I am a researcher with the CCDC U.S. Army Research Laboratory West in the Computational and Information Sciences Directorate, Battlefield Information Systems Branch. My work focuses on how immersive interfaces can be used to improve human-information interaction and enhance decision-making in multi-domain operations. I also study how multi-modal machine learning can be used to track changes in operator state, such as motion sickness or cognitive load, caused by head-mounted display use.

I received my PhD from the the University of California, Irvine working in the Cognitive NeuroSystems Lab and Human Neuroscience Lab.