Andrew Sabisch

(Andrew Correa)

My name is Andrew Sabisch. I am an entrepreneur, software engineer, and philosopher. After receiving my doctoral degree at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 2015, I worked most deeply in the fields of A.I., devops, and web design and development. Currently I'm working as an A.I. researcher, engineer, and consultant at Vassar AI, a company I founded with a fellow MIT alum. If you have need of any AI, devops, or systems work or consultation, please do not hesitate to reach out!

Curriculum Vitae

Work History

  1. Vassar AI (presently): Founder & CEO
  2. Silo Technologies (1y): Lead BE Software Engineer (SWE) (Go, devops), FE SWE (React)
  3. eBay (3.5y): SWE, Manager, Research Scientist (Go, Java, Scala, devops)
  4. Twice Clothes (6m; purchased by eBay): Full-stack SWE (Python, Flask, Backbone.js)
  5. Multimodal Understanding Group @MIT (5y): Research Scientist
  6. Google (3m): SWE intern (JavaScript, Java)
  7. Agile Robotics @MIT (2y): SWE (C/C++)
  8. Social Code Group @UCI (2y): SWE (Java)


  1. Andrew Sabisch. CoMo: a Whiteboard that Converses about Code In Doctoral Thesis for Massachusetts Institute of Technology Cambridge, MA September, 2014 (PDF) (BibTeX)
  2. Matthew Robert Walter et al. A Situationally Aware Voice-Commandable Robotic Forklift Working Alongside People in Unstructured Outdoor Environments In Journal of Field Robotics January, 2014 (PDF) (BibTeX)
  3. Andrew Correa. Drawing on the World: Sketch in Context In Workshop on Visual Languages and Computing Florence, Italy pp. 256–261 August, 2011 (PDF) (BibTeX)
  4. Andrew Correa et al. Multimodal Interaction with an Autonomous Forklift In HRI 2010, 5th ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction Osaka, Japan March, 2010 (PDF) (BibTeX)
  5. Seth Teller et al. A Voice-Commandable Robotic Forklift Working Alongside Humans in Minimally-Prepared Outdoor Environments In Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA) Anchorage, Alaska May, 2010 (PDF) (BibTeX)
  6. Andrew Correa et al. Deskcorder: A Recorder for What Happens at your Desk In Sixth Annual CSAIL Student Workshop Cambridge, MA pp. 27–29 September, 2010 (PDF) (BibTeX)
  7. Andrew Correa. Drawing on the World: Sketch in Context In Master's Thesis for Massachusetts Institute of Technology Cambridge, MA September, 2009 (PDF) (BibTeX)
  8. Bill Tomlinson et al. Richly Connected Systems and Multi-Device Worlds In PRESENCE: Teleoperators and Virtual Environments Vol. 18, No. 1 pp. 54–71 January, 2009 (PDF) (BibTeX)
  9. Andrew Correa. Facilitating the Development of Software for Multiple Devices In Bachelor’s Thesis University of California at Irvine (UCI) June, 2007 (PDF) (BibTeX)
  10. Bill Tomlinson et al. Dreaming of Adaptive Interface Agents In CHI '07: CHI '07 Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems New York, NY pp. 2007–2012 January, 2007 (PDF) (BibTeX)