Dr. Stefanie Enriquez-Geppert
Dr. Stefanie Enriquez-Geppert is an assistant professor and leads various projects at the University of Groningen, with a particular focus on neurofeedback research. She researches how our brain performs executive functions - the skills that help us to plan, concentrate and juggle multiple tasks. Her main goal is to develop brain training methods that improve these everyday skills and make everyday decision making and problem solving easier for everyone.
Charlotte Bovenberg has a bachelor's degree in psychology and is currently working as a young researcher of the TULIP team as part of a laboratory rotation investigating new neurofeedback methods.
Ben Nitz is a 3rd year Bachelor's student who is currently working on a multinational study on the acceptability of psychedelic-assisted neurofeedback. He is furthermore one of the founders of the Groninger Psychedelic Society.
Simon Dijkstra is a 3rd year psychology student. He is currently writing his thesis about the acceptability of a learning companion during neurofeedback as part of the TULIP project.
Antoniadou Thiresia is a graduate in Social and Educational Policies currently pursuing studies in psychology. She is engaged in experimental work to evaluate the accessibility factors of Neurofeedback training as part of the TULIP project.
Saar Weijerman is a bachelor's student in Psychology at the University of Groningen. Currently, she is an experimenter in the TULIP project, delving into the research on acceptability of learning companions during neurofeedback.
Elise Grevet is a cognitive engineer from France (INCIA lab, Bordeaux) who is currently doing her PhD in the field of BCI, neurofeedback and learning companions. For a collaboration, she is doing a research stay in Groningen to work on the TULIP project. She is playing a key role in developing the prototype for a neurofeedback companion.
Ania Stróżyk is an Honours psychology student researching neurofeedback and human-robot interactions, while at the same time delving into graphic design. She aims to bridge the worlds of psychology, neuroscience and design and brings this knowledge to the TULIP project.
Javier Francisco Castilla Jiménez
Javier Castilla Jiménez studied neuroscience and graduated on the topic therapeutic applications of psilocybin. Recently, he started his Phd in a joint program of the Autonomous University of Mexico and Groningen on topics such as psychedelic-assisted neurofeedback.
Willemijn Meiborg is a psychology bachelor’s student at the University of Groningen. She is involved as an experimenter in a neurofeedback companion project and is researching its acceptability as part of the TULIP project.
Cameron Kgomotso Taylor
Cameron Kgomotso Taylor is a Bachelor student from South African with an interest in Neuroscience and underprivileged populations. He is researching the acceptability of a learning companion during neurofeedback as part of the TULIP project.