Hi, there.

My name is Zhousi CHEN (陈宙斯 in simplified Chinse)

Core publications during my PhD course:

  1. Zhousi Chen, Longtu Zhang, Aizhan Imankulova and Mamoru Komachi. Neural Combinatory Constituency Parsing. Findings of The Joint Conference of the 59th Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics and the 11th International Joint Conference on Natural Language Processing (ACL-IJCNLP 2021)
  2. Zhousi Chen and Mamoru Komachi. Discontinuous Combinatory Constituency Parsing. Transactions of the Association for Computational Linguistics 11 (TACL 2023): 267-283. Presented on EACL 2023
  3. Zhousi Chen and Mamoru Komachi. DAG Conversion for Penn Treebank. the 29th Annual Meeting of ANLP, 2023.

Other cooperated publications with Xiaomeng Pan, Siti Oryza Khairunnisa, and Hongfei Wang.

I come from Guiyang City, the capital of Guizhou Province, Southwest of China, and feel honored and happy to study at Komachi Lab in Tokyo Metropolitan University. I have a wide range of interests such as traveling, rock climbing and trail running. My billiard skills are amateur but not bad. I love science.

Computational linguistics is the main field of our laboratory, and my researches are concentrating on parsing and structural learning. While I do not look into how to improve the existing models, I do like devising inspiring small-scale neural models and refining them to some certain level through engineering. These models should be not only effective but able to give us some insight about our knowledge. My future interests are on physics and quantum computation. I hope that one day AI empowered by quantum computation can be one of our best friends, inspiring assistants, or even delightful teachers. And it can be our crucial technique to govern ourselves and colonize the space. Then we will be bonded as a true species without the boundray of thoughts and distance. (til March, 2023)

Thus I hope I can lead my life away from my origin. That's always how we sapiens accquire knowledge and roll on earth:)

Thanks heartly to Prof. Yuji Matsumoto and Prof. Yusuke Miyao for providing invaluable comments to my publications.
Thanks honestly to my family for supporting my study and to everyone in and out of Komachi Lab for being nice to me.