Bhano KapoorEducation

PhD, MS, Southern Methodist University; BTech, EE, Indian Institute of Technology

Research Interests

Energy-efficient computing; computer and network security; software engineering


Dr. Kapoor started his technical career in 1987 with Texas Instruments, where he held various roles in the company’s research and development labs. He moved on to other positions at several electronic design automation companies. He is the founder and owner of Mimasic, a low-power chip design and verification consulting company. Since 1996, he has taught several undergraduate and graduate courses in the areas of computer science and electrical engineering, including graduate-level security engineering courses at companies such as L-3, Lockheed Martin, and Raytheon. He is a senior member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) and the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM). He has received six U.S. patents, has participated in various industry panels, and has served as an IEEE conference chairperson. His written works include more than 50 papers that have been presented at IEEE/ACM conferences or published in journals.