Hello! I am a 2nd year PhD student at Carnegie Mellon University’s Language Technologies Institute, where I am advised by Emma Strubell and supported by an NSF Graduate Research Fellowship.
Before coming to CMU, I earned a BA in Computer Science and Mathematics at the University of Virginia. I began my research journey at UVA looking for “subtractive” design in patents with Katelyn Stenger and Leidy Klotz. My NLP origin story involves my half-baked bilingualism, a data science internship at the Washington Post, and some generous mentorship from Yangfeng Ji.
I am (very) broadly interested in language, information, and impacts and applications of language technologies.
Misc: I was born and raised in northern Virginia (NoVA). My middle name is 선우 (Seon-Woo) – I am a second generation Korean American. I have a younger brother who is an undergrad here at CMU. In my spare time I like playing piano (especially with other people) and running.
|Oct 2022||Our paper, Train Flat, Then Compress, was accepted to EMNLP Findings ‘22!|
|Aug 2022||Received the Best Novel Work award at the LTI Student Research Symposium :)|
|Aug 2021||Started grad school!|
|Mar 2021||Awarded an NSF Graduate Research Fellowship!|