Florian Müller, M. Sc.
Academic Staff, Focus on Research

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Florian Müller studied psychology and environmental psychology at the Universität Hamburg, the Otto-von-Guericke-Universität Magdeburg and the Technische Universiteit Eindhoven, Netherlands. During his studies he worked at the respective chairs in statistics, psychological diagnostics and environmental psychology. After graduation he became research assistant at the chair in Environmental Psychology and the Institute of Logistics and Material Handling Systems at the Universität Magdeburg. Since May 2020 he is doing research at the MSH Medical School Hamburg within the research project »Inter-Wind: Interdisciplinary analysis and mitigation approaches – residents’ perception of acoustic and seismic wind turbine emissions«.

Research Focus

Florian Müller’s research focuses on the intersections of environmental psychology and other disciplines. The topic of acceptance plays an integral role in the research project Inter-Wind, where the focus is on noise perception of wind turbines. Overall, the roll-out of renewable energy in Germany is at the core of his work. Acceptance also played an important role in his previous research about cargo bike transshipment hubs and their integration into an urban environment.


Planning of cargo bike hubs: A guide for municipalities and industry fort he planning of transshipment hubs for new urban logistics concepts.

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