# Teaching activities

We are and interdisciplinary group and contribute to teaching in several programs related to Biomathematics and Bioinformatics in the Bonn area.

## Laboratory Course "Mathematical modeling of immune cell dynamics", Msc. Life Science Informatics

**February 27 - March 3, 2023**

This course will provide an introduction to mathematical modeling in systems biology, including analytical methods for small non-linear ODE systems, robustness and sensitivity analysis, data fitting and model selection. We will focus on applications related to intra- and intercellular immune cell dynamics. Prior to the block course, students are expected to prepare a seminar presentation in small groups, suitable topics will be presented in a preparatory meeting to be held in January 2022. During the block course, we will give introductory lectures in systems biology and related topics. Students will then each day complete a small-group project based on the presented topic, with help from classroom tutors.

### Winter term 2022/23

- Laboratory Course "Mathematical modeling of immune cell dynamics", Msc. Life Science Informatics
- Lecture course Advanced Topics in Applied Probability - Mathematical Biology, Msc Mathematics, together with Jan Hasenauer.
- Graduate Seminar "Applied Probability - Decision-making processes in immunology and ecology, Msc Mathematics, together with Rudi Balling.

### Winter term 2021/22

- Laboratory Course "Mathematical modeling of immune cell dynamics", Msc. Life Science Informatics
- Graduate Seminar "Applied Probability - Mathematics and Life Sciences", Msc Mathematics, together with Alexander Effland and Jan Hasenauer. BASIS entry: Click.

### Summer term 2021

Graduate Seminar "Modeling and Simulation with Partial Differential Equations – Selected topics from cell biology and immunology", Msc Mathematics.