About me


I am a PhD student in Electrical & Computer Engineering at Purdue University under supervision of Prof. Christopher Brinton. My current research focuses on video-watching clickstream analysis which aims to identify learners' behavior from MOOC dataset. My research interests span machine learning and deep learning method including but not limited to Natural Language Process, Computer Vision and Multi-modal processing.

Before joining Purdue, I was a research assistant in Natural Language Processing and Sentiment Analysis (NLPSA) Lab at Academia Sinica supervised by Dr. Lun-Wei Ku. My research at NLPSA included vision-to-language projects, such as visual storytelling and video question answering. Prior to that, I got a master’s degree in Electrical and Control Engineering at National Chiao Tung University and did graduate research with Prof. Bing-Fei Wu on image-based heart rate detection.

Feel free to contact me if you are interested in my research or have any questions. I am more than happy to hear from you!

Full CV: pdf.