# Teaching

## Current

## Freie Universität 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 Universität 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.