Gabriel Angelini-Knoll

Teaching

Current

    Freie Universit├Ąt Berlin

    Winter 2020/21

    Algebraic K-Theory
    A course on algebraic K-theory, fundamental theorems, and applications for graduate students.
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    Forschungsmodul Topologie: Equivariant stable homotopy theory
    A seminar course introducing equivariant stable homotopy theory. Organizing with Prof. Dr. Elmar Vogt.
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    Forschungsseminar Geometrie und Topologie: Higher Symmetry
    A research seminar on equivariant homotopy theory and higher categories.
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Past

    Freie Universit├Ąt Berlin

    Summer 2020

    Aufbaumodul: Topologie III
    Led exercise sessions for Prof. Dr. Holger Reich.
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    Forschungsmodul Topologie: Homology and Cohomology of Groups
    A seminar course introducing group cohomology. Organized with Prof. Dr. Elmar Vogt.
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    Forschungsseminar Geometrie und Topologie: K-theory of pullbacks
    A research seminar on advances in algebraic K-theory of pullbacks of rings.
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    Winter 2019/20

    Basismodul: Topologie II
    Led exercise sessions for Prof. Dr. Holger Reich.
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    Seminar zur Topologie: Simplicial Methods in Topology
    Co-organizing with Prof. Dr. Elmar Vogt.
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    Forschungsseminar Geometrie und Topologie: Chromatic homotopy theory
    A research seminar on chromatic homotopy theory from an algebraic geometry perspective.
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    Michigan State University

    Spring 2019

    Algebraic Topology II
    Curriculum designer and instructor for a course covering homotopy theory, spectral sequences, and characteristic classes.

    Fall 2018

    Calculus I
    A first year calculus course covering differential calculus in one variable.

    Spring 2018

    Abstract Algebra I and Number Theory
    A first course in basic number theory and ring theory.

    Fall 2017

    Business Calculus Section 001
    A first course in calculus for Business and Life Sciences majors

    Business Calculus Section 013
    A first course in calculus for Business and Life Sciences majors

    Wayne State University

    Fall 2015

    College Algebra
    An introductory course in college algebra and trigonometry.

    Winter 2015

    College Algebra
    An introductory course in college algebra and trigonometry.

    Winter 2014

    College Algebra
    An introductory course in college algebra and trigonometry.

    Fall 2013

    Elementary Functions
    A course to prepare students for calculus.

    Summer 2013

    Elementary Statistics
    An introductory course in probabilty and statistics.

    Math in Today's World
    A quantitative literacy course on probabilty, statistics, and voting methods with real world applications.

    Winter 2013

    Elementary Functions
    A course to prepare students for calculus.

    Fall 2012

    Elementary Functions
    A course to prepare students for calculus.

    Summer 2012

    Math in Today's World
    A quantitative literacy course on probabilty, statistics, and voting methods with real world applications.