Statistics Lab Verena Wolf, Paula Kramer, Joschka GroƟ

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26.10.2022

Re Exam Inspection

Dear Students,

the inspection of the re exam will take place tomorrow from 1:15pm to 2:45pm in building E1 1, room 1.21.

If you are unable to attend during this timeslot and want to inspect your exam at a different time let us know vial mail.

Best regards,
... Read more

Dear Students,

the inspection of the re exam will take place tomorrow from 1:15pm to 2:45pm in building E1 1, room 1.21.

If you are unable to attend during this timeslot and want to inspect your exam at a different time let us know vial mail.

Best regards,
The Statistics Lab Team

21.10.2022

Results Re Exam

Dear Students,

the results for the re exam are now visible on your personal status page.

A date for the exam inspection will be announced at the beginning of next week.

Best regards,
The Statistics Lab Team

17.10.2022

Information Re Exam

Dear students,


the following contains information regarding the Re exam on Thursday. Please read it carefully and ask questions in the forum or by mail in advance.

The exam will start on Thursday, October 20, at 10:15 am and will take place in the... Read more

Dear students,


the following contains information regarding the Re exam on Thursday. Please read it carefully and ask questions in the forum or by mail in advance.

The exam will start on Thursday, October 20, at 10:15 am and will take place in the Günter-Hotz lecture hall (E 2 2). It will last 90 minutes and be finished at 11:45 am if we start on time.

You are allowed to bring

  • one DIN A4 page with handwritten notes on both sides,
  • and a non-programmable calculator

as auxiliary tools. In addition, a formula sheet will be enclosed within the exam. This can already be found under materials and was updated to account for
chi-square tests
.

We have uploaded the seating plan and seating key on the materials site, please check for your seat in beforehand. If you cannot find your matriculation number and plan to participate, or if you have any other questions regarding the seating plan, please let us know as soon as possible.

Seating will begin at 10:00 am. We will put up seating plans next to the lecture hall entrances. When entering, please leave your jackets and bags on the sides, turn off all electronic devices (smartphones, laptops, smartwatches, ...) and leave them in your bag.

Take to your seat only

  • your UdS card as well as personal identification,
  • writing materials (pens, ...),
  • your cheat sheet & calculator,
  • your mask if you wish to,
  • food and drinks if necessary.

You are not allowed to bring/use your own paper. We will provide you with enough paper during the exam.

Considering the current covid case numbers, we strongly recommend everyone to bring and wear a face mask during the exam.

Make sure to arrive at the lecture hall on time at 10:00 am. If you arrive after seating has finished, we can not guarantee that you will be able to participate.


Best regards

The Statistics Lab team

12.10.2022

LSF Registration Re-exam

Dear Students,

we just want to remind you to register for the re-exam in the LSF up until a week prior to the exam. The registration is necessary in order to participate in the exam.

If you come across any questions during your exam preparation, feel free to... Read more

Dear Students,

we just want to remind you to register for the re-exam in the LSF up until a week prior to the exam. The registration is necessary in order to participate in the exam.

If you come across any questions during your exam preparation, feel free to ask them in the forum.

Best regards,
The Statistics Lab Team

 

05.09.2022

Reupload Lecture Recordings

Dear Students,

since the old links expired, we reuploaded all lecture recordings to an unlisted, but permanent YouTube playlist. The link to this playlist is also documented in the materials section.

Best regards,
The Statistics Lab Team

19.07.2022

Final Exam Grades, Final Grade, Exam Inspection

Dear students,

we just published the results for the final exam as well as your final grade and passing status. These are both visible on your personal status page. So far, your final grade consists of your exam grade and the single-gradescale bonus if you... Read more

Dear students,

we just published the results for the final exam as well as your final grade and passing status. These are both visible on your personal status page. So far, your final grade consists of your exam grade and the single-gradescale bonus if you achieved enough points in the exercise sheets.

If you participate in the re-exam (October 20 ~10am) you can still improve your final grade as we will use the better of the two exam grades to calculate your final grade.

Be reminded that the final exam inspection will take place this Thursday (July 21) in HS.001 in E1.3 from 12-2pm.

Kind regards,

The Statistics Lab Team

13.07.2022

Exam Preparation Sheet

Dear Students,

we just uploaded a training sheet Z under Materials. It contains additional exercises for the following highly requested topics from the poll:

  • Statistical Testing
  • Inverse Transform & Rejection Sampling
  • Maximum Likelihood... Read more

Dear Students,

we just uploaded a training sheet Z under Materials. It contains additional exercises for the following highly requested topics from the poll:

  • Statistical Testing
  • Inverse Transform & Rejection Sampling
  • Maximum Likelihood Estimation

You can discuss these topics exercises in this weeks on-site tutorials. Solutions will be published after the tutorials.
 

Kind regards,

The Statistics Lab Team

12.07.2022

Feedback L, Exam Seating

Dear Students,

we published your results and our feedback for exercise sheet L. They are both visible on your personal status page.

We have also uploaded the seating plan for the main exam, which you can find on the materials page. Please let us know as soon... Read more

Dear Students,

we published your results and our feedback for exercise sheet L. They are both visible on your personal status page.

We have also uploaded the seating plan for the main exam, which you can find on the materials page. Please let us know as soon as possible if you have registered and have not been assigned a seat. 

Kind regards

The Statistics Lab Team

11.07.2022

Information Final Exam

Dear students,


the following contains information regarding the final exam next week. Please read it carefully and ask questions in the forum or by mail in advance.

The exam will start on Monday, July 18, at 8:15 am and will take place in the Günter-Hotz... Read more

Dear students,


the following contains information regarding the final exam next week. Please read it carefully and ask questions in the forum or by mail in advance.

The exam will start on Monday, July 18, at 8:15 am and will take place in the Günter-Hotz lecture hall. It will last 90 minutes and be finished at 9:45 am if we start on time.

You are allowed to bring

  • one DIN A4 page with handwritten notes on both sides,
  • and a non-programmable calculator

as auxiliary tools. In addition, a formula sheet will be enclosed within the exam. This can already be found under materials.

Seating will begin at 08:00 am. We will put up seating plans next to the lecture hall entrances, which will already be published  tomorrow. When entering, please leave your jackets and bags on the sides, turn off all electronic devices (smartphones, laptops, smartwatches, ...) and leave them in your bag.

Take to your seat only

  • your UdS card as well as personal identification,
  • writing materials (pens, rulers, ...),
  • your cheat sheet & calculator,
  • your mask if you wish to,
  • food and drinks if necessary.

You are not allowed to bring/use your own paper. We will provide you with enough paper during the exam.


If you have any questions during the exam or need to communicate with us for any other reason, we recommend you to wear a medicinical face mask while doing so.


Please make sure to arrive at the lecture hall on time at 8:00 am.

Kind regards

The Statistics Lab Team

05.07.2022

Feedback K, Exam Registration, Exam Inspection

Dear Students,

we published your results and our feedback for exercise sheet K. They are both visible on your personal status page.
Just as a reminder, please register in the LSF for the main exam until one week prior to the exam. If you are not sure whether you... Read more

Dear Students,

we published your results and our feedback for exercise sheet K. They are both visible on your personal status page.
Just as a reminder, please register in the LSF for the main exam until one week prior to the exam. If you are not sure whether you will have enough points on the exercise sheets and are planning to participate in the main exam, please register anyways. You will not loose one of your examination attempts, if you are not admitted to the exam.
Additionally, we have set a date for the inspection of the main exam. It will take place on Thursday, 21.7., 12-2pm in E1.3, Lecture Hall 001.

Kind regards,

The Statistics Lab Team

04.07.2022

Mock Exam / Exercise Sheet L, Poll Tutorials 14.07

Dear Students,

we published the mock exam under Materials. A subset of the solutions to the mock exam will be discussed in the lecture on July 12. Use the office hours / tutorials or the forum to discuss solutions that are not covered in the lecture. In order to... Read more

Dear Students,

we published the mock exam under Materials. A subset of the solutions to the mock exam will be discussed in the lecture on July 12. Use the office hours / tutorials or the forum to discuss solutions that are not covered in the lecture. In order to give you more exam preparation time, the mock exam also serves as a substitute for exercise sheet L: you may submit solutions to up to 4 exercises. Details regarding the submission modalities and grading can be found within the mock exam.

Note that the new content covered by this weeks lecture will only be relevant for the re-exam.

The tutorials on July 14 will be used for rehearsal of previous lecture content. Please use this poll to tell us for which topics you would appreciate some help.

Kind regards,
The Statistics Lab Team

28.06.2022

Results Exercise Sheet J

Dear Students,

we published your results and our feedback for exercise sheet J. They are both visible on your personal status page.

Kind regards,

The Statistics Lab Team

27.06.2022

Materials K


Dear Students,

We published training sheet K, exercise sheet K, and the sample solutions to training sheet J. These are all available on the materials page. We have also uploaded the additional videos from the 2020 video course in the forum.

Kind... Read more


Dear Students,

We published training sheet K, exercise sheet K, and the sample solutions to training sheet J. These are all available on the materials page. We have also uploaded the additional videos from the 2020 video course in the forum.

Kind Regards,

The Statistics Lab Team

22.06.2022

Results Exercise Sheet I

Dear Students,

we published your results and our feedback for exercise sheet I. They are both visible on your personal status page.

Kind regards,

The Statistics Lab Team

21.06.2022

Lecture Recording J

Dear Students,

the recording of this weeks lecture is now available under Materials in the MCMS.

Kind regards,

The Statistics Lab Team

20.06.2022

Materials J


Dear Students,

We published training sheet J, exercise sheet J, and the sample solutions to training sheet I. These are all available on the materials page. We have also uploaded additional videos from the 2020 video course in the forum as well as the course... Read more


Dear Students,

We published training sheet J, exercise sheet J, and the sample solutions to training sheet I. These are all available on the materials page. We have also uploaded additional videos from the 2020 video course in the forum as well as the course notes chapter on hypothesis testing.

Kind Regards,

The Statistics Lab Team

16.06.2022

Lecture Recording I

Dear Students,

the recording of this weeks lecture is now available under Materials in the MCMS.

Kind regards,

The Statistics Lab Team

14.06.2022

Results Exercise Sheet H

Dear Students,

we published your results and our feedback for exercise sheet H. They are both visible on your personal status page.

Kind regards,

The Statistics Lab Team

13.06.2022

Materials I, Public Holiday June 16

Dear Students,

We published training sheet I, exercise sheet I, and the sample solutions to training sheet H. These are all available on the materials page. We have also uploaded the additional videos from the 2020 video course in the forum.

Due to the public... Read more

Dear Students,

We published training sheet I, exercise sheet I, and the sample solutions to training sheet H. These are all available on the materials page. We have also uploaded the additional videos from the 2020 video course in the forum.

Due to the public holiday this Thursday, there will be no on-site tutorials this week. If you still want to see / discuss the solutions to exercise sheet H, please feel free to visit the online tutorial on Wednesday (see the Links Section on the CMS main page). Alternatively, we will also be presenting the solutions in the office hours on Friday as well as next Monday.

Kind regards,

The Statistics Lab Team

07.06.2022

Results Exercise Sheet G

Dear Students,

we published your results and our feedback for exercise sheet G. They are both visible on your personal status page.

Kind regards,

The Statistics Lab Team

07.06.2022

Lecture Recording H

Dear Students,

the recording of this weeks lecture is now available under Materials in the MCMS.

Kind regards,

The Statistics Lab Team

06.06.2022

Sheets H

Dear Students,

We published training sheet H, exercise sheet H and the sample solutions to training sheet G. These are all available on the materials page.

Note that exercise sheet H is a bonus sheet. That means you cannot lose any points this week, but... Read more

Dear Students,

We published training sheet H, exercise sheet H and the sample solutions to training sheet G. These are all available on the materials page.

Note that exercise sheet H is a bonus sheet. That means you cannot lose any points this week, but instead catch up by earning up to 9 bonus points. The content covered (maximum likelihhod estimation) by this sheet is however still relevant for the exam so preparing this sheet is highly recommended in any case.

Kind regards,

The Statistics Lab Team

01.06.2022

Extended Due Date Exercise Sheet G

Dear Students,

To account for the public holiday next week, we extended the submission due date for exercise sheet G to June 7 14:59.

Kind regards,

The Statistics Lab Team

01.06.2022

Results F, Lecture Recording G, Office Hour June 6

Dear Students,

we published your results and our feedback for exercise sheet F and the recording of this weeks lecture. The former is visible on your personal status page, the latter can be accessed on the Materials page.

Due to the public holiday next Monday... Read more

Dear Students,

we published your results and our feedback for exercise sheet F and the recording of this weeks lecture. The former is visible on your personal status page, the latter can be accessed on the Materials page.

Due to the public holiday next Monday (June 6), there will be no office hour on that day.

Kind regards,

The Statistics Lab Team

 

30.05.2022

Materials G, Exams, Office Hours

Dear Students,

We published training sheet G, exercise sheet G, the sample solutions to training sheet F and the script chapter on parameter estimation. These are all available on the materials page. We also uploaded new videos from the 2020 video course in the ... Read more

Dear Students,

We published training sheet G, exercise sheet G, the sample solutions to training sheet F and the script chapter on parameter estimation. These are all available on the materials page. We also uploaded new videos from the 2020 video course in the forum.

As already announced in the introductory lecture, the main exam will take place on July 18, 8:30am. Please do not forget to register for the exam in the LSF (at least 2 weeks prior). There will also be a re-exam on October 20 10am. Obtaining the exam admission qualifies you to participate in both exams. You pass the course if you pass at least one of the exams. Your final grade will be calculated from the exam with the better grade.

Furthermore, we would like to remind you that especially the on-site office hours (Monday, Friday) are a great place for working on the exercise sheets. Having concrete questions is not a prerequisite for visiting: you can also just come to the office hour, work on the exercises there, and if a question comes up, our tutors will be more than happy to help!

Kind regards,

The Statistics Lab Team

27.05.2022

Lecture Recording F

Dear Students,

the recording this weeks lecture is now available under Materials in the MCMS.

Kind regards,

The Statistics Lab Team

24.05.2022

Results Exercise Sheet E

Dear Students,

we published your results and our feedback for exercise sheet E. They are both visible on your personal status page.

Kind regards,

The Statistics Lab Team

23.05.2022

Materials F, Tutorial F

Dear Students,

We published training sheet F, exercise sheet F, and the sample solutions to training sheet E. These are all available on the materials page.

Due to the public holiday this Thursday, there will be no on-site tutorials this week. If you still... Read more

Dear Students,

We published training sheet F, exercise sheet F, and the sample solutions to training sheet E. These are all available on the materials page.

Due to the public holiday this Thursday, there will be no on-site tutorials this week. If you still want to see / discuss the solutions to exercise sheet E, please feel free to visit the online tutorial (see the Links Section on the CMS main page). Alternatively, we will also be presenting the solutions in the office hours on Friday as well as next Monday.

Kind regards,

The Statistics Lab Team

18.05.2022

Results Exercise Sheet D

Dear Students,

we published your results and our feedback for exercise sheet D. They are both visible on your personal status page.

Kind regards,

The Statistics Lab Team

17.05.2022

Lecture Recording May 17

Dear Students,

the recording of todays lecture is now available under Materials in the MCMS.

Kind regards,

The Statistics Lab Team

16.05.2022

Materials E

Dear Students,

We published training sheet E, exercise sheet E, and the sample solutions to training sheet D. These are all available on the materials page. We also uploaded new videos from the 2020 video course in the forum.

Kind regards,

The Statistics... Read more

Dear Students,

We published training sheet E, exercise sheet E, and the sample solutions to training sheet D. These are all available on the materials page. We also uploaded new videos from the 2020 video course in the forum.

Kind regards,

The Statistics Lab Team

 

11.05.2022

Results Exercise Sheet C

Dear Students,

we published your results and our feedback for exercise sheet C. They are both visible on your personal status page.

Kind regards,

The Statistics Lab Team

09.05.2022

Materials C, Merged Tutorials

Dear Students,

We published training sheet D, exercise sheet D, and the sample solutions to training sheet C. These are all available on the materials page. We also uploaded new videos from the 2020 video course in the forum.

Due to a low number of students... Read more

Dear Students,

We published training sheet D, exercise sheet D, and the sample solutions to training sheet C. These are all available on the materials page. We also uploaded new videos from the 2020 video course in the forum.

Due to a low number of students attending the German tutorials at 8:30, we have merged the two tutorials. Those of you that were in Alex's tutorial have been reassigned to Michel's slot which takes place at the same time in Room E1.3 015. You can view your tutorial slot on your personal status page. If you think the newly assigned slot is incorrect, please contact us.

Kind regards,

The Statistics Lab Team

04.05.2022

Results Exercise Sheet B

Dear Students,

we published your results and our feedback for exercise sheet B. They are both visible on your personal status page.

Kind regards,

The Statistics Lab Team

02.05.2022

Materials C, Online Office Hour

Dear Students,

We published training sheet C, exercise sheet C, the sample solutions to training sheet B, and a new chapter in the lecture notes. These are all available on the materials page. We also uploaded new videos from the 2020 video course in the ... Read more

Dear Students,

We published training sheet C, exercise sheet C, the sample solutions to training sheet B, and a new chapter in the lecture notes. These are all available on the materials page. We also uploaded new videos from the 2020 video course in the forum.

We have decided to change the office hour on Wednesdays to a completely online session, the Zoom link can be found on the main page. The office hours on Mondays and Fridays will only be offered in-person in E1.3, room 014. If you have any questions, you can also always ask them in the forum.  

Kind regards,

The Statistics Lab Team

27.04.2022

Reopening Teams

Dear Students,

since some teams are already starting to disband, we are reopening the team groupings. Thus it is possible again to leave your current team, or join other teams (provided you know their invite code). This is meant to simplify the regrouping process... Read more

Dear Students,

since some teams are already starting to disband, we are reopening the team groupings. Thus it is possible again to leave your current team, or join other teams (provided you know their invite code). This is meant to simplify the regrouping process for teams where some members dropped the course and enables them to self-organize. If you are looking for a new group, because your team disbanded, you can once again use the forum.

We kindly ask you to treat this feature responsibly, i.e.,

  • do not create new (permament) single-member teams,
  • try to keep your teams size at 3 or more if possible
  • make sure to notify your team members in beforehand if you are planning to join another team.

We will be closely monitoring your usage of this feature and may decide to revoke it if necessary.

Kind regards,

The Statistics Lab Team

27.04.2022

Results & Feedback A

Dear Students,

we published your results and our feedback for exercise sheet A. They are both visible on your personal status page.

Kind regards,

The Statistics Lab Team

26.04.2022

Lecture Slot, Supplementary Videos

Dear Students,

we decided to tentatively move the regular lecture slot. Thus, starting next week, there will be only one lecture per week on Tuesday 8:30. If we decide that another week with two lectures is required, it will be announced in time. Since todays... Read more

Dear Students,

we decided to tentatively move the regular lecture slot. Thus, starting next week, there will be only one lecture per week on Tuesday 8:30. If we decide that another week with two lectures is required, it will be announced in time. Since todays lecture did not cover all families of discrete distributions, you should consider watching the videos on the poisson distribution and its relationship to the binomial distribution (Video 3.5.3 - 3.5.5), or read up on them in the lecture notes.

Kind regards,

The Statistics Lab Team

25.04.2022

Materials B

Dear Students,

We published training sheet B, exercise sheet B and the sample solutions to training sheet A, as well as video recordings of todays lecture. These are all availabe on the materials page. We also uploaded new videos from the 2020 video course in the... Read more

Dear Students,

We published training sheet B, exercise sheet B and the sample solutions to training sheet A, as well as video recordings of todays lecture. These are all availabe on the materials page. We also uploaded new videos from the 2020 video course in the forum.

Kind regards,

The Statistics Lab Team

23.04.2022

Team Groupings, Submission Sheet A

Dear Students,

the team groupings are now complete. If your team disbands over the course of the semester, you can let us know and we will try to assign you to a new team. If you do not know how to contact your team members: you can do so using the personal... Read more

Dear Students,

the team groupings are now complete. If your team disbands over the course of the semester, you can let us know and we will try to assign you to a new team. If you do not know how to contact your team members: you can do so using the personal message function in the forum. The forum/CMS usernames of your team members are now displayed in a separate section titled 'Team Members' on your personal status page.

If any of you did not yet join the forum, it is thus vital you do so now, such that your team members are able to contact you! In case any of you are unable to contact your team members please do not hesitate to ask us for help in the forum.

This is especially important as the submission deadline for exercise sheet A draws close. Regarding the submission process, please keep in mind that

  • solutions to the exercises have to be submitted online on your personal status page as three separate files, one for each exercise,
  • only one team member should submit your teams solutions.

Finally, we would like to remind you that in order to receive full points for exercises that ask you to conduct a mathematical proof, it is necessary that you justify every step of your proof.

Kind regards,
The Statistics Lab Team

20.04.2022

Location Change Office Hour Mo./Fr., Face Masks On-site

Dear Students,

To be able to supervise more of you at the same time during the on-site office hours, we will be moving the Monday and Friday office hours to room 014 in building E1.3. The Wednesday office hour is unaffected by this change until further... Read more

Dear Students,

To be able to supervise more of you at the same time during the on-site office hours, we will be moving the Monday and Friday office hours to room 014 in building E1.3. The Wednesday office hour is unaffected by this change until further notice.

Furthermore, considering the current pandemic situation and the size of the seminar rooms, we strongly ask you to wear a medicinal face mask during the on-site tutorials, in order to protect your fellow students as well as tutors.

Thank your for your understanding & kind regards,
The Statistics Lab Team

19.04.2022

Recording Lecture 3

Dear Students,

we are sorry to inform you that due to technical difficulties we are unable to provide you with a recording of todays lecture. You can instead watch the 2020 lecture videos 2.1.3 - 3.2. Note that these also cover pairwise and mutual independence,... Read more

Dear Students,

we are sorry to inform you that due to technical difficulties we are unable to provide you with a recording of todays lecture. You can instead watch the 2020 lecture videos 2.1.3 - 3.2. Note that these also cover pairwise and mutual independence, which was not part of todays lecture, but is nevertheless relevant for the exam.

Kind Regards,

The Statistics Lab Team

 

18.04.2022

Tutorial Assignment, Materials, Team Groupings

Dear Students,

As of today you can view your assigned tutorial on your personal status page. If you think there has been an error, because your assigned tutorial slot does not fit you at all, or if you missed the registration deadline, please contact us... Read more

Dear Students,

As of today you can view your assigned tutorial on your personal status page. If you think there has been an error, because your assigned tutorial slot does not fit you at all, or if you missed the registration deadline, please contact us immediately.

Furthermore, we have uploaded chapter 3 of the lecture notes, training sheet A, exercise sheet A (already at rev 2) and the sample solutions to training sheet X. These are all availabe on the materials page. We also uploaded new videos from the 2020 video courses in the forum.

Starting today you can also create or join teams for solving the exercise sheets via your personal status page. The team size is set to exactly 3 students. You will have time until 22.04.2022 23:59. Any students that are not part of a team after this deadline will be grouped into teams by us. Teams with less than 3 members will also be filled with unassigned students by us.

Kind regards,

The Statistics Lab Team

11.04.2022

Welcome to the Statistics Lab 2022, Materials X

Dear Students,

welcome to the summer semester 2022!

We already uploaded today's lecture recording under materials. There, you will also find the organsiational slides, a recoding of the introduction Prof. Wolf gave, training sheet X and the lecture notes on... Read more

Dear Students,

welcome to the summer semester 2022!

We already uploaded today's lecture recording under materials. There, you will also find the organsiational slides, a recoding of the introduction Prof. Wolf gave, training sheet X and the lecture notes on descriptive statistics and probabilities. Note that unlike planned in the regular weeks, the solutions to training sheet X will not be uploaded until next week, in order to encourage you to really try and solve the exercises on your own.

In case you have any questions do not hestitate to ask them in the forum, or contact us via mail.

Kind regards & a good start to your semester,

The Statistics Lab Team

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Course Goals

This course serves as an introduction to the fundamentals of statistics and probability theory. Additional practial exercises will teach you how to perform rudimentary statistical data analysis using the Python programming language in combination with well-established packages such as pandas.

 

Topics:

  • Descriptive Statistics and Visualizations in Python
  • Probabilities and Discrete Random Variables
  • Continuous Random Variables and Laws of Large Numbers
  • Parameter Estimation
  • Statistical Testing
  • Computer Simulations and Monte Carlo Methods
  • Stochastic Processes

 

Lecture Modalities:

  • Weekly recorded on-site lecture (Mo. 8:30-10am). Video course and lecture notes as supplementary online resources.
  • First three weeks of term only: Additional recorded on-site lecture (Tue. 8:30-10am).
  • Written on-site exam on the 18th of July.
  • Weekly graded exercise sheets to be prepared in groups. Exam admission is tied to achieving a total exercise sheets score of at least 50%.
  • On-site tutorials (Thu. 8:30-10am or 10:15am-12pm) as well as online tutorials (Wed. 8:30-10am) and office hours (Mo., Wed., Fri. 2-4pm).

 

Links

Zoom-Meeting Links:

 

Registration

The registration for this course is open from April 11, 8:30am to April 17, 11:59pm. When registering you will have to state your preferences regarding the mode (online or on-site) and time of your tutorial as well as your preferred language. Adapted to your demand, we will be offering on-site and online tutorials in German as well as English.
 

General Information

  • The first lecture will take place on the 11th of April at 8:30am.
  • Online events will be conducted via Zoom.

 



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