Hi, I am a fourth-year Ph.D. student at Johns Hopkins University, Center for Language and Speech Processing (CLSP), working with my great supervisors Benjamin Van Durme and Matt Post. My research interest is the intersection of Natural Language Processing, Psycholinguistics, and Machine Learning. Currently, I am working on robust techniques for noisy text processing (e.g. word recognition, parsing, and semantics). I have also been working on NLP for educational purposes: e.g. grammatical error correction, automated short answer scoring, quiz generation, and native language identification.
My long-term research questions are (1) How do people produce and understand languages robustly; and (2) how can I build such a robust language processing mechanism for computers to interact with people via natural language and to solve global problems (such as health and education)?