Chenyu You

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Chenyu You
Department of Electrical Engineering
Yale University

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I am a final year Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Electrical Engineering, Yale University, where I am very fortunately advised by Prof. James S. Duncan. I obtained a Master degree in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University in 2019, working with Prof. Daniel Rubin. Prior to that, I received my bachelor degree (with honors) in Electrical Engineering and Mathematics from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI) in 2017, advised by Prof. Ge Wang. I also spent time at Facebook AI Research (FAIR), New York and Google Research, Mountain View.

My research interest is in Biomedical AI, which lies in the interdisciplinary areas of machine learning theory and algorithms, biomedical computing and analysis, signal and image processing, natural language processing, biomedical imaging, and data science. I am particularly interested in building solid practical and theoretical foundations for healthcare and machine learning that enable the sustained and trustworthy deployments of AI systems within the complex landscape of real-world clinical settings. See my publications and research topics for more details.

fast-texture I am always looking for strong grads and senior undergrads to collaborate. I also actively engage in mentorship, so feel free to drop a line if you are starting out in the field and are confused about publication expectations, PhD Admissions, or any associated topics. Remote collaboration is also welcome!



  • Email: [AT] yale [DOT] edu

  • Address: 300 Cedar Street, New Haven, CT 06520-8042