Felix Bäuerle received his Bachelor degree at Ulm University in Physics in 2012. After taking a yearlong detour into industry to work on design of automated test benches he was drawn into biophysical studies upon return for his Master degree in Ulm. His master thesis prepared both at the Institute of Experimental Physics in Ulm, Germany, and at the Weizmann Institute of Science in Rehovot, Israel, focused on imaging enzyme kinetics in living cells and integration of cell traction force microscopy into micro fabricated organs-on-a-chip under the supervision of Prof. Kay-Eberhard Gottschalk and Prof. Gideon Schreiber. Now his research interest in the department of Biological Physics and Morphogenesis at the MPIDS is driven by the cunning self-organizing abilities of Physarum polycephalum.
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