Reetuparna Das

Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
University of Michigan

Brief Biography

Reetu Das is an Associate Professor at the University of Michigan. Prior to this, she was a research scientist at Intel Labs, and the researcher-in-residence for the Center for Future Architectures Research. She also served as the co-founder of a precision medicine start-up, Sequal Inc. She received her Ph.D. in Computer Science and Engineering from Pennsylvania State University, University Park.

Reetu has served as the program co-chair for MICRO-52, chair of MICRO’s test-of-time award committee, and is currently serving as the vice-chair of the ACM SIGMICRO Executive Committee. She is an associate editor for the TACO journal and has served on over 40 technical program committees.

Reetu has received Sloan Foundation Faculty Fellowship, CRA-W's Borg Early Career Award, Intel Outstanding Researcher Award, NSF CAREER award, and multiple IEEE Top Picks awards. She has been inducted into the MICRO Hall of Fame and ISCA Hall of Fame. She has authored over 50 papers and filed 7 patents.

Research Interests

Reetu’s recent projects include in-memory architectures, custom computing for precision health and ML, fine-grain heterogeneous processor architectures for mobile systems, and low-power scalable interconnects.


In-/Near-Memory Computing. Synthesis Lectures on Computer Architecture, Morgan & Claypool Publishers 2021.