I am a 3rd year Ph.D. student in the Department of Computer Science at Ohio State University. My research focus is on computational linguistics, natural language processing, and social media. My recent work is about large-scale sentential paraphrases collection in Twitter (EMNLP 2017) and deep neural networks for paraphrase identification (NAACL 2018). I am lucky to work with Professor Wei Xu, who is the best advisor I have ever met.
I also did research on wireless networks and data center networks. In 2014, I interned at Microsoft Research Asia and solved incast problem in data center by developing rate shaping tool (ICNP 2014).
Prior to joining OSU, I received my B.E. in computer science from University of Science and Technology of China (USTC) in 2014. At USTC, I did research on facial expression recognition with deep boltzmann machine (ACII 2013).