Yen-Fu Luo

Graduated: Oct 2018

Degree: PhD

Yen-Fu Luo

I am currently a Ph.D. student in Computer Science Department, University Of Massachusetts Lowell. My expertise includes Natural Language Processing, Machine Learning, and Data Visualization. My thesis: “Mining the Clinical Narrative: Mortality Prediction and Concept Normalization”.


Java Python Matlab R

Machine Learning

TensorFlow Scikit-learn


MongoDB MySQL PostgreSQL Oracle


Chinese English
Y. Luo A. Rumshisky M. Gronas Catching the Red Priest: Using Historical Editions of Encyclopaedia Britannica to Track the Evolution of Reputations. Association for Computational Linguistics. 2015

@inproceedings{luo_catching_2015, author = "Luo, Yen-Fu and Rumshisky, Anna and Gronas, Mikhail", address = "Beijing, China", title = "Catching the {Red} {Priest}: {Using} {Historical} {Editions} of {Encyclopaedia} {Britannica} to {Track} the {Evolution} of {Reputations}", doi = "10.18653/v1/W15-3701", publisher = "Association for Computational Linguistics", year = "2015", pages = "1--9" }

Y. Luo A. Rumshisky Interpretable Topic Features for Post-ICU Mortality Prediction. AMIA 2016, American Medical Informatics Association Annual Symposium. 2016

@inproceedings{luo_interpretable_2016, author = "Luo, Yen-Fu and Rumshisky, Anna", title = "Interpretable {Topic} {Features} for {Post}-{ICU} {Mortality} {Prediction}", booktitle = "{AMIA} 2016, {American} {Medical} {Informatics} {Association} {Annual} {Symposium}, {Chicago}, {IL}, {USA}, {November} 12-16, 2016", year = "2016" }

Y. Luo W. Sun A. Rumshisky A Hybrid Method for Normalization of Medical Concepts in Clinical Narrative. International Conference on Health Informatics and Health Information Technology. 2018

@inproceedings{luo2018hybrid, title={A Hybrid Method for Normalization of Medical Concepts in Clinical Narrative}, author={Luo, Yen-Fu and Sun, Weiyi and Rumshisky, Anna}, booktitle={2018 IEEE International Conference on Healthcare Informatics (ICHI)}, pages={392--393}, year={2018}, organization={IEEE} }