Hi, I am a Ph.D. student at MIT Media Lab, advised by Professor Deb Roy. I am affiliated with Center for Constructive Communication, formerly known as Laboratory for Social Machines (LSM). My research interests lie at the intersection of Natural Language Processing (NLP) and Human Communication, with a focus on enhancing both human-computer interaction and human-human communication.
#AI4Comm #NLP: I develop novel methods to align Large Language Models (LLMs) with humans to improve the efficacy of Human-AI Interaction (HAI). Additionally, I draw upon social sciences and cognitive science to identify techniques that could enable constructive human-human communication with the help of AI. Ultimately, my research aims to develop AI systems that can facilitate effective and meaningful communication between humans and between humans and machines.
Previously, I graduated with M.S. in Symbolic Systems from Stanford University, where I was fortunate to be advised by Professor Michael C. Frank. At Stanford, I worked as a teaching assistant in CS224N Natural Language Processing with Deep Learning for Professor Christopher Manning. I also TA-ed and participated in developing Stanford first NLP + Ethics class CS384 Ethical and Social Issues in NLP for Professor Dan Jurafsky. Besides, I was affiliated with the following groups: Stanford Language and Cognition Lab, Stanford Natural Language Processing Group, Stanford Machine Learning Group.
Don't hesitate to email me if you are interested in research opportunities or want to collaborate. I constantly mentor undergrad and grad students from MIT, Harvard, and other schools.