Guanxuan Wu

About Me

Guanxuan Wu is a second-year Ph.D. student (preparing to drop-out) and Graduate Research Assistant in Computer Science at the University of Texas at Arlington.

He is a member of SCOPE Lab and his supervisor is Dr. Allison Sullivan.

He has a broad interest in formal methods, software engineering, and applying rigorious mathematical methods to solve problems in PLSE.

Before UTA, he graduated from University of Washington with a B.A. in Mathematics.

Current Project

N/A - Exploring new options after the previous failure.


H. Wu, A. T. Koru, G. Wu, F. L. Lewis and H. Lin, "Structural Balance of Complex Weighted Graphs and Multi-Partite Consensus," in IEEE Control Systems Letters, vol. 7, pp. 3801-3806, 2023, doi: 10.1109/LCSYS.2023.3341992. [IEEE Explore] [arXiv]

Preprints (Assumed Failures) - I believe that all research works are failures until recognized.

If you want to refer these papers, use FailurXiv, to prevent it from being seemingly legitimate.

Guanxuan Wu and Allison Sullivan. AlloyASG: Alloy Predicate Code Representation as a Compact Structurally Balanced Graph. [arXiv].


TA: CSE 4321 - Software Testing (Fall 2023)

TA: CSE 5360 - Introduction to Artificial Intelligence (Fall 2022, Spring 2023)

Contact Me

Email: I will use this to catch spammers

or gxw6804 [at]