Current teaching
 Currently (WS2021/22), I am teaching assistant for the course Mathematics for Physics I (B.Mat.0831) (B.Sc. Physics) at Göttingen University. The course is lead by Ingo Witt and I am preparing the homework sheets, as well as organizing the problem sessions and leading the socalled Saalübung, where we discuss some more difficult examples for which we have no time during lectures or provide clarifications on difficult points. The StudIP page of the lectures are here and the SudIP page of the Saaluebung is here.
 In SS2022, I will offer a Seminar on LaxPhillips Scattering Theory.
The lecture notes that are linked below are not nesessarily the most up to date versions. Some of them are under constant developement and I will link the newest version in the newest instance of the lecture.
Previous courses taught
Here I give a list of lectures that I have given in the last couple of years. This list only includes the ones where I was the principal lecturer. (Eigenverantwortliche Lehre)

Mathematik für Ingenieure 2 at the University of Rostock, SS2021
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Elementare Differentialgeometrie at the University of Rostock, 2021
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Mathematik für Ingenieure 1 at the University of Rostock, WS2020/21
Skript  Mathematik für Elektrotechniker 3 at the University of Rostock, WS 20/21

Seminar on Representation Theory of Compact Lie Groups at GAUniverisity Göttingen, 2020
Ankündigung/Abstract 
Mathematics for Physicists II at Loughborough University
(Gappy) Lecture Notes  Mathematics for Chemistry at Loughborough University

Analysis 1 at Loughborough University (2017/18)
Gappy Lecture Notes 
Analysis 2 at Loughborough University (2016/17,2018)

Mathematics for Material Science at Loughborough University (2016)
Some Notes:
Oberseminar
The Oberseminar Analysis of PDEs is the research seminar of the Ingo Witt research group. Tecnically, this is not teaching as I am not always giving talks but it fits here best anyways.
 SS21/WS21/22: We read the paper from. In preparation, we also work through some related works, in particular concerning singular analysis and one that gives a bit of background in general relativity.
 WS20/21: We read Demeter's Fourier Restriction, Decoupling, and Applications.
 SS20: We read Algebras of Singular Integral Operators with Kernels Controlled by Multiple Norms from Nagel, Ricci, Stein, and Wainger.
 WS19/20: We read Chemin's Perfect incompressible fluids.
 SS19: We read Speck's Shock formation in smalldata solutions to 3D quasilinear wave equations.
 WS18/19: We discuss the paradifferential calculus in some detail (e.g., harmonic analysis aspects, paralinearization, symbolic calculus) and also discuss applications. We use different texts, for instance Hörmander's Lectures on nonlinear hyperbolic differential equations as well as Metivier's Paradifferential Calculus (PDF).