I am a senior research scientist in Google Research working on natural language processing and data mining. My research aims to assist humans to better interact with AI systems for knowledge acquisition, decision making, and creative thinking.
I completed my Ph.D. at University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign (UIUC), advised by Prof. Jiawei Han. Prior to UIUC, I received my bachelor degree from Shanghai Jiao Tong University IEEE Honored Class, under the supervision of Prof. Xinbing Wang.
Sept. 2023 - One paper on LLM-based Attributed Training Data Generation is accepted in NeurIPS 2023 Dataset and Benchmark Track.
June 2023 - One paper on Corpus-Based Relation Extraction is accepted in ECMLPKDD 2023.
Apr. 2023 - Three papers about LLMs are accepted in ACL 2023.
Apr. 2023 - One paper on Few-Shot Biomedical Knowledge Fusion is accepted in SIGIR 2023.
Mar. 2023 - One paper on Chain-of-Thought Prompt Understanding is accepted in ICLR 2023 (ME-FoMo Workshop).
Jan. 2023 - Two papers on Explanation-enhanced news headline hallucination detection and Unsupervised Event Chain Mining are accepted in WWW 2023.
Oct. 2022 - My book on Automated Taxonomy Discovery and Exploration is published in Springer Nature.
Oct. 2022 - Together with Dongha Lee, our work on Generation-based Topic Taxonomy Completion is accepted in EMNLP 2022 Findings.
Apr. 2022 - Gave a guest lecture at Virginia Tech CS 5824 Advanced Machine Learning.
Area of Interests
My primary areas of interests in research include:
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