2019.3: The Young Researcher Award of the 25th Annual Meeting of the Association for Natural Language Processing
Awarded The Young Researcher Award by The Association for Natural Language Processing (Japanese representative scientific and professional society for researchers working on problems involving natural language and computation).
Paper title: 実行時機械翻訳による多言語機械読解 (English Title: Multilingual Extractive Reading Comprehension by Runtime Machine Translation)
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2019.2: The Dean’s Award, The Best Bachelor Thesis Award
Awarded The Dean’s Award and The Best Bachelor Thesis Award due to excellent academic performance and bachelor thesis (Rank: 1/139 at The Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering and Information and Communication Engineering).
Thesis title: Multi-task Learning based on Separable Formulation of Depth Estimation and its Uncertainty
2018.11: The Nakajima Foundation Scholarship (中島記念国際交流財団海外留学奨学金) (Doctoral Study Abroad Program Fellowship)
9% acceptance rate. Granted two years tuition up to JPY 3,000,000 per year, a monthly stipend of JPY 200,000 and a one-off payment of JPY 500,000. It can be extended until the end of the Ph.D. degree.
2017.7: Women Techmaker Scholarship (Google Anita Borg Scholarship)
0.2% acceptance rate. Selected out of 25,000 applicants to receive academic scholarship from Google’s Women Techmakers Program due to outstanding academic performance and community involvement.
2017.10: Todai Girls Hackathon 2017 (東大ガールズハッカソン)
Organized a hackathon for female students to foster interest and improve inclusivity and diversity in CS and related majors at the University of Tokyo.
Gave series of lectures on Java Programming and Android App Development, while mentoring a couple of teams.
2016.8, 2017.9: Mind The Gap, by Google Tokyo Invited as panelist and presenter to Mind The Gap, a project that teaches female high school students programming and empowers them to major in Computer Science and pursue careers in tech.