About Me

As a PhD student I work extensively on exploring and understanding GPUs. The aim of my research is to develop a unified CPU-GPU architecture. Before jumping head on into computer science with a focus on computer architecture I completed my undergraduate education in Physics. As an undergraduate I worked with Prof. Yashwant Gupta developing a Radio Transient detection pipeline at the National Center for Radio Astrophysics. The pipeline was developed in CUDA. While working on this project I realised how hard it is to write efficient GPU code! While a GPU can theoretically give unprecidented speedup it is very difficult to realise in practical implementation. With my experience working with GPUs I decided to pursure computer architecture to make GPUs more efficient and easy to program on.
I later interned at SimYogTM with Prof. Dipanjan Gope. Here I worked on optimising the company's code base using vectorization and we achieved a 2x speedup!
Apart from research work I enjoy working out; reading the news; and staying in and ordering junk food over the weekend.


Expediting EMI/EMC Simulation Using Vectorization

Ishita Chaturvedi, Anant Devi, Harikiran Muniganti, and Dipanjan Gope Nov 2019

Role of Y3+ ion substitution in the enhanced electrical properties of Ba(0.9−x)YxCa0.1Zr0.07Ti0.93O3 lead-free piezoceramics

Shreya Mittal, Ishita Chaturvedi, K. Chandramani Singh Oct 2019

SimYog Improves a Simulation Tool Performance by 2x with Intel® Advisor

Ishita Chaturvedi, Vinutha SV March 2020


Expediting EMI/EMC Simulation Using Vectorization

Nov 2019

Parallel Programming using CUDA

Aug 2018

Data Analysis using GMRT

Aug 2018

Sintering mechanism in Ceramics

Apr 2018

Course Work

Contact Details

Ishita Chaturvedi
Department of Computer Science
Princeton University
35 Olden Street
Princeton, NJ 08540

ishitac (at) princeton.edu