Institute for Theoretical Physics - Andreas Ipp.

- Electrodynamics I (exercises)
- Introduction to quantum electrodynamics (lecture)

- Introduction to quantum electrodynamics (lecture)

- Electrodynamics I (exercises)
- Introduction to quantum electrodynamics (lecture)
- Seminar on Fundamental Interactions 2: Topic: Quantum Fields on a Lattice
- Seminar on Fundamental Interactions 1: Topic: Quantum Fields on a Lattice

- Electrodynamics I (exercises)
- Introduction to quantum electrodynamics (lecture)
- Seminar on Fundamental Interactions 2: Topic: Machine learning for physicists
- Seminar on Fundamental Interactions 1: Topic: Machine learning for physicists

- Introduction to quantum electrodynamics (lecture)

- Electrodynamics I (exercises)
- Introduction to quantum electrodynamics (lecture)

- Introduction to quantum electrodynamics (lecture)

- Electrodynamics I (exercises)

- Introduction to quantum electrodynamics (lecture)
- Mathematical methods in physics (exercises)

- Introduction to quantum electrodynamics (lecture)
- Introduction to quantum electrodynamics (lecture at Johannes Kepler University Linz)
- Mathematical methods in physics (exercises)

- Introduction to quantum electrodynamics (lecture)
- Mathematical methods in physics (exercises)
- Seminar on Fundamental Interactions 1 (co-organizer)

- Introduction to quantum electrodynamics (lecture)
- Electrodynamics I (exercises)
- Mathematical methods in physics (exercises)

- Introduction to quantum electrodynamics (lecture)
- Statistical physics I (exercises)
- Project work in Theoretical Elementary Particle Physics

- Electrodynamics I (exercises)
- Seminar on Fundamental Interactions (co-organizer)

Project ideas:

- OpenPixi project: various project ideas in the context of scientific programming of a particle-in-cell (PIC) simulator,
- photon or dilepton production from quark gluon plasmas,
- non-Abelian plasma instabilities,
- QED effects in strong fields,
- quantum field theory using the functional renormalization group,
- other topics related to my research.