Martin Tik

Personal data
Title:PhD Mag. rer. nat.
Name:Martin Tik
Address:Straßergasse 4/1/10
1190 Vienna
Born:May 19th, 1984
Higher Education
Dec 18th 2019PhD Degree in Medical Physics
Nov 2014 - Dec 2019Study of Medical Physics N094 PhD,
Medical University of Vienna
Oct 23th 2014Mag. rer. nat (M.Sc.-equivalent) Degree in Psychology
Oct 2008 - Oct 2014Diplomstudium Psychologie, University of Vienna
March 2005 – June 2006Study of Software and Information Engineering University of
Technology Vienna
June 2004Matura (graduated high school)
Sep 1999 – June 2004Bundesoberstufenrealgymnasium Honauerstraße, Linz
focus: Informatics
Professional Career
Mai 2014 - - Exzellenzzentrum Hochfeld-Magnetresonanz
Center for Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering,
Medical University of Vienna,
1090 Vienna
Scientific staff
10/2007 – 10/2008Ergonis Software, 4020 Linz
technical support/beta testing
09/2005 –09/2008Self-employed - advertising/marketing agency
„Advocado direct sales & market communication“
Direct sales, Market research, HR services
08/2007 –09/2007Smart Stream Technologies
Further Qualification
LanguagesEnglish (fluent), Latin , German (native)
Computer knowledge,
Matlab, SPM, FSL, AFNI, Pascal, Delphi
Unix, Linux, MacOsX, Windows, Office, Webdesign (HTML,
php), CMS, Mediawiki, Google Apps, etc
Teaching experience
2016 - current
Lectures on Neuroscience, Cognitive Science, functional
magnetic resonance imaging & brainstimulation
(e.g. Causal inference in cognitive neuroscience”,
University of Vienna)
Merit Abstract AwardOHBM 2017, Vancouver, Canada
“Connectomic insights into depression and TMS as a treatment option”
Merit Abstract AwardOHBM 2015, Honolulu, Hawaii
“Ultrahigh field fMRI insights on insight: Neural correlates of the Aha! moment”
Abstract Prize (highest award)IK 2015 Interdisciplinary College
“Towards understanding TMS mechanism of action”
Audience PrizeLife-science success 2018 (Janssen Special Award)
“TMS Treatment system that is easy to handle and tailored on patient’s needs”
Reviewer for
• Neuroimage
• Human Brain Mapping
• Brain Stimulation
• Frontiers in Human Neuroscience
• Neuropsychologia
• The Veterinary Journal
• European Journal of Neuroscience
• Organization for Human Brain Mapping (OHBM)
• Brain Stimulation and Imaging Meeting (BrainSTIM) - Program Committee
• COST Action 18138 - RISE Network in Peripartum Depression Disorder - Management Committee