About

I am a first-year Ph.D. student working with Shwetak Patel in the Paul G. Allen School of Computer Science & Engineering at the University of Washington – Seattle.

Before joining UW, I obtained my bachelor’s degree in computer science from the University of Massachusetts Amherst in 2018, where my advisor was Sunghoon Ivan Lee. While at UMass Amherst, I received a 21st Century Leaders Award, Rising Researcher Award, and Outstanding Undergraduate Achievements Award. 

I am interested in leveraging sensor data, machine learning and human-computer interaction to advance healthcare.

Curriculum Vitae

NEWS: I will be interning at the Allen Institute for Artificial Intelligence (AI2) in summer 2019. Excited to work on AI + healthcare research.

Publications

[6] Young Lee, Xin Liu, Jeremy Gummeson, Sunghoon Ivan Lee, “Towards the Ambulatory Assessment of Movement Quality in Stroke Survivors using a Wrist-worn Inertial Sensor,” IEEE International Conference on Biomedical and Health Informatics (IEEE BHI’19).

[5] Sunghoon Ivan Lee, Xin Liu, Smita Rajan, Nathan Ramasarma, Eun Kyoung Choe, Paolo Bonato, “A Novel Upper-Limb Function Measure Derived from Finger-Worn Sensor Data Collected in a Free-Living Setting”, PLoS One Journal.  PDF

[4] Xin Liu, Smita Rajan, Nathan Ramasarma, Paolo Bonato, Sunghoon Ivan Lee, ”Finger-Worn Sensors for Accurate Functional Assessment of the Upper Limbs in Real-World Settings,” in IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Conference (EMBC 2018). PDF

[3] Xin Liu, Smita Rajan, Nathan Ramasarma, Paolo Bonato, Sunghoon Ivan Lee, “The Use of A Finger-Worn Accelerometer for Monitoring of Hand Use in Ambulatory Settings,” IEEE Journal of Biomedical and Health Informatics (J-BHI) – VOL. 23, NO. 2, 2019. PDF. (Nominated for the Cover Article of the Issue)

 [2] Xin Liu, Smita Rajan, Gabe Hollander, Nathan Ramasarma, Paolo Bonato, Sunghoon Ivan Lee, ”A Novel Finger- Worn Sensor for Ambulatory Monitoring of Hand Use (Poster),” in IEEE/ACM Conference on Connected Health (CHASE 2017), Philadelphia, USA Jul 2017. Link

[1] Smita Rajan, Xin Liu, Nathan Ramasarma, Paolo Bonato, Sunghoon Ivan Lee, “A Finger-Worn Ring Sensor to Capture Hand Movements in an Ambulatory Setting (Poster),” in American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine 94th Annual Conference (ACRM), Atlanta, USA Oct 2017.

Awards & Honors

■ Glerum Family Endowed Fellowship, University of Washington Seattle

(First-year fellowship for selective CSE PhD Students)

21st Century Leaders Award, University of Massachusetts Amherst

(Awarded to 10 most exceptional graduating seniors (out of 5500))

Rising Researcher Award, University of Massachusetts Amherst

(The highest honor for an undergraduate researcher across the university)

Outstanding Undergraduate Achievement Award, University of Massachusetts Amherst

(Awarded  to 5 most outstanding seniors in computer science each year)

■ Outstanding Undergraduate Course Assistant Award, UMass Amherst

■ NSF Student Travel Award, National Science Foundation

■ Honors College Research Assistant Fellowship Award, UMass Amherst

■ Computer Science Departmental Honors

■ University Merit Director’s Scholarship ($24000), UMass Amherst

Misc.

During my undergraduate studies, I spent a huge amount of effort to push the international community to engage various leadership experiences in the university.  I was the first international peer mentor in the residential life office and the first international student consultant in the department of information and technology. I worked in six different departments during the four years :p

I am also a big fan of NBA 🙂

 

Contact

Email: xliu0 at cs dot washington dot edu