Nghia T. Le (Max)

Office: Coda 1183P

Biography and Research Interests

I am currently a second-year PhD student in Computer Science at Georgia Institute of Technology, advised by professor Alan Ritter. My current research interest is procedural text understanding. Specifically, I am investigating the effectiveness of pretrained large language models for the tasks of anaphora and coreference resolution in procedural texts (e.g., chemical protocols).

Prior to Georgia Tech, I obtained my B.S. and M.S. at Carnegie Mellon University, where I had the pleasure to be advised by professor Matt Gormley and professor Tom Mitchell.


  • Few-shot Anaphora Resolution in Scientific Protocols via Mixture of In-context Experts
    Nghia T. Le, Fan Bai, Alan Ritter
    Findings of EMNLP 2022
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  • Towards Modular and Programmable Architecture Search
    Renato Negrinho, Darshan Patil, Nghia T. Le, Daniel Ferreira, Matthew R. Gormley, Geoffrey Gordon.
    NeurIPS 2019
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