Kevin’s research interests are in developing new brain-computer interface technologies and bringing them to mainstream markets. His current work is focused on studying how noisy input signals in devices can affect a user’s experience with learning to use new input modalities. He is now completing his M.Sc. under Carl Gutwin and Madison Klarkowski at the Interaction Lab.
Prior to joining the lab, Kevin completed a B.Sc. in Chemical Engineering with a specialization in Biomedical Engineering at the University of Calgary. At the time, he gained experience working in a research lab developing tissue engineering strategies for spinal repair using mesenchymal stem cells. Later, he completed an internship working for Husky Energy Inc. as a junior engineer. He applies his previous experience from engineering into his current work to bring new ideas and novel approaches to solving problems in different fields.