Eason is a senior at National Taiwan Normal University (NTNU). His name 'Eason' comes from his Chinese name 怡升 (I-Sheng), which means “moving onward and upward with a joyful mind”.
Eason is a passionate researcher. As an undergraduate student, he has participated in several research projects and wrote 8 papers in AI, Human-Computer Interaction, Education, and Blockchain.
Moreover, Eason loves to use programming skills and creativity to solve problems. Currently, he serves as a Research Assistant at school and also as a Blockchain R&D Engineer at Cohart.
Eason plans to start his Ph.D. in the US or UK in Fall 2023. Now he's looking for a program, lab, professor, and scholarship. If you have a potential opportunity, please don't hesitate to get in touch with him. at firstname.lastname@example.org
Monitor users' Information Behavior to assist self regulated learning at webcam by Edge Computing
Natural Language Generation Chatbot with Multiple Replies from various personalities to provide better dialog experience
Conversion of Raw Text Legal Agreements into Smart Legal Contracts using NLP by Adapter-Transformers
Ching-Lin Wu, Yu-Der Su, Eason Chen, Pei-Zhen Chen, Yu-Lin Chang and Hsueh-Chih Chen (2022). Development and Validation of Interactive Creativity Task Platform. Frontiers in Psychology, 13, Article 954946. (SSCI, IF = 4.232, 35/147 in Multidisciplinary Psychology, Q1)
Eason Chen, Yuen-Hsien Tseng, Yu-Tang You, Kuo-Ping Lo, and Chris Lin (2022). Preliminary Design of an AI Service to Assist Self-regulated Learning by Edge Computing. Paper published as poster at International Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Education 2022 (AIED)
Eason Chen and Yuen-Hsien Tseng (2022/04). A decision model for designing NLP applications. Paper published at User Centered Natural Language Processing Workshop in Companion Proceedings of the Web Conference 2022 (WWW)
Eason Chen (2022/05). The Effect of Multiple Replies for Natural Language Generation Chatbots. Paper published at Extended Abstracts of the 2022 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI EA)
Eason Chen, Niall Roche, Yuen-Hsien Tseng, Walter Hernandez, and Jiangbo Shangguan (2022/03). Conversion of Legal Agreements into Smart Legal Contracts using NLP. Technical Report at Google Summer of Code 2021
Niall Roche, Walter Hernandez, Eason Chen, Jérôme Siméon, Dan Selman (2022/01). Ergo--a programming language for Smart Legal Contracts. Paper presented at the Programming Languages and the Law workshop at Principles of Programming Languages Conference 2022 (POPL)
Eason Chen, Yuen Hsien Tseng, Kuo-Ping Lo (2021). Focus Plus: Detect Learner's Distraction by Web Camera in Distance Teaching. Paper presented at the 2021 National Chair Professorship Academic Series: Teaching and Learning in Pandemic Era
Eason Chen , Yuen-Hsien Tseng (2021/07). A chatbot platform that allow custom avatars and emotions and can provides multiple replies. Demo presented at the Taiwan Computer-Human Interaction Conference (TAICHI)
Eason Chen , Yuen-Hsien Tseng, Guo-Li Chiou, & Chien-Wen Tina Yuan (2021/07). How the numbers of replies and avatars influence the user experience in Natural Language Generation Chatbot. Paper presented at the Taiwan Computer-Human Interaction Conference (TAICHI)
Eason delivered various Lectures at community, student clubs, course lecture, and workshops. The following are selected.
I have been working with Eason for a few months now. It was my job to integrate his work on Cohart's NFT minting smart contracts. I had no trouble reading and applying his works since they were well-documented and easy to understand. He has also been very supportive.
Eason is always well-structured, fully-prepared, and excellent at presenting his work. I was also impressed with his calm and positive attitude when we encountered any issues.
It was a pleasure to work with him and I highly recommend him to anyone who needs to research and develop blockchain, machine learning, or AI.
Eason is the most clever and diligent student I have ever seen so far. He is enthusiastic about learning techniques and applications, such as Education, AI, NLP, and Blockchain, and has developed quite a few applications that impressed me.
Moreover, He did not only develop application systems quickly but also evaluated their use in practical applications based on what he learned in his major, i.e., Learning Sciences.
Lastly, He also devoted himself to scientific paper writing and therefore has several papers accepted in refereed international conferences. I have never heard of any undergraduate students in Taiwan who could have more than 7 papers accepted before their graduation, except Eason.
Eason is a very talented, energetic, and self-disciplined person who gives 100% focus on things he is interested. During his work with me, he has demonstrated a great level of creativity with a great mentality for entrepreneurship. He is also a fast learner and loves discovering new technologies with strong desire for new and more knowledge. He possesses a huge potential to be explored and guided with a creative mind. He does have few areas to be further improved but I believe with right mind set, he will easily grow to the next level with no doubt.
Eason's passion for his Google Summer of Code project was matched by his technical capabilities, and his continued hunger to learn and improve. He has been a wonderful mentee and continues to be a passionate contributor to OSS projects. He has a range of technical abilities from Web Development, Machine Learning (in particular, NLP) and also in Blockchain and Distributed Ledger Technologies. He would be a great asset to any team.