Wenxin Ding


Student at Carnegie Mellon University


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About Me

I am a fifth year master’s student in the Computer Science department at Carnegie Mellon University. I received my bachelor’s degrees in Computer Science and Mathematical Sciences from CMU in 2020. I am jointly advised by Prof. Nihar B. Shah and Prof. Weina Wang. My senior thesis focuses on the privacy-utility tradeoff in peer-review data analysis. My research interest lies in theoretical computer science and machine learning.

Email: wenxind [at] andrew.cmu.edu


Carnegie Mellon University

Paper and Thesis

On the Privacy-Utility Tradeoff in Peer-Review Data Analysis (click for paper)

Wenxin Ding, Nihar B. Shah, Weina Wang

AAAI Privacy-Preserving Artificial Intelligence (PPAI-21) workshop 2021 spotlight (click for video presentation)

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