Shirley

Contact: shirley@gatech.edu

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Shirley Anugrah Hayati

(she/her)

Hello! 🤗

I'm a PhD student at the School of Interactive Computing, Georgia Institute of Technology, working with Diyi Yang at SALT Lab.

Broadly, my research aims to combine NLP with human-computer interaction and computational social science.

Specifically, I am interested in:

  • understanding human behavior through NLP methods
  • exploring the field of stylistic analysis
  • designing fair and interpretable NLP
  • connecting psychology and cultural study with NLP for social good.

I obtained my masters degree from Carnegie Mellon University Language Technologies Institute and my bachelor degree in computer science from Universitas Indonesia.

Before my PhD, I worked as a research specialist at the University of Pennsylvania with Lyle Ungar and Ian Barnett on stylistic studies, explainable NLP, and digital phenotyping.


Updates


Selected Publications

Does BERT Learn as Humans Perceive? Understanding Linguistic Styles through Lexica

Shirley Anugrah Hayati, Dongyeop Kang, Lyle Ungar
EMNLP 2021 Main Conference


INSPIRED: Toward Sociable Recommendation Dialog Systems

Shirley Anugrah Hayati, Dongyeop Kang, Qingxiaoyang Zhu, Weiyan Shi, Zhou Yu
EMNLP 2020 Main Conference


Retrieval-Based Neural Code Generation

Shirley Anugrah Hayati, Raphael Olivier, Pravalika Avvaru, Anthony Tomasic, Graham Neubig
EMNLP 2018



Miscellaneous

I grew up in Tangerang Selatan, Indonesia. My hobbies are writing stories, reading novels, drawing characters, making comics, learning new languages, and traveling. I also enjoy photography and video editing.

Spending two years in Pittsburgh makes me fall in love with vermillion leaves 🍂 in fall and snowy winter wonderland ❄️ (winter without snow is no fun!). Meanwhile, California keeps me excited in spring 🌹 and summer 🌻. How about Atlanta? I LOVE the nature!! ❤ Now hiking is my new hobby 💃🏻

If you want to talk about computer science, research in human-centered NLP, or grad school, feel free to reach out to me! 😁

I like naming projects or characters, so if you want name ideas, ping me as well and I'll be happy to suggest one! 😉