Suchita Pati

Master's Student
HAL Research Lab
Department of Computer Sciences
University of Wisconsin-Madison

Contact

Email: spati [AT] cs [DOT] wisc [DOT] edu
Room 6372
Computer Sciences
1210 W. Dayton St.
Madison, WI 53706


About Me

I am a graduate student in the Department of Computer Sciences at University of Wisconsin-Madison. I am advised by Prof. Matt Sinclair. My research interests are in Computer Architecture and Systems and my Master's research focuses on optimizing GPU architectures for Deep Learning applications. During my Master's I have been a part of the effort to augment GPGPU-Sim to simulate Deep Learning kernels written using NVIDIA's cuDNN and cuBLAS libraries. I have also been an officer with W-ACM (ACM-W's UW-Madison Chapter) and have organized several technical and career oriented workshops at UW-Madison.
Before starting my Master's, I was a Design Engineer at AMD India in the Server Performance Group. At AMD I was responsible for workload characterization of server and cloud applications and was also responsible for a new trace sampling methodology which had dramatically improved sampling efficiency. I received my bachelor's degree (B.E.) in Electrical and Electronics Engineering from Birla Institute of Technology & Science - Pilani, Hyderabad Campus, India in 2015.

Recent News

  • Dec 2018: Accepted to attend the CRA-W Grad Cohort Workshop 2019.
  • Nov 2018: Recent work on adding support for Deep Learning in GPGPU-Sim posted on Arxiv.
  • Oct 2018: Presented my work as a Poster at UW Computer Architecture Affiliates 2018.
  • Oct 2018: Awarded the Hiran Mayukh Award at UW Computer Architecture Affiliates 2018
  • Sept 2018: Attended the Grace Hopper Conference 2018
  • Aug 2018: Successfully completed a summer internship at AMD Research
  • May 2018: Received the Grace Hopper Scholarship 2018

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