Huan Sun

Huan is an assistant professor in the CSE Department at the Ohio State University. She was a visiting scientist at the University of Washington (2016) and received a Ph.D. in Computer Science from University of California, Santa Barbara (2015) and a B.S. in EEIS from the University of Science and Technology of China (2010). Her research interests lie in natural language processing and data mining, with emphasis on (interactive) question answering, text mining and understanding, as well as the intersection between NLP and software engineering. Huan received the NSF CAREER Award (2020), Google Faculty Award (2020), OSU Lumley Research Award (2020), SIGKDD Ph.D. Dissertation Runner-Up Award (2016), the honor of being MIT EECS Rising Stars (2015), Outstanding Dissertation Award from UCSB CS (2015), the UC Regents’ Special Fellowship (2010, 2014).

Graduate Student

Ziyu Yao
Ph.D. Student
Jie Zhao
Ph.D. Student
Zhen Wang
Ph.D. Student
Xiang Yue
Ph.D. Student
Xiang Deng
Ph.D. Student

Undergraduate Student

Visiting Student

  • Bernhard Kratzwald (Oct 2019 – Feb 2020, from ETH)
  • Shuyi Song (Sep 2019 – , from Zhenjiang University)
  • Sicong Ouyang (Sep 2019 – Dec 2019, from BUPT & Tsinghua)
  • Boyuan Pan (Nov 2018 – May 2019, with financial support provided, from Zhejiang University)
  • Yuantong Li (Sep 2018 – Jan 2019, with financial support provided, now at Cornell)