Carnegie Mellon University
Yulia Tsvetkov is an assistant professor in the Language Technologies Institute at Carnegie Mellon University. Her research interests lie at or near the intersection of machine learning, natural language processing, social science, and linguistics. Her current research projects focus on language technologies for social good, including advancing NLP technologies for resource-poor languages spoken by millions of people, developing approaches to promote civility in communication (e.g., modeling gender bias in texts and debiasing), identifying strategies that undermine the democratic process (e.g., political framing and agenda-setting in digital media). Prior to joining CMU, Yulia was a postdoc in the Stanford NLP Group; she received her PhD from Carnegie Mellon University.