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.