Since July 2020 Felix Neuner works as a researcher in the Competence Center Energy Technologies and Energy Systems in the Business Unit Energy Economy. There he uses statistical methods and agent-based modeling to analyze the interplay of user behavior, alternative drives in traffic and energy systems. He holds the lectures Statistics, Linear Algebra and Differential Equations at the Baden-Württemberg Cooperative State University.
Felix Neuner studied engineering and management at Friedrich-Alexander University in Erlangen and psychology at Ulm University. He specialized in energy systems, modeling and psychological research. During his studies, he worked as a lecturer in mathematics at the Baden-Württemberg Cooperative State University and as a tutor in methodology at Ulm University. Subsequently, at the Institute for Clinical and Biological Psychology of Ulm University, he investigated the relationship between energy metabolism in immune cells and psychological functioning and gave seminars for psychology students.