at the former Institute for Pure and Applied
Mathematics, RWTH Aachen University.
I have been giving problem sessions on calculus for civil engineering students,
Fourier analysis, distributions, differential equations, dynamic systems.
Since 2007 I am teaching mathematics and physics at
a community college for grades 5–13, located in Aachen, Germany.
Material for students and colleagues is available from
See a 2019 project on complex dynamics.
Here is a video explaining the matrix modeling a
stochastic process (in German).
Binomial 2.2 is a program for illustrating the binomial probability
distribution and its approximation by a Gaussian, and for calculations
related to testing of hypotheses. The latest release is available
here. Exercise sheets are included in the German version.