Studies and Teaching at the Institute of Algebra, Number Theory and Discrete Mathematics

Institute of Algebra, Number Theory and Discrete Mathematics

Our teaching activities include basic lectures, proseminars, seminars, and advanced lectures from our eponymous areas in mathematics education for bachelor students of mathematics, physics, meteorology, and computer science, as well as for those studying for a teaching degree; in addition, we regularly offer advanced courses in our research areas and related fields for master students.

We are very active and committed in the supervision of final theses and doctoral theses; from all fields, topics for bachelor and master theses are offered for students of mathematics and education as well as dissertation projects in mathematics.

Institute of Algebra, Number Theory and Discrete Mathematics

Our teaching activities include basic lectures, proseminars, seminars, and advanced lectures from our eponymous areas in mathematics education for bachelor students of mathematics, physics, meteorology, and computer science, as well as for those studying for a teaching degree; in addition, we regularly offer advanced courses in our research areas and related fields for master students.

We are very active and committed in the supervision of final theses and doctoral theses; from all fields, topics for bachelor and master theses are offered for students of mathematics and education as well as dissertation projects in mathematics.

DEGREE COURSES THAT ARE CO-SUPERVISED BY US

Mathematics courses of the Faculty of Mathematics and Physics

The Institute of Algebra, Number Theory and Discrete Mathematics offers (partly in rotation with other institutes of mathematics) the following courses for students of mathematics and other subjects.

Compulsory and basic courses Mathematics

Linear Algebra I

Linear Algebra II

Algebra I

Algebra II

Discrete Mathematics

Proseminars

Specialization Bachelor / Master Mathematics

Representation Theory

Groups and their Representations

Representation Theory of Symmetric Groups

Algebraic Combinatorics

Topology

Invariant Theory

Reflection Arrangements

Algebraic Number Theory I

Algebraic Number Theory II

Arithmetic Geometry

Algebraic Groups

Seminars

For students of special education, etc.

Introduction to mathematics for special education teachers