I'm an undergrad at Georgia Tech studying computer science and linguistics with concentrations in intelligence and theory. I'm very lucky to be advised by Prof. Diyi Yang in the SALT Lab!

My main interests are at the intersection of linguistics and computation -- I love language and am eager to explore how computational models can best take advantage of linguistic knowledge. My current research is focused on natural language processing, computational semantics, and dialectology.

Previously, I have worked at Carrier Global as a machine learning intern, been a research asssistant for DILAC on the works of Ralph Waldo Emerson, and been very fortunate to participate in Google CSRMP.

This summer, I'm excited to continue my exploration into NLP as a research assistant in the Almotion Lab at Technische Hochschule Ingolstadt in Ingolstadt, Germany. This scholarship program is sponsored through RISE DAAD Germany.