I’m a second year PhD student in Natural Language Processing, working with Prof. Jeffrey Flanigan. My research is focused on dialogue understanding, interactive systems, few-shot NLP methods, and continual learning.
Previously, I was a software engineer at Apptio, and before that a computational research intern at the Institute for Systems Biology, where I helped develop methods for automatic metabolic reconstruction of microbes with Prof. Nathan Price. I also completed my BS in computer science at University of Washington. Outside of work and research I enjoy hiking, mountaineering, skiing and otherwise being outdoors!
|Jul 8, 2023||Our work “Diverse Retrieval-Augmented In-Context Learning for Dialogue State Tracking” will be presented at Findings of the ACL, 2023! [paper] [code]|
|Dec 22, 2022||Our work on Dependency Dialogue Acts (DDA) will be presented at IWSDS 2023!|
|Sep 22, 2021||Starting my PhD at UC Santa Cruz working with Prof. Jeffrey Flanigan!|
- Diverse Retrieval-Augmented In-Context Learning for Dialogue State TrackingJul 2023
- Dependency Dialogue Acts — Annotation Scheme and Case StudyIn The 13th International Workshop on Spoken Dialogue Systems Technology, IWSDS 2023, Los Angeles, United States, Feb 2023
- ProbAnnoWeb and ProbAnnoPy: probabilistic annotation and gap-filling of metabolic reconstructionsBioinformatics (Oxford, England), May 2018