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- SS18
- Introduction to programming for physicists and materials scientists → Digicampus
- Geometry and Gravitation (together with Prof. Dr. Marc Nieper-Wißkirchen) → Digicampus
- SS17
- Introduction to programming for physicists and materials scientists
- WS16/17
- Python for natural scientists
- Preparatory course in mathematics for physicists and materials scientists
- SS16
- Introduction to programming for physicists and materials scientists
- Mathematics supplements II
- WS15/16
- Geometry and Gravitation (together with Prof. Dr. Marc Nieper-Wißkirchen)
- Mathematics supplements I
- Seminar on Thermoelectric Properties of Nano- and Heterostructures (together with Prof. Dr. Ulrich Eckern and Prof. Dr. Manfred Albrecht)
- SS15
- Introduction to programming for physicists and materials scientists
- Mathematics supplements II
- Seminar on Modern aspects of quantum theory
- WS14/15
- Mathematics supplements I
- Python for natural scientists
- Relativistic quantum field theory
- SS14
- General relativity
- Introduction to programming for physicists and materials scientists
- Seminar on Hamiltonian dynamics and semiclassics (together with Prof. Dr. Kai Cieliebak)
- SS13
- Mathematics supplements II
- Introduction to programming for physicists and materials scientists
- Seminar on “The Creation as seen from natural sciences, theology, and musicology” (together with Prof. Dr. Franz Xaver Sedlmeier, Prof. Dr. Franz Körndle, and Prof. Dr. Frank Jenko)
- WS12/13
- Preparatory course in mathematics for physicists and materials scientists
- Mathematics supplements I
- Python for natural scientists
- Seminar on “Modern aspects of quantum theory” (together with Prof. Dr. Ulrich Eckern)
- SS12
- Mathematical concepts II
- Introduction to programming for physicists and materials scientists
- WS11/12
- Relativistic quantum field theory
- SS11
- Introduction to programming for physicists and materials scientists
- Theoretical Concepts in Materials Science
- WS10/11
- Relativistic quantum field theory
- SS10
- Introduction to programming for physicists and materials scientists
- Theoretical Concepts in Materials Science
- Seminar on “Special Problems of Quantum Theory”
- WS09/10
- General relativity
- SS09
- Theoretical physics II for teachers (Electrodynamics)
- SS08
- Quantum entanglement
- Theoretical concepts in materials science
- WS07/08
- General relativity
- SS07
- Mathematical concepts II
- WS06/07
- Mathematical concepts I
- SS06
- Theoretical physics II (Electrodynamics)
- WS05/06
- General relativity
- SS05
- Theoretical physics II for materials scientists / Theoretical physics IV for teachers
- Quantum entanglement
- Compact seminar “Is time what one reads off a watch? Time concepts in nature and literature” (together with Dr. Bernadette Malinowski)
- WS04/05
- Theoretical physics I for materials scientists
- SS04
- Feynman path integrals in quantum mechanics and statistics
- WS03/04
- Quantum mechanics II
- WS02/03
- Quantum information [Literature]
- SS02
- Quantum optics
- Seminar “Colours and light from an esthetic and physics perspective” (together with Dr. Bernadette Malinowski)
- WS01/02
- Theoretical physics I (Classical mechanics)
- SS01
- Mathematical methods in physics
- WS00/01
- Quantum mechanics II
- SS00
- Fundamental aspects of quantum theory [Literature]
- WS99/00
- Theoretical physics III (Quantum mechanics)
- SS99
- Quantum optics
- SS98
- Feynman path integrals in quantum mechanics and statistics
- WS97/98
- General relativity
- SS97
- Theoretical physics II (Electrodynamics)
- WS96/97
- Theoretical physics I (Classical mechanics)
- WS95/96
- Quantum mechanics II
- SS95
- Quantum optics
- WS94/95
- Theoretical physics I (Classical mechanics)
- SS94
- Mathematical methods in physics

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