Welcome here! I am Xing-yuan Zhao([ɕɪŋ˥˥ y̯ɛn˧˥ ʈʂɑʊ˥˩] 趙,星媛). I'm currently a PhD student in linguistics at UC San Diego. Before that, I received my master degree in Language Technologies Institute at Carnegie Mellon University, and bachelor degree in Translation and Linguistics from Zhejiang University, where I minored in Computer Science.
My research interests span from computational linguistics to natural language processing. In particular, I am interested in machine learning methods that are linguistically motivated, and the computational approaches that answer the scientific questions of linguistics. My goal is to build natural language processing systems that are more close to human cognition and encoded with human knowledge.
Advisor: Prof. Leon Bergen
Advisor: Prof. Graham Neubig, Prof. Alan Black, Prof. Lori Levin, Prof. Antonios Anastasopoulos
Advisor: Prof. Junying Liang
Advisor: Prof. Hu Han
Multi-word Expression in Cross-lingual Word Embeddings
Automatic Interlinear Glossing for Under-Resourced Languages Leveraging Translations
Two-Stage Label Embedding via Neural Factorization Machines for Multi-label Classification
C. Chen, H. Wang, W. Liu, X. Zhao, T. Hu, G. Chen
Robust Remote Heart Rate Estimation from Face Utilizing Spatial-temporal Attention
X. Niu*, X. Zhao*, H. Han, A. Das, A. Dantcheva, S. Shan, X. Chen
IEEE FG '19.