About me

Hi! I’m Rajesh Shashi Kumar and I am pursuing graduate education at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. My research interests are in the areas of Parallel Computer Architecture and Systems for Machine Learning. My current research is centered around mechanisms to promote data reuse in HPC & ML workloads on future-facing GPU architectures under the advising of Prof. Matthew Sinclair as a part of the Heterogeneous Architectures Lab.

Over the summer, I was a co-op at AMD Research working on GPU systems and programming. Prior to graduate school, I worked as a Network-on-Chip Design Engineer at Qualcomm on hardware cache coherency. Before that, I acquired experience with interconnects and accelerators at Analog Devices, Inc. in the Processors & DSP group.

Please use the links on this page to learn more or contact about my work through my CV and other websites of professional online presence.


  • GPU Architecture
  • Performance modelling
  • Heterogeneous Package Integration
  • High Performance Computing


  • M.S. (Research), Electrical and Computer Engineering, 2023

    University of Wisconsin-Madison

  • B.E., Electronics & Communication, 2017

    PES Institute of Technology, Bengaluru, India