Jessica Ip

I’m a PhD student in Cognitive Science at Brown University studying the electrophysiological and behavioral markers of multisensory perception in the brain over the course of healthy and pathological aging, advised by Dr. William Heindel and Dr. Elena Festa at the Aging and Cognition Lab.

I completed my bachelor's degree in Cognitive Systems at the University of British Columbia where I studied the influence of low-level visual attributes on the perception of graphical displays at the UBC Visual Cognition Lab, performed UX research in a cross-institutional collaboration between the Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems and the UBC Sensory Perception and Interaction Research Group on the Haptipedia project, and pursued information visualization and user research on the ValueCharts project at the Laboratory for Computational Intelligence. A central theme of my research experiences has been in vision, with my earliest research internship experience studying retinitis pigmentosa and macular degeneration in Xenopus laevis photoreceptors at the UBC Department of Ophthalmology & Visual Sciences in the VGH Eye Care Center.

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Research
Differential EEG Markers of Selective Attention and Feature Binding in Visual Search
Jessica Ip, William C. Heindel, Elena K. Festa
Vision Sciences Society Annual Meeting, 2024

Age-Related Effects of Audiovisual Semantic Congruency on Living and Nonliving Object Perception
Jessica Ip, William C. Heindel, Elena K. Festa
Cognitive Neuroscience Society (CNS) 30th Annual Meeting, 2023

Correlation Perception in Scatterplots is Invariant to Dot Size
Jessica Ip, Nicholas Chin, Ronald A. Rensink
Vision Sciences Society Annual Meeting, 2021
Elsevier/Vision Research Travel Award Recipient

Used applied psychophysics to study visual perception of correlation in data visualization designs.

Haptipedia: Accelerating Haptic Device Discovery to Support Interaction & Engineering Design
Hasti Seifi, Farimah Fazlollahi, Michael Oppermann, John A. Sastrillo, Jessica Ip, Ashutosh Agrawal, Gunhyuk Park Katherine J. Kuchenbecker Karon E. MacLean
ACM SIGCHI, 2019

An online haptic device library designed to accelerate haptic innovation.

Image Transitions
Supervised by Ronald A. Rensink
September 2016 – December 2017

Used conjunction and feature search paradigms to study how visual space is mentally represented.



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