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Courses Fall 2011

Main Lectures


Course: Algebra II (Lie algebras)
Instructor: Runkel
Course: Homogeneous Spaces
Instructor: Goertsches
Course: Mathematical Structures in Physics
Instructor: Schweigert
Course: Topology I
Instructor: Reiher


Course: General Relativity
Instructor: Baumgartl, Teschner
Course: Quantum Field Theory I
Instructor: Bierenbaum, Kniehl
Course: Quantum Mechanics II
Instructor: Lichtenstein

Specialised Lectures


Course: Generalised complex structures
Instructor: Cortés
Course: Geometry of the Standard Model
Instructor: Stephan
Course: Operads
Instructor: Holtkamp


Course: Introduction to Supersymmetry
Instructor: Kirsch, Reuter
Course: Advanced Topics in String Theory
Instructor: Boels
Course: Advanced Topics in Astroparticle Physics
Instructor: Mirizzi
Course: Physics of the Standard Model
Instructor: Weiglein
Course: Theoretical Cosmology
Instructor: Buchmüller


Course: Seminar on Differential Geometry
Instructor: Cortés
Course: Seminar on Function Fields and Geometric Codes
Instructor: Schweigert
Course: Seminar on Functional Analysis
Instructor: Wockel
Course: Seminar on Symplectic Geometry
Instructor: Latschev

For time and place, ECTS credit points and further information, please see the "Vorlesungsverzeichnis" in STiNE or the links to the courses. For time and place, ECTS credit points and further information, please click the links to the courses or see the list of lectures in STiNE.
If you are in doubt which courses to take, please feel free to discuss your choice of courses with the Spokesperson or the Study Advisor. For information on course requirements and credits, please see our page on the degree structure.

PrepCourse: Concepts and Methods of Mathematical Physics

in block form: Mo 10.10.2011 to Fr 14.10.2011 (10:00-12:30 and 13:30-16:00), Geom H6
Course: Concepts and Methods of Mathematical Physics
Instructor: Florin Dumitrescu Ph.D.
Lecture Notes of previous years

The PrepCourse offers a survey of mathematical techniques and, at the same, aims at bringing together master students from all mathematical master programs. Participation is not obligatory, but recommended. There is no exam, and no credit points are assigned to the course.