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| name          = Erik van den Berge
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| caption        = Van den Berge in 2014
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| role          = {{unbulleted_list | Stimulus Designer | Manager [[RIVER Labs]]}}
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| expertise      = {{unbulleted_list | Adobe Illustrator | Adobe Photoshop | Adobe Premiere Pro | Autodesk 3Ds Max | Autodesk Motionbuilder | HTML5 | Unity3d | Worldviz Vizard}}
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| email          = e.vandenberge@ru.nl
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| telephone      = 17811
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| office        = B.00.85
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| building      = Spinoza
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| working_days  = {{unbulleted_list | Monday | Tuesday | Wednesday | Thursday | Friday }}
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Erik van den Berge is the TSG's resident Stimulus Designer. He is an expert in the field of digital media, with a bachelor's degree in Communication and Multimedia Design. As his job title suggests, Erik helps researchers with designing visual stimuli for scientific experiments.  
 
Erik van den Berge is the TSG's resident Stimulus Designer. He is an expert in the field of digital media, with a bachelor's degree in Communication and Multimedia Design. As his job title suggests, Erik helps researchers with designing visual stimuli for scientific experiments.  

Revision as of 12:17, 27 September 2016

Erik van den Berge
Erikvdb wiki.png
Van den Berge in 2014
Profile
Role
Expertise
  • Adobe Illustrator
  • Adobe Photoshop
  • Adobe Premiere Pro
  • Autodesk 3Ds Max
  • Autodesk Motionbuilder
  • HTML5
  • Unity3d
  • Worldviz Vizard
Contact Information
E-mail e.vandenberge@ru.nl
Telephone +31 24 36 17811
Office B.00.85 (Spinoza)
Working Days
  • Monday
  • Tuesday
  • Wednesday
  • Thursday
  • Friday

Erik van den Berge is the TSG's resident Stimulus Designer. He is an expert in the field of digital media, with a bachelor's degree in Communication and Multimedia Design. As his job title suggests, Erik helps researchers with designing visual stimuli for scientific experiments. His activities include, but are not limited to:

Erik has his office set up in room B.00.85 of the Radboud Spinoza building. Feel free to drop by any workday between 9.30 and 18.00.

Alternatively, you can contact him via electronic mail or telephone: +31243617811

External Links

TSG Staff Profile