Jeff Da

I (he/him/his) am a fourth-year undergraduate in the Paul G. Allen School of Computer Science & Engineering at the University of Washington. I'm working in the UW NLP research group with Prof. Yejin Choi, and work on relating language and the physical world with machine learning.

Previously, I worked at Facebook, Palantir, and Expo. I also ran Dubhacks, the UW chapter of the Association for Computing Machinery, and taught data structures.

I love talking with other students about careers in tech, getting involved with research, undergraduate organizations, interviewing, or otherwise stressful college experiences - let's get in touch!

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News
  • 2019-09 Long paper on contextural commonsense accepted to EMNLP 2019 COIN.
  • 2019-09 Long paper on relating knowledge graphs + transformers accepted to EMNLP 2019 COIN.
  • 2019-06 Thanks to NSF for sponsorship.
  • 2019-06 Awarded Hellmut Golde Scholarship.
Research

I publish under either moniker "Jeffrey Da" or "Jeff Da".


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