Yingjia Wan (Alisa Wan) is a master’s student in NLP at the University of Cambridge, supervised by Dr Ivan Vulić and Prof Anna Korhonen. Her research interests include multimodal NLP, prompting, debiasing language models, and the intersection of NLP and cognitive science. Her master’s dissertation was on multimodal prompting with human cognition signals on language models. Before that, she graduated top of the cohort as a valedictorian from the University of Macau, with a B.A. in English and a minor in Computer Science.
MPhil in Linguistics (NLP track), 2022-2023
University of Cambridge, UK
Funded Exchange, 2019-2020
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA
B.A. in English Studies, 2017-2021
University of Macau, Macao S.A.R., China
Topic: Enriching Language Models with Human Cognition Data via Multi-Modal Prompt-based Finetuning.
Topic: Examining Bilinguals’ Cognitive Attention to Content Words During Listening Assessments.
Topic: Applying NLP in Developmental Psychology.