Maximilian Müller studies Psychology at the University of the Federal Armed Forces Hamburg since 2015. In the course of his education as officer of the German army he will expectedly finish his studies by the end of 2019. Afterwards he will further be trained as military intelligence officer. He became interested in the field of remote viewing and conducted a study during his scientific internship at the Institute for Frontier Areas of Psychology and Mental Health (IGPP) in 2016. He is currently planning following remote viewing studies in cooperation with the IGPP.
IRVA 2018 – Associative Remote Viewing: A Proof-of-Principle Study
The International Remote Viewing Association (IRVA), in partnership with IRIS-Psi & Applications (IRIS-PA), jointly sponsor “The Warcollier Prize”, a financial grant of $3,000 USD in support of research in the field of remote viewing. The award also comes with the opportunity to share the research project findings with conference attendees. This year’s winning proposal was made by the research team of Maximilian Müller (presenting), Dr. Marc Wittmann, and Laura Arndt.