I offer assistance and advice to researchers, companies, and consumers who are concerned about motion sickness in real and virtual environments. Please contact me me if you would like to get more information.
I have more than 10 years of experience in the domain of motion sickness and visually induced motion sickness. My expertise will help you to understand this complex phenomenon and to find the best solutions for your problem.
As an experimental psychologist, I'm familiar with developing the optimal study design for your needs. This includes defining accurate hypothesis, calculating the sample size, identifying measurement tools, and conducting statistical analyses.
Over the past decade, I have established a broad network with academic partners through numerous collaborations. I nurtured these relationships by hosting the 6th International Conference on Visually Induced Motion Sensations in Toronto in 2017.
I have established strong ties and connections with various industry partners around the globe, including companies form the automotive, engineering, and pharmaceutical sector.
PUBLISHING AND PRESENTING
Writing scientific reports or manuscripts can be challenging. I have gained substantial experience with publishing empirical work as an author, editor, and reviewer of manuscripts and reports.