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Hello! I am a PhD student at EPFL's NLP Lab, supervised by Dr. Antoine Bosselut. My primary study covers NLP and Machine Learning. Currently, I am working on complex reasoning for Lagre Language Models
I received my bachelor in 2022, at the Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, with a double major in Computer Science and Mathematics.
I recently completed my first research internship at the Allen Institute for AI (AI2). I was a member of the Aristo group and supervised by Kyle Richardson and Ashish Sabharwal. I worked on distilling counterfactual knowledge from large general language models (ex. GPT-3). I am currently in collaboration with AI2.
Prior to EPFL, I was a proud member of Rose-Hulman Computer Science and Software Engineering 2022 where I learned to do research in NLP with Larry Moss from Indiana University and Michael Wollowski. At Rose-Hulman, I was also the lead software developer for the Rose-Hulman Mars Rover Team.
My primary research interest are natural language understanding and reasoning. The fundamental goal of my Ph.D. research is to help intelligent machines achieve a broad range of human cognitive abilities such as learning, comprehension, and reasoning. In particular, I am interested in neural-symbolic reasoners, knowledge representation, meta-learning and life-long learning, improving and probing language models. I wish to contribute to human-centered AI technologies that can benefit human life.
In my free time, I enjoy doing many different things! Too me, work-life balance is an important element of everyone's career journey.
I am a musician. I play five different instruments: piano, flute, saxophone, piccolo, and cello. I enjoy playing classic music.
I also love to play tennis and lift weights in the gym.
I love traveling, visiting different places, and experiencing different cultures.