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Peter Dräxler's teaching experience

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at the University of Bayreuth

Tutorials for calculus, linear algebra, algebra, mathematics for physisists,
mathematics for economists

WS 1984/85 Seminar: Construction of the real numbers
WS 1985/86 Seminar: Representation theory of hereditary algebras
SS 1986 Seminar: Representation theory of tame hereditary algebras
WS 1986/87 Class: Covering theory of algebras
WS 1987/88 Seminar: Integral quadratic forms and tilting theory
SS 1988 Seminar: Minimal representation infinite algebras
WS 1988/89 Class: Tame algebras
WS 1989/90 Seminar: Spectral properties of the coxeter transformation of
a graph
WS 1990/91 Seminar: Characters of finite groups

Supervision of 6 masters and 1 doctoral theses

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at the University of Paderborn

SS 1993 Class: Mathematical methods of operations research
SS 1993 Seminar: Mathematical methods of operations research

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at the University of Bielefeld

WS 1991/92 Class: Representation finite algebras and multiplicative bases
SS 1992 Class: Lie algebras
WS 1993/94 Class: Commutative algebra
SS 1994 Class: Linear algebra I
WS 1994/95 Class: Linear algebra II; Seminar: Construction of numbers
SS 1995 Class: Algebra I
WS 1995/96 Class: Algebra II
SS 1996 Class: Algorithmic representation theory of algebras I; Seminar:
Homological algebra and tilting theory
WS 1996/97 Class: Algorithmic representation theory of algebras II
SS 1997 Class: Algorithmic representation theory of algebras III; Seminar:
Linear representations of finite groups (with T. Brüstle, C.M. Ringel)
WS 1997/98 Class: Representation theory of graded algebras
SS 1998 Class: Local representation theory of finite groups, Seminar: Groebner
bases
WS 1998/99 Class: Local representation theory of finite groups II
SS 1999 Class: Algebra I; Seminar: Number Theory
SS 2000 Class: Computeralgebra

Organisation of the permanent seminar on representation theory of
algebras (with C.M. Ringel et al.)

1993-1999 Coorganisation of a permanent seminar on specific problems
of studying mathematics

Supervision of 8 masters and 3 doctoral theses

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