Liliana Barrios

Ph.D. student
Ph.D. student

ETH Zürich
Department of Computer Science
Distributed Systems Group
ETH Zentrum, CNB H 107.2 Universitätstrasse 6
CH-8092 Zürich, Switzerland

+41 44 632 82 60
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I am a Research Assistant and PhD student in the Distributed Systems Group at ETH Zurich under the supervision of Prof. Friedemann Mattern. I joined the group in May 2017. Before, I received my Dipl.-Ing. in Computer Science from Simón Bolívar University, Venezuela in 2012 and M.Sc degree in Informatics from UZH in 2016. I conducted my master's thesis at ETH Zürich in the area of Thermal Comfort. I am interested in the interception of various areas of research: mobile health, machine learning and human computer interaction.


Interested students in conducting bachelor/master thesis or a lab project in one of the following described projects can either send me an email or just drop by my office for a coffee to discuss further details. I am always looking for motivated and interested students who are ambitious about participating in ongoing research work.

Note to Interested International Students:
Although we highly encourage international students to pursue theses or research projects within our group, we do not provide financial aid in this manner. We encourage you, though, to have a look at the exchange programs at ETH Zurich for scholarships. Please contact us well in advance to facilitate your applications.

Completed projects
L Smartphone-based cognitive fatigability measurement Wenjie Wang, Tianyi XiaoLiliana BarriosFS 20
P Smartphone-based cognitive fatigability measurement Marina DraskovicLiliana BarriosFS 19
M Fatigue assessment through mobile technologies Pietro OldratiLiliana BarriosFS 19
B Visualisation of wearable and smartphone sensor data Lena CsomorLiliana BarriosFS 19
B Mobile application for fatigue assessment Artur GigonLiliana BarriosFS 19
L Enabling fatigue assessment through mobile technologies Pietro OldratiLiliana BarriosFS 18
B Development of smartphone-based fatigability measurements for multiple sclerosis patients Sinan DemirciLiliana BarriosFS 18
B Multiple finger identification and strength recognition with Myo EMG Pietro OldratiLiliana Barrios,
Vincent Becker
HS 17