I'm a research specialist at the University of Pennsylvania working with Ian Barnett and Lyle Ungar on NLP for social good (specifically in the area of stylistic analysis) and digital phenotyping. In 2019, I graduated from the Language Technologies Institute at Carnegie Mellon University, for my masters degree.
My research interest is computational social science, such as computational psychology, as well as combining natural language processing with human-computer interaction.
At CMU, I was fortunate to be advised by Eduard Hovy and Anthony Tomasic. I also collaborated with Geoff Kaufman from CMU HCII for a project about analyzing gender bias on AI in media and Graham Neubig for a code generation task.
As an HCI and design enthusiast, I have a medium link for my design portfolio when I took Service Design class at CMU School of Design.
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I grew up in Tangerang Selatan, Indonesia. My hobbies are writing stories, reading novels, drawing characters, making comics, 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.