Yulia Tsvetkov

yulia I am an assistant professor in the Language Technologies Institute, School of Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon University. My research interests are at or near the intersection of natural language processing, machine learning, linguistics, and social science. Prior to joining LTI, I was a postdoc in the Stanford NLP Group, and before that I got my PhD from CMU.
Here are my CV and Google Scholar page.


Research projects in my group currently focus on language generation (e.g., controllable text generation, continuous-output generation, GANs for text), multilinguality (e.g., open-vocabulary machine translation, polyglot models, entrainment in code-switching), automated negotiation, and NLP for social good (e.g., identification of microaggressions and dehumanization in online interactions, identification of misinformation and agenda-setting in news, preventing scientific misconduct).

Teaching

  • Spring 2019 - Computational Ethics for NLP (with Alan W Black)
  • Fall 2018 - Algorithms for NLP (with Robert Frederking)
  • Spring 2018 - Computational Ethics for NLP (with Alan W Black)
  • Publications