About

My name is Brendan David-John and I am currently a PhD student at the University of Florida studying Computer Science. I am from Salamanca NY, which is located on the Allegany reservation of the Seneca Nation of Indians. My personal goals include increasing the representation of Native Americans in STEM and higher education, specifically in Computing. I believe that accomplishing this goal comes from an introduction to STEM during secondary school, and immersion in research early during their college career. I am a proud member of the American Indian Science & Engineering Society, and I have been a Sequoyah Fellow since 2013.

My research interests include eye tracking, virtual reality, human perception, and vision within the field of computer graphics.

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