I enjoy teaching. Whether the crowd is full of established academics or students doesn’t matter to me.
In the last years, I have been heavily involved in the programming courses in the Psychology Bachelor program at Utrecht University. In these courses, I teach students how to set up their own experiments and how to analyze their own data. In addition, I teach in the Applied Cognitive Psychology Master program on data analysis, signal detection theory and the problem of generalizability.
In 2016, I was lucky to receive the Maarten van Son junior prize for my teaching efforts: a prize awarded by faculty to Psychology teachers with less than 5 years of experience. Furthermore, I was nominated twice for the junior Psychology teacher of the year award by student vote (2015/2016).
I’ve given many presentations at conferences, foreign Universities and companies on eye-tracking research and methodology. Some of these are: Tobii Pro, University of Geneva, University of Turku, Lund University, the University of British Columbia and the Arctic University of Tromsø.