Jan Seifert is the mastermind of the RQube application. He developed the basic idea and programmed the backend of the software. The basics of the user interface of RQube are also based on his ideas.
Jan dealt with the challenges of experimental design since 1996 when he started working in the electrophysiological laboratories at the university of Trier, Germany. In his time at university he published numerous scientific articles. He earned his doctorate in 2005. Afterwards he joined UID, one of the worlds leading user experience companies. There he continues empirical works and develops and refines user research methods.
Patrick Britz is "second-in-command". He added the user interface to RQube. He was also the first to introduce RQube to a wider community.
His education involves a fundamental empirical knowledge with many years of experience. Having earned his doctorate, he joined BrainProducts.