I am a second year of doctoral student and research assistant in CluLab in the Department of Computer Science at UofA. I received my Master degree in Computer Science from William & Mary in Virginia, and my Bachelor degree of Computer Science & Technology from Beijing Institute of Technology in China. I was a Graduate Teaching Assistant for several courses (Principles of Programming Languages, Computer Organization, Concepts of Computer Science, Innovation Integrated Design and Practice). I also worked as a software engineer co-op in AIR Worldwide Corporation in Boston.
My research focuses on Natural Language Processing, Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence.
What long-term project do you want to work on?
I am working on a project called Discovering White Spaces in Scientific Knowledge. At the meanwhile, I will work on a dialogue system project in a long-term.
What do you enjoy most about your work?
I enjoy reading the various interesting works in this research field, working in the friendly working environment, cooperating with kind and helpful colleagues.
What are your career goals
I aim to be a professional research scientist and work on projects that have real impact in the world.
Tell us something interesting about yourself!
I like colorful flowers, and hope one day I can have my own yard to grow different plants, and I will share the blooms and fruits with my friends and coworkers. I also like decorating my personal space and having everything well organized.