Erika Mondria has completed numerous training and continuing education courses in the fields of psychology, neuroscience and the application of biometric measurement techniques (e.g. eye tracking, neurotechnologies, brain computer interfaces). Her subject matter expertise is not only incorporated into the Ars Electronica Center's Neurotechnology Division, which has been in existence since 2019, but also manifests itself in her diverse projects and research activities. She is a certified mental coach (2018), lecturer, juror and mentor in various disciplines. From 2009-19, Erika Mondria directed the Ars Electronica BrainLab. Currently, in addition to teaching at universities and serving as a supervisor for Brain Projects (Ars Electronica), she is working on her doctoral dissertation on body oscillations. She completed her studies in art and cultural studies in London (GB) and Marseille (F) in Linz (AT) (2007), which is also the location of her research work.