I'm a PhD student in the Department of Computer Science, Johns Hopkins University. As a member of Center for Language and Speech Processing, I'm currently involved in research on statistical machine translation. Yet personally, I'm interested in problems of all categories in the field of natural language processing. My current academic advisor is Philipp Koehn.
Before joining Johns Hopkins in fall 2014, I got my Bachelor's degree in Beijing University of Posts & Telecommunications. During the last year of my undergraduate study, I worked with Weiwei Sun in the Language Computing and Web Mining Group of Institute of Computer Science & Technology, Peking University, with a focus on semantic parsing and Chinese word segmentation.
- May 2016: This summer I'm doing an internship with Amazon in Pittsburgh (previously Safaba Translation Solutions).
- June 2015: This summer I'm visiting the statistical machine translation group in The University of Edinburgh.
- 600.465 Natural Language Processing
- 600.475 Machine Learning
- 600.468 Machine Translation
- 600.676 Machine Learning: Data to Models
- 050.620 Syntax I
- 600.615 Big Data, Small Languages, Scalable Systems
- 550.666 Combinatorial Optimization
- 550.661 Nonlinear Optimization I
- 600.420 Parallel Programming