I am currently a fourth-year PhD Candidate at University of British Columbia, and my supervisor is Prof.Giuseppe Carenini. My research interest is Automatic Summarization and Discourse Parsing.
Outside of work, I like traveling, dancing and watching movies and shows.
Ph.D. - University of British Columbia, Supervisor: Prof. Giuseppe Carenini (2019 - Now)
M.Sc. - University of British Columbia, Supervisor: Prof. Giuseppe Carenini (2017 - 2019)
B.Sc. - University of Toronto, Advisor: Prof. Gerald Penn (2013-2017)
Research Intern, Azure AI at Microsoft (2022.6-Now)
Research Intern, Semantic Scholar at AI2 (2021.5-2021.11)
Teaching Assistant (CPSC221), University of British Columbia (2017-2018)
Teaching Assistant (CSC236,MAT136, etc.), University of Toronto (2016-2017)
Dec 20, 2022: Our paper Attend to the Right Context: A Plug-and-Play Module for Content-Controllable Summarization now is available on arXiv.
Oct 6, 2022: Our paper Human Guided Exploitation of Interpretable Attention Patterns in Summarization and Topic Segmentation is accepted at the main conference at EMNLP 2022!
Sept 8, 2022: Our paper Entity-based SpanCopy for Abstractive Summarization to Improve the Factual Consistency now is available on arXiv.
Jun 13, 2022: Start my internship at Azure AI, Microsoft!
Feb 24, 2022: Our paper PRIMERA: Pyramid-based Masked Sentence Pre-training for Multi-document Summarization is accepted at the main conference of ACL 2022!
Jan 14, 2022: I’m honored to be one of 2021 Interns of the Year awardees by AI2! (3 recipients in total)
Dec 1, 2021: I finish my thesis proposal, and officially become a PhD candidate!
Aug 26, 2021: Our paper T3-Vis: visual analytic for Training and fine-Tuning Transformers in NLP is accepted at the Demo track of EMNLP 2021!
May 10, 2021: Start my internship at Semantic Scholar, AI2!