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I'm a fourth-year PhD student in Computer Science at Stanford University, working on machine learning and natural language processing. I am fortunate to be advised by Percy Liang and Jure Leskovec. Previously, I received B.S. from Yale University, where I worked with Dragomir Radev (LILY lab) and John Lafferty.
My primary research interests are in machine learning and natural language processing. In particular, I aspire to develop systems that can robustly reason about language and knowledge, and generalize to new complex tasks like or even better than humans do. Topics that I focus on include:
I also have broad interests in topics around language: text summarization (GraphMDS, ScisummNet, CL-Scisumm), semantic parsing (Spider, SyntaxSQLNet, SParC), multilingual NLP (mPOS), and modeling programs/mathematics (TopicEq, DrRepair).