Simon obtained his bachelor's degree Psychobiology in 2016, and is now in the last phase of his master's Cognitive Neurobiology and Clinical Neurophysiology at the Unversity of Amsterdam. Previously, he worked at the Brain Center Rudolph Magnus in Utrecht, looking into the behavior of neuronal signals in the sensorimotor cortex during grasping movements.
Research Interest Summary
Brain Computer-Interfaces, neuroprosthetics, sensorimotor control, somatosensory feedback
At the moment, Simon is working on the sensory side of the human BCI project, investigating how restored sensation impacts prosthetic arm control.