At Bonn University, Raoul-Martin Memmesheimer is currently teaching the lecture course “Bioinformatics” for students of biology on the Bachelor’s level and the advanced course “Advanced Theoretical Neuroscience” for graduate students in physics, biology and neuroscience. The PhD students of our group are acting as teaching assistents, together with external ones. In winter term 2020/21, there will be a new lecture “Introduction to Theoretical Neuroscience” for students of the natural sciences on the Master’s level.
At Radboud University Nijmegen, Raoul-Martin Memmesheimer has taught “Tensors and Applications” (an introduction to differential geometry for physics students), parts of “Advanced Computational Neuroscience” (joined with P. Tiesinga and B. Kappen) and “Neurophysics 1” (joined with J. van Opstal). In 2012/13, he commenced a newly designed lecture series, an introduction to nonlinear dynamics for physics and natural science students, “Nonlinear dynamics, chaos and applications”.