° Antwerp, 1978
Kandidaat in de Wijsbegeerte, University of Antwerp (Ufsia), 1999
Licentiaat in de Wijsbegeerte (Master in Philosophy), University of Ghent, 2001
Master in Artificial Intelligence, University of Leuven, 2002
Postgraduate in Applied Computer Science, Free University of Brussels, 2006
Research assistant of the Research Foundation - Flanders (Aspirant van het FWO-Vlaanderen), since October 2003.
Member of the University of Antwerp's Centre for Philosophical Psychology.
Research interests include: the 'Hard Problem' of consciousness, reductionism in philosophy of mind, eliminativist approaches to phenomenal consciousness (Dennett), situated cognition, philosophy of artificial intelligence, cognitive science, computer science.