Dongyeop Kang (DK) is an assistant professor in the Computer Science Engineering department at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities. He leads the Minnesota Natural Language Processing (NLP) group that aims to develop human-centered language technologies. He obtained a Ph.D. on natural language generation in the Language Technologies Institute at Carnegie Mellon University under Eduard Hovy. To extend NLP and NLG systems more interactive and collaborative, he did postdoc at UC Berkeley, under Marti A. Hearst. His Ph.D. study was supported by the AI2 fellowship, CMU Presidential fellowship, and ILJU Ph.D. fellowship. He has been recently awarded the Grammarly research award, 3M NTFA faculty award, Sony Research faculty award, and the best paper award by the In2Writing workshop at ACL 2022. He co-founded and -organized the In2Writing and CtrlGen workshops.