Dinesh Bhatia

Dinesh Bhatia

Professor - Electrical and Computer Engineering
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Professional Preparation

Ph.D. - Computer Science
University of Texas at Dallas - 1990
M.S. - Computer Science
University of Texas at Dallas - 1987
B.E. - Electrical Engineering
Regional Engineering College - 1985

Research Areas

Research Interests and Specialization

Biomedical Systems: Patient Monitoring and Telemedicine; Mobile Health; Medical Devices and Systems; Disease Management Technologies; Reconfigurable and Adaptive Computing: Architectures, CAD, and Compilation; Interconnection estimation and prediction; Architecture and CAD for field-programmable gate arrays (FPGAs); CAD for power aware programmable architectures. Theory: Graph theory and its application in VLSI (circuit partitioning, VLSI Design Automation);


  • All aspects of reconfigurable and adaptive computing architecture and CAD for field programmable gate arrays (FPGAs)
  • Physical design automation of VLSI Systems
  • Biomedical electronics and systems
  • Medical devices
  • Natural energy scavenging
  • Applications of wireless sensor networks.
Teaching Interests
  • Physical design automation of VLSI systems,
  • Digital Logic, Switching theory,
  • Reconfigurable computing,
  • Introduction to Engineering and Contemporary topics in Engineering
  • VLSI systems,
  • Data structures and algorithms,
  • Microsystems design,
  • VLSI architecture,
  • Combinatorial optimization, Graph theory and algorithms.


Digital Pulsewidth Modulation (DPWM) Using Direct Digital Synthesis 2022 - Journal Article
Congestion Prediction in FPGA Using Regression Based Learning Methods 2021 - Journal Article
William Walker, A. L. Praveen Aroul, Dinesh Bhatia, “Mobile Health Monitoring System”, IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Conference, Minneapolis, September 2009 (to appear) 2009 - Publication
A.L. Praveen Aroul, Achutan Manohar, Dinesh Bhatia, Leonardo Estevez, “Power Efficient Multi-band Activity Monitoring for Assistive Environments”, Proceedings of ACM International Conference on Pervasive Technologies Related to Assistive Environments, Athens, July 2008, ISBN:978-1-60558-067-8 2008 - Publication
Praveen Aroul, Dinesh Bhatia, Leonardo Estevez, “Energy Efficient Ambulatory Activity Monitoring for Disease Management”, IEEE Body Sensor Network Workshop, June 2008, Hong Kong. 2008 - Publication
Arvindh Rajasekeran, Abhiman Hande, Dinesh Bhatia, “Buck-Boost Converter Based Power Conditioning Circuit for Low Excitation Vibrational Energy Harvesting”, 3rd Annual Austin Conference on Integrated Systems and Circuits, Austin, Texas, May, 2008. 2008 - Publication
Achutan Manohar and Dinesh Bhatia, “Pressure detection and wireless interface for patient bed” IEEE International Conference on Biomedical Circuits and Systems, Baltimore, pp. 389-392, October 2008. 2008 - Publication
Shilpa Bhoj and Dinesh Bhatia, “A Simulation Framework for dynamic thermal management in FPGAs”, IEEE Intl. Conf. on Field Programmable Logic and Applications, pp. 659-662, Heidelberg, Germany, August 2008 2008 - Publication


University of Texas at Dallas [2010–Present]
Program Head
University of Texas at Dallas [2004–2006]
Erik Jonsson School of Engineering and Computer Science
Associate Professor
University of Texas at Dallas [2000–2010]
Associate Professor
University of Cincinnati [1997–2000]
University of Cincinnati [1991–2000]
Assistant Professor
University of Cincinnati [1991–1997]
Visiting Assistant Professor
Southern Methodist University [1990–1991]

Additional Information

Awards and Honors
IEEE Circuits and Systems Society Distinguished Lecturer, 2007-08.
Honorable Mention for Ph.D. Dissertation Award, EE Department, 2004-2005,
Shankar Balachandaran, Advisee.
Associate Editor, IEEE Transactions on Computers, July 1999-2003.
Invited Tutorial Speaker, Physical Design of VLSI Systems, IEEE Design and Test
Workshop, Delhi, India, August 1999.
Best MS Thesis Award, ECE Department, 1998-99. Karthik Gajjalapurna, Advisee.
Embedded Tutorial Speaker, Reconfigurable Computing, IEEE

News Articles

Event to Explore the Fast-Evolving World of Medical Devices
Event to Explore the Fast-Evolving World of Medical Devices The University of Texas at Dallas will host the first Texas Medical Device Symposium on Friday, Nov. 2.

The symposium provides an opportunity for the public to hear the latest findings in the field from leading academic researchers, clinicians and representatives of companies making the devices. The symposium also includes an opportunity for researchers to learn more about the federal process for getting a medical device approved for use.