Hi! Nice to meet you! I am Chia-Hsuan (Michael) Lee (李佳軒). I am a fourth-year PhD student at University of Washington, where I am advised by Prof. Mari Ostendorf in the Natural Language Processing Group. I also work closely with Prof. Noah A. Smith.

My research interests are deep learning/machine learning and their applications in natural language processing. My recent research interests are

I was also fortunate to be advised by Matthew Richardson and Alex Polozov at Microsoft Research, Melvin Johnson at Google Research, Ankur Bapna and Yu Zhang at Google Brain Research.

I served on organzing comittees of Multilingual Information Access Workshop and program committees of Structured and Unstructured Knowledge Integration Workshop. I review for EMNLP, ACL, NAACL, COLING and ARR.

I have a Master’s degree in computer science from National Taiwan University working with Prof. Lin-Shan Lee, Prof. Hung-Yi Lee and Prof. Yun-Nung Chen on spoken question answering (Spoken-SQuAD, ODSQA, Adversarial Learning SQA).