Office Hours: By Appointment
|C S 601R||Graduate Topics in C S||Winter 2021|
|C S 401R||Topics in Computer Science||Spring 2021|
|C S 142||Intro to Computer Programming||Fall 2021|
|C S 401R||Topics in Computer Science||Winter 2022|
|C S 704R||Advanced Readings||Winter 2022|
|C S 111||Intro to Computer Science||Fall 2022|
Nancy Fulda studies deep generative neural architectures, controllable text generation, and conversational AI from a connectionist perspective. Recent publications from her research lab include "Enhanced Story Comprehension for Large Language Models through Dynamic Document-Based Knowledge Graphs" (AAAI 2022) and "Towards Neural Programming Interfaces" (NeurIPS 2020).
In addition to her academic work, Nancy enjoys writing science fiction. She has been nominated for the both the Hugo and Nebula Awards and has written on request for David Brin, TOR Books, and MIT’s Technology Review, as well as for the Dark Expanse space strategy game. She is the mother of six children.
Computer Science Department
Brigham Young University
3361 TMCB PO Box 26576
Provo, Utah 84602