Greetings! I am a first-year Ph.D. student at the Toyota Technological Institute at Chicago, advised by Prof. Karen Livescu and Prof. Kevin Gimpel. Prior to that, I received my B.S. degree from Peking University, China.
My research interests are in computational linguistics and natural language processing. I am generally interested in learning and representing semantics with computational models, especially artificial neural networks. Recently, I am studying the problem of semantics (SMXJS '18) and syntax (SMGL '19) acquisition from natural supervision, as well as analyzing structural sentential semantic representation (SZCL '18) and developing algorithms for understanding visual scene (SCH '17) which may help. I have also contributed to learning and understanding embeddings of polysemous words (SLH '16, SSH '18).