I am a first year PhD student studying Computer Science at Princeton University in the PNLP Group. Prior to Princeton, I was an ML/NLP researcher at ASAPP and research assistant at Cornell NYC Tech. I recieved my M.Eng. from Cornell University and B.S. from National Taiwan University.
My research focuses on machine learning and its applications in natural language processing. I aim to design systems that understand natural language in a way that makes sense to humans. To do that, I’m interested in areas such as knowledge representation and reasoning, interpretability and robustness, language grounding, and methods insipred by cognative science.