Camilo Rojas

Fluid Interfaces
  • Postdoctoral Fellow

I am an SNSF Fellow in the Fluid Interfaces group at the Media Lab, working with Pattie Maes on machine learning and wearable devices for the new generation of empathetic technology. I have a background in Physics, Electronics, Telecommunications and Computer Science. In 2018, I received a PhD from EPFL and CSEM, Switzerland, where I worked on communication protocols for wireless sensor networks, and several exciting applications: artificial skin for humans, water and infrastructure monitoring, landslide detection, cruise ship evacuation systems, among others.

I am an SNSF Fellow in the Fluid Interfaces group at the Media Lab, working with Pattie Maes on machine learning and wearable devices for the new generation of empathetic technology. I have a background in Physics, Electronics, Telecommunications and Computer Science. In 2018, I received a PhD from EPFL and CSEM, Switzerland, where I worked on communication protocols for wireless sensor networks, and several exciting applications: artificial skin for humans, water and infrastructure monitoring, landslide detection, cruise ship evacuation systems, among others.