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Jonathan D. Armstrong (M’05) is a native of Arlington, Texas, USA. He received the M.S. degree in electrical engineering from the University of Texas at Arlington in 2009. He is a Ph.D. research assistant in the Human Performance Institute (HPI) at the University of Texas at Arlington, Arlington, TX.
Using the award, his primary focus has been the investigation and measurement of human performance under the mentorship of Dr. George Kondraske. These investigations frequently require incorporation of Dr. Kondraske’s General Systems Performance Theory. Mr. Armstrong’s primary interest includes the measurement and quantification of human steadiness/tremor. His technical interests include signal processing, embedded operating systems, and circuit analysis.
As a result of this research, Mr. Armstrong is in the process of enriching the body of knowledge of Instrumentation and Measurement with the following publications:
1. Steadiness /Tremor Measurement Using Inertial Sensors: Processing Options and Key Issues (IEEE Transactions on Instrumentation and Measurement) (In Progress)
2. Deriving Steadiness/Tremor Composite Measures from Multiple Degrees of Freedom Motion Data Using General Systems Performance Theory (IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems & Rehabilitation Engineering) (In Progress)
University of Texas - Arlington