I am a PhD candidate in the Interactive Robotics and Vision Laboratory at the University of Minnesota, advised by Dr. Dongyeop Kang and Dr. Stephen J Guy.

Research Interests

I have research experience in both cognitive science and computer science, and I’m interested in bridging these two areas of study to create cognitive systems for intelligent agents. My current work involves incorporating eye tracking signals into the training and evaluation process of various natural language processing models. I believe a cognitively grounded approach to artificial intelligenece has the potential to unlock more intuitive and explainable intelligent systems.

I belong to the NLP Group at the University of Minnesota.