Chen Liang

Ph.D. Candidate
College of Information Sciences and Technology
The Pennsylvania State University
Email: cul226 at ist dot psu dot edu
Office: E356 Westgate Building
[Curriculum Vitae]

What's new

  • 05/2018: Successfully defended my dissertation!
  • 04/2018: One paper was accepted by BEA13.
  • 11/2017: "Investigating Active Learning for Concept Prerequisite Learning" was accepted by EAAI'18.
  • 10/2017: Distractor generation paper was accepted by K-CAP'17.
  • 9/2017: Present our work at CLIEDE 2017.

I'm a fifth-year Ph.D. student at the College of Information Sciences and Technology, Pennsylvania State University, working with Prof. C. Lee Giles. Before joining Penn State, I received my Bachelor degree from Department of Computer Science and Technology at Tsinghua University in 2013.
My research interests lie in natural language processing and machine learning. During my Ph.D. study, I develop NLP/ML methods for building educational applications. Specifically, I work on computer-facilitated book creation, concept prerequisite learning, and fill-in-the-blank question generation. Please check out these projects to learn more.

Selected Recent Publications [Full List]

Professional Services


© Chen Liang (Last update: June, 2018)