Teaching Barbara Zwicknagl   


More Information on the courses at TU Berlin can be found on ISIS.

WS 2018/19
Vorlesung Optimal Control of PDEs
Vorlesung Calculus of Variations
Seminar Free discontinuity problems



Previous terms

SS 2018
Vorlesung Functional Ananlysis I
Vorlesung Approximation Theory
Seminar Calculus of Variations

WS 2017/18 (at Universität Würzburg)
Vorlesung Mathematik für Studierende der Informatik I
Arbeitsgemeinschaft on elliptic equations and systems (with Dr. J. Ratzkin and Prof. Dr. A. Schlömerkemper)

SS 2017 (at Universität Würzburg)
Vorlesung Einführung in die Geometrische Analysis
Seminar on the calculus of variations and applications (with Prof. Dr. A. Schlömerkemper)

WS 2016/17 (at the Universität Bonn)
Seminar on Analysis: Minimal surfaces, announcement

SS 2016 (at the Universität Heidelberg)
Vorlesung "Funktionalanalysis"
Seminar/Proseminar "Nichtlineare Partielle Differentialgleichungen 1. Ordnung"

WS 2015/16 (at the Universität Bonn)
"Hauptseminar Partielle Differentialgleichungen"
Master's thesis seminar (with Prof. Dr. S. Conti and Dr. H. Olbermann)

SS 2015 (at the Universität Bonn)
Master's thesis seminar (with Prof. Dr. S. Conti and Dr. H. Olbermann)

WS 2014/15 (at the Universität Bonn)
"Selected Topics in Analysis and PDE"
S5B4 Graduate Seminar on Modeling and Simulation with Partial Differential Equations (with Prof. Dr. S. Conti and Dr. C. Seis)
Master's thesis seminar (with Prof. Dr. S. Conti)

SS 2014 (at the Universität Bonn)
Exercises to "Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations II" (Prof. Dr. S. Müller)

WS 2013/14 (at the Universität Bonn)
Exercises to "Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations I" (Prof. Dr. S. Müller)

SS 2013 (at the Universität Bonn)
Exercises to "Partial Differential Equations and Modelling" (Prof. Dr. S. Müller)

WS 2012/13 (at the Universität Bonn)
Exercises to "Functional Analysis and Partial Differential Equations" (Prof. Dr. S. Müller)

spring 2012 (at Carnegie Mellon University)
Lecture "Principles of Real Analysis I"

spring 2011 (at Carnegie Mellon University)
Lecture "Advanced Topics in Analysis"