Thesis Supervision

I supervise students, mostly from the fields of medicine, biomedical engineering, neuroscience and cognitive sciences. If you are interested in a thesis or an internship in our lab, you can contact me and i’ll gladly consider your application. If you want to learn more about how i supervise, i also can set you up with one of my former students. Feel free to ask. I have supervised theses on

  • (2020): Kartierung und Modulation nicht-primärmotorischer Netzwerke mittels transkranieller Magnetstimulation MD Thesis
  • (2019): Modulation of ipsilateral corticospinal excitability by brain state dependent, transcranial magnetic stimulation and proprioceptive feedback Bachelor Medical Engineering
  • (2018): Modulation sensorischer Schwellen mittels peripherer, elektrischer Stimulation Bachelor Medical Engineering
  • (2018): Phase-Dependent Effects of Neuromuscular Stimulation during Motor Imagery in Hemispheric Comparison Bachelor Medical Engineering
  • (2018): Cortical Analysis of Small Fiber Matrix Stimulation Effects Bachelor Medical Engineering
  • (2017): Die Bedeutung kognitiver Belastung und adaptiver Schwierigkeitsanpassung für Neurofeedback-basiertes Training MD Thesis
  • (2017): Task-abhängige und -unabhängige kortikomuskuläre Interaktionen während komplexer Greifbewegungen. MD Thesis
  • (2016): Multimodales physiologisches Monitoring während einer Motor Imagery Aufgabe mit BCI-gesteuertem haptischem Feedback. MD Thesis
  • (2015): Optimization of feedback parameters for restorative brain-computer-interfaces. Bachelor Medical Engineering
  • (2014): Die Handöffnung: eine Analyse der muskulären Aktivität. Bachelor Medical Engineering
  • (2014): Evidence of phase and power entrainment using tACS in the Human Cortex. Master Neural and Behavioral Sciences
  • (2013): Development of a device for real-time closed-loop transcranial current stimulation. Bachelor Medical Engineering
  • (2013): Frequency specific modulation of corticomuscular interactions. Bachelor Medical Engineering


Every summer term, i teach “Neuroprosthethics and Intelligent Implants”, and every winter term, i teach “Neuromodulation and Neuroplasticity”. Together with colleagues from our research group we cover the basics of clinical applications, digital signal processing, invasive and non-invasive brain stimulation and brain-computer-interface technology . Places are prioritized for biomedical engineering students, but guest students are possible. If you are interested in joining, i’ll consider your application.

2019 onwards: Neuroprosthetics and Intelligent Implants / Neuromodulation and Intelligent Implants

2013-2019: Neuroprosthetics and Neuromodulation

2013: Bridging the Gap. Introduction to Ethics for Scientists