Joy Ying Zhang-Silicon Valley Campus - Carnegie Mellon University

Joy Ying Zhang

Contact Info:
Joy Ying Zhang
Carnegie Mellon University
Silicon Valley
Building 23 (MS 23-11)
Moffett Field, CA 94035

Office: B19 #1045
Phone: 650-362-8997

Email: joy.zhang@sv.cmu.edu or  joy@cs.cmu.edu

Joy Ying Zhang, Assistant Research Professor

Areas of Interest

Statistical Machine Learning applied on Natural Language Processing and Human Behavior Modeling

  • Statistical Machine Translation
  • Interpersonal Communication Technologies
  • Context-aware Natural Language Processing
  • Mobile Sensing and Behavior Modeling
  • Mobile Security and Privacy
  • Indoor Locationing
  • Social Media Dynamic Analysis

Education

Ph.D. 2008, Carnegie Mellon University

Overview

Dr. Joy Ying Zhang is an assistant research professor in Mobility Research Center at Carnegie Mellon University Silicon Valley. He received his Ph.D. from Language Technologies Institute of Carnegie Mellon University.
Most of his research centers around applying statistical learning on natural language processing problems, in particular, statistical machine translation systems. He has developed the Pandora translation system, a full-scale two-way phrase-based statistical machine translation engine for mobile devices. His current research interests include applying statistical learning methods on mobile applications for user behavior modeling and behavior-aware mobile computing including indoor positioning, geo-trace modeling, mobile lifelog.

Website: http://mlt.sv.cmu.edu/joy/

CyLab Mobility Research Center