Qizhe Xie

Research Assistant Professor
School of Computing
National University of Singapore

Email: qizhex@nus.edu.sg
Office: COM2 #02-42

I am a research assistant professor of School of Computing at National University of Singapore. I spent two years working at Google Brain with Quoc Le and Thang Luong previously. I graduated as a PhD from the Machine Learning Department at Carnegie Mellon University, where I was advised by Eduard Hovy. Before that, I was an undergraduate student from the ACM Honored Class at Shanghai Jiao Tong University.


I am looking for postdocs, PhDs, masters and vistors to join our group. If you are interested in working with me, please email me your CV.


In general, my research goal can be broken down into three aspects.

Motivated by these goals and principles, I was fortunate to be a main contributor in the semi-supervied learning field. Noisy Student and UDA led to paradigm shifts in semi-supervised learnnig and are widely used in the industry. For example, Noisy Student has achieved state-of-the-art results on many tasks including ImageNet, speech recognition and object detection. It has also become an indispensable component in high-performance machine learning systems such as Google Search and AlphaFold 2.




(*: equal contribution)

Last update: Aug 2022

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