Graduate Student, Wright State University
Biographical Info: I received my undergraduate education in Electrical Engineering and Psychology at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. During this period, I worked as an intern at General Motors where I rotated through various projects, including: a global vehicle design project, an efficiency project for technicians, and hybrid vehicle integration. Currently, I am a graduate student, studying Human Factors Psychology, at Wright State University. My areas of research include: user interface design, mental workload, configural knowledge, and understanding through the web. Of these areas, user interface design interests me the most and consequently will be the topic of my thesis research.