About

I am a first-year Ph.D. student with Shwetak Patel and Jennifer Mankoff 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 using wearable sensing, human-computer interaction and machine learning to advancing healthcare.

Publications

[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 (Under minor revision)

[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). Link

[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). Link.

 [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 (Short Paper),” 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 (Abstract),” in American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine 94th Annual Conference (ACRM), Atlanta, USA Oct 2017.

Awards & Honors

■ Glerum Family Endowed Fellowship, University of Washington

■ 21st Century Leaders Award, UMass Amherst

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

■ Outstanding Undergraduate Achievements Award, UMass Computer Science

Awarded  to 5 most outstanding seniors in computer science each year

■ Rising Researcher Award, UMass Amherst

The highest honor for an undergraduate researcher across the university

■ 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