Lilian Garza is an Associate Scientist at Explico. As an associate, Lilian conducts site inspections, literature reviews, and creates technical reports to support the Human Factors team.
Lilian earned her Master of Science in Cognitive Systems from the University of Ulm in Ulm, Germany and her Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Texas A&M University in College Station, TX. While in graduate school, Lilian participated in a research project involving Vive Pro VR goggles as well as a project involving driver interaction using a driving simulator. During her undergraduate studies, she also contributed in research as a Research Assistant in the Department of Psychology’s decision making lab. Her educational experience has been largely shaped by the research she has participated in. Due to this research-based background, Lilian has experienced in subject data collection.
Lilian also strives to be an active member of her community by highlighting the importance of mental health. During her time in college, she co-established the first ever National Eating Disorder Association Walk in College Station.