I am a Lead Scientist at Bosch Research in Sunnyvale, CA, USA. I work in the areas of natural language processing, machine learning, and knowledge representation and reasoning. More specifically, I am interested in the research problems of information extraction, question answering, question generation, and knowledge base construction and utilization. Broadly speaking, I am interested in theoretical foundations and practical algorithms to approach the meaning of natural language computationally. Previously, I obtained a Ph.D. in the Language Technologies Institute of the School of Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon University. My Ph.D. study focused on learnable models for capturing event semantics and structures.


Research Interests

My research interests are in computational semantics, statistical natural language processing, and knowledge representation and reasoning. My general research questions are as follows:


Selected Honors and Awards