Sagar Akre

 

Sagar Akre

 
Phone: 408-464-1252
Email: sa957@cornell.edu
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Biographical Statement:

Sagar Akre is a 2nd year Master’s student at Cornell University studying Human Factors and Ergonomics and has a Bachelor''s of Science in Psychology from University of California, Riverside. His primary research interest lies in understanding the ways in which we may use technology to augment human cognitive and perceptual limitations.  Currently, his research projects include looking into how augmented reality information during driving may have deleterious effects on visual attention and how one may be able to mitigate vigilance decrement on tasks that require users to maintain prolonged periods of sustained attention when interacting with human-machine systems. 

 
Biographical Statement:
Sagar Akre is a 2nd year Master’s student at Cornell University studying Human Factors and Ergonomics. His primary research interest lies in understanding the ways in which we may use technology to augment human cognitive and perceptual limitations. Currently, his research projects include looking into how augmented reality information during driving may have deleterious effects on visual attention and how one may be able to mitigate vigilance decrement on tasks that require users to maintain prolonged periods of sustained attention when interacting with human-machine systems.

 
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