Fangzhou Mu (穆方舟)
I am a 2nd-year Computer Sciences graduate student at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, working with Prof. Yin Li. My research interest lies in computer vision and deep learning. My current focus is on visual representation learning with deep generative models. I am also interested in deep learning for geometric vision. Previously, I worked with Prof. Anthony Gitter on an educational project for teaching biologists machine learning.
I was a molecular biologist and have a peripheral interest in bioinformatics. I received my MS in Pharmaceutical Sciences from UW-Madison in 2018, under the supervision of Prof. Michael Taylor. My research was on understanding the development of blood-brain barrier in zebrafish. Before that, I completed my BS in Biological Sciences at Zhejiang University in 2014. My undergraduate research was on marine natural product chemistry and cancer cell biology.
- 2018.12: Led the second offering of ML4BIO workshop
- 2018.10: Passed AI Qual
- 2018.08: Led the first offering of ML4BIO workshop
ML4BIO: Machine Learning for Biologists
ML4Bio is a Python package with graphical interface for introducing machine-learning concepts to biologists in a workshop format. It focuses on classification and guides users through training, evaluation and inference phases. The workshop includes example datasets drawn from various biological domains and tutorials on the machine-learning workflow and selected classifiers.
Teaching & Coursework
Graduate Teaching Assistant
Graduate Courses in CS