Macau SAR, China

About Me

I am currently a first-year Ph.D. student at the Affective, Neuroscience, and Decision-making Lab (ANDLab) at University of Macau (UM). Prior to this, I got my bachelor’s degree in Computer Science and Technology from Huazhong University of Science and Technology (HUST). My research focuses on

  1. Building computational models which integrate behavioral and neuroimaging data in social decision-making.
  2. The neural representation of semantic/knowledge in the human brain, and the differences in semantic representation between humans and algorithms.
  3. Developing brain-inspired natural language processing (NLP) models instead of purely statistical models to make the model learn the language as humans.

Recently I am working on the neural mechanism of moral decision-making under uncertain facts.

Research Interests