Author: Leonard J. Trejo
B.S., M.S., Ph.D.
Dr. Leonard Trejo is a neuroengineering scientist with over 25 years experience in neuroscience, physiology, signal processing, human-computer interaction, human factors, neural networks, pattern recognition, and system modeling or analysis. His experience covers information sciences and technology, scientific visualization, virtual environments, vision research, neuroscience, human performance, neural networks, and the application of statistics and higher mathematical methods. He also has extensive knowledge and experience researching the anatomy, physiology and psychophysics of the mammalian visual system and human vision. He is an active participant in the research and development community, especially information sciences, life sciences, and human factors technology.
Trejo, Leonard J., Knuth, Kevin, Prado, Raquel, Rosipal, Roman, Kubitz, Karla, Kochavi, Rebekah, Matthews, Bryan, Zhang, Yuzheng (2007): EEG-Based Estimation of Mental Fatigue: Convergent Evidence for a Three-State Model. In: Schmorrow, Dylan, Reeves, Leah (eds.) FAC 2007 - Foundations of Augmented Cognition - Third International Conference July 22-27, 2007, Beijing, China. pp. 201-211. https://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-540-73216-7_23