Institute for Theoretical Physics - Andreas Ipp.

- 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.

- Peter Somkuti: Modifications of Spectra and Correlations through Yoctosecond Photon Double Pulses from a Quark-Gluon Plasma (2012, co-advisor) (TU-UB)

- Kirill Streltsov: The Particle-In-Cell Method for Plasma Simulations (2013, co-advisor)
- Alexander Haber: Perturbative Analysis of the Non-Perturbative Renormalization Group Equation (2012, co-advisor)
- Isabella Floss: Analysis and reduction of the error in 1D + 3V discretized hard-loop simulations (2012, co-advisor)
- Ognen Kapetanoski: Numerical algorithms for Particle-in-Cell simulations (2012, co-advisor)
- Matthias Kühmayer: Induced Photopion Decay (2012, co-advisor)
- Peter Somkuti: Study of the two-photon correlation function (2010, co-advisor)

The project OpenPixi participates as part of a group of open source projects at the TU Vienna in the **Google Summer of Code 2013**.