Balder is the co-founder of CINC. He is a medical equipment designer with a PhD investigating the relationship between creativity and constraints. His speciality is creativity training, and practical application of Morten's research.
Morten is co-founder of CINC and is a neurobiologist with a PhD in the neuroscience of creativity. Morten is a world-leading neurobiologist in the field of creativity research, involving complex studies of brain functions.
Jacob is Managing Partner of CINC. He is a seasoned entrepreneur with a background in teaching, frugal innovation and social entrepreneurship. He leads the business side of CINC and is the key to disseminating the science of neurocreativity, while administering the creative geniuses he works with on a daily basis.
Our international presence. CINC Paris. Voilá!
These people make sure that we are up to date with the newest research within neurocreativity.
Andreas is a medical doctor with a PhD in cognitive neuroscience and brain plasticity. He is an expert in cognitive training and has a general interest for various approaches to improving cognition.
Dagny is an expert in creativity training programs, and is currently writing a PhD on the relationship between creativity training and organizational innovation.
Emma Thomas is the Communications Manager at CINC, helping to ignite the creative spark within all sorts of organisations and individuals. For the past 20 years she has been working in academic publishing - across both private and non-profit companies - in a range of roles encompassing editorial, marketing, and business development.
Angga is the most creative person we know, and is therefore working with the UN Innovation lab. Whenever we see Angga we make sure that he organizes at least one workshop with us.
Talk from 'Ideas of the future’
(Introduction in Danish, but talk is in English)
Talk from TEDxCopenhagen
Talk from TV2
See the ‘publications’ buttons in the above team section for a list of all individual publications.