Shiqi Wang

Columbia University

Names

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Shiqi Wang (Preferred)

Emails

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****@cs.columbia.edu
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****@columbia.edu

Education & Career History

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PhD student
Columbia University (columbia.edu)
20172023
 

Advisors, Relations & Conflicts

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PhD Advisor
Suman Jana
****@cs.columbia.edu
20172023
 
Coauthor
Huan Zhang
****@huan-zhang.com
20202021
 
Coauthor
Kaidi Xu
****@northeastern.edu
20202021
 
Coauthor
Zico Kolter
****@cs.cmu.edu
20202021
 
Coauthor
Cho-Jui Hsieh
****@cs.ucla.edu
20202021
 
Coauthor
Xue Lin
****@northeastern.edu
20202021
 
Coworker
Kexin Pei
****@cs.columbia.edu
20182021
 
Coworker
Yizheng Chen
****@gmail.com
20182021
 

Expertise

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Verifiable Training, Model Certification
Present
 
Adversarial Machine Learning
20172023
 
Neural Network Verification, Neural Network Certification, Provable Robustness
20172023
 
Adversarial Examples, Adversarial Training, Adversarial Robustness
20172023
 
Machine Learning, Security, AI Safety
20172023
 
Neural Network Pruning
20172023