Teaching

Throughout my whole life as a mathematician, the possibility of making explicit, elegant computations has always come out by itself, as a byproduct of a thorough conceptual understanding of what was going on. Thus I never bothered about whether what would come out would be suitable for this or that, but just tried to understand – and it always turned out that understanding was all that mattered.  -Grothendieck

Current: 

WWU Münster

  • Winter Semester 2021-2022: Seminar: Mathematik der Demokratie 
    Weitere Informationen und Kursmaterialien finden Sie auf der Learnweb-Site.

Past:

Unaffiliated:

  • Groundwork for Operator Algebras Lecture Series (GOALS)
    June 29–July 19, 2020 (Held online due to Covid)
    July 11 – 25, 2021 (Michigan State University)

WWU Münster

  • Summer Semester 2021: Assistant for Spezielle Themen der Mathematik.
  • Winter Semester 2020-2021: Assistant for Operator Algebras I.
  • Summer Semester 2020: Seminar zur Funktionalanalysis (“Mittelbare Gruppen”).
    Weitere Informationen und Kursmaterialien finden Sie auf der Learnweb-Site.
  • Winter Semester 2019-2020: Assistant für Einführung in die Funktionalanalysis.
    Weitere Informationen und Kursmaterialien finden Sie auf der Learnweb-Site.
  • Summer Semester 2019: Assistant for Operator Algebras II

University of Virginia

  • Spring 2018: Instructor (i.e., Lecturer) for Financial Math (Math 1140)
  • Fall 2017: Instructor (i.e., Lecturer) for Calculus I (Math 1310)
  • Summer 2017: Instructor (i.e., Lecturer) for Proofs In Analysis (Math 5305, Graduate Course)
    (Course Notes)
  • Fall 2016: Instructor (i.e., Lecturer) for Applied Calculus II (Math 1220)
  • Spring 2016: Instructor (i.e., Lecturer) for Applied Calculus I (Math 1210)
  • Fall 2015: Instructor (i.e., Lecturer) for Calculus I (Math 1310)
  • Spring 2015: Instructor (i.e., Lecturer) for Applied Calculus II (Math 1220)
  • Fall 2014: Instructor (i.e., Lecturer) for Applied Calculus I (Math 1210)
  • Spring 2014: Teaching Assistant for Calculus I (Math 1310)
  • Fall 2013: Teaching Assistant for Calculus II (Math 1320)

Auburn University

  • Summer 2013: Instructor (i.e., Lecturer) for Multivariate Calculus (Math 2630)
  • Spring 2013: Instructor (i.e., Lecturer) for Pre-calculus with Algebra and Trigonometry (Math 1150). (Two sections)
  • Fall 2012: Instructor (i.e., Lecturer) for Calculus II (Math 1620). (Two sections)
  • Summer 2012: Instructor (i.e., Lecturer) for Calculus I (Math 1610).
  • Spring 2012: Instructor (i.e., Lecturer) for Calculus I (Math 1610). (Two sections)
  • Fall 2011: Instructor (i.e., Lecturer) for Calculus I (Math 1610). (Two sections)
  • Spring 2011: Teaching Assistant for Introduction to Abstract Algebra (Math 5310).
    Course Coordinator Assistant for Pre-calculus with Trigonometry (Math 1130).
  • Fall 2010: Teaching Assistant for College Algebra (Math 1000)

A note on Impostor Syndrome (Hochstapler-Syndrom)

It is not uncommon in academia to feel as though one does not belong. Many feel like an impostor, unworthy of the praise/ accolades they receive, and feel afraid that they will inevitably be discovered as a fraud who is actually not nearly as talented or skillful as their peers. This feeling is called Impostor Syndrome (or Hochstapler-Syndrom), and the first step in overcoming it is realizing that you are not alone.

Below are some additional resources.