I received my bachelors and masters degree in electrical engineering and information technology from the Technical University of Munich. While working on intelligent technology I became fascinated on how the brain can produce remarkably complex movements and unlike today's technology can instantly adapt these movements to changes in the environment. Now during my PhD I'm studying the neural mechanisms of motor adaptation with the motivation of applying this knowledge to stroke rehabilitation therapy.
Brand, J. and Geisseler, O. and Holper, L. and Hepp-Reymond, M.C. and Morari, M. and Kiper, D. and Eng, K. The effects of manipulation of visual feedback in virtual reality on cortical activity: A pilot study
, Virtual Rehabilitation (ICVR), 2011 International Conference on