My name is Yijia Liu. Now, I am a PhD candidate in Research Center for Social Computing and Information Retrieval. One of my research interests is natural language processing, like Chinese word segmentation. I am also interested in machine learning. You can find the CV from here.
I received my bachelor and master degree from School of Computer Science, Harbin Institute of Technology. I used to be a sport programmer, and competed on behalf of HIT ACM/ICPC Group. The best result I have achieved is silver medal in Asia Regional Contest.
In 2011, I worked as an intent developer in the NLP department of Baidu Inc. In 2014, I spent a year working as a research assistant in Singapore University of Technology and Design, and it was a nice experience that I appreciate. In 2016, I spent another year visiting Noah A. Smith’s ARK in University of Washington. We worked on a wide range of interesting topics and I enjoy myself a lot in Seattle.
‘Yijia’ in Chinese actually pronounce the same as ‘one plus’. That’s why I use such id over the Internet. Well, static is just a bad programmer joke.
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