Currently I am involved in the undergraduate teaching within Science and Engineering Foundation Programme:
- Mathematics A (SEF040) : 2 semester course,
- Mathematics B (SEF041) : 2 semester course.
And previously (2017 – 2019):
- Principles of Mathematics (SEF014)
- Mathematics I (SEF001)
- Mathematics II (SEF002)
In 2015 at the Turin Doctoral School of Mathematical Sciences of Università degli studi di Torino I was giving lectures on “Applications of Hopf Algebras in physics” . The course was intended to give an introduction to Hopf algebras formalism in the connection with quantum (noncommutative) spacetimes. Such spacetimes contribute to one of the approaches to the effective description of Planck scale physics. For more info on the course, the schedule and bibliography have a look here.
My previous teaching includes:
- Oct – Nov 2014 Lectures: “Mathematical Analysis IIIa” at the University of Iceland (7 hours)
- June – July 2014 Lectures: ”Introduction to Yang-Mills theory” and ”Gravity as gauge theory” at the University of Wroclaw within the Teacher exchange program
- winter semester 13/14 Lectures: “Quantum Mechanics” at University of Iceland (12 hours)
- Nov-Dec 2013 Lectures: “Mathematical Methods” at University of Wroclaw within the Teacher exchange programme
- winter semester 08/09 Teaching assistant in Algebra 1 (exercise sessions, 30 hours) at University of Wroclaw
- spring semester 07/08 Teaching assistant in Electrodynamics (exercise sessions, 30 hours) at University of Wroclaw