I’m an undergraduate student at Brigham Young University studying Computer Science and Statistics. I am broadly interested in Natural Language Processing and Machine Learning: my current research includes natural language understanding, machine learning for NLP, and model evaluation.

I’ve had the privilege to work with several professors during my undergraduate experience: Prof. Kevin Seppi on natural language understanding and meta-learning, with Prof. Nancy Fulda doing natural language generation and with Prof. Quinn Snell doing computational health research into suicide prevention.

I interned with the Allen Institute for Artificial Intelligence (AI2) for the first part of 2020, where I worked on machine reading and analyzed transfer learning. I was advised by Matt Gardner and Sameer Singh and worked with many other great researchers.

I’m currently working with Apple’s Machine Intelligence division for the summer of 2020, researching machine translation with Matthias Sperber.

If you’re interested in getting in contact with me, please email me at {last_name}{first_name}@gmail.com.