I have started doing several teaching programs at NC State University. The graduate school has a well organized and supportive education community (Preparing Future Leaders) that is unique among all universities that I’ve seen so far. My first program with them was called SWAP and focused on writing as an important skill in the professional field. I got to guest-lecture in two English 101 courses which were a very refreshing and exciting experience. I have then completed the 2-year-long Certificate of Accomplishments in Teaching (CoAT) and also the Preparing the Professoriate (PTP) program which is very ambitious, you can find the documentation about this part here. As my fourth program, I completed the Dissertation Institute, which made me fortunate enough to get my face on the front page of the NCSU main website! Click here for a screenshot of the article.
In the winter semester 2013/14 I taught in the lecture „Physics for Engineers“ at the Technical University of Berlin, as I held the big exercise in hall EW201.
My previous teaching area is mainly experimental physics and fundamental physics at the Technical University of Berlin (I was teaching undergrads as a tutor for 2 years in the project laboratory at the Institute of Optics and Atomic Physics).
Im WS 2013/14 habe ich in der Vorlesung „Physik für Ingenieure“ der TU Berlin mitgeholfen, indem ich die große Übung im Raum EW201 vorgerechnet habe.
Mein bisheriges Lehrgebiet ist vor allem Experimentalphysik und Grundlagenphysik an der TU Berlin (ich war 2 Jahre Tutor im Projektlabor am Institut für Optik und Atomare Physik).