Sergio Mejia received his PhD in Optical Science from the National Institute of Optical, Electronic and Astrophysics, Mexico. His thesis topic “Wigner Distribution Function in Optical Coherent Systems” proposes a model to support the optical resolution of a microscope. Later, in 2015, he applied the least action principle to predict trajectories of pedestrians in a Living Lab, as a postdoctoral fellow in the Psychophysics and Visual Perception Laboratory under the supervision of Prs. Jocelyn Faubert and Eduardo Lugo. This model defines a potential energy landscape over the pedestrians environment and analyzes how it affects their trajectory.
Currently, he is working with Pr. Delphine Bernardin in the framework of the CRSNG-Essilor research chair and studies the focal plane of the eye during the use of driving simulators.
- Physical Optics.
- Eye tracking.
- Image spatial resolution.
- Visual and multisensory perception.
Visual Psychophysics and Perception Laboratory, School of Optometry, Montreal University, Montreal, QC, Canada
2015: PhD in Sciences Optics – National Institute of Optical, Electronic and Astrophysics, Mexico.
2011: Master of Sciences in Optics- National Institute of Optical, Electronic and Astrophysics, Mexico.
2009: BSc Electronics Engineering.