AI Research Intern @ NASA
NLP Research @ JLab
Computer Science & Statistics Student @ UC Santa Cruz
I'm an undergraduate Computer Science student at UC Santa Cruz working within the intersection of Deep Learning and Natural Language Processing. I am fortunate to be advised by Dr. Jeffrey Flanigan.
My research interests include: (1) Interpretability, Explainability, and Robustness of large transformer-based language models, (2) Few-shot cross-lingual Transfer Learning, and (3) Efficient NLP. I'm currently investigating the adaptation of monolingual language models to unseen low-resource languages with prompt-based learning.
I've previously worked on Fraud Detection at Capital One and Language Classification and Conversational AI at SapientX. In my free time, I enjoy working out and watching sports; I occasionally dabble in sports analytics research.
2022-10-29: Best Paper @ CMSAC '22 in the Student Methodology track!
2022-10-04: One paper accepted at CMSAC '22. See you soon CMU!
2022-06-13: First day at Capital One! Excited to work on interesting problems and explore San Francisco