Alexander Deveux started in April 2022 as PhD student for LESTRA (learning in view of sustainability transitions) as part of an European Research Council project. Together with Katrien Van Poeck and Frederik De Roeck as supervisors, their team will conduct research on learning in sustainability transitions from a transactional perspective.
Alexander obtained his bachelor degree in electromechanical engineering from Ghent University in 2018 before switching to the faculty of social and political sciences. Here he successfully finished the masters program in conflict and development studies in 2020, which he followed up with an educational masters of teaching in social sciences.
Alexander hosts a wide variety of interests, including topics such as colonial histories, rural life, social change, education and environmental sustainability.