I am a graduate student at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU). Previously, I was an undergraduate student at the University of Waterloo and Wilfrid Laurier University. I have a strong passion for data science and machine learning, particularly natural language processing (NLP).
I have extensive research experience and have published at major conferences such as EMNLP and AAAI. I am also an Honorable Mention for the Jessie W.H. Zou Memorial Award and CRA Outstanding Undergraduate Researcher Award. My present interests are mainly in language generation, data augmentation, and dialogue agents.
I am currently working with the Language Technologies Institute (LTI) at CMU on research projects involving controllable generation, data augmentation, and semantics. Previously, I worked with with numerous University of Waterloo professors, including Dr. Jesse Hoey on dialogue agents and semantics and Dr. Pascal Poupart on robust embeddings and machine translation.
Other than research, I enjoy machine learning projects and hackathons. In my free time, I like gaming, playing the piano, and table tennis.
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