Xiao Huang

Portrait of Xiao Huang 

Ph.D. Student

Computer Science & Engineering
Texas A&M University

518 H.R. Bright Building
College Station, TX, 77843

Email: xhuang@tamu.edu

Short Bio

  • I am now working at the DATA (Data Analytics at Texas A&M) Lab, supervised by Dr. Xia Hu.

  • I am looking for 2019 summer research internship.

  • Received Master's Degree of Science in Electrical Engineering from Illinois Institute of Technology in 2015, supervised by Dr. Salim El Rouayheb.

  • Received my Bachelor's Degree of Science in Engineering from Shanghai Jiao Tong University in 2012.

Research Interests

  • Data Mining. Network Embedding. Attributed Network Analysis. Human Knowledge Learning.


  1. Qingquan Song, Haifeng Jin, Xiao Huang, and Xia Hu, Multi-Label Adversarial Perturbations, ICDM, 2018.

  2. Na Zou, and Xiao Huang, Empirical Bayes Transfer Learning for Uncertainty Characterization in Predicting Parkinson’s Disease Severity, IISE Transactions on Healthcare Systems Engineering, 2018.

  3. Zepeng Huo, Xiao Huang, and Xia Hu, Link Prediction with Personalized Social Influence, AAAI, 2018.

  4. Ninghao Liu, Xiao Huang, and Xia Hu, Accelerated Local Anomaly Detection via Resolving Attributed Networks, IJCAI, pages 2337–2343, 2017.

  5. Qingquan Song, Xiao Huang, Hancheng Ge, James Caverlee, and Xia Hu, Multi-Aspect Streaming Tensor Completion, KDD, pages 435–443, 2017.

  6. Xiao Huang, Jundong Li, and Xia Hu, Accelerated Attributed Network Embedding, SDM, pages 633–641, 2017. (Slides, Code)

  7. Xiao Huang, and Salim El Rouayheb, Index Coding and Network Coding via Rank Minimization, ITW, pages 14-18, 2015. (Slides, Code, Tutorial)


  1. Nominated by the Department of Computer Science & Engineering for participating in the 2018 Microsoft Research PhD Fellowship competition.

  2. Best Poster Runner-Up Award in the SDM 2017 Doctoral Forum, Houston, Texas, April 2017.

  3. Travel Grant covering the attendance of the SDM 2017, and a session chair of the SDM 2017, Houston, Texas, April 2017.

  4. Travel Grant covering the attendance of the WSDM 2017, Cambridge, UK, February 2017.

  5. Full Grant covering the attendance of DIMACS Workshop on Coding Theoretic Methods for Network Security, Rutgers, New Jersey, April 2015.

  6. Full Grant covering the attendance of the two-week Coding Theory school SP Coding School, Sau Paulo, Brazil, January 2015.

  7. Second place in the 2014 IIT Research Day Poster Competition, April 2014.