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International Journal of Neurorehabilitation
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Inge Wilms

Inge Wilms Brain Rehabilitation and Advanced Technology Laboratory
Department of Psychology
University of Copenhagen


2012 PhD at the Department of Psychology, University of Copenhagen 2007 Master of Science in Multimedia Technology and Games (IT and Learning) from the IT university of Copenhagen, Denmark 2005 Bachelor in Philosophy at the University of Copenhagen, Denmark 2004 Bachelor and minor in Informationspsychology at the University of Copenhagen, Denmark 1993 HD, part 1, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark 1989 IBM Mangement Education 1988 IBM Software Engineer i Database, operating systems and compiler products 1978 Academy Foundation Degree in Business and EDP, Copenhagen Business School
2011 Postdoc at the Department of Psychology, University of Copenhagen. Daily leader of BRATLab (Brain Rehabilitation and Research using Advanced Technology Laboratoty) 2008 - 2011 PhD fellow on a joint grant from the Center for Rehabilitation of Brain Injury and the Department of Psychology, University of Copenhagen, Denmark 2007 - Researcher, Center for Rehabilitation of Brain Injury, University of Copenhagen, Denmark. Specialization: cognitive neuroscience and computer-based neurorehabilitation. 2005 - 2007 Independent advisor and consultant within the field of information psychology and human-machine interaction. 2005 - 2006 Research assistant at the Center for Rehabilitation of Brain Injury, University of Copenhagen, Denmark. 2004 Assistant teacher at the Department of Psychology, University of Copenhagen, Denmark 1997 - 2003 Corporate IT director at Satair A/S responsible for global strategic IT development. 1994 -1997 Director of international department in IBM reponsible for business development of technical internet trade solutions. 1988 - 1993 Head of software development department and IT operations in the software engineering department of IBM Denmark. Responsible for the IBM global Common Corrective Service System. 1984 - 1988 Advisory software engineer in database products in IBM Denmark A/S (Nordic specialist). 1984 - 1984 Stationed in i California in IBM's database development department 1978 - 1984 Software engineer in operating systems, database and compiler products in IBM Denmark A/S. 1978 - 1978 Programmer in Handelsbanken (now Den Danske Bank).

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Basic elements common for the activation and control of brain plasticity including:
Intensity in training (frequency and length) Adaptive level of difficulty in training. Which logic provides the best results? Feedback and the way it is provided to the trainee Computerbased cognitive rehabilitation. Special considerations in the use of IT in rehabilitation to get en effect of training. Adaptive training. How machine learning algorithms may be used to adapt level of difficulty in training to the individual progress of the trainee. Improving diagnostic tools for neglect using computerbased tests. Constraint Induced Therapy, CIT, CILT

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