

Lectures
These are my current lectures and courses: An introductory lecture in engineering mechanics for the students of Information Technology and Electrical Engineering, Computational Science and Engineering (fall semester): This is a one semester course in mechanics (three hours of lecture and one hour of exercises, one hour of colloquium every week), covering statics and dynamics of particles and rigid bodies. [Top] An introductory lecture in engineering mechanics for the students of Geomatic Engineering and Planning, Environmental Engineering (spring semester): This is a one semester course in mechanics (two hours of lecture and two hours of exercises every week), covering statics and dynamics of particles and rigid bodies. [Top] A course in software for symbolic mathematics (spring semester): This is a course for the students of Mechanical and Process Engineering in the second semester. It takes place on four afternoons in the first week of the semester. An overview of the modern programs for symbolic mathematics is presented. After a short introduction to Mathematica, this application is used as an example to solve problems of mathematics and engineering mechanics. [Top] Subject Didactics of Mechanical and Process Engineering I and II: These lectures and the corresponding mentored works and teaching internship are part of the Ability Certificate of Teaching ("DidaktikZertifikat").

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