About Me

I am Yen-Chen Wu (吳彥諶), a PhD candidate in Machine Learning Group, Cambridge University. I am supervised by Professor Carl Rasmussen and co-advised by Professor Phil Woodland. I am a Cambridge Trust Scholar, funded by Taiwan Cambridge Scholarship, and a member of Darwin College.

Note: My first year of PhD was in Dialogue Systems Group and supervised by Professor Milica Gašić.

Prior to Cambridge, I received Bachelor and Master degree in EECS from National Taiwan University , where I joined the Digital Speech Processing Laboratory held by Professor Lin-shan Lee.

For more information about my work, please refer to the CV and Publications.



  • Teaching Assistant (2016 Spring)

NTU EE & CS departments, Taiwan

Course: Machine Learning and having it deep and structured

  • Teaching Assistant (2015 Fall)

NTU EE & CS departments, Taiwan

Course: Undergraduate Special Project

  • Software Engineer Intern

Office of Academic Affairs, NTU

08/2015 – 09/2016

  • Software Engineer Intern

Microsoft at Taiwan

08/2012 – 09/2012

  • R.O.C. Substitute Military Service

Ministry of Health and Welfare

08/2016 – present


  • University of Cambridge, (2018-Now)

PhD candidate in Information Engineering

  • National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan (2014-2016)

M.S. in Communication Engineering

Advisor: Professor Lin-shan Lee

  • National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan (2010-2014)

B.S. in Electrical Engineering