I am a post-doctoral researcher at the Manning College of Information & Computer Sciences, University of Massachusetts Amherst working with Prof. Mohit Iyyer and a member of the UMass NLP Group.

My main research interest lies at the intersection of natural language processing, sociolinguistics, and cognitive science. Specifically, I focus on the machine translation of creative texts, evaluation of long-form generated text, and multilingual natural language processing.

I hold a Ph.D. from the Department of Language and Information Sciences at the University of Tokyo.


News

  • [Apr. 2024] Our preprint on faithfulness in book-length summaries is out!
  • [Mar. 2024] NarrativeTime was accepted to LREC-COLING 2024!
  • [Dec. 2023] Presented our work at WMT in Singapore.
  • [Nov. 2023] Launched litmt.org, a platform for sharing machine-translated world literature.
  • [May 2023] Virtual talk at Instituto Superior T├ęcnico & Unbabel Seminar on translation with Large Language Models.
  • [Apr. 2023] Virtual talk at Microsoft MT Reading Group on translation with Large Language Models.
  • [Jan. 2023] Virtual talk at Polish Academy of Sciences on Evaluation of Long-form Text Generation.
  • [Dec. 2022] Presented our work on diagnosing automatic evaluation metrics at EMNLP in Abu Dhabi.
  • [Dec. 2022] Presented our work on document-level MT at EMNLP in Abu Dhabi.