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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 and IT security.

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

I have coauthored with Hermann Schichl the beginners' textbook

Einführung in das mathematische Arbeiten
(Introduction into mathematical methodology)
Springer Spektrum (Berlin, 2009, 2012, 2018)

For the book and the corresponding project introducting an inductory phase for the mathematics curriculum, Hermann and I have been awarded the UNIVIE Teaching Award 2013 of Vienna University and the Ars Docendi 2016, the Austrian National Award in University Teaching. For related information you can have a look at
EMA 3rd Edition

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