Current members of the research group at Mathematics X:
Former PhD students and diploma/master students.
My research interest is based on differential geometric, algebraic, and analytic questions centered around topics in mathematical physics with a special focus on various aspects of quantization.
A more detailed description of current research topics.
An overview on my own work with a list of recent publications, lecture notes and preprints.
This is our group seminar with takes place during the semester once every week and less regulary during the term breaks. Guests and in particular students are most welcome!
This is a seminar for junior scientists interested in research topics in the intersection (union) of mathematics and physics.
Some summer schools, conferences, and workshops I (co-) organised:
The research topics of our group in mathematical physics offer a lot of opportunities for bachelor, master, and Ph.D. theses. If you are interested in writing a theses at the Chair X you find here some more detailed description of possible topics and pre-requisites. Please feel free to contact me if you have any sort of questions about a thesis project.
Here you can find further information on my books together with a list of errata. There are also some lecture notes for download. More (preliminary and unfinished) lecture notes can be found on the webpages of the lectures in WueCampus.
Here you can find a list of my lectures together with links to the lecture homepages. There you can find announcements and the exercises (mostly in german). Most of them will also have an entry in WueCampus which is updated during the semester.
Here you can find a list of the research in groups (Rigs), typically in the master programme, together with links to the homepages. There you can find first announcements and additional information (mostly in german). Most of them will also have an entry in WueCampus which is updated during the semester.
These RiGs consist typically of several components: a lecture presenting the general topic and a seminar where the students give talks on selected topics not covered in the lecture. Moreover, typically a proceeding by the students is required.
Here one can find a list of student seminars from the last years. Most of them will also have an entry in WueCampus which is updated during the semester. Again, some ideas on how to give seminar talks are outlined here (in german).
Since November 2015 I am responsible for the relations to the Alumni of the Faculty of Computer Science and Mathematics. If you are interested in becoming a member of the Alumni Network of Würzburg University, feel free to contact either me or go directly to the webpages of the Alumni Network: