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.

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  • email: kw AT kwchang DOT net
  • see my calendar for scheduling a meeting with me.
  • Office hours: Tue 4pm-5pm, BH 3732J

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.

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