my photo I am an assistant professor in the department of Computer Science at UCLA. My research goal is to build intelligence systems that solve real-world problems by automatically acquiring knowledge. This challenging goal involves two fundamental components: A machine learning component that can efficiently make coherent decisions for problems with complex structures, and a natural language understanding component that enables the system to extract knowledge from unstructured text. I have been published broadly in machine learning, natural language processing, artificial intelligence, and data mining.


  • email: kw AT kwchang DOT net
  • see my calendar for scheduling a meeting with me.
  • Office hours: Tue 4pm-5pm, Engr VI 374

Prospective students Please read my Research Statement to learn my general research directions.
If you are an undergraduate/master student at UCLA, please read 1~2 of my papers and drop by my office hour. Due to the large number of inquiries from prospective students, please understand that I generally cannot respond personally. But if you are a strong candidate, I will contact you during the admission season.

Recent News

  • 04.2018, Congrats Jieyu Zhao on winning the best poster award at SoCal NLP Symposium 2018.
  • 04.2018, Check out our new NAACL paper on Gender Bias in Coreference Resolution.
  • 04.2018, Check out our new NAACL paper on LearningWord Embeddings for Low-resource Languages by PU Learning.
  • 01.2018, We will give a tutorial on Quantifying and Reducing Gender Stereotypes in Word Embeddings at FAT 18.
  • 01.2018, Check out our paper accepted by ICLR 2018.
  • 12.2017, The slides of my tutotiral at TAAI 17' can be found here
  • 08.2017, Our paper on reducing gender bias won the best long paper award at EMNLP 17.
  • 07.2017, Our paper on multi-sense embedding won the best paper award at Rep4NLP workshop at ACL 17.
  • 05.2017, I will be joining the UCLA-CS this Fall. I've enjoyed every moment at UVa, where the department and my collaborators gave me enormous support to start my career. I'm excited about the next adventure and looking forward to collaborating with excellent folks in SoCal.
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Softwares & Demos

Experience and Education (Curriculum Vitae)

Selected Awards