Jonas Hornberg



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Education & Career


Researcher and doctoral candidate at the Institute for Urban Public Health (former Centre for urban Epidemiology), Germany


M.Sc. Public Health, University of Bielefeld, Germany


B.Sc. Psychology, University of Osnabrück, Germany




  • Baranyi G, Haselhoff T, Hornberg J, Moebus S, Braubach M. Case study compilation: lessons learned from redeveloping contaminated sites. In: World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe, editor. Urban redevelopment of contaminated sites: a review of scientific evidence and practical knowledge on environmental and health issues. Regional Office for Europe: World Health Organization; 2021.
  • Hornberg J, Haselhoff T, Lawrence BT, Fischer JL, Ahmed S, Gruehn D, Moebus S. Impact of the COVID-19 Lockdown Measures on Noise Levels in Urban Areas—A Pre/during Comparison of Long-Term Sound Pressure Measurements in the Ruhr Area, Germany. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 2021;18(9):4653.
  • Moebus S, Gruehn D, Poppen J, Sutcliffe R, Haselhoff T, Lawrence B. Akustische Qualität und Stadtgesundheit – Mehr als nur Lärm und Stille. Bundesgesundheitsblatt - Gesundheitsforschung - Gesundheitsschutz. 2020;63(8):997-1003.
  • Sutcliffe R, Lawrence BT, Poppen J, Ahmed S, Haselhoff T, Gruehn D, Moebus S. Acoustic quality and health in urban environments – First methodological experiences of the pilot study SALVE. 23rd International congress of acoustics; 2019; Aachen: Karlsruhe Institute of Technology.
  • Poppen J, Sutcliffe R, Ahmed S, Lawrence B, Gruehn D, Moebus S. Acoustic quality and health in urban environments – The SALVE Project. Das Gesundheitswesen. 2019;81(08/09):9B-1.
  • Lawrence BT, Ahmed S, Sutcliffe R, Poppen J, Moebus S, Gruehn D. Widened array of metrics (WAM) approach to characterizing urban sound environments – the example in SALVE. 23rd International congress of acoustics; 2019; Aachen.