Deepraj Soni

Ph.D. Candidate

Deepraj Soni is a Ph.D. candidate at the NYU Tandon School of Engineering, where he works on hardware implementation, and evaluation and security of post-quantum cryptographic algorithms. He received his M.Tech from the Department of Electrical Engineering at the Indian Institute of Technology in Bombay (IIT-B). His thesis focused on developing a framework for a hardware-software co-simulator and neural network implementation on an FPGA. After graduation, Deepraj worked as a design engineer in the semiconductor division of Samsung and SanDisk. At Samsung, he was responsible for the design and architecture of image processing IPs, such as region segmentation and Embedded CODEC. He also had charge of communication IPs, such as FFT/IFFT, Time \& Frequency Deinterleaving and Demapper for canceling noise. At SanDisk, Deepraj helped in the development of System-On-Chip (SoC) level design for the memory controller.