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Hi! I’m a second-year PhD student in computer science, conducting research in natural language processing at Stanford University. I am grateful to be co-advised by Chris Manning and Percy Liang, and to be supported by a NSF Graduate Research Fellowship starting in Fall 2020.
I want to design systems that robustly and efficiently learn to understand human languages to the end of advancing human communication and education, and to teach others.
Current Research Interests:
Analyzing neural representations of language
Theoretical expressiveness of neural networks under memory constraints
Memory and symbolic structure in sequence modeling
Out-of-domain robustness in NLP
Multilinguality and low-resource language processing