Prof. Dr. Tilo Strobach studied psychology at the Free University in Berlin and started his doctorate at the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin in 2006. After a research stay at the University of California, San Diego he finished his doctoral degree in 2009 on mechanisms of optimized dual-task performance after practice. After that he hold post-doc positions at the chair of general and experimental psychology at the LMU Munich and at the chair of general psychology at the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin. He also was an acting professor at University of Hagen. Now, Tilo Strobach is a professor in general psychology at the Medical School Hamburg. He focuses his research on the analysis of cognitive plasticity as a result of training (for example: video-game, dual-task, working memory, and task switching training) and aging, the specification of cognitive processing architecture in situations that demand executive functions as well as the perception of complex objects.