I will be presenting my latest work on dialogue state tracking at the SLT workshop in Greece this December!
I'm also applying for faculty positions now, so please let me know of any openings!
I completed my Master of Science degree in June 2015 and am currently pursuing my PhD with Dr. James Glass. My primary research interest is natural language processing (NLP), including both written and spoken language understanding. Previously, I have enjoyed applying machine learning techniques to user intent detection in spoken dialogue systems, semantic tagging, and predicting user purchase behavior from social media. I am currently working on deep learning for a nutrition dialogue system and am also interested in encoder-decoder models for conversational agents, caption generation, and translation.
April 2016, Service Award. Sidney Pacific Graduate Residence.
April 2015, Fellowship. National Defense Science and Engineering Graduate (NDSEG).
March 2015, Honorable Mention. National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowship.
December 2014, Best Rated Poster Presentation Award: Demos. Spoken Language Technology Workshop (SLT), South Lake Tahoe.
Korpusik, M. et al. A System and Method for Semantic Mapping of Natural Language Input to Database Entries via Convolutional Neural Networks. U.S. Provisional Patent Application 15/922394, filed March 15, 2018. Patent Pending.