Tongfei Chen

I am a Ph.D. candidate in the Center for Language and Speech Processing at Johns Hopkins University, working with my advisor Prof. Benjamin Van Durme.

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.

Arya D. McCarthy
Tongfei Chen
Rachel Rudinger
David W. Matula
Scaling multi-domain dialog state tracking via query reformulation
NAACL 2019 Industry
Pushpendre Rastogi
Arpit Gupta
Tongfei Chen
Lambert Mathias
Improved lexically-constrained decoding for translation and monolingual rewriting
NAACL 2019
J. Edward Hu
Patrick Xia
Huda Khayrallah
Ryan Culkin
Tongfei Chen
Matt Post
Benjamin Van Durme
Yiming Wang
Xing Fan
I-Fan Chen
Yuzong Liu
Tongfei Chen
Björn Hoffmeister
Tongfei Chen
Jiří Navrátil
Vijay Iyengar
Karthikeyan Shanmugam
NIST TAC SM-KBP 2018 system description: JHU/UR pipeline
TAC 2018
Patrick Xia
Elias Stengel-Eskin
Tongfei Chen
Seth Ebner
Nils Holzenberger
Ryan Culkin
Pushpendre Rastogi
Xutai Ma
Benjamin Van Durme
Rashmi Sankepally
Tongfei Chen
Benjamin Van Durme
Douglas W. Oard
Hainan Xu
Tongfei Chen
Dongji Gao
Yiming Wang
Ke Li
Nagendra Goel
Yishay Carmiel
Daniel Povey
Sanjeev Khudanpur
Benjamin Van Durme
Tom Lippincott
Kevin Duh
Deana Burchfield
Adam Poliak
Cash Costello
Tim Finin
Scott Miller
James Mayfield
Philipp Koehn
Craig Harman
Dawn Lawrie
Chandler May
Max Thomas
Annabelle Carrell
Julianne Chaloux
Tongfei Chen
Alex Comerford
Mark Dredze
Benjamin Glass
Shudong Hao
Patrick Martin
Pushpendre Rastogi
Rashmi Sankepally
Travis Wolfe
Ying-Ying Tran
Ted Zhang
Towards typesafe deep learning in Scala
NEScala 2018