I'm a fifth-year PhD student in Berkeley EECS, where I am advised by Dan Klein and affiliated with Berkeley NLP and BAIR. I am also a part-time researcher at Microsoft Semantic Machines, where I work with Jason Eisner and Jacob Andreas. I was previously funded by the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program.

Before coming to Berkeley, I was an undergrad at Brown University, where I majored in math and linguistics and was advised by Ellie Pavlick.

My research focuses on natural language processing, with an emphasis on building systems that can efficiently collaborate with humans via language in rich grounded environments. I have worked on:

I have also worked on computational psycholinguistics, historical language reconstruction, and interfaces for language documentation. Please see here for a full list of publications, or visit my Google Scholar.