Junjie Hu | 胡俊杰

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Language Technologies Institute

School of Computer Science

Carnegie Mellon University

Office: GHC 5503

Email: {junjieh}AT{cs}DOT{cmu}DOT{edu}

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Biography

I am a PhD student in Language Technologies Institute, School of Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU), working with Jaime Carbonell and Graham Neubig. I am fortunately supported by Research Fellowship at CMU. I spent the summer and fall of 2019 interning at Google AI (Translate Team) on cross-lingual transfer learning research, and interned at Microsoft Research Redmond on multi-modal machine learning research during the summer of 2018. Prior to joining CMU, I earned my M.Phil. degree at Chinese University of Hong Kong under the supervision of Irwin King and Michael R. Lyu.

Research Interest

My research interest lies in machine learning and natural language processing in general. Specifically, I am now working on machine translation, cross-lingual adaptation, transfer learning and domain adaptation.In particular, I am interested in designing both linguistically motivated and learning efficient models to solve NLP problems.

Recent Publication

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