My research interest includes various aspects of natural language processing, focusing on semantics and knowledge discovery on large corpora. My recent work lies at the crossroads between question answering, information extraction and information retrieval.
In addition to natural languages, I'm also interested in programming languages: I design expressive, typesafe DSLs for various domain applications (e.g. deep learning).
Before joining Johns Hopkins, I obtained my B.Sc. in Computer Science from Peking University, working with Prof. Junfeng Hu in the Institute of Computational Linguistics with a focus on word segmentation and network analysis.
My full CV can be found here.
- Oct. 2017: Presented my work on typesafe tensors at SCALA 2017.
- May. 2017: I started a summer research internship at the IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center.
- Mar. 2017: I joined the program committee of the The First Workshop on Knowledge Graphs and Semantics for Text Retrieval and Analysis (KG4IR) at SIGIR 2017.