Dr. Judith-Janna Märtens, DAAD Fachlektorin für Jura
Korea University, Sejong Campus, College of Public Policy – Division of Public Administration
Professor for German Law, especially Constitutional Law and Administrative Law, European Law; Interdisciplinary Approaches to Law
Research Interests: Constitutional Law, especially Basic Rights; Personality Rights; Administrative Law; Comparative Law
Judith Janna Märtens studied Law at Humboldt-University Berlin and at Westminster University in London. After her studies, she held a research fellowship at the chair for Constitutional Law at Bremen University. For her PhD thesis on "The Variety of Personality Protection" she received the "Bremer Promotionspreis" for the best PhD thesis in the field of law in 2013/2014. Dr. Märtens did her postgraduate traineeship in law at the Research Service of the German Bundestag and at the Federal Constitutional Court in Karlsruhe. She obtained her Second State Examination from the Superior Court of Justice for Berlin. Since September 2016, she has been a professor at Korea University.
Till Simon, DAAD Lektor
Seoul National University, Department of German Language and Literature
Research Interests: Modern German Literature, German as a Foreign Language
Till Simon studied German Studies, English Studies, Philosophy and Psychology at Otto-Friedrich-Universität Bamberg. He has already worked as a DAAD-Language Assisitant and Lecturer at Busan National University from 2008 to 2010 and also for the Goethe-Institute Korea. In 2015, he obtained a teaching certificate of the Goethe-Institute and the First State Examination for teaching at German Grammar and Comprehensive Schools. He has also been working at language centres of RWTH University Aachen and of Friedrich-University Bamberg. Since March 2017, he has been working as a DAAD-Lektor at the Department of German Language and Literature at Seoul National University.
Andreas Leidig, DAAD Lektor
Andreas Leidig studied history, latin philology and german as a foreign language at the Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster, Germany. During this time, he had already come in contact with Korea due to internships at the German International School and at the Ewha Womas´s University, both located in Seoul. After graduating the university with the Master of Education degree in 2015, he worked as a language instructor at the Yonsei University in Seoul until summer 2016, after which time he concluded his teacher traineeship in Berlin to acquire the legal teaching proficiency in Germany. Since fall 2019, Andreas Leidig is again working at the Yonsei University as a DAAD-lecturer, teaching german as a foreign language and promoting the academic exchange between Germany and Korea.
Larissa-Maria Vogl (M.A.), DAAD Lektor
Keimyung University, Department of German Language & Literature
Research Interests: Interculturality, Acculturation, German as a Foreign Language
Larissa-Maria Vogl studied German as a Foreign Language, Comparative Cultural Studies, Media Sciences and Art History at the University of Regensburg and the University of Reunion Island. In the course of an internship and subsequent projects, she worked for the Goethe Institute Jakarta in Indonesia. From 2014 to 2016 she acted as a lecturer for German as a Foreign Language at the Center for Language and Communication at the University of Regensburg. Furthermore, she was active as a textbook author for the Bavarian Centre for Political Education, taught in the domain of German for professional purposes and is a language examiner for various German language certificates. In March 2020 she took up her position as a DAAD Lecturer at the Department of German Language and Literature at Keimyung University in Daegu.
Michael Becker, DAAD Language Assistant
Pusan National University, Dep. of German Language & Literature
Michael Becker studied History, Latin Philology and German at the Johannes Gutenberg-University Mainz. In addition to participating in the teaching-learning-research laboratory in educational sciences (coupled with the subject Didactics of History) during his studies, he worked for over two years in two positions as a research assistant at the Department of Ancient History at JGU Mainz, including the project “Digital Humanities: Humanist Computer Interaction under Scrutiny” in cooperation with TU Darmstadt and HS Mainz. Shortly after his graduation in January 2020, Mr. Becker took up his position as a DAAD language assistant at the Department of German Language and Literature at Pusan National University in March 2020.