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Dilip Kumar Jha

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Dilip Kumar Jha (born 2 March 1985) has transitioned from a Call-Centre to the world’s leading semiconductor companies including IBM, Intel, Cadence, and Qualcomm, designing supercomputers to the latest smartphones. He is an author, poet, co-inventor of multiple patents & publications and currently working as Staff Engineer at Qualcomm, Ireland. He has bypassed the crowd, to find a place where his talents and desires intersect. He has lived and worked in India and Sweden before coming to Ireland.

'Chasing the phenomenon' is his first book published by petals publishers, available worldwide on Amazon. Many more books are in line following his debut novel.

His books will abandon your ego and help find your own gifts and graces, in this fast-changing world, where our mind being locked in the habits of the past, it will educate the educators and help make mindful future citizens. His books are an essential read for anyone who has an unfulfilled dream or a life still to live. It will give you the feeling that all is possible if we dig deep within, using our curiosity, and pinpoint the search we must all make to achieve the best in us. The author through his books emphasizes his readers to ponder around; Can you wait till your mud settles and the water is clear? What’s the purpose of life? How are you intelligent? Once you answer these questions, the more alive you feel.

Early Life

Dilip Kumar Jha grew up in Bengaluru, Karnataka in a traditional Maithil Bihari family. His father owned a small hotel for living and his mother worked along side his father in the same hotel. He has a older sister and a younger sister. He finished his high school from Maria Niketan High school, Bengaluru. He claims to have been an brilliant student till the age of 16.

Dilip graduated with a B.E degree in Electronics Engineering from East point college of engineering and technology, Bengaluru in 2007.


After graduating with a second class engineering degree in 2007, Dilip was placed through off campus at IBM's BPO in Bengaluru. However, Dilip transitioned from this job within two years in the same company's semiconductor's R&D division designing microprocessors for super computers. Here he became co-inventor of two US patents and published three invention articles. His next job was with Cadence design systems at their Bengaluru office, and then moved to Intel. Dilip then moved with his family to Stockholm to work for a start up company designing network processors and finally in search of a happy country, he moved to Cork, Ireland working as Staff Engineer at Qualcomm designing integrated chips used in the processor of most smart phones.

It took 35 years for the mud to settle in Dilip to see the water clearly. To feed his soul, he began writing and found his true calling in writing. He continues to work full time as an engineer however never gives up on writing as that helps him gain energy that gets lost in day to day job.

Patents & International paper published in a conference

1. US Patent - Circuit placement with electro-migration mitigation.

2. US Patent - Congestion Estimation Techniques from RTL model at Pre-Synthesis stage.

3. Paper published in DVCON Eu 2020 - Bit density-based pre-characterization of RAM cells for area critical SOC design.


1. Chasing the phenomenon


Jha, Dilip (29 April 2021). Chasing the phenomenon. India: Petals Publishers. p. 128. ISBN 9385440926. Search this book on

A Kumar, Dilip (Jan 1, 2017). "Circuit Placement with electro-migration mitigation".

Jha, Dilip (Apr 14, 2014). "Congestion Estimation Techniques from RTL model at Pre-Synthesis stage".

Ajay Kumar, Dilip. "Bit Density-based Pre-characterization of RAM Cells for Area Critical SOC Design".

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