I'm a PhD student in the Linguistics Department at Stanford University and member of the Natural Language Processing Group and the Interactional Sociophonetics Lab. My primary advisor is Dan Jurafsky.
My research interests include natural language processing, social meaning, sociophonetics and interactional variation, Chinese and Japanese linguistics, gesture and embodiment, and applications of linguistic research to social good.
Thanks for stopping by, and I hope to see you around!
I'm co-chairing two workshops in 2018, both of which you should consider submitting to!
For one, the ACL Student Research Workshop is designed for PhD, MA, and advanced undergraduate students interested in getting mentoring and feedback on their research both before and after submission. The associated papers will be presented in a poster session co-located with the main ACL conference next summer in Melbourne, and travel grants are potentially available for participants, so if you know anyone who might be a good fit let them know to submit!
Furthermore, the Second Workshop on Abusive Language Online is concerned with the important issue of how to understand and address abusive language on the internet. It will be co-located with EMNLP in Brussels at the end of next October, so if you're doing relevant work please consider submitting!
|2014-present||PhD, Linguistics||Stanford University|
|2011-2013||MA, East Asian Studies||Stanford University|
|2010-2011||Fulbright Scholar||National Taiwan Normal University|
|2008-2009||Certificate, China Studies||The Hopkins-Nanjing Center|
|2004-2008||BA, Chinese||Vassar College|