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I am a Research Scientist in the Machine Translation Team at Microsoft. I received my MS in Language Technologies at the School of Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University, advised by professor Florian Metze.
My research interests are mainly in Sequence Modeling and Representation Learning, with a strong focus on text and speech applications. More specifically, I am interested in:
Building computational models which could capture rich sequence-level phenomena (e.g. compositionality, long-tail semantics, multi-modal sequence interactions, etc.) at different scales.
Constructing compact percept representations which could allow manipulations at different levels of abstraction.
The overarching goal of my research is to build natural language applications which could be reliably used in rich real-world settings.
|Mar 2021||Papers on Hallucinations and Searchable Hidden Intermediates accepted at NAACL|
|Aug 2020||Papers Accepted at ACL Repl4NLP Workshop, CIKM, EMNLP Findings|
|Mar 2020||Serving on ACL-SRW, ALVR, EMNLP, AACL 2020 Program Committees|
|Oct 2019||Paper on Compositionality in NMT accepted at a NeurIPS Workshop|
|Sep 2019||Work on Visually-Grounded NMT accepted at INLG|
|Aug 2019||Giving a talk at CMU LTI Student Research Symposium|
|Jul 2019||Received ACL-SRW Travel Grant, will be presenting 2 Word embedding papers|