Mengxi Wu (武梦溪)

I am a first-year Ph.D. student in the Department of Computer Science at the University of Southern California, advised by Prof. Mohammad Rostami. I received my Master of Science in Computer Science from New York University, where I was advised by Prof. Yi-Jen Chiang, Prof. Christopher Musco, and Prof. Yi Fang. Before that, I was an undergraduate student in EECS at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.

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My research focuses on machine learning in data-scarce regimes, including transfer learning, zero-shot/few-shot learning, lifelong learning, multi-task learning, and domain adaptation. I am especially interested in problems related to graph-structured data. Previously, I worked on adversarial machine learning for 3D point cloud processing and streaming algorithms for time-varying volume data.

Publications and Manuscripts

Unsupervised Domain Adaptation for Graph-Structured Data Using Class-Conditional Distribution Alignment
Mengxi Wu, Mohammad Rostami
Preprint, 2023

Streaming Approach to In Situ Selection of Key Time Steps for Time-Varying Volume Data
Mengxi Wu, Yi-Jen Chiang, Christopher Musco
Eurographics/IEEE Conference on Visualization, 2022

3D Point Cloud Completion with Geometric-Aware Adversarial Augmentation
Mengxi Wu, Hao Huang, Yi Fang
International Conference on Pattern Recognition, 2022

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