About me

I'm a second-year PhD student at CSAIL, and a member of the lovely MIT NLP group. My advisor is Prof. Regina Barzilay. I am generally interested in the linguistic aspects of current NLP systems, and how to design models that can incorporate humans' linguistic knowledge in the form of rules or constraints. I am also excited about multilinguality, and transfer learning in a low-resource vs rich-source scenario.

I have been working on low-resource machine translation, and have also worked on computational morphology. Before coming to MIT, I also worked briefly on sentiment analysis and summarization at PKU.