I am a fifth year PhD student in the Computer and Information Science Department at the University of Pennsylvania. I work in the Cognitive Computation Group under the guidance of Dan Roth.

My research interests lie in natural language processing, with a focus on exploiting cross-lingual embeddings for language understanding.


Recent News

  • Two papers accepted in EMNLP 2018! - On The Importance of Joint Multilingual Supervision for Cross-lingual Entity Linking with Nitish Gupta and Dan Roth; and on Bootstrapping Transliteration with Guided Discovery for Low-Resource Languages with Jordan Kodner and Dan Roth.
  • Paper on robust cross-lingual hypernymy detection with Yogarshi Vyas, Marine Carpuat and Dan Roth accepted to NAACL 2018!
  • Paper based on my MSR Boston internship work on learning multi-sense embeddings using multilingual signals wins Best Paper Award at Repl4NLP 2017!
    Thanks Adam, Matt, Kai-Wei and James for the awesome time at Boston!