I am a Ph.D. student in the Computer Science Department at Yale University, advised by Prof. Dragomir Radev. I obtained my M.S. in Computer Science at Columbia University SEAS, advised by Prof. Michael Collins. My research interests include the following (details of my past research can be found here):
Natural language processing, with particular interests in language modeling, data-to-text generation, transfer learning across domains and languages, and language grounding to vision and control.
Applying deep learning methods to healthcare and biotechnology, in particular, I have worked on medical image analysis and protein folding problem (3D structure prediction) using deep learning.
Previously, I received my bachelor degree in mathematics and computer science (Summa cum laude) from College of William & Mary in 2018.