- Ph.D., Human Factors Psychology, Clemson University, 2017
- M.S., Applied Psychology, Clemson University, 2014
- B.A., Psychology, Clemson University, 2012
- Graduate Instructor of Record, Psychology, Clemson University, 2012-2014
- Human Factors Ergonomics Society
Dr. Jasper is a human factors psychologist whose expertise lies in the research and development of consumer products with an emphasis on product design, user testing, and health and safety. He has extensive knowledge of user experience research methodologies and human factors principles, with applications in domains such as the design of wearable health and activity monitors, head mounted displays, and autonomous vehicles.
Dr. Jasper received a Ph.D. in Human Factors Psychology and a M.S. in Applied Psychology from Clemson University. Through his research he has garnered considerable experience conducting both small-scale usability testing and large-scale investigations of device use and adoption. In his work, Dr. Jasper has utilized psychophysiological recordings to monitor workload of unmanned aerial vehicle operators to inform the design of command and control stations, evaluated the effectiveness of a wearable energy intake monitor to promote healthy eating behaviors, and worked with various clients on the redesign of user interfaces, such as on websites and in mobile device and virtual reality applications.