Cambridge, MA, USA 02138
Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, Harvard University
I am a second-year master’s student at Harvard University . Currently, I am visiting the Social and Language Technologies (SALT) lab, Stanford NLP Group , collaborating with Prof. Diyi Yang. Also, I am a member of the AI4LIFE Group at Harvard SEAS, working with Prof. Hima Lakkaraju.
Previously, I obtained my Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science from TUM , with a minor in Computational Linguistics at LMU . During my undergraduate studies, I was fortunate to be supervised by Prof. Hinrich Schütze and Timo Schick.
My research interests lie in Human-Centered NLP, with a particular focus on: i)
Learning from Human Language; ii)
Learning from Human Interaction and for iii)
Ensuring Reliable Human Impact.
|Nov 16, 2023||Greatly honored to give a talk on my work, Dynamic Aggregation & Auto-Discovery of Linguistic Features, within the Stanford NLP Group.|
|Oct 8, 2023||Two papers are accepted to EMNLP 2023.|
|Oct 7, 2022||I joined the Social and Language Technologies (SALT) lab, Stanford NLP Group, working with Prof. Diyi Yang on social-aware NLP.|
- From Scroll to Misbelief: Modeling the Unobservable Susceptibility to Misinformation on Social Media
- Investigating the Fairness of Large Language Models for Predictions on Tabular DataShort Version in NeurIPS 2023 Workshop on Socially Responsible Language Modelling ResearchUnder Review
- DADA: Dialect Adaptation via Dynamic Aggregation of Linguistic RulesIn Proceedings of the 2023 Conference on Empirical Methods in Natural Language ProcessingEMNLP 2023
- Semantic-Oriented Unlabeled Priming for Large-Scale Language ModelsIn ACL 2023 Workshop on Simple and Efficient Natural Language ProcessingSustaiNLP 2023 Oral Presentation