- MIT Center for Constructive Communication
I am a Ph.D. student at MIT working on natural language processing (NLP), human-computer interaction (HCI), and computational social science (CSS), supervised by Professor Deb Roy. My research goal is to understand and bridge human communications with AI.
I am broadly interested in the following research directions:
- Social NLP: incorporate social factors into language understanding and generation
- Human-AI collaboration: design human-AI systems to facilitate human-human communications
- AI for Social Sciences: combine both AI and experimentology for social science research
A brief bio:
I did my undergrad at Emory University in Computer Science and Linguistics and obtained my M.S. degree in Symbolic Systems at Stanford University. I worked at Stanford NLP Group and Stanford Language and Cognition Lab during my time there. I have worked as an intern at AI2, Google, IBM, Apple, Educational Testing Service (ETS), and CMU.
If you want to chat about research, please contact me through email.