is Chairman at SFNR Foundation
(Scottish Foundation for Neurodevelopment Research).
Felix studies neural systems. His main area of research is the CorticoLimbic EMS model for neurodevelopment which is a biophysics approach to brains structure. He is also interested in the integration of neuroscience models to the field of Artificial General intelligence.
He coauthored Magnetic fields of radial glial in neonates: Mechanisms for a cortical dipole structure by VZ calcium waves.
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Felix is currently working to complete his Ph.D. in Computational Neuroscience at The Open University.