Phone +49 7141 140-552 (office landline)
Preferred contact is e-mail; mails are normally answered within less than 24 hours. Contacting me via my office landline is not recommended, absences of five days or more are normal due to my profession and life situation.
Prof. Dr. Müller-Török is an Austrian National and lives in Germany since 1997, where he immigrated after having completed his doctoral studies at the University of Economics and Business Administration Vienna. He was a Business Consultant in the Financial Services Sector, held positions in municipal Asset Management and the Automotive Industry and regularly taught Small Business Management and Computer Science from 1997-2012. In 2012 he was appointed Full Professor here in Ludwigsburg.
His classes are on Information Management and on e-Government mainly, but sometimes he remembers his scientific roots and teaches Economics as well.
He is an organizer of the Central and Eastern European e|Dem and e|Days which are held in Budapest.
Areas of research include citizen participation, e-democracy in general and, with a view on Computer Science, all applications with a view on Business Processes and ERP-Systems. Electoral affairs are also a special research interest.
In Business Consulting, which is occasionally done beside his assignment at the University, he specializes in Business Process Reengineering with a focus on ERP-Systems and the Bus Industry.
The most recent publications are a paper on the difference in status between Citizenship and other forms of mere legal or illegal existence within a state in ZAR (Zeitschrift für Ausländerrecht und -politik) together with Werner Faßrainer and Birgit Schenk and a book on Participatory Budgets by Springer Editors.