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2021-10-06 The project application Marginally outer trapped tubes of Walter Simon, where I am a co-applicant was selected for funding by FWF.
2021-08-31 I will be on sabbatical in the fall term 2021/22 and exclusively concentrate on research. In particular, I will not supervise any additional B.Sc and B.Ed theses.
2021-07-10 I am co-organizing the small 2021 Null Distance Workshop with Cristina Sormani to take place online on July 19.
2021-07-01 The talks and slides of the online-meeting SCRI21: Singularity theorems, causality, and all that (A tribute to Roger Penrose) which was held June 14-18, 2021, and which I was co-organizing are now available from the conference website under https://sites.google.com/unifi.it/scri21/program.
2021-04-10 The talks of the 10th International Meeting on Lorentzian Geometry GeLoCor, where I was a member of the scientific commitee are now available on a Youtube channel.
2021-02-01 My FWF-funded research project Non-smooth spacetime geometry has started today. There are two new Ph.D. students employed in the project: Matteo Calisti and Felix Rott.
2021-01-25 The ESI-workshop Non-regular Spacetime Geometry which I was co-organising unfortunately had to be cancelled due to the pandemic. We plan to reapply to ESI for a new workshop in 2022/23.
2019-10-17 My Ph.D. student Benedict Schinnerl was awarded a Uni:Docs scholarship.
2019-03-20 Jiri Podolsky, a theoretical physicist from Charles University at Prague (and a frequent collaborator of mine) has written a background story on his research for CQG+. It is entiteled Understanding exact space-times and also briefly describes our joint project(s).
Fall 2018
EMA 3rd Edition The 3rd edition of the textbook Einführung in das mathematische Arbeiten (German; Introduction into mathematical methodology) with Hermann Schichl has just appeared. For the product flyer click here.

The service page of the book http://www.mat.univie.ac.at/~einfbuch has been updated. Also the series of explanatory videos which we have produced acompanying the 3rd edition is available freely from there.

Who I am and what I do

Roland Steinbauer I am a mathematician/mathematical physicist and a researcher in mathematics education at the Faculty of Mathematics at the University of Vienna. I am a member of the research group DiANA (Differential Algebras and Nonlinear Analysis) in the Analysis, Geometric Structures and Mathematical Physics section of the department.

My research interests include:
  • mathematical physics/mathematical general relativity:
    spacetime singularities, cosmic censorship, exact radiative spacetimes, impulsivge gravitational waves
  • mathematics education:
    professional knowledge of teachers, beliefs on teaching and learning mathematics
  • (applied) mathematics:
    generalized functions, theory of PDE, kinetic theory, time frequency analysis & modulation spaces

Also I am member and treasurer of the IAGF (The International Association for Generalized Functions), a life-time member of ISAAC (The International Society for Analysis, its Applications and Computation), and a member of GDM (The German Society of Didactics of Mathematics).

My teaching includes a variety of courses in several areas of mathematics reaching from general first-year-courses to specialized courses and seminars in analysis, PDE and geometry, as well as major courses in the teacher’s training programme

I am a supervisor both in the

I have co-authored the general introductory book Einführung in das Mathematische Arbeiten (German,Introduction into mathematical methodology) with Hermann Schichl. Together we are running a service web page accompanying the book. We have been awarded the UNIVIE Teaching Award 2013 of Vienna University and the Ars Docendi 2016, the Austrian National Award in University Teaching.



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Mailing Address Fakultät für Mathematik, Oskar-Morgenstern-Platz 1, 1090 Wien, Austria
Office OMP1, Oskar-Morgenstern-Platz 1, Room 10.126
Office Hours by appointment
Phone (+43 1) 4277-50682
Fax (+43 1) 4277-9506
E-Mail roland.steinbauer@univie.ac.at
www http://www.mat.univie.ac.at/~stein (personal page), official university page