Chia-Yueh Carlton Chu

Chia-Yueh Carlton Chu

Postdoctoral Fellow


I was born in Taiwan, and later immigrated to New Zealand at age of 16. My undergraduate degree was Computer System Engineering in Auckland University, New Zealand, then I finished my Master of Biomedical Engineering in University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia. I also worked as part time research assistant in Neuropsychiatric centre in Prince of Wales Hospital, Sydney for half year before starting his PhD in The Wellcome Trust Centre for Neuroimaging (aka Functional Imaging Laboratory FIL), University College London 2005. My primary supervisor was Dr. John Ashburner, and secondary supervisor was Prof. Karl Friston. I obtained my PhD in 2009, soon after my PhD, I started my post-doc position here, supervised by Dr. Peter Bandettini. My research interests lie in the fields of machine learning and pattern analysis for both anatomical and functional MRI data.


Most of my publications can be found here (Note: although my official name is Chia-Yueh Chu, I use my other legal name Carlton Chu for all my publications.)

Carlton Chu's publication


My thesis titled "Pattern recognition and machine learning for magnetic resonance images with kernel methods" can be found at the UCL Eprints


The Matlabs scripts we implemented and applied for the 2007 Pittsburgh Brain Activity Interpretation Competition can be found HERE


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