I am a computer science PhD student at the University of Washington, in the Sampa group. My advisors are Luis Ceze and Mark Oskin.

My research is at the intersection of computer architecture and computational photography. I like to build systems that involve hardware and software for visual applications, like continuous mobile vision or virtual reality cameras.

Before grad school, I studied computer engineering and English literature at Columbia University.

More information: curriculum vitae, blog, email, etc.

Recent News (see all →)

June 2017 I had a lot of fun at the ACM Celebration of 50 Years of Turing Awards! Thanks to ACM SIGARCH for sending me.
April 2017 The third annual Women's Research Day was a great success! The UW Daily wrote a nice article about the event.

Publications

A Hardware-Friendly Bilateral Solver for Real-Time Virtual Reality Video.
Amrita Mazumdar, Armin Alaghi, Jonathan T. Barron, David Gallup, Luis Ceze, Mark Oskin, Steven M. Seitz.
To appear in High Performance Graphics, 2017.

Application-Driven Near-Data Processing for Similarity Search.
Vincent T. Lee, Amrita Mazumdar, Carlo C. del Mundo, Armin Alaghi, Luis Ceze, Mark Oskin.
arXiv Preprint, 2017.

Exploring Computation-Communication Tradeoffs in Camera Systems.
Amrita Mazumdar, Thierry Moreau, Sung Kim, Meghan Cowan, Armin Alaghi, Luis Ceze, Mark Oskin, Visvesh Sathe.
arXiv Preprint, 2017.

Principles and Techniques of Schlieren Imaging Systems.
Amrita Mazumdar.
In Columbia University Computer Science Technical Reports, 2013.