Felix Wechsler, born 1995 in Germany
2019 - 2021: Master's degree in Photonics at Friedich Schiller University of Jena
Master's thesis is about a kaleidoscopic multiview microscope at the Microscopy department of the Leibniz Institute of Photonic Technology in Jena and K|Lens GmbH under the joint supervision of Rainer Heintzmann and Ivo Ihrke.
2014 - 2019: Bachelor's degree in Physics at Technical University of Munich
2015 - 2019: Bachelor's degree in Informatics at Technical University of Munich
Thesis topic was Light Field Microscopy at the Computational Imaging and Inverse Problems research group.
2020 - 2021: Working student microsystems engineer at K|Lens
2019 - 2020: Working student in the field of machine learning at ICO-LUX
2019 - 2019: Working student Max Planck Institute for Physics
2015 - 2018: Several times being teaching assistant in the subjects Functional Programming and Verification and Basic Lab Course
2014 - 2017: Supervisor of the German team at the International Young Physicists' Tournament (IYPT)
My part was to organize the GYPT and train pupils for the IYPT.
2014 - 2016: Working student at the Leibniz Supercomputing Centre, Garching
Honours Programme of the University of Jena
Research grant and personal support for an optical inverse modeling framework. Awarded by the Friedrich Schiller University to only 0.4% of the students.
Gold and silver medals at the IYPT as team captain and team leader.
Schülerpreis of the German Physical Society
awarded to only 10 pupils each year
Presenting Julia and tools suited for microscopy imaging like DeconvOptim.jl. Link to Material.
2019 - today: Chairman of the Orpheus e.V.
Responsible for managing the society and organizing seminars about physics with 200 participants.
2014 - today: Supervisor and Juror at the GYPT
Guiding pupils during preparation. Support as juror in regional and final stages.
2014 - 2019: Student Council, member of the department council, speaker of physics and computer science year
Highest student representative in the department of Informatics representing > 5000 students.