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Currently I am a Ph.D. student in Language Technologies Institute of School of Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon University, working with Prof. Alexander I. Rudnicky. I also received my M.S. in Language Technologies from CMU in 2013, and hold a M.S. and a B.S. in Computer Science and Information Engineering from National Taiwan University, where I am a member of NTU Digital Speech Processing Lab under supervision of Prof. Lin-Shan Lee in 2008.
My research interests focus on spoken dialogue system, spoken language understanding, multimodel speech application, speech summarization, key term extraction, and spoken term detection. I received Best Student Paper Awards at IEEE ASRU 2013 and IEEE SLT 2010, and a Best Student Paper Nominee at INTERSPEECH 2012. (See my presentation at award talk of SLT 2010...) Besides, I regularly publish papers at speech conferences such as INTERSPEECH, NAACL-HLT, ICASSP, SLT, and ASRU.
|2013/12||<Best Student Paper Award> the first prize of three awarded papers from IEEE ASRU 2013.|
|2013/09||Our full paper "Unsupervised Induction and Filling of Semantic Slots for Spoken Dialogue System Using Frame-Sematic Parsing" is accepted by IEEE ASRU 2013. [program]|
|2013/08||presentation for our paper "Multi-Layer Mutually Reinforced Random Walk with Hidden Parameters for Improved Multi-Party Meeting Summarization" at ISCA INTERSPEECH 2013, Lyon, France. [program] [slide]|
|2013/07||Our short paper "Prosody-Based Speech Summarization with Two-Layed Mutually Reinforced Random Walk" is accepted by IJCNLP 2013. [program]|
|2013/08||<Best Poster Award> 2 selected posters from CMU LTI SRS, U.S.A..|
|2013/05||<MOE Technologies Incubation Scholarship> 1st place of 4 selected people awarded by Ministry of Education, Taiwan.|
|2013/05||<Government Scholarship for Studying Abroad> 9 selected people in EECS are awarded by Ministry of Education, Taiwan.|
|2013/05||Our full papers "Multi-Layer Mutually Reinforced Random Walk with Hidden Parameters for Improved Multi-Party Meeting Summarization" is accepted by ISCA INTERSPEECH 2013. [program]|
|2013/04||<The US Google Anita Borg Memorial Scholarship Finalist> with $1,000 award from Google. [link]|