Félix Hall

Bachelor of Computer Science
Liveris Undergraduate Scholar

Félix’s extended experience with technology has led to his enrolment in UQ’s Bachelor of Computer Science with a double major in Machine Learning and Cyber Security. 

Throughout his time as a student – graduating from Brisbane State High School in 2020, Félix participated in a multitude of activities which allowed him to grow into an impact-driven leader. This was recognised in 2020 with him receiving the Gold Duke of Edinburgh Award and the ADF Future Innovators Award. 

Félix has an unfaltering curiosity and drive for change which instigates his ability to independently teach himself complex topics. This has led to him becoming an essential part of every successful school national and international robotics and problem solving team since 2016, a professional web app developer for impact-driven local startups, as well as a national StartupWeekend and Young Change Agents finalist. This has seen him work on a myriad of projects addressing household and SME energy management, water loss mitigation, remote education, public safety, as well as diversity and inclusion in STEM. Félix is passionate in understanding and using technology’s potential to innovate simple yet impactful sustainability-focused solutions.

Outside of being that enthusiastic teen at hackathons or future-oriented conferences, one might find him mentoring scout leaders, in the performance halls as a composer and a performer, or simply in a nice park playing cards with friends.

Félix is honoured to be part of the Liveris Academy Scholars. He is confident it will support him to foster impactful and innovative solutions to pressing problems.

Félix Hall