# Teaching

## Courses/Seminars in the Current Term

RWTH-Online Link to Course Overview

## Planned courses/seminars from the summer semester 2020

** SS20** Higher Mathematics IV for electrical engineers and physicists (L3,T2)

** ** Seminar: Applications in Mathematical Finance

** WS20/21** Dynamical Systems (L4,T2)

** ** Moneymanagement - Asset Allocation (L2,T1)

** SS21** Seminar: Applications in Mathematical Finance

** WS21/22** Functionalanalysis (L4,T2)

** SS22** Partial Differential Equations I (L4,T2)

** WS22/23** Higher Mathematics I for electrical engineers and physicists (L4,T2)

** SS23** Higher Mathematics II for electrical engineers and physicists (L4,T2)

** WS23/24** Higher Mathematics III for electrical engineers and physicists (L4,T2)

** SS24** Higher Mathematics IV for electrical engineers and physicists (L3,T2)

## The Top-10 Don'ts for a Slide Talk

**10.** Do not use text only! Any figure helps.

** 9.** Do not forget to label figures correctly!

** 8.** Do not point out things with the mouse or on the overhead screen! Point to the wall instead, possibly with a pointer.

** 7.** Do not rely on your slides only! Try some parts in free speech.

** 6.** Do not use black only slides! Some color, even handwritten, helps.

** 5.** Do not forget to write the important equations and messages on the black board!

** 4.** Do not stand on one spot during your whole talk!

** 3.** Do not speak too quietly!

** 2.** Do not use very small fonts on your slides!

** 1.** Do not answer questions arrogantly! Every question deserves your full attention, even a simple one.

If people get angry with you because of your talk, do not blame me!