Thomas Heinrich Musiolik was born in Strzelce Opolskie (Poland) and grew up in Berlin. He studied International Business and International Management (Marketing and Communication) at the universities of Breda (Netherlands) and Berlin (Germany). Musiolik is chair professor at Woxsen University, Hyderabad (India), visiting professor at i-University (IU), Tokyo (Japan) and a doctoral student at the University of the Arts Berlin.
Thomas Heinrich Musiolik is Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Future Robot Life. He is Lecturer for Digital Brand Management, Digital Experience, Multisensory Experience and Online Communication at German, Swiss, Austrian, South American and Polish universities. He is also expert for the European Commission and reviewer for scientific publishers and journals (for example, Marketing Review St. Gallen) and author of several books and articles in journals specializing in Marketing & Communication.
Musiolik is also a scientific ambassador of Brain City Berlin. Since 2011, he has been investigating the functions of the brain and the influence of digital media. The goal of his work is to understand the customer needs and to map these findings in a dynamic model and to integrate them into the digital space, as a fully automated interface. The result would be automated and perfect experiences. He is also researching the societal changes that are emerging in the context of digitization. The aim of his work is to better understand the digitization and its effects on the human brain and make it usable as an benefit for the society.
Personally and as a scientist he stands for clear decisions, infectious ideas and the permanent questioning of the status quo.