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I am an assistant professor in the Computer Science department at Princeton University. Before Princeton, I spent a year as a visiting research scientist at OpenAI. I received my PhD from MIT in 2017, advised by Prof. Regina Barzilay.
My research spans the areas of natural language processing and reinforcement learning, with a view towards building intelligent agents that learn to operate in the world through both experience and existing human knowledge
I will be taking new PhD students this year. If you are interested in working with me, please apply to the graduate program in Princeton CS and mention me in your application.
Conference reviewing: ACL (‘15,’16,’17, ‘18), EMNLP (‘15,’17, ‘18), ICLR (‘18, ‘19), NAACL (‘16, ‘18), NIPS (‘16), AAAI (‘19), ICML(‘19)
Journal reviewing: TACL (‘15,’16)
|Oct 25, 2018||Grounding Language for Transfer in Deep Reinforcement Learning accepted to JAIR.|
|Oct 14, 2017||Representation Learning for Grounded Spatial Reasoning is accepted to TACL.|
|Feb 10, 2017||Our work on global unsupervised morphology is accepted to TACL.|
|Oct 22, 2016||Our paper on information extraction with reinforcement learning wins the best paper award at EMNLP 2016!|
|Sep 15, 2015||Our work on language understanding for text-based games receives an honorable mention for best paper at EMNLP 2015.|