I am a PhD student in Computer Science at the University of Chicago under supervision of Prof. Chenhao Tan in CHAI lab. My current research focuses on information solicitation which aims to characterize valuable information from the noisy dataset and facilitates a more effective data recording process.
I spent a wonderful year at University of Colorado Boulder before transferred to UChicago. Before joining CU, I was a research assistant in Natural Language Processing and Sentiment Analysis Lab (NLPSA) at Academia Sinica supervised by Dr. Lun-Wei Ku. My research at NLPSA included modeling language in discourse by deep learning model with applications among dialogue emotion recognition and visual storytelling. Prior to that, I got a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science at National Taiwan University and did undergraduate research with Prof. Lin-shan Lee on utterance-level emotion recognition in speech.
|2021-6||My intern work with Amazon Alexa, Answer Generation for Retrieval-based Question Answering Systems, is accepted to Findings of ACL 2021 (short) !|
|2021-2||The code for Characterizing the Value of Information in Medical Notes is out! (value-of-medical-notes)|
|2021-2||Presenting our Findings of EMNLP paper at AI4BC workshop!|
|2020-11||I will present our Findings of EMNLP paper at Clinical NLP workshop!|
|2020-09||Our paper Characterizing the Value of Information in Medical Notes is accepted to Findings of EMNLP 2020 !|
|2020-05||I will join Amazon Alexa Search as applied scientist intern this summer.|