Felix Jäger is employed in the DFG project "Immigration, Integration, and Naturalization: New Immigrants, Policy Decisions and Citizens’ Responses" and doctoral candidate at the Chair of Political Sociology. In 2017 he finished his Bachelor of Arts in Political Science with Economics as minor subject at the Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main. Afterwards he moved to the University of Bamberg to continue his studies in Political Science in the Master's degree program. During his time in Bamberg, he especially improved his methodological knowledge. In his master thesis, he examines the attitudes towards counter terrorism measures of U.S. citizens. In particular, the effect of different terror scenarios on the attitudes towards different policies is explored.
His research concerns the effect of terrorism, as well as attitudes towards immigrants. Methodologically his emphases are quantitative research and visualizing data. Furthermore, he is interested in the field of "Computational Social Science".