Karl H. Müller is head of WISDOM, Austria’s infra-structural centre for the social sciences and president of the Heinz von Foerster Society. His main research interests range from issues in complex modeling within the social sciences and from interdisciplinary analyses of innovation processes in science, technology and the economy to the history and the current potential of inter- and transdisciplinary research, to the frontiers of second order cybernetics and radical constructivism or to the newly emerging risk-potentials for contemporary societies in general. His recent publications include An Unfinished Revolution? Von Foerster and the Biological Computer Laboratory 1958–1976 (2007, together with A. Müller), Gordon Pask: Philosopher Mechanic (2007, together with R. Glanville), The New Science of Cybernetics. Towards the Evolution of Living Research Designs, vol. I: Methodology (2009) and Modern RISC-Sociteies. Towards a New Paradigm of Societal Evolution (together with L. Kajfež-Bogataj, I. Svetlik, N. Toš).