Human Performance, Wearable Technology, Multi-Tasking, Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality
Kenneth Jackson is a first-year Human Factors and Applied Cognition graduate student working with Dr. William Helton and Dr. Tyler Shaw. Kenneth's primary research interests are in multitasking and human-computer interaction, specifically relating to the changes in human performance both physically and cognitively.
B.S. Physics with a specialization in Biophysics, University of California, San Diego