Freie Universität Berlin

The Freie Universität Berlin is one of the biggest Universities in Berlin and one of the most prominent Universities in Germany. The Freie Universität Berlin was one of nine German top-universities to win in the German Universities Excellence Initiative, a national competition for universities organized by the German federal government. Winning a distinction for five doctoral programs, three interdisciplinary research clusters (some of them in cooperation with other universities) and its overall institutional strategy, Freie Universität Berlin was the single most successful university in the initiative.

Christian Müller obtained his degrees at the Unviersity of Bielefeld and the University of Michigan. In 2001 he was awarded with the Promotionspreis der "Westfälisch Lippischen Universitätsgesellschaft" for the best promotion in Chemistry in 2000. Christian Müller received a VIDI-Award from the Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research in 2008. Currently he is professor Anorganic Chemistry at the Freien Universität Berlin. Both his thesis and his PhD promotion with Prof.Dr. P. Jutzi are awarded as summa cum laude.