Sjors is a PhD candidate at Tilburg University, Department of Criminal law (the Netherlands). In 2016 he graduated law school, during which he specialized himself in criminal law. In the same year he started as a lecturer in criminal law at Tilburg University. In 2017 he started his PhD research which is on the use of neurotechnological mind reading in different stages of criminal law, and whether such kind of mind reading may be coerced to defendants and prisoners in light of European human rights, such as the right to privacy and the privilege against self-incrimination. In this context he is also interested in the philosophical concept of coercion and the way in which the European court applies this concept in legal cases.