Eline Jans obtained a master's degree in Musicology from the University of Leuven (2013) as well as a master's degree in Cultural Management from the University of Antwerp (2014). After her studies, she started working at the Study Centre for Flemish Music, where she realised several projects.
Jans has worked as a research assistant at the AP University College, where she has contributed to the following research projects at the Labo XIX&XX research group:
- Jack Sels (1922-1970): the white negro of the docks
- Maria Matthijssens and Louis Gobbaerts: the history and role of salon music in Antwerp’s bourgeois culture (1848-1914)
- Painting in sounds, sounding images. Tradition, renewal and the complex relationship between music performance and scenography at the Flemish Opera (Antwerp, 1907-1940)
- The choreografic chamber music of Paola Litta (1871-1931)
- Save the piano! From roll to midi: the pianola as historical document and contemporary instrument