Ziang Xiao

Assistant Professor
Computer Science
Johns Hopkins University
Email: ziang.xiao [at] jhu (dot) edu

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In 2024, I am co-orgainzing/co-editing the following workshops and speiacl issues on topics related to Human-centric generaitve AI and model evaluation.

[Speical Issue] Human-Centric Generative AI @TiiS [Link]

[Workshop] HEAL:Human-centered evalution and audting of lanaguges models @ CHI 2024 [Link]

[Workshop] 3rd NLP+HCI Workshop @ NAACL 2024 [Link]

[Tutorial] Human-Centered Evaluation of Language Technologies @ EMNLP 2024 [Link]

Please considering submitting your work and join us!


I am an Assistant Professor in Computer Science at Johns Hopkins University. I completed my Ph.D in Computer Science at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign. I was co-advised by Prof. Hari Sundaram and Prof. Karrie Karahalios. I earned my B.S. in Psychology and Statistics & Computer Science at the University of Illinois with Prof. Dov Cohen.

My research is motivated by the fundamental question of understanding humans at scale. My goal is to study human-AI interaction to expand our knowledge about our behaviors and decision-making processes. Currently, I want to spend my time on three exciting topics, AI for Social Science, Human-centered model evaluation, and Information Seeking. Broadly, my work lies in the intersection of human-computer interaction, natural language processing, and social and personality psychology.


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