2002 to Dec 2002

Involvement: as principal investigator with Mahbub Hassan and Sanjay Jha

 

Title: IPv6 Chip Design Project - Phase I

Source: Canon Information Systems Research Australia Pty Ltd

Amount: $143,000

Year: Oct 2001 to June 2002

Involvement: as principal investigator with Mahbub Hassan and Sanjay Jha

 

Title: The Australian Research Council Special Research Centre for Functional and Applied Genomics

Source: Australian Research Council

Amount: $3,200,000

Year: 1999-2001

Involvement: as senior research associate

 

 

Best Paper Award - Metamako Award 2019 for the best paper in the School of Computer Science and Engineering, UNSW

Best Paper Award – CASES 2018

Dean’s runner-up award for best paper in faculty – 2012 

Best Paper Award – VLSI Design 2013

CiSRA Best Paper Award – 2007

Best Paper Nomination at ICCAD (William McCalla Award)

Best Paper Nominations at VLSI Design

Best Paper Nominations at ASP-DAC

HiPEAC Awards 2014 (awarded in 2015), 2011

Supervisor of the Year by the UNSW Postdoctoral Academy in 2013

Awarded the UNSW Faculty of Engineering Teaching Staff Excellence Award in 2005

Department of Electrical Engineering Postgraduate Research Scholarship
The University of Queensland Postgraduate Research Scholarship

Professor Sri Parameswaran is from the School of Computer Science and Engineering.

Research interests include:

  • Hardware Software Co-Design
  • VLSI Systems
  • Low Power Design
  • Embedded Architectures for Bioinformatics
  • Hardware Security
  • Approximate Computing