Hi! I am a second-year PhD student in computer science at the University of Washington, advised by Professors Yejin Choi and Noah Smith. My research interests span natural language processing and machine learning. I am particularly interested in developing algorithms for dataset creation that lead to more robust and reliable models.

I graduated in June 2020 from Northwestern University with majors in computer science and math. There, I was super fortunate to learn about the world of research through natural language processing and computer audition with Professor Doug Downey, Professor Bryan Pardo, and Dr. Prem Seetharaman.

Interests
  • Natural language processing
  • Machine learning
Education
  • PhD student, 2020 - present

    University of Washington

  • BA in Computer Science, Mathematics, 2020

    Northwestern University

Publications

Generated Knowledge Prompting for Commonsense Reasoning. In ACL, 2022.
DExperts: Decoding-Time Controlled Text Generation with Experts and Anti-Experts. In ACL, 2021.
Model Selection for Deep Audio Source Separation via Clustering Analysis. In DCASE (Best Student Paper Award), 2020.
Bach or Mock? A Grading Function for Chorales in the Style of J.S. Bach. In ML4MD Workshop at ICML, 2020.
Incorporating Music Knowledge in Continual Dataset Augmentation for Music Generation. In ML4MD Workshop at ICML, 2020.
CODAH: An Adversarially-Authored Question Answering Dataset for Common Sense. In RepEval Workshop at NAACL, 2019.