Felix Ambrus has completed his Bachelor's and Master's degree program in Packaging Technology (Engineering) at the Beuth University of Applied Sciences Berlin. His main interests were the optimization of packaging constructions, packaging materials and packaging from an economic point of view, principles of transport, handling and storage technology and in particular the protection of originality and manipulation in the packaging industry.
He gained specialized knowledge in the field of performance testing of shipping containers and systems as well as single package shipping systems. In this area, he wrote his master's thesis with a Swiss pharmaceutical packaging manufacturer, who will now implement a novel in-house system to investigate the transport safety of packaging and to optimize design features.
In June 2019, he began a PhD in which he researches ways to evaluate the determination of economic benefits of measures against counterfeiting and manipulation.