Dongqi Pu

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M.Sc. in Computer Science (joint degree UvA/VU)

dongqi.me [AT] gmail.com

About

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I am currently a final year M.Sc. student in the Department of Computer Science at University of Amsterdam and Vrije University Amsterdam . My research interests lie primarily in the area of CS ∩ CL ∩ AI.

I finished my master thesis under the supervision of Prof. Khalil Sima'an at the Institute for Logic, Language and Computation, University of Amsterdam. The research topic of my master thesis is how to incorporate dependency probability distributions to help (self-) attention mechanism in Transformer-based model to better pay attention to the syntax relationship between the tokens of input sentences in the Neural Machine Translation (NMT) tasks.

In my free time, I enjoy doing sports (mostly jogging 🏃 and table tennis 🏓 ), traveling, and cooking 🥢. I am very good at cooking Chinese food. Also, I used to be a writer, I like to write poems, novels and lyrics for songs, feel free to click here to listen to the songs I wrote.

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Education

University of Amsterdam Feb. 2020 - Present

M.Sc. Student, Computer Science

Vrije University Amsterdam Feb. 2020 - Present

M.Sc. Student, Computer Science

Central China Normal University Sep. 2015 - Jul. 2019

B.Eng. Student, Software Engineering

National Tsing Hua University Sep. 2018 - Jan. 2019

Exchange Student, Computer Science

Publications

Most recent publications on Google Scholar.
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Passing Parser Uncertainty to the Transformer: Labeled Dependency Distributions for Neural Machine Translation

Dongqi Pu, Khalil Sima'an

Proceedings of the 23rd Annual Conference of the European Association for Machine Translation

Passing Parser Uncertainty to the Transformer: Labeled Dependency Distributions for Neural Machine Translation

Dongqi Pu, Khalil Sima'an

Proceedings of the 23rd Annual Conference of the European Association for Machine Translation

Work Experience

University of Amsterdam Jul. 2021 - Mar. 2022

Master Thesis Student at the Institute for Logic, Language and Computation

Volkswagen Group China Jan. 2021 - Aug. 2021

NLP Intern at the R&D and AI Department

Teaching

University of Amsterdam Expected

Teaching Assistant at the Natural Language Processing 2

Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam Jun. 2021 - Jul. 2021

Teaching Assistant at the Machine Learning for the Quantified Self

Misc.

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Life goal:

I have always hoped that I could make a little contribution to society, and dreamed that I could have a research/work outcome that would benefit many people in the world.