Second Year Undergraduate student
University of Washington
nfliu [at] washington edu
I'm an undergraduate at the University of Washington, where I hope to major in computer science, linguistics, and statistics.
My research interests have varied with time, and I've done both independent and supervised work in subjects ranging from brain control interfaces, natural language processing, computer modeling of natural processes, and wireless power. Before the University of Washington, I was a research assistant MIT CSAIL's InfoLab group on the START project, UCSB's Bren School of Environmental Science and Management, and the University of Washington Wireless Lab.
My current research interests are in natural language processing and computational social science; I'm currently working on text-based prediction of Supreme Court decisions via amicus briefs with Noah Smith and the ARK research group.
I write code
I use PGP, here are my keys
I occasionally retweet things
I make a blog post once in a blue moon