Human Factors/Applied Cognition: Human Performance, Wearable Technology, Multi-Tasking, Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality, Trust in Automation
Kenneth Jackson is a Human Factors and Applied Cognition graduate student working with Dr. William Helton and Dr. Tyler Shaw. Kenneth's primary research interests are in physical and cognitive multitasking, human performance, mixed reality and trust in automation.
B.S. Physics with a specialization in Biophysics, University of California, San Diego