Senior Research Electrophysiologist
Since September 2010
I perform original research directed toward improving the efficiency of electrophysiological assessment, and devising new tests to investigate normal hearing mechanisms and hearing disorders. The research is performed using single and multi channel EEG and MEG systems on hearing aid and cochlear implant users in particular. I currently supervise 2 PhD candidates and a Research Electrophysiologist.
Since March 2009
March 2009 --- August 2010
PhD in Engineering in from Katholieke Universiteit Leuven in 2008
Master in Electrical Engineering in with focus on Signal Processing from Katholieke Universiteit Leuven in 2003