Our team is highly science-driven and consists of hardware, software, signal processing and sound engineers, who have years of experience in their respective fields. We have neuroscience researchers focused on maintaining scientific rigor, and an excellent advisory board. Furthermore, we possess the necessary operations, technical and business know-how. Beyond this, our team shares the same vision of helping people to better understand their own minds, to increase self-awareness and understanding. In particular, it is this vision that motivates and determines us to develop the best possible product.
Software Developer / Embedded Systems Engineer
David studied Electronics Engineering at Budapest Technical University and Kyungpook National University in South Korea. He has skills in software development by working at companies such as General Electric or National Instruments. He joined our team in 2017 November to develop the front-end of the Neurosphere desktop and tablet application while doing his master studies in Embedded Systems at TU Berlin.
Data Analyst / Scientific Assistant
Isabella has a master’s degree (MSc) in Neuroscience from the Humboldt-Universität and wrote her thesis on the brain bases of language.
During her studies she worked at the Max Planck Institute for Human Development where she learnt to use electroencephalography methods.
She joined Neurosphere in 2018 as a Data Analyst and Scientific Assistant for the development and improvement of neural data processing methods and of proper research methodologies.
Head of Cloud Computing / Interim Software Lead
Ulrich Simon has over 30 years of experience in the field of software development.
In 1987, with the age of 16 he finished the development of his first computer game “Agricola” which was played by tens of thousands of people.
In 1988 he sold his first software "Phobos" BBS, an email delivery network over dial-up modem connection and newsgroups discussion forum.
The software was also sold to Commodore Europe and used to support a broad range of customers.
While working in his free time as an IT specialist at Bayer AG, he achieved a german degree "Dipl.-Inform. in Computer Science" at the well known University RWTH Aachen in 1999.
Always following new technologies and customer needs, he worked for about 10 years for different companies and different projects in the chemical, automotive and financial industry.
Beginning in 2011 he specialised on data security and cloud computation.
In 2018 he joined the Neurosphere team as the interim software lead and head of cloud computing.