04C20 Fachbereich 12
35043 Marburg Germany
I am Ph.D. student advised by Prof. Lucie Flek at the University of Bonn, Germany in the Conversational AI and Social Analytics (CAISA) lab, studying natural language processing (NLP). I began my Ph.D. studies at the University of Michigan with Prof. Rada Mihalcea in the LIT lab.
My research focuses on computational social science and conversation dynamics in goal-oriented settings and interpersonal interactions involving particular social intents, such as persuasion and offering support. I work with various domains and contexts, such as online forums for supportive and opinionated interactions, and clinical conversations, in which I investigate stance dynamics and empathetic interactions, and transfer learning to better model social NLP tasks. I am also interested in developing theory-driven empathy research approaches for NLP that consider the complex affective and cognitive processes and social factors that influence empathetic expression and perception.
|Sep 5, 2023||Giving a talk “Modeling empathy in NLP for Support-Oriented Interactions” at University of Michigan CSE.|
|Sep 4, 2023||Fabian Lechner is presenting our paper Challenges of GPT‑3‑based Conversational Agents for Healthcare at RANLP 2023|
|Aug 24, 2023||We just wrapped up a successful 2-week interdisciplinary Social Natural Language Processing workshop at Stony Brook University. Feel free to reach out if you’d like access to the materials.|
|Aug 18, 2023||Giving a talk “Social NLP for Discourse & Conversation” on my PhD research at Stony Brook Department of Computer Science.|
|Jul 24, 2023||I started a summer research internship in the Human Language Analysis Beings (HLAB) at Stony Brook University.|