Human beings, who are almost unique in having the ability to learn from the experience of others, are also remarkable for their apparent disinclination to do so.
This and the subsequent pages give some overview on my teaching activities. A thing to note before the list: Recommended reading for all students is: "Why you can't cite Wikipedia in my class" by Neil L. Waters, which reflects my opinion very well. Also for writing any text I recommend taking a look at how newspaper articles are written (german). Furthermore, there are some modalities all courses have in common. Also note the list of common and useful software for students. If you have questions on courses, open master or bachelor thesis project, send me a mail. For communication please respect the office hours and the netiquette.
If you need a LaTeX style for a Bachelor's, Master's or PhD thesis you can consider the ITEC style provided by I. Kofler, K. Leopold, H. Kosch and some others.
Finally, there are quite some questions that come up every year, so I have a list of frequently asked questions (FAQ) and their answers.