From January 2017 to July 2017 I am a master student in the BCI group. My master thesis will be about the development and evaluation of a revolutionary low cost BCI device which should in the future allow remote data acquisition all over the world. In September and October 2016 I was composing an essay with the topic "Barriers and Opportunities of user-centered BCI development - A review of current development and recommendations for further initiatives". Since April 2016 I am employed as a research assistant for data acquisition in the BCI group. My tasks include the conduction of EEG sessions with ALS patients.