Julie Kallini

Software Engineer @ Meta • Previously: Princeton CS

At Meta (Facebook), I use machine learning and content understanding techniques to provide more responsible and privacy-aware advertisements across the family of apps.

Before joining Meta, I graduated from Princeton University with a B.S.E. in Computer Science and a minor in Linguistics. I was honored to receive the Phillip Goldman ’86 Senior Prize, the top academic prize in the Computer Science department.

At Princeton, I was fortunate to be advised by Christiane Fellbaum while completing NLP and computational linguistics research. My senior thesis, which explored the language phenomenon of coordination, won the Outstanding Senior Thesis Prize. I also worked closely with Srinivas Bangalore as a teaching assistant for his Machine Translation class and won the Outstanding Teaching Award for my work.

I’m always happy to collaborate or just chat about NLP and linguistics!
You can reach me at juliekallini :at: gmail :dot: com.


Mar 21, 2022
I’m joining co:rise as the TA for Andrew Maas’s Machine Learning course! 🚀
Aug 25, 2021
Our paper “A Corpus-based Syntactic Analysis of Two-termed Unlike Coordination” has been accepted to Findings of ACL 2021!
May 24, 2021
Graduated Summa Cum Laude from Princeton University! 🎓
May 17, 2021
Inducted into the Phi Beta Kappa honor society! :sparkles: