Swiss National Science Foundation Professor of Urban Geography in the Department of Geography and Sustainability at the University of Lausanne.
Professor of Social Theory at Ural Federal University and leading Russian specialist in urban theory.
Senior researcher at the Institute for Philosophy and Law of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Ural Branch and a lecturer at the Ural Federal University.
Researcher and graduate student at Ural Institute of Humanities of Ural Federal University.
Graduate of the English-language master program in political philosophy and a postgraduate student of the Department of Social Philosophy
PhD student of philosophy and a research assistant at the Center for Comparative Studies on Toleration and Recognition at the Ural Federal University
PhD student at the Ural Institute of Humanities and a junior researcher at the Laboratory for comparative studies on tolerance.
Interpreter, translator, curator of the intellectual platform of the Fourth and public program of the Fifth Ural Industrial Biennale of Contemporary Art, graduate of the Master's degree in "Philosophy" at the Ural Federal University.
Researcher of visual culture and coordinator of art projects
Master's degree in political philosophy, PhD student of Social Philosophy programm in UrFU, researcher in the social conditioning of mental disorders.
Graduated from the University of Milan in Human Geography and is currently doing his Master's degree in Sustainable Urban and Spatial Planning at the University of Lausanne, Switzerland.
Bachelor’s degree in Philosophy. At the moment she is continuing her education in the master's program "Modern Philosophy" at the Department of Philosophy at the Ural Federal University.
Martin Müller is Professor of Urban Geography and named professor at the Swiss National Science Foundation in the Department of Geography and Sustainable Development at the University of Lausanne. At this university he leads the research team "M3" (Materiality/Multiplicity/Metropolis). Müller's research interests are in the fields of urban geography, management theory, planning and the consequences of mega-events as well as the negative effects of natural phenomena. His research has been covered by the New York Times, Financial Times, Newsweek, International Business Times, ABC, Inside Climate News, Toronto Star, Svenska Dagbladet, TV Rain (Russia), El Mercurio (Chile), Der Spiegel, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, Austrian National Radio (Ö1), Swiss Radio and Television (SRF), NZZ, Tribune de Genève. His comments are published in DIE ZEIT, Süddeutsche Zeitung, NZZ, Tages-Anzeiger and Le Temps.