Aliyah Hsu

EECS PhD student at UC Berkeley.

About Me

I am a 2nd-year PhD student in EECS at UC Berkeley, working with Bin Yu and affiliated with BAIR. I am fortunate to be awarded UC Berkeley Chancellor Fellowship and EECS Excellence Award.

My research interests include natural language processing(NLP) and interpretability for deep learning models.

I graduated from National Taiwan University in 2020, where I studied electrical engineering and economics. I had the pleasure to have worked with professors Lin-Shan Lee, Hung-Yi Lee and Yu-Chiang Frank Wang on research topics in NLP and computer vision.
When I am not coding, I enjoy reading, being an amateur film photographer, and mentoring younger students in the fields of STEM.
You can find my resume here.


* indicates equal contribution.

  • Feng-Guang Su*, Aliyah R. Hsu*, Yi-Lin Tuan, Hung-Yi Lee. "Personalized Dialogue Response Generation Learned from Monologues". Proc. Interspeech 2019, 4160-4164, DOI: 10.21437/Interspeech.2019-1696. [link][code]
  • Aliyah R. Hsu, Hung-Hua Chien, Chen-Yu Liao, et al. "Scan-Mode Atmospheric-Pressure Plasma Jet Processed Reduced Graphene Oxides for Quasi-Solid-State Gel-Electrolyte Supercapacitors". Coatings 2018, 8, 52. [link]

Recent Projects

Recent GitHub repositories that Aliyah has built.