Hello! I am a fourth-year Ph.D. student in the Department of Computer Science at Georgetown University located in Washington, DC. I am also a member of The Massive Data Institute (MDI) working with Prof. Lisa Singh.
I received my bachelor degree in Computer Engineering from Chulalongkorn University. After working for a short time and realizing my interest in machine learning and its applications, I started pursuing Ph.D. at Georgetown University where I obtained MS degree in computer science as a path toward Ph.D.
My research primarily focuses on Data Science, Natural Language Processing and Social Media Mining.
|2021-03||Our paper has been accepted as a long paper at NAACL 2021.|
|2021-01||I will be interning at Google AI during the summer.|
|2020-11||My neural-network-based model was used to analyze the presidential debates at USAPP.|
|2020-10||Our stance analysis on Twitter during the 1st presidential debate is up at Mccourt School News.|
|2020-08||The project with CNN known as The Breakthrough is reported weekly at CNN Politics.|
|2020-07||Our paper analyzing misinformation about COVID-19 was accepted at Journal of Computational Social Science.|
|2020-06||I start working with CNN, MDI and U of Michigan to analyze public opinions about the US election.|
|2020-05||Our work about COVID-19 misinformation was reported at Washington Post.|
2021 Annual Conference of the North American Chapter of the Association for Computational Linguistics (accepted at NAACL2021)
Journal of Computational Social Science (JCSS2020)
The 25th ACM SIGKDD Conference on Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining (KDD2019)
2016 IEEE International Conference on Teaching, Assessment, and Learning for Engineering (TALE2016).
Best paper award finalist (3 of 87 papers)
13th International Joint Conference on Computer Science and Software Engineering (JCSSE2016)
The 23nd International Display Workshop in conjunction with Asia Display (IDW/AD2016)
The 20th SANKEN International The 15 SANKEN Nanotechnology Symposium (poster)
Research in data science, NLP and social media mining focusing on misinformation and fake news in social media. Collaborate with researchers from CNN and U of Michigan to conduct and weekly report our analysis about the US election at The Breakthrough.
COSC-282 Big Data Analytics (Spring 2018)
COSC-287 Introduction to Data Science (Fall 2019)
Gather requirements, design, development, testing and validation using Ruby on Rails. Successfully developed APIs to reduce back-office operation time by 75% including PDF bill generation, email confirmation, bank account notification for slack, etc.
Research in Neuroscience and Machine Learning mainly using MATLAB and C++. The advisor is Prof. Masayuki Numao. Collaboratively conduct experiments with the Biochemical Lab (Nagai Lab) and develop APIs to collect streaming data from EEG brainwave headset in C++ and apply ML model to evaluate user’s emotions
I was a member of Machine Intelligence and Knowledge Discovery Lab (MIND Lab) conducting research to solve data science problems in real-world including wind power prediction from power plants (time series), emotion prediction from brain wave (neuroscience and ML/AI) and analysis of course materials (text mining)
Apart from being a Ph.D. student, I enjoy a variety of hobbies. I like soccer and used to play soccer every day when I was in high school. I am a big fan of Liverpool team in England. I also like eSport including Dota2 and PUBG. My favorite teams for those games are OG and FaZe Clan, respectively.
When forced indoors, I follow a number of sci-fi and fantasy genre movies, TV series, comics, and novels. Additionally, I am a big fan of new cutting-edge technology, I spend a large amount of my free time exploring the latest technology advancements in the AI world.
I am a freelance programmer. I design and create websites such as an old-style study-abroad website (as requested by the customer to make it as old as possible!) named wlc2china. Since I like games so I also design and create games using Unity3D with C# such as Energy Conservation Game for elementary school students. The game is in the process of getting patent.