Teaching

Over the years I have been giving courses, example and programming classes at various levels.

In addition to teaching I have been involved in other educational activities. In particular I have been advising and working with postdocs, Ph.D. students, and Master students. Some other educational activities are described in my CV.

Selected feedback from students:

The final project idea was really great. Honestly, one of the best courses I have ever taken. This class is a true gem, I believe having more classes like this would set KAUST apart as a next-level top-notch educational institution.

Professor Lorz was always available when students needed to discuss any matters related to class. He was also very diligent in making sure that his communication was effective and open with the class. He made extra efforts to ensure that the media through which students could access lectures and supplemental materials was easy for everyone. Overall, he is easily the most concerned and most effective communicator that I have ever had for a course professor.

Its inherent interdisciplinary nature. The math students were able to easily get broken down Biology information from the Biology students and vice-versa. This feature was honestly really great and I learned so much so quickly.

2017 / 2018: Weak Solutions of PDEKing Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia

2016 / 2017: Mathematical biologyKing Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia

2014 / 2015: Fonctions de plusieurs variables et intégrales multiples, Introduction à l’analyse numérique, Analyse numérique des équations différentielles, Université Pierre et Marie Curie, France

2013 / 2014: Analyse Vectorielle, Introduction à l’analyse numérique, Analyse numérique des équations différentiellesUniversité Pierre et Marie Curie, France

2009 / 2010: Supervisions for Partial Differential Equations, Part II course of the Mathematical Tripos, University of Cambridge, UK

2007 / 2008: Supervisions for Mathematical Biology, Part II course of the Mathematical Tripos, University of Cambridge, UK