Fèlix Real Fraxedas is a visiting student at the Bioastronautics and Human Performance Lab of Texas A&M University. His research focuses on the altered gravity cardiovascular changes and countermeasures.
Having grown up in a small town near Barcelona, Spain, he is finishing a Bachelor’s Degrees in Mathematics and Engineering Physics, in the CFIS program at the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (UPC) in Barcelona. He has been enrolled insome mathematics-focused academic programs and he has also done internships at two start-ups: Adsmurai and Wikiloc, doing Software Engineering and Data Analysis, respectively.
Outside of the academic world, Fèlix loves sport, both practising it and watching it on TV. He competed in swimming for ten years, and he also likes playing basketball or soccer with friends or going running or cycling. He also enjoys going to the cinema or reading a book.