Researcher on Human-Computer Interaction Joins MSU
His research focuses on cybersecurity (biometrics), human-computer interaction, eye tracking, and bioengineering. He is interested in how eye movements allow novel applications and solutions to the existing challenges in the interaction domain.
He received the Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers (PECASE) in 2017, “for his groundbreaking research on the muscle structure of the eye as a basis for identification, which is transforming approaches to security and medicine. And for his unparalleled outreach on STEM research and education to large populations of underrepresented minorities.”
See a video about his research here.
EDUCATION: PhD, computer science, Kent State University
PREVIOUS: Associate professor, Texas State University