Hello! I'm a MS/BS/BA candidate at Stanford University studying Computer Science and Music. I'm a pianist, organist, and violinist—check out my YouTube channel! I'm an AI researcher who's broadly interested in making language models more accessible and interpretable. In addition, I'm also active in North American Computational Linguistics Olympiad and in various organizations at Stanford, such as the Stanford Symphony and Cardinal Free Clinics.
I'm honored to be part of the Stanford NLP Group! In my research, I'm broadly interested in making language models more accessible and interpretable. This includes not only using the tools of linguistics to shed light about the behavior of modern deep learning models, but also coming up with ways to make cutting-edge systems more accessible to the world at large. I am also part of the AI for Healthcare Bootcamp under the auspices of the Stanford ML Group. Previously, I was also fortunate to be able to collaborate on a case study in immunology at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center.
I'm a pianist, organist, and violinist! Currently, I study piano with Dr. Frederick Weldy and organ with Dr. Robert Huw Morgan. I also enjoy playing violin in the Stanford Symphony, where I serve as Co-Vice President. For more of my recent performances, check out my YouTube channel.
Here are some projects and other fun things I've worked on that I've really enjoyed!
North American Computational Linguistics Olympiad
I enjoy working with NACLO to design linguistics puzzles for high school students
which draw on current linguistic and computational linguistic research.
Here's one of my favorite problems!
In high school, I was a double silver medalist at the International Linguistics Olympiad. Currently, I help coach the American IOL team.
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