PhD Student and Research Assistant
Computer Engineering Department
Baskin School of Engineering
University of California, Santa Cruz
Email: mogleari AT ucsc.edu
Office: Engineering 2, Room 207
I am a third year PhD student in Computer Engineering Department at the University of California, Santa Cruz. I specialize in computer architecture and VLSI. My adviser is Professor Jishen Zhao. Currently, my work focuses on complexity-effective microarchitecture solutions for persistent memory systems. I am also affiliated with the Storage Systems Research Center. My research falls primarily in the area of computer architecture, with an emphasis on persistent memory systems, RTL design, and complexity-effective microarchitecture. I am also interested in electronics design automation and VLSI design.
I received my Master or Science degree from the Department of Computer Engineering at University of California, Santa Cruz. I received my Bachelor of Science degree from the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Cornell University. While at Cornell, I was involved in research into on-chip networks with Professor Chris Batten.
I've had four different summer internships at, Intel beginning in summer 2012. In 2012, I did pre-silicon validation for the power control unit of the Skylake server (Xeon) chip. In 2013 and 2014, I did pre-silicon validation for the cache coherency interface of the Knight's Landing (Xeon Phi) chip. In 2015, I did RTL design and unit-testing for the hardware performance monitor on the Knight's Hill (Xeon Phi) chip.