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 Newton–Cartan gravity

Leibniz University Hannover, academic years 2021/22 and 2022/23
A course on Newton–Cartan gravity, i.e. geometrised Newtonian gravity, aimed at advanced students with background knowledge in differential geometry and general relativity. It consists of an introductory course in the winter semester and a more advanced course on gaugetheoretic aspects in the summer semester. For students not familiar with principal bundles, I offered an extra ‘crash course’ of fourandahalf lecture sessions.
 Repetitorium Theoretical Electrodynamics and Theoretical Physics B

Leibniz University Hannover, summer semester 2021
Two oneweek refresher ‘crash courses’ on classical electrodynamics, aimed at secondsemester students in the physics bachelor’s programme (‘Electrodynamics’) or in the physics teaching degree programme (‘Theory B’). Due to the COVID19 pandemic, they were given as online courses, recordings of which (in German) are available on the university’s video portal.
 Repetitorium Mathematical Methods of Physics and Theoretical Physics A

Leibniz University Hannover, winter semester 2020/21
Two oneweek refresher ‘crash courses’ on mathematical methods of physics and basic Newtonian mechanics, aimed at firstsemester students in the physics bachelor’s programme (‘Mathematical Methods’) or in the physics teaching degree programme (‘Theory A’). Due to the COVID19 pandemic, they were given as online courses, recordings of which (in German) are available on the university’s video portal.