After his bachelor in physics, Felix studied his master's in both physics and mathematics at Utrecht University (the Netherlands). His focus was on differential equations and dynamical systems and their applications, with the focus on climate dynamics. During his studies, he became interested in all the possibilities to apply the theory of dynamical systems in real-life problems. During his studies in Utrecht, Felix has been teaching a large number of different courses in physics and mathematics, both at the university as at UCU (University College Utrecht). In november 2017 he started his PhD in the Gelens lab at KU Leuven, where he will focus on biological dynamical systems, in particular in the area of cell division. In his spare time, Felix likes to play the piano, tennis, teaching and meeting with friends. He also likes cooking and experimenting with the pairing of food with drinks (such as wine or whisky).
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