I am an incoming Assistant Professor in the Department of Computer Science at Cornell. Until then, I am a postdoctoral fellow at MIT working with Sixian You and George Barbastathis, and supported by the MIT Postdoctoral Fellowship for Engineering Excellence. I work on co-designing optics and algorithms to create better, smaller, and more capable cameras and microscopes.
I obtained my PhD in Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences from UC Berkeley with Laura Waller. During my PhD, I was affiliated with the Berkeley Artificial Intelligence Research (BAIR) Lab and was supported by the NSF GRFP fellowship. My PhD dissertation was on Physics-Informed Machine Learning for Computational Imaging.
For Cornell related topics, feel free to email me at monakhova[at]cornell.edu. For MIT related topics, feel free to email me at monakho[at]mit.edu
|Kristina is giving an invited talk at MERL on Robust and Physics-informed machine learning for low-light imaging!
|Kristina is featured in an article on MIT News!
|Kristina will be joining Cornell’s Computer Sciences Department in Fall 2024 as an assistant professor!