Liza Cornet is a postdoc researcher at the Institute of Education and Child Studies, Leiden University. As of 2018, she is involved as a researcher in the ERC research program "CRIMETIME" led by Prof. Dr. Jean-Louis van Gelder. This research project focuses on the development of a virtual reality and smartphone intervention for young delinquents.
After studying Psychology, with a specialization in Neuropsychology, at Maastricht University, Liza completed her PhD dissertation entitled "Brains Behind Bars" at the VU University in Amsterdam in 2015. In the following three years she worked at the Scientific Research and Documentation Center (WODC) of the Ministry of Justice and Security where she investigated the added value of neuroscientific knowledge within the juvenile criminal justice context and the possibilities of ‘Quantified Self’ methods (including smartwatches) for the judicial context.
Scholarships and Awards
- UTwente Incentive Fund travel grant for a research visit in LA, California (2018)
- Ministry of J&V grant to write a research report about virtual reality (2018)
- Nominated for the Willem Nagel prize for best Criminology PhD dissertation (2017)
- KNAW Academy Colloquium grant (2017)
- KNAW Faces of Science (2014)
- NWO winner Pecha Kucha presentation (2014)
Basisaantekening Psychodiagnostiek (BAPD) – NIP
- Wetenschapscommunicatie activiteiten (o.a. vlogs en blogs maken, lezingen en trainingen geven)