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Teaching Activities


Teaching Activities

My teaching activities cover a broad range of courses in mathematics as well as mathematical physics on all levels of the curriculum. Prevoiusly I have also been teaching courses in computer system administration.

In mathematics I have been teaching many undergraduate courses on all kinds of topics while my graduate teaching predominantly is concerned with analytical topics, in particular, generalized functions, the theory of PDE, global analysis and differential geometry.

I have been teaching many first-year courses and I have developped a special interest in the beginners course "Einführung in das mathematische Arbeiten" (Introduction into mathematical methodology). Together with Hermann Schichl I have written a textbook on this matter. Also we have written a little article for Mitteilungen der DMV on the idea of this course and I have recently given a talk on the philosophy behind the course and book.

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