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

March 28 - April 1, 2022
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 2021/22


  • Laboratory Course "Mathematical modeling of immune cell dynamics", Msc. Life Science Informatics
  • Graduate Seminar "Applied Probability - Mathematics and Life Sciences", Master 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", Master Mathematics.