AboutHello! 👋 I'm Gregory Croisdale, a PhD Student at the University of Michigan studying Human-Computer Interaction with Anhong Guo and Xu Wang. My research is focused around educational technology and improving access to state-of-the-art technology.
I'm also a huge philosophy, art, music, and food nerd. I dabble in 3d Modeling (Blender is my all-time favorite piece of software), violin, ukulele, and overambituous book-purchasing.
Research / Projects
Exploring learning approaches for ancient greek character recognition with citizen science dataSeptember 20, 2021
At the University of Tennessee's PAIRS Group, I worked on a project to explore machine learning approaches for ancient greek character recognition with citizen science data.
FOURST: A code generator for FFT-based fast stencil computationsMay 22, 2022
This is a project I worked on with Stony Brook University at their Data+Computing = Discovery REU in the summer of 2021.
Montgomery 1960: Using Technology to Teach Empathy and Perspective TakingsMay, 2020
With the CSCTW Group, we explored Game Design choices to encourage perspective changing in study of the Civil Rights movement in Montgomery, Alabama.