After obtaining my BSc in Psychology at Ghent University in 2016, I completed a MSc in Experimental Psychology at the same institute in 2017; including a 6 month internship at the University of Oxford. I had started a 'Master after Master' in Statistical Data Analysis in 2018, once again at Ghent University, which I put on hold to start my PhD in January 2019 at the University of Essex.
I currently work at the Brain-Computer Interfaces and Neural Engineering Laboratory at the University of Essex as a cross faculty PhD student in both the School of Computer Science and Electronic Engineering and Department of Psychology.
I am interested in the interactive relation between (cognitive) behavior and functional brain activity.
My current research focuses on the changing characteristics of pre-movement neural markers in EEG related to learning, to improve BCI based motor rehabilitation protocols.