Björn Fabrice

Björn Nicolay works as a Doctoral Researcher in the research group Computer-Based Assessment at the University of Luxembourg. He obtained his Bachelor degree in Psychology from the University of Groningen (Netherlands) and the University of Chester (UK) in 2015, before pursuing his Master degree in Psychology at the University of Luxembourg, which he finished in 2017. Björn Nicolay has started working for CBA in spring 2017 as a research assistant. In the context of his PhD, he currently investigates the ways how students work on complex problems, and how training programs can be developed that foster complex problem solving skills in educational settings. He has taught several courses on B.Sc. and M.Sc. level and is an Associate Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (AFHEA). Next to complex problem solving, his research interests primarily include the topics Forensic Psychology, Motivation, and Personality.

Research interests
Complex Problem Solving
Educational Psychology
21st Century Skills
Forensic Psychology