Dr. rer. nat. Felix Patzelt

Data Science and Interdisciplinary Physics
Socioeconomic and Neural Systems

Felix Patzelt is currently researching high-frequency market dynamics at CFM in collaboration with Jean-Philippe Bouchaud and with support by the DFG. He will take on new challenges later in 2018. Please find out more below or on the social web.

Select works

Doctoral dissertation on adaptive control, learning, and catastrophic instabilities in human motor control and financial multi-agent systems. Awarded the “Bremer Studienpreis 2015”. Freely available.
Doctoral dissertation on adaptive control, learning, and catastrophic instabilities in human motor control and financial multi-agent systems. Awarded the “Bremer Studienpreis 2015”. Freely available.
The Seesaw Game - Public experiment in mass psychology and accessible science communication project.
The Seesaw Game - Public experiment in mass psychology and accessible science communication project.
Please find out more on the full publication list and press coverage pages.
Please find out more on the full publication list and press coverage pages.

Other experience

Until 2016, Felix Patzelt was a member of the theoretical neurophysics lab of Klaus Pawelzik at the University of Bremen, where he wrote his thesis, papers, and successful grant proposals. He also taught physics and theoretical neuroscience.
Until 2016, Felix Patzelt was a member of the theoretical neurophysics lab of Klaus Pawelzik at the University of Bremen, where he wrote his thesis, papers, and successful grant proposals. He also taught physics and theoretical neuroscience.
Until 2008, he worked as a freelance programmer and graphic designer in the network nachtlicht-media.   Since then he occasionally created websites for personal use, research, and friends:   Julie Comparini, The Seesaw Game, and this site.
Until 2008, he worked as a freelance programmer and graphic designer in the network nachtlicht-media.
Since then he occasionally created websites for personal use, research, and friends:
Julie Comparini, The Seesaw Game, and this site.
Felix Patzelt started playing classical guitar at the age of 10 and electrical guitar soon thereafter. He obtained his secondary education at the Kippenberg Gymnasium, a school with a strong music and arts focus. He still plays, but rarely in public due to time constraints. A recent example can be found here.
Felix Patzelt started playing classical guitar at the age of 10 and electrical guitar soon thereafter. He obtained his secondary education at the Kippenberg Gymnasium, a school with a strong music and arts focus. He still plays, but rarely in public due to time constraints. A recent example can be found here.