Mathematics is a demanding subject which requires effort and perserverance. However, its patient followers are rewarded with a glimpse of beauty that inaccessible by way of physical senses. In studying mathematics, students develop the ability to engage critically with material, to reason logically, to solve multifacited problems with creativity and resourcefullness, and to communicate sophistocated ideas concisely. Regardless of whether one views mathematics as a means to an end or an end in itself, the subject is as rewarding as it is challenging. 


WWU Münster

  • Winter Semester 2022-2023: Funktionentheorie für Lehramtstudierende. Learnwebseite



  • Groundwork for Operator Algebras Lecture Series (GOALS)
    July 17-31, 2022 (University of Montana)
    July 11 – 25, 2021 (Michigan State University)
    June 29–July 19, 2020 (Held online due to Covid)

WWU Münster

  • Sommer Semester 2022: Seminar on Sofic Groups 
  • Winter Semester 2021-2022: Seminar: Mathematik der Demokratie
    und Assistant für Mathematik III für Studierende der Physik
  • 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”).
  • Winter Semester 2019-2020: Assistant für Einführung in die Funktionalanalysis.
  • 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)

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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.

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