Florian Müller passed his Matura at the Academic Gymnasium in Innsbruck in 1996 . From 1997 to 2005 he studied Classical and Provincial Roman Archeology, Ancient History and Archeology, Prehistory and Early History as well as Medieval and Modern Archeology at the University of Innsbruck . With the work on attributes, jewelry and costume components of the oriental priests of the Cybele. Archaeological and literary sources on Galli and Archigalli  he finished his studies in 2003 as a master's degree and with the workArchaeological contributions to the medieval and modern settlement history of the hamlet 'Brunn' in Huben in East Tyrol in 2005 as a bachelor's degree . The doctorate took place in 2011 with the dissertation The black engobed ceramics from Colle Serpente in Ascoli Satriano (Prov. Foggia / Apulia). The finds from the excavations 1997-2002 .
Florian Müller worked from 2006 to 2007 in the project Anton Roschmann's Latin Description of the Ruins of Aguntum 1746  at the Institute for Languages and Literatures, Latin Studies Department, and from 2006 to 2011 in the Archaeological Research project funded by the Fund for the Promotion of Scientific Research in Ascoli Satriano at the Institute for Archeology, Department of Classical and Provincial Roman Archeology at the University of Innsbruck. From 2008 to 2010 he was also a research associate and university assistant responsible for the archaeological collection and from 2012 to 2017 as an assistant professor. After the habilitation in 2017 with the thesis "An Austrian Pompeii" - The first scientific excavations in the Roman city of Aguntum in the years 1912–1913 in the area of tension between local patriotic interest, lay research and public archaeological institutions , he was appointed associate professor at the university in the same year Innsbruck. Since 2012, Müller has also headed the University Archaeological Museum there. 
Since 1998 Florian Müller has participated in numerous archaeological excavations, prospecting and discovery campaigns from the Mesolithic to modern times in Austria (including in Aguntum , Carnuntum , Oberlienz , at Zienerbichl in Serfaus , at the St. Nicholas Church in Matrei in East Tyrol ) and Italy ( Ascoli Satriano, Pompeii ) participated or was in charge of it himself. So he carried out the excavations at the Roman villa complex in Nussdorf-Debant  in East Tyrol and has been conducting research into the Iron Age for several yearsSettlement on the Hohen Birga in Birgitz near Innsbruck.
Florian Müller's research focuses on the history of science, archeology, collection history, historical museology and the reception of antiquities. He also deals with the Romans in Tyrol and the Italian peoples of southern Italy. Müller has been co-editor of the SPECTANDA series of publications by the Innsbruck Archaeological Museum since 2012 and sits on the board of the Innsbruck Archaeological Society  , the Association for the Promotion of Urban Archeology and City History in Hall in Tirol  and the Archaeotop Hohe Birga Association. [8th]
- with Florian Schaffenrath : Anton Roschmann's excavations in Aguntum. Reliquiae aedificii Romani ad oppidum Tyrolense Lienz detectae, commonly known as the dwarf building (the remains of a Roman building that was discovered near Lienz and is popularly called 'the dwarf building') (= Commentationes Aenipontanae. 36. Tirolensia Latina. 6) . Universitätsverlag Wagner, Innsbruck 2007, ISBN 978-3-7030-0434-6 .
- with Florian Schaffenrath (Ed.): Anton Roschmann (1694-1760). Aspects of the work and work of the Tyrolean polyhistor. Universitätsverlag Wagner, Innsbruck 2010, ISBN 978-3-7030-0475-9 .
- with Veronika Sossau (ed.): companions. On dealing with prostitution in ancient Greece and today (= SPECTANDA - writings of the Innsbruck Archaeological Museum. 1). IUP-Verlag, Innsbruck 2012, ISBN 978-3-902811-45-5 .
- with Sylvia Mader, Gerhard Tarmann, Veronika Sossau (eds.): Museum depots and depot facilities. Proceedings of the ICOM Austria Symposium from 4.-5. March 2011 in Innsbruck (= SPECTANDA - writings of the Archaeological Museum Innsbruck. 2). Innsbruck 2012, ISBN 978-3-200-02733-6 .
- (Ed.): Archaeological university museums and collections in the field of tension between research, teaching and the public (= SPECTANDA - writings of the Archaeological Museum Innsbruck. 3. Archeology: research and science. 4). LIT-Verlag, Vienna-Berlin-Münster 2013, ISBN 978-3-643-50448-7 .
- (Ed.): Digging, discovering, collecting. Lay researcher in the history of archeology in Austria (= SPECTANDA - writings of the Archaeological Museum Innsbruck. 4. Archeology: Research and Science. 5). LIT-Verlag, Vienna 2016, ISBN 978-3-643-50739-6 .
- Florian Müller on the homepage of the Institute for Archeologies at the University of Innsbruck
- Literature by and about Florian Martin Müller in the catalog of the German National Library
- List of publications by Florian Martin Müller on the website of the University of Innsbruck (PDF; 58 kB)
- Writings by Florian Martin Müller at academia.edu
- Archaeological Museum Innsbruck - Collection of casts and originals from the University of Innsbruck
- On the attributes, jewelry and costume components of the oriental priests of the Cybele , accessed on August 23, 2013.
- Anton Roschmann's Latin description of the ruins of Aguntum 1746 , accessed on August 23, 2013.
- Archaeological research in Ascoli Satriano , accessed on August 23, 2013.
- Archaeological Museum Innsbruck - Collection of casts and originals from the University of Innsbruck , accessed on August 23, 2013.
- Archaeological research in Nussdorf-Debant , accessed on August 23, 2013.
- Archaeological Society Innsbruck , accessed on August 23, 2013.
- Association for the Promotion of Urban Archeology and Urban History in Hall in Tirol , accessed on December 21, 2017.
- Association Archaeotop Hohe Birga , accessed on March 2, 2018.
|NAME||Müller, Florian Martin|
|SHORT DESCRIPTION||Austrian classical and Roman provincial archaeologist|
|DATE OF BIRTH||19. November 1977|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Innsbruck|