Bertram Müller is a clinical scientist and calls himself a biomechanist, based on five different degrees, ranging from engineering till medical science, including one in arts. His interest is the combination of Physics, Technology and Medicine and he cannot decide what he likes more, working in the field or teaching.
Based on over 20 years of experience in biomechanics, he works as a consultant in applied biomechanics for clinical, sports and legal application, ranging from support in television documentaries, working with athletes or patients in the field, or participating in and leading European projects. He achieved 13 grants and 5 awards for his work.
Besides teaching physics at the Interuniversity Degree in Physiotherapy, he also teaches biomechanics and motion science in different locations and universities on national and international levels.
He worked as author or co-author in books, journals and at congresses, reviews in journals such as ‘Neuroscience Newsletters’ and ‘Gait and Posture’ and is editor-in-Chief of the ‘Journal of Forensic Biomechanics’. As member of national and international organisations, at stages as board member, he has organised scientific meetings and larger congresses.