I am a second year Ph.D candidate at the University of Rochester
's Computer Science Department
, advised by Len Schubert. My research interests are in the intersection of natural language processing and computer reasoning. I create algorithms that extract formal representations of natural language meaning and structured information to enable computer reasoning in a generalized manner. My long term research goal is to enable computers to robustly understand and use natural language in arbitrary settings.
I am a teaching assistant for CSC 191/291: Machines and Consciousness this spring (2017).
Email: gkim21 AT cs DOT rochester DOT edu
Office: CSB 615
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