PhD Student and Graduate Researcher
Computer Engineering Department
Baskin School of Engineering
University of California, Santa Cruz
Email: mogleari AT ucsc.edu
Office: Engineering 2, Room 381
I am a sixth year PhD student in the Computer Engineering Department at the
University of California, Santa Cruz. I am a
vising scholar at the Computer Science and
Engineering Department at University of
California, San Diego.
I specialize in persistent memory and computer architecture. Currently, I'm working on a RISC-V for persistent memory using RTL and FPGA design. Recently, I've worked on efficient microarchitecture solutions for persistent memory systems. I've also worked on high performance memory network systems. My other interests include RTL design, ASICs, 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.