From Fall 2022, I’m co-leading UtahNLP. Please check out my contact / FAQ page before reaching out.
- Fateme Hashemi Chaleshtori
- Jacob Johnson (from Fall 2023)
- Nate Stringham (from Fall 2023)
- Dana EeJae Ahn
I had a pleasure to work with great undergraduate and PhD students during my time in AI2/UW. If you’re considering me as a potential advisor, I encourage you to reach out to them to hear about their experience working with me.
AI2 Predoctoral Researchers
- Alexis Ross (→ MIT PhD)
UW Underaguate Researchers
- Kaiser Sun (→ META/FAIR Residency → JHU PhD)
- Millicent Li (→ META/FAIR Residency → Northeastern PhD)
AI2 PhD Interns
- Abhilasha Ravichander (CMU)
- Shruti Palaskar (CMU)
- Mimansa Jaiswal (UMich)
- Alexander M. Hoyle (UMD)
- Sarah Wiegreffe (Georgia Tech)
- Zhanming Allan Jie (SUTD)
Finding a good research problem to work on [Click to expand!]
Every PhD is different by Maxwell Forbes
Research Taste Exercises by Christopher Olah
How to do influential research: a few lessons learned by Xiaodong He
How To Choose a Good Scientific Problem by Uri Alon
Doing the work [Click to expand!]
Organizing and evaluating research ideas by Marco Tulio Ribeiro
Working with your advisor [Click to expand!]
Should You Take My Advice? by Jimmy Lin
How to share progress with your mentors/collaborators? by Jia-Bin Huang
How to do research with my mentors effectively? by Jia-Bin Huang
Work-life balance [Click to expand!]
Stress in Research. Part I: The Tournament and the Axe by Charles Sutton
Stress in Research. Part II: Research Worth and Self-Worth by Charles Sutton
Stress in Research. Part III: The Trouble about Freedom by Charles Sutton
Stress in Research. Part IV: A Tsunami of Logistics by Charles Sutton
Stress in Research. Part V: If you really are an Impostor, then it’s not a Syndrome by Charles Sutton
Collections [Click to expand!]
Good Citizen of CVPR has so many good talks covering a wide range of topics.
Awesome Tips is an extensive list of advices by Jia-Bin Huang.
“A repository of links with advice related to grad school applications, research, phd etc” by Shaily Bhatt.
Getting a Computer Science PhD in the USA by Shriram Krishnamurthi.