Rudolf Müller is a Professor of Quantitative Infonomics at Maastricht University, School of Business and Economics. His research centers on the design of systems that use data and algorithms to orchestrate economic interaction.
Over the past, his research has touched all aspects of applying algorithms, reaching from computational efficiency, over methods of sharing on the Internet (cloud computing), to understanding and guiding participants’ behavior in algorithmically supported market mechanisms, like auctions. He has published in major outlets in mathematical optimization like Mathematical Programming, economics and management, like Econometrica, and Management Science, and computer science and information systems, like IEEE Internet Computing and Decision Support Systems.
His work at BISS focuses on the architecture of smart service systems, taking a multi-disciplinary perspective to align computational performance, user satisfaction and economic performance.