Hi! Nice to meet you! I am Chia-Hsuan (Michael) Lee (李佳軒). I am a fifth-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 NLP group, 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).

Here is my CV

You can find me at: chiahlee [at] uw [dot] edu