The Metropolitan Museum, New York, summer of 2015
Department of Computer Science
University of Rochester
Rochester, NY 14627
Office:631, Computer Studies Building
Just do IT!
BiographyI am currently a 3rd-year PhD student in Computer Science Dept. of University of Rochester. My advisor is Professor Daniel Gildea. My current research areas are Statistical Machine Translation (SMT), Natural Language Generation (NLG) and Deep Learning. I got my Bachelar degree from Northeastern University (China) where I did a bunch of ACM/ICPC competitions. I got my Master degree from Institute of Computing Technology, Chinese Academy of Science (ICT,CAS) advised by Professor Qun Liu. My master resarch topic is mainly about Statistical Machine Translation.
Recent Event2017.03 Our paper entitled "AMR-to-text Generation with Synchronous Node Replacement Grammar" has been accepted by ACL 2017.
2016.09 Our paper entitled "AMR-to-text generation as a Traveling Salesman Problem" has been accepted by EMNLP 2016.
2016.04 My area paper entitled "Word Embedding, Sense Embedding and their Application to Word Sense Induction" has past the area exam.
2017 SpringCSC 246/446 Machine Learning Instructor: Daniel Gildea
Office hours: M/W 10:30am-11:30am, CSB 631
2016 FallCSC 262/462 COMPUTATIONAL INTRO TO STATISTICS Instructor: ANTHONY ALMUDEVAR
Office hours: W/Th 10:30am-11:30am, CSB 631
2016 SpringCSC 246/446 Machine Learning Instructor: Daniel Gildea
Office hours: Tu/Th 10:30am-11:30am, CSB 631
2016 SpringCSC 280 Computer Models and Limitations Instructor: Muthu Venkitasubramaniam
CSC 455 Software Analysis and Improvement Instructor: Ding Chen
2015 FallCSC 448 Statistical Speech and Language Processing Instructor: Daniel Gildea
CSC 453 Dynamic Languages and Software Development Instructor: Ding Chen
CSC 576 Big Data Analytics Instructor: Ji Liu
2015 SpringCSC 446 Machine Learning Instructor: Daniel Gildea
CSC 484 Advanced Algorithm Instructor: Daniel Stefankovic
2014 FallCSC 577 Convex Optimization Instructor: Daniel Gildea
CSC 456 Operating System Instructor: John Criswell
CSC 486 Computational Complexity Instructor: Joel Seiferas
CSC 400 Problem Seminar Instructor: Randal C. Nelson