Yang Xu徐炀

Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Computer Science
Department of Computer Science
San Diego State University
Email: yxu4 AT sdsu DOT edu
Office: Room 542 GMCS Building, San Diego, CA 92115

What's new

  • 5/2019: Our paper on subword embeddings modeling language change is accepted to the 1st International Workshop on Computational Approaches to Historical Language Change (LChange'19) colocated at ACL 2019!
  • 4/2019: We have an abtract and poster on modeling language change in Chinese accepted to CogSci 2019!
  • 11/2018: Our extened poster on alignment is affected by lexical surprisal is accepted to SCiL 2019!
  • 5/2018: Our paper on how social power influence alignment (or not) in dialogue is accepted to ACL 2018!
  • 2/2018: Give an invited talk at Department of CS, SDSU!

I am an Assistant Professor at Department of Computer Science, San Diego State University.

My research interest lies in the intersection of computational linguistics, psycholinguistics, and cognitive sciences. I use machine learning and other computational methods to study the short-term adaptation and long-term change in language.

I am hiring 1 to 2 highly self-motivated Ph.D. students starting from Fall semester 2020. Please click here or here for more information.


Bio

2018 -- Now: Assistant Professor of Computer Science, San Diego State University
2018: Ph.D., Information Sciences and Technology, The Pennsylvania State University
2013: M.S., Psychology, Tsinghua University
2010: B.S., Electronic Engineering, Tsinghua University


Last updated time: November 2019