Dipl. Ing. EE 1975 in EE at the Technische Universität Munich
Dr. Ing. EE (semiconductor physics) 1977, Technische Universität Munich
Teaching assignments: Universität Linz, Nanyang Technological Institute Singapore, Universität Dortmund
1977 – 1980 and 1982 – 1990: Member of the Siemens Corporate Research Laboratories for Applied Computer Science, Munich,
1980 – 1982: Member of the Siemens Research Laboratories in Princeton, NJ, U.S.A.
1991 – 2018: Chair of Computer Architecture and Operating Systems, University of Hannover, since 2002 Institute of Systems Engineering - Systems and Computer Architecture (System- und Rechnerarchitektur - SRA)
2006 – 2008: Chief Information Officer (CIO) of Leibniz University Hannover
Working and research experience
CAD systems for telecommunications networks
RISC processor and workstation architectures
Special purpose simulation multiprocessors
System design and simulation
Adaptive and self-organizing systems
Selforganized trust systems
Prof. Müller-Schloer’s main research interest is in a deeper understanding of the mechanisms governing the self-organization of natural systems and the possibilities to transfer these mechanisms to complex technical systems.
He has co-initiated the successful research field of Organic Computing, which has found major public attention in Germany and worldwide. Together with Prof. Schmeck, Karlsruhe, and Prof. Ungerer, Augsburg, he has established Organic Computing as a serious research field in German academia and industry.
Organic Traffic Control
Ontology-based self-organization in embedded systems
Learning classifier systems
Selforganizing cooperating robots
Selforganized Trusted Communities
Modeling and simulation of complex heterogeneous technical systems (discrete and continuous), especially embedded control and distributed systems. Virtual prototyping. Real time simulation. Safety-critical systems.