# Thomas Kahle's teaching

# Teaching

## Winter 2021/22

- Lineare Algebra I
- Mathematik für Informatik I

## Sommer 2021

Courses this summer consist of asynchronous online lectures combined with synchronous meetings for exercises, questions, etc. This applies to both lectures:

and also the compact course:

- MathCoRe Compact Course on Tensors, March 29 - April 9, 2021

## past

### Winter 2020/21

- Forschungssemester

### Summer 2020

**All teaching in this summer is remote and mostly asynchronous!
Anybody with a Moodle account can join**

### Winter 2019/20

### Summer 2019

### Winter 2018/19

- Lineare Algebra I
- Mathematik für Informatik I
- co-organizing the IAG Oberseminar

### Summer 2018

- Lineare Algebra II
- co-organizing the IAG Oberseminar

### Winter 2017/18

- Lineare Algebra I
- co-organizing the IAG Oberseminar
- MathCoRe compact course on complexity reduction (March 2018)

### Summer 2017

- Vorlesung Anwendbare Algebra
- Seminar Anwendbare Algebra
- co-organizing the IAG Oberseminar

### Winter 2016/17

- Computeralgebra.
- co-organizing the IAG Oberseminar

### Summer 2016

- Algebra
- co-organizing the IAG Oberseminar
- CDS theory seminar

### Winter 2015/16

- Algebra 2
- co-organizing the IAG Oberseminar
- CDS theory seminar

### Summer 2015

- Commutative algebra
- co-organizing the IAG Oberseminar
- CDS theory seminar

### Winter 2014

- Co-organizing the IAG Oberseminar
- CDS theory seminar

### Summer 2014

### Winter 2013/14

- Co-organizing the algebra seminar.

### Summer 2013 (TU Munich)

- Übungsleitung Mathematik 2 für Elektrotechnik und Informationstechnik (in German).
- Monomial and Binomial Ideals
- Lecture: Mondays 12-14 in 03.08.011 (Garching)
- Exercises: tbd.

- Summer school in algebraic statistcs in Nordfjordeid, Norway: http://tiny.cc/AlgStatSchool2013

### 2012

- Post-Doc assistent at summer school
*Algebraic Geometry for Applications*, Georgia Tech, Atlanta, USA.

### 2011

- Post-Doc assistent at summer school
*Commutative Algebra*, MSRI, Berkeley, USA. Video of a talk on generators of toric ideals (and what they are good for).

### 2010

- Lecture "Binomial Ideals, Combinatorics, and Statistics" at MPI-MiS, Leipzig, Germany.