I am a PhD candidate in the department of Computer Science and Engineering at University of South Carolina. I work with Dr. Pooyan Jamshidi. I am interested in research topics related to adversarial machine learning, transfer learning, activate learning, bayesian neural network, graphic neural network, and software testing.
Before joining AISys lab, I worked with Dr. Gregory Gay, doing searches on topics related to search-based software testing and mutantion testing. I obtained a M.S. degree in Computer Science from University of South Carolina in December 2017.
- Research Assistant at AISys Lab, 05/2019 - Present
- Teaching Assistant, CSCE 101 Introduction to Computer Concepts, Spring 2019, Spring 2018
- Lecturer, CSCE 101 Introduction to Computer Concepts, Fall 2018
- Teaching Assistant, CSCE 146 Algorithmic Design II, Spring 2018
- Teaching Assistant, CSCE 101/102, CSCE 145, 2015 - 2017
- Ying Meng, Jianhai Su, Jason O’Kane, Pooyan Jamshidi. “Ensembles of Many Diverse Weak Defenses can be Strong: Defending Deep Neural Networks Against Adversarial Attacks”. CoRR abs/2001.00308 (2020)
- Amanda Schwartz, Daniel Puckett, Ying Meng, Gregory Gay. “Investigating faults missed by test suites achieving high code coverage”. Journal of Systems and Software, 2018: 106-120
- Ying Meng, Gregory Gay, Michael Whalen. “Ensuring the observability of structural test obligations”. IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering, 2018.
- Nominated 2020 Microsoft Research Ada Lovelace Fellowship.
- Awarded an Operational Machine Learning (OpML)’19 Diversity Grant.