About me

Hello! I am an incoming CS PhD student at Cornell University, where I will be advised by Prof. Yoav Artzi. Before this, I did my undergraduate and master’s at Stanford University (CS BS ‘21, CS MS ‘21). I am excited by problems within the intersection of Computer Vision and Natural Language Processing. My interests include compositional reasoning, interactive learning and self-supervised representation learning.

At Stanford, I had the privilege of being mentored by Ranjay Krishna and, through him, work with Professors Fei-Fei Li, Michael Bernstein and Maneesh Agrawala. Outside of research, I can be found avidly consuming poetry books or improvising jazz-tinged guitar loops. I was also heavily involved with theater for much of my life.

You may contact me at mog29 at cornell dot edu