Andreas P. Müller is Professor of Intercultural Communication and Intercultural Management at Karlshochschule International University (Karlsruhe, Germany). Before, after a period of five years of entrepreneurial activities in Ecuador, South America, he graduated and finished his degrees in Linguistics at the University of Mannheim (Germany).
He was invited professor at the University of Perpignan (France), University UKM in Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia) and University of Vigo (Spain) among others. In his research, he focuses on organizational communication, i.e. the multilingual workplace, genres of speech, organizational narratives and communicative styles in organizations.
Among his particular interests, he is doing research on the question in which way the collective memory (of communities, organization, social groups) is conserved in narrative structures (e.g. tales, stories, monuments) and how this can affect or help in intercultural encounters. Another focus is lying on intercultural project management and international relations.