We believe in a more connected, more peaceful world. Love, harmony and happiness thrive in connection, and we use technology to get there. The connection we speak of is both to others and to ourselves.

We were founded from a simple union. The technology tinkerers joined the spiritually curious, and that’s how our story started. From there we grew to a passionate team of research scientists, software engineers, entrepreneurs, and taco-lovers dedicated to enhancing happiness using technology. We wake up, excited to transform experiences, and thus change the world.


Patrick Sebastian



Patrick Hilsbos is a serial entrepreneur who sees technology’s potential to catalyze self-awareness, self-love, and meaningful connection. He’s a software engineer with a background in artificial intelligence who has spent more than 10 years meeting with world experts in psychology, hypnosis, spirituality, meditation, and martial arts to uncover the most powerful ways to unlock human potential. As CEO and co-founder at neuromore, he is leading the development of apps and platforms to massively increase happiness, focus, and creativity.




Benjamin Jillich is the Chief Technology Officer and Co-Founder of neuromore. He studied computer science at the University of Stuttgart and brings in over ten years of experience in real-time data processing and 3D visualization. Benjamin successfully established an animation middleware company with customers ranging from EA and Sony Online to Warner Bros.




Michael Hilsbos has spent over 30 years as a CPA and consultant. He worked for several Fortune Global 500 companies and was the CEO for an accounting and consultancy company. He was a board member and shareholder in a large consulting company with over 200 employees. Michael’s extensive expertise in accounting and tax advice, combined with his unique education in mediation, communication, and hypnotherapy, has been a valuable asset to many large companies and universities. Sharing this knowledge, he lectured at the University of Stuttgart and was part of its examining board.




Shameen Motiwala serves as Chief Mindfulness Officer for neuromore. Shameen has over 15 years of expertise and experience in building, managing, and advising businesses at all levels and across many industries. He is also the founder of Alternative Thinking and brings over 25 years of experience and expertise in the optimization of the human mind and body. Shameen earned a BS and Masters degree from Rutgers University, with a focus on Quantitative Finance, Finance and Computer Science.




Christian Wolf is supporting neuromore as an advisor in the area of organisational development. He is currently serving as Head of Global Logistics & Trade Compliance at Avago Technologies, a S&P 500 company. He brings in over 20 years of high-tech industry experience including international business operations and supply chain management. Christian studied at the University of Applied Sciences in Pforzheim, Germany. He has held various managerial positions, which included international assignments to drive innovation of worldwide supply chain programs.




Anthony Jacquin is the voice featured in the streaming experiences of neuromore. He honed his larynx over the last 20 years as a hypnotist and mystery performer, and now it is made of the finest English tweed. In his private practice, he has shown over 5000 people how to change the way they think, feel and respond in life. He is a respected teacher of hypnosis and hypnotherapy and the author of the seminal book Reality is Plastic. At neuromore, his primary interest is using contemplative techniques and experiential inquiry to provoke transformative experiences in others.

Leslie, PhD


Leslie Sherlin, PhD is one of the world’s leading experts on the neuroscience of high performance. Sherlin has founded a number of different companies and holds four academic appointments. Sherlin has led SenseLabs’ research partnerships with Red Bull’s High Performance Center, USA Track & Field, US military Special Operations Forces and more, to discover what the brains of the most high performing people were doing and help them do more of it. Dr. Sherlin is listed in the United States Olympic Committee Sport Psychology and Mental Training Registry. He is a Certified Consultant by the Association for Applied Sport Psychology, certified at the Diplomate level in quantitative electroencephalography (QEEG) and is BCIA Board Certified both in Biofeedback and Neurofeedback.


Dr. Martin
Jeffery A.


Jeffery is a founder of the Transformative Technology space, a serial entrepreneur, and a social scientist who researches personal transformation and the states of greatest human well-being. He serves as a formal and informal advisor to a wide range of companies and other organizations in the space, is an active early-stage investor, and is a frequent public speaker on TransTech related topics. He has been an invited speaker at many top universities including: Harvard, Yale, Stanford, University of London, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, and the National University of Singapore. Over the last 10 years Jeffery has conducted the largest international study on persistent non-symbolic experience (PNSE), which includes the forms of extraordinary wellbeing.




Mikey Siegel is a pioneer of the Transformative Technology movement, with the vision of developing new tools that reduce stress and anxiety, increase joy and well-being, and eradicate human suffering from the inside out. He is a co-founder of the Transformative Technology Lab at Sofia University, founder of BioFluent Technologies and the Consciousness Hacking Meetups. He has worked developing interactive technologies at leading institutions including NASA, Audi, Theranos, and The Tech Museum in San Jose. He received an MS from the MIT Media Lab.


Schmidt, PhD


Albrecht Schmidt is a scientific advisor for neuromore. He is a professor of human-computer interaction and cognitive systems and part of the SimTech Cluster of Excellence at the University of Stuttgart. Albrecht received his PhD in computer science from Lancaster University in the UK and specializes in pervasive and wearable computing, health applications, and sensor-based user interfaces.


Mash, PhD


Dr. Deborah Mash is a Professor of Neurology and Molecular and Cellular Pharmacology at the University of Miami School of Medicine. She is the Director of the University of Miami Brain Endowment Bank. After receiving her PhD, she completed a post-doctoral fellowship in neurology and neuroanatomy at Beth Israel Hospital, Harvard Medical School. Her studies on aging, neurodegenerative and neuropsychiatric disorders, and drug and alcohol research have been reported in over 200 articles, monographs, and presentations at national and international meetings.




Stefan Lorenz is a software engineer at neuromore. He is responsible for visualizations and cloud components. He studied bioinformatics at the University of Tübingen and IT management at the FOM. Stefan worked on next generation DNA-sequencing data software at the Fraunhofer Institute and is an expert in big-data analysis.



Manuel Jerger is a software engineer and responsible for high-performance signal processing, data classification algorithms, and real-time visualization. He studied computer science and electrical engineering at the University of Stuttgart. He is a maker at heart and is committed to building world-changing platforms.




Oliver Rummeyer is a software engineer at neuromore. He has over 15 years of experience in developing large-scale enterprise applications. After studying computer science at the University of Ulm, Oliver worked as a consultant for nearly a decade. He also worked as a software architect and security specialist for one of the largest financial institutions in Europe.




Thomas Kosch is a software engineer and master student at the University of Stuttgart. He is researching brain visualization algorithms with the aim to simplify decoding and increase usabilty. He is a passionate software developer with a strong interest in human-computer interaction and user interfaces.

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