Indian Institute of Information Technology Vadodara
(Institute of National Importance under Act of Parliament)
Satyendra Singh Yadav

Assistant Professor (On Contract)

Research Interests

  • Communication System- Resource allocation, MIMO-OFDM systems, Channel Estimation and Signal processing for 5G communication
  • GPU computing- Development of signal processing algorithms for manycore architectures

Academic Qualifications





CGPA / %


Electronics and Communication Engineering, National Institute of Technology, Rourkela,India



B.E. (Bachelor of Engineering)

Electronics  and  Communication  Engineering,  Radharaman Institute of Technology and Science, Bhopal, Affiliated to RGPV Bhopal M. P., India



H.S.S. (12th)

Science  (Mathematics),  Govt.   Boys  H.  S.  School  Baldeogarh, Tikamgarh, M. P., India



High Sch. (10th)

All Subjects, Govt. Boys H. S. School Baldeogarh, Tikamgarh, M.P., India



* Direct Ph.D. after B.E. on GATE basis

Work Experience


Post Held


IIIT Vadodara

Assistant Professor (on contract)


Till date

IIITDM Kurnool

Assistant Professor (on contract)




Assistant Professor/ Researcher



INESC-ID, IST, Lisbon, Portugal

Visiting Research Scholar



 Detail of Key Courses

Assistant Professor of Electronics and Communication, IIITDM Kurnool, A. P.- 518007

  1.    Course Title: Wireless Communications (T)
    •  Course taken from: December 2018 to May 2019
    •  Specialization: Electronics and Communication
    •  Lectures: 150 min/Week, Credit: 3
  2.    Course Title: Signals and systems (T)
    •   Course taken from: 30th July 2018 to 30 Nov 2018
    •   Specialization: Electronics and Communication
    •   Lectures: 150 min/Week, Credit: 3
  3.    Course Title: Analog and digital communication (T)
    •   Course taken from: 30th July 2018 to 30 Nov 2018
    •   Specialization: Electronics and Communication
    •   Lectures: 150 min/Week, Credit: 3
  4.    Course Title: Communication systems practice (L)
    •   Course taken from: 30th July 2018 to 30 Nov 2018
    •   Specialization: Electronics and Communication
    •   Practice: 120 min/Week, Credit: 2


Sl. No.                                        Title                                                    Duration From      To

1.     Development of Wireless Communication Algorithms for Multicore/Manycore Architectures



2.     Multicarrier Systems- A brief review



3.     Wireless Propagation Models- A study




Thesis title: Development of Wireless Communication Algorithms for Multicore/Manycore Architectures

  • Thesis Supervisors: Sarat Kumar Patra, Prof. Paulo A. C. Lopes & Prof. Diddharth Deshmukh
  • Summary of the work: Wireless communication is one of the most rapid growing To support new services demanding high data rate, the system design requires sophisticated signal processing at the transmitter and receiver. The signal processing techniques include Fast Fou- rier Transform (FFT), Inverse Fast Fourier Transform (IFFT) computation, Maximal Ratio Receive Combining (MRRC) scheme, Peak-to-Average Power Ratio (PAPR) reduction techniques, resource allocation algorithms, optimization algorithms, detection algorithms and assignment algorithms to name a few. These signal processing techniques makes wireless communication system com- putationally complex leading to performance limitation. In this work we implemented some of the mentioned signal processing techniques under Graphics Processing Unit (GPU) environ- ment to harness the parallel implementation. The huge computational capabilities of GPU have been used to reduce the execution time of complex systems. Modern wireless communication heavily relies on FFT and IFFT computation. This research work attempts to address implemen- tation of FFT and IFFT through High Performance Computing (HPC) with GPU. PAPR is another area which requires high computational complexity. Here, it is also evaluated on GPU architec- ture. In Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiple Access (OFDMA) downlink system, allocation of resource to user at Base Station (BS) demand computational efficient algorithm to fulfill the user’s data rate requirement. Hence, this thesis proposes Resource Allocation and Subcarrier Assignment (RASA) algorithm for multi-core architectures with Open Multiprocessing (OpenMP) support. Further in this thesis, subcarrier assignment problem using well know Hungarian al- gorithm is analyzed and implemented on Compute Unified Device Architecture (CUDA). Strong computational advantages are observed in parallel implementation of above problems in the area of wireless communication applications. Hence GPU based HPC can provide the promising solution for complex wireless systems. The findings have been extensively evaluated through computer simulation with GPU processor.


  1.   Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL), Arera hills Bhopal-India 01-07-2011 to 30-07-2011


Personal skills and competences


  1.  English
  2.  Hindi (Mother tongue)


Technical skills and competences

  1.    Languages: MATLAB, C, CUDA
  2.    Operating system: Windows 7, Windows 10, Linux
  3.    Tools: LabVIEW, MATLAB & Simulink, Multisim
  4.    Hardware: Microprocessor 8085, 8086 and Microcontroller 8051
  5.   Programming Skills: CUDA programming, C, C++, signal and image processing and communica- tion system programming in MATLAB, assembly language programming for Microprocessor 8085, 8086 and ALP for 8051 micro-controller.


Scholarships awarded

  1.    Received ERASMUS MUNDUS NAMASTE Project Scholarship by European Government, From October 2015 -to - June 2016.
  2.    Receiving PhD scholarship / assistantship by Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD), Government of India, From November 2012 - to - October 2017.
  3.    Received Central Sector Scholarship by Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD), Department of Higher Education, Government of India, From 2008 - to - 2012.


Other achievements

  1.    Secured 8.83/10 CGPA during Ph.D. course work.
  2.    Passed class 12th with 84% marks and secured 1st position in School
  3.    Passed class 10th with 85.2% marks and secured 1st position in School

Conferences / Course attended


Sl. No.                                       Title 





1.FDP on “Outcome Based Education”, Electronics & ICT Academy NIT Warangal and IIITDM Kurnool, India,



2.International Conference on ” Recent Innovations in Signal processing and Embedded systems-RISE 2017, MANIT Bhopal, India,



3.GIAN Course on “Characterization and modeling of wireless channels”, Department of Electrical Engineering, NIT Rourkela, India,



4.3rd  IEEE,  International  Conference  on  Computer,   Communication, Control and Information Technology (C3IT-2015),Hooghly,India,



5.Short course on “Estimation Theory for Communications and Signal Processing”, Department of Electrical Engineering in association with the BSNL Telecom Center of Excellence (BITCOE), IIT Kanpur, India



6.IEEE, International Conference on High Performance Computing and Applications (ICHPCA-2014), Bhubaneswar, India,



7.21st Annual IEEE International Conference on “High Performance Computing”-(HiPC 2014), Goa, India,



Volunteering Experience

  1.   GIAN Course on “Towards 5G and beyond”, Conducted by Prof. S.K. Patra,  Department of ECE,    NIT Rourkela, September 2016.
  2.    Faculty development program under Pedagogy project”, Conducted by Prof. S. K. Patra, Depart- ment of ECE, NIT Rourkela, July 2014.


Publication in Journals

  1.   Paulo A. C. Lopes, Satyendra Singh Yadav, Aleksandar Ilic, and Sarat Kumar Patra. Fast Block Distributed CUDA Implementation of the Hungarian “Journal of Parallel and Distributed Computing”, 130:50–62, Elsevier, 2019, [ (SCI, I.F.= 1.8), DOI: ]
  2.   Satyendra Singh Yadav, Paulo A. C. Lopes, Aleksandar Ilic, and Sarat Kumar Patra. Hungarian  algorithm for sub-carrier assignment problem using GPU and CUDA. International Journal of Communication System, 32(4):e3884, Wiley, 2018, [ (SCI, F.= 1.7), DOI:]
  1.   Satyendra Singh Yadav, Paulo Lopes, and Sarat Patra. Parallel Resource Allocation and Subcarrier Assignment for Downlink OFDMA. IETE Technical Review, 00:1–16, Taylor & Francis, 2018, [ (SCI, F.= 1.3), DOI: ]

 Publication in Conferences

  1.   Satyendra Singh Yadav, Paulo AC Lopes, and Sarat Kumar Patra. A low-complexity suboptimal algorithm for joint subcarrier assignment in downlink OFDMA system. In International Conference on Recent Innovations in Signal processing and Embedded Systems (RISE),, pages 38–43. IEEE, 2017
  2.   Sudhanshu Arya, Satyendra Singh Yadav, and Sarat Kumar   WSN  assisted  modulation  de-  tection with maximum likelihood approach, suitable for non-identical Rayleigh channels. In International Conference on Recent Innovations in Signal processing and Embedded Systems (RISE),, pages 49–54. IEEE, 2017
  3.   Satyendra Singh Yadav, Prasanta Kumar Pradhan, and  Sarat  Kumar    Computational  com-  plexity analysis of PTS technique under graphics processing unit. In Third International Conference on Computer, Communication, Control and Information Technology (C3IT), pages 1–5. IEEE, 2015
  4.   Satyendra Singh Yadav and Sarat Kumar Patra. Performance evaluation of STBC-OFDM WiMAX system using graphics processing unit (GPU). In International Conference on High Performance Computing and Applications (ICHPCA), pages 1–6. IEEE, 2014
  5.   Prasanta Kumar Pradhan, Satyendra Singh Yadav, and Sarat Kumar Patra. PAPR reduction in OFDM In Annual IEEE India Conference (INDICON ‘14’),, pages 1–5. IEEE, 2014
  6.   Sangeeta Bhattacharjee, Satyendra Singh Yada, and Sarat Kumar Patra. LTE physical layer imple- mentation using GPU based high performance In International Conference onAdvanced Communication Control and Computing Technologies (ICACCCT), pages 1546–1550. IEEE, 2014




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