Guansong Pang is a tenure-track Assistant Professor of Computer Science at the School of Computing and Information Systems, Singapore Management University (SMU). He was a Research Fellow with the Australian Institute for Machine Learning (AIML), University of Adelaide, where he worked with Professors Anton van den Hengel and Chunhua Shen. Before joining AIML, he received his Ph.D. at University of Technology Sydney, co-supervised by Professors Longbing Cao, Ling Chen and Huan Liu (ASU).
His research investigates novel data mining and machine learning techniques, with a research theme focused on abnormal, rare, or unknown instance detection, and robust, generalized learning algorithms for creating trustworthy continual AI systems. Some research areas of particular interest include:
Open-world learning (out-of-distribution detection, open-set recognition, long-tailed classification, continual learning, open-vocabulary learning, etc.)
Graph representation learning
Deep reinforcement learning for knowledge discovery
He also explores safety-critical and commercially/scientifically-significant real-world applications, including network intrusion detection, fraud detection, person re-identification, early detection of diseases, learning from biomedicine data, defect detection, biometric anti-spoofing, hate/toxic speech detection, etc.
Actively looking for candidates of the following positions; feel free to get in touch if you are interested:
Visiting professor/student positions (self-funded).
In addition to SMU scholarships, candidates can also join the team via scholarships for joint A*Star and SMU PhD programs:
ACIS scholarship for Singaporeans or those studied in Singapore (S$4,550-S$5,800 monthly stipend)
SINGA scholarship for international students (S$2,200-S$2,700 monthly stipend)
SMU is ranked No. 36 globally (No. 16 in Asia) in the broad AI category and No.81 globally (No. 14 in Asia) in the overall CS subject according to CSRankings.
[12/2022] One paper on graph anomaly detection is accepted to SDM 2023
[12/2012] Invited to be PC member of IJCAI 2023 and KDD 2023
[11/2022] Honored to be identified as The World's Top 2% Scientists (single recent year) released by Stanford University
[11/2022] Honored to give an invited talk in the A*STAR Centre for Frontier AI Research (CFAR) Rising Star Lecture Series
[11/2022] One paper on cross-domain graph anomaly detection is accepted to AAAI 2023
[11/2022] Invited to be PC member of CVPR 2023 and senior PC of PAKDD 2023
[09/2022] One paper on implicit relation prediction on graph data is accepted to TKDD
[08/2022] Invited to be PC member of AAAI 2023 and ICLR 2023
[07/2022] One paper on joint geometry contrastive graph neural networks is accepted for publication at Information Sciences
[07/2022] One paper on out-of-distribution semantic segmentation is accepted for oral presentation at ECCV 2022
[06/2022] One paper on latent factor analysis is accepted to Journal of Big Data
[06/2022] One paper on polyp detection in medical images is accepted to MICCAI 2022 (early accept)
[06/2022] Our TNNLS Special Issue on "Deep Learning for Anomaly Detection" is formally published now
[05/2022] Invited to be part of the local organization team of WSDM 2023
[03/2022] Invited to be PC member of ECCV 2022, ECML-PKDD 2022 and NeurIPS 2022
[03/2022] One paper on open-set anomaly detection is accepted to CVPR 2022
[01/2022] Invited to join the editorial board of IEEE Intelligent Systems and International Journal of Data Science and Analytics
[01/2022] One paper on depression prediction is accepted to PAKDD 2022
[01/2022] Join School of Computing and Information Systems @ SMU as assistant professor