I am a PhD candidate in Computer Science at UCLA working with Prof. Wei Wang. I earned my bachelor’s degree in Computing from The Hong Kong Polytechnic University with First Class Honours in 2018, advised by Prof. Qin Lu and Prof. Jiannong Cao. I studied as an exchange student at the University of Maryland in 2016. I’ve also spent time at Amazon Alexa AI (working with Dr. Jiun-Yu Kao and Dr. Tagyoung Chung), USC Information Sciences Institute (working with Prof. Nanyun (Violet) Peng and Prof. Muhao Chen), The Chinese University of Hong Kong (working with Prof. Helen Meng), UC Santa Cruz (working with Prof. Marilyn Walker) and MIT (working with Dr. Abel Sanchez and Prof. John R. Williams).
I’m interested in Natural Language Processing, Machine Learning and AI4Science. My research focuses on generative language models, especially in the clinical, medical, and science domains:
Two papers are accepted to AAAI 2024!
|Aug 24 Thu, 10:00-10:20 (IST)
|Wicklow Hall 1
|Oral presentation of the conf paper: Parameter-Efficient Low-Resource Dialogue State Tracking by Prompt Tuning. In the collaboration work with Amazon Alexa AI, we introduce a dialogue state tracking model tuning less than 1% of LM parameters and achieves better low-resource performance with prompt tuning techniques.
University of Maryland, College Park
2016, College Park, MD