Prof. Dr. Marcus Müller


Since 03/2021 Permanent Visiting Professor at Beijing Foreign Studies University, PR China
Since 03/2021
Member of the Executive Board of the Institute of Linguistics and Literary Studies, 04/2018-03/2019 & 04/2023-03/2024 Managing Director
04/2017-03/2019 Vice Dean of the Department of History and Social Sciences
Chairman of the doctoral committee
03/2017, 05/2018, 09/2019 Visiting professorships at Tongji University Shanghai / PR China
Since 03/2016 Professor of German Studies – Digital Linguistics at TU Darmstadt
Deputy professor of German Linguistics – Corpus and Computational Linguistics at TU Darmstadt
Summer Semester 2014 Deputy professor of German Linguistics in the Department of German Studies I at the University of Düsseldorf
July 2014 Habilitation; Venia Legendi for Germanic Linguistics
Academic Assistant at the Department of German Studies, Heidelberg University
09/2013 Guest lecturer at the Beijing Foreign Studies University / PR China
04/2011 – 03/2012 Deputy Professor for German Language Didactics at the Institute for German Studies and Comparative Literature of the University of Paderborn
05/2010 DAAD guest lecturer at Westminster International University Tashkent / Uzbekistan
10/2009 Guest lecturer at Eötvös-Loránd University Budapest / Hungary
10/2006 – 09/2013 Lecturer at the Department of German Studies, University of Heidelberg,
July 12,.2006 Doctoral degree at the Faculty of Modern Philology, University of Heidelberg
10/2004 – 03/2005 Lecturer in Linguistics and Communication Science at the Department of German Studies of the University of Gießen (LfbA)
04/2003 – 09/2010 Teaching assignments at the University of Heidelberg (German Studies Seminar and School for Logopedics) and the Heidelberg University of Education
08/2001 – 06/2005 Work on the “Frühneuhochdeutsches Wörterbuch” (Early New High German Dictionary), German Department of the University of Heidelberg
04/1994 – 07/2001 Studies of German Philology, Romance Philology, and European Art History at the Universities of Heidelberg and Granada.