#### Teaching Experience

**Since 2002 at Jacobs University:**

**Courses for Undergraduate Students:**

- Advanced Physics A1 (Classical Mechanics and Special Relativity)
- Advanced Physics B1 (Quantum Mechanics)
- Advanced Quantum Mechanics
- Advanced Physics B2 (Thermodynamics and Statistical Physics)
- Experimental and Theoretical Physics 1A (Applied Quantum and Statistical Physics)
- Engineering and Science Mathematics (ESM)
- ESM2A (Linear Algebra, Probability and Statistics)
- ESM3B (Complex Functions, Differential Equations)
- ESM4B (Functional Analysis, Probability, Group Theory)
- General Environmental Science I (Module on Physics)
- Reductionism in Physics and its Relation to Philosophy

**Specialization Courses:**

- Application of Statistical Physics I and II
- Phase Transitions and Critical Phenomena
- Dynamical Processes on Complex Networks
- Frontiers of Theoretical Physics
- Problem Solving in Physics

**Literature Seminars on Current Topics of Research**

**University Study Courses:**

- From Genes to the Internet: Complex Networks in Engineering and Science
- Networks in Social and Natural Sciences

**Triangle Course:**

- Fundamentals of Complex Systems

**Guided Research Projects**: on various topics of ongoing research

**1993-2001 at the Universities of Heidelberg and Wuppertal:**

**Courses at the graduate level:**

- Gauge Theories in the Continuum and on the Lattice
- Quantum Mechanics in the Path Integral Formulation
- Quantum Field Theory in the Path Integral Formulation
- Phase Transitions and Critical Phenomena with Applications to Particle Physics
- Geometrical Concepts in Gauge Theories
- Quantum Field Theory and Statistical Physics
- The Phase Structure of Particle Physics

**Courses at the undergraduate level:**

- Introduction to Mathematical Concepts
- Mathematical Methods for Physicists I and II