Marvin Andujar is a Ph.D. student in Human-Centered Computing and a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellow at the University of Florida. Marvin is also a GEM Fellow, a Generation Google Scholar, and an Intel Scholar. Marvin has interned with Intel for two summers where he received $300,000 from a Senior Vice-President and CEO to fund his PhD Brain-Computer Interface research. His research concentration is on Affective Brain-Computer Interfaces where he focuses on the understanding of the user’s affective and cognitive state during human-machine interaction and/or while they perform real world activities. His dissertation is based on the retrieval of engagement levels and cognitive workload neurophysiologically to be adapted as a quantified-self for self-monitor. He holds a B.S. in Computer Science and a B.A. in Mathematical Sciences from Kean University, Union, NJ.