Andreas Neuner

Andreas Neuner

Department Geographie und Geowissenschaften
Department of Geography

Room: Room 03.033
Wetterkreuz 15
91058 Erlangen

Office hours

by appointment only


Curriculum Vitae

since 2023 Research associate and doctoral candidate at the Institute of Geography, FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg, in the working group Digital Health Geographies.
2021-2023 Master of Arts passed with distinction in the degree programme Cultural Geography at the Faculty of Sciences with the specialisation City Research and Regional Development, Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg.
2018-2021 Aerial Image Analyst/Project Manager, Luftbilddatenbank Dr. Carls GmbH, Estenfeld
2014-2018 Bachelor of Science in Human Geography, Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg

Publications & Presentations


  • Kremer D., Neuner A., Jelinski S., Stadlmeier A., Schlieder C., Walker B. (2023):
    Tracing Individual Experiences of Everyday Greenness: Initial Results from the SpaceLog Mobile App.
    GI_Forum 2023 11 (2): 47-58.


  • 13.12.2023: Institute Colloquium, Erlangen
    Alltägliche urbane Green Spaces und mentales Wohlbefinden
  • 22.09.2023: German Congress of Geography 2023, Frankfurt
    Herausforderungen der Transformation zur Klimaresilienz: Erste Befunde aus Expert*inneninterviews in der Region Oberfranken-West
    (with Dominik Kremer, Anna Stadlmeier and Blake Walker)
  • 04.07.2023: GI_Salzburg 2023, Salzburg
    Tracing individual experiences of everyday greenness: Initial results from the SpaceLog mobile app
    (with Dominik Kremer, Sarah Jelinski, Anna Stadlmeier, Christoph Schlieder and Blake Walker)


Co-teaching in “Lehrforschung Master: Kulturlandschaften im Klimawandel” (ws 23/24, ss 24)


  • Climate Adaptation, Networks and Resilience
  • Health Geography
  • Mental Health

REKKE – Resilienz durch Kulturlandschaft im Klimawandel

Resilience through Built/Natural Environments in Climate Change

The effects of climate change in Bavaria imply a future trend towards longer-lasting heatwaves in the summer, with temperatures reaching well above 40°C in some cases. Consequently, cultural landscapes face significant challenges in their resilience- and health-promoting roles for the population. This contains not only the loss of familiar aesthetic qualities but also specific limitations of places of relaxation, social participation and physical activity. These effects influence the usability of the balcony at home as well as summer outdoor events or the weekly walking group in nearby forests. The consequences of climate change particularly impact vulnerable population groups, who already have limited access to health-promoting elements within cultural landscapes.

Further information about the project.