Mark Costa

Assistant Research Professor

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20102021

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During his doctoral work, Mark Costa oversaw the design and implementation of a cloud-based storage and analysis system for several externally funded, big data-related projects. He has published in the areas of scientometrics, applied neuroscience, and human-computer interaction, leveraging his knowledge of computational techniques to analyze data. He is currently the interim director of the M.I.N.D. Lab, which includes advanced physiological sensors (fNIRS, EEG, ECG) and a variety of augmented and mixed reality devices. 

Education

Information Science & Technology, PhD

20072016

Library Science, MLS, University of Buffalo

20022003

History, BA, University of Buffalo

20002002

Research Interests

  • mmersive media to support social mindfulness practice
  • understanding the basic neural mechanisms of mindfulness in high stress populations

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