In this section you’ll find out about the teaching I’m involved in at university, as well as about science outreach activities I am part of. You’ll also find links to resources for teaching and learning. The licenses for those are very permissive to support freedom and remove barriers .

Geoscience Modules at the University of Tübingen

Climate Dynamics, Probability and Statistics (for MSc students)
This module offers an introduction to atmospheric processes and climate change of the past, present and future. Furthermore, it covers probability theory, statistics, classic machine learning and their application to modern climatological problems. It is offered every other summer semester.
→ view online material

Mapping Class in Spain (for BSc Students)
This module offers a hands-on introduction to geologic and geomorphic mapping techniques in Spain. It is primarily for 5th semester BSc students and offered every year in September.

Applied Tectonics and Surface Processes (for BSc and MSc students)
This module offers an introduction to quantitative geomorphology/surface processes, tectonic geomorphology, climate, dating techniques, and current ‚hot topics‘ in tectonics-climate-surface processes research. It is offered every winter semester for 5th semester BSc students and MSc students.

Science Communication and Public Engagement

Eearthquake Education
The ParsQuake team develops, implements, and distributes earthquake education packages all around Central Asia and beyond.
→ Visit the ParsQuake site
→ The University of Tübingen introduces the project (German)

Scientists at Schools
Are you a teacher in Germany who wants to bring a research scientist into your classroom to talk to your students directly? The BMBF (Federal Ministry for Education and Research) initiative „Forschungsbörse“ allow you to do just that.
→ Invite me to your classroom

Geoscience and the Global Goals

(Solmaz Mohadjer & Sebastian Mutz)

This is a 2 session seminar designed to introduce the UN Sustainable Development Goals to geoscientists and interactively explore the role of research and the researchers in achieving these goals.

The curriculum can be downloaded and used for free:
Session 1 curriculum (PDF) and accompanying presentation slides (PDF)
Session 2 curriculum (PDF) and accompanying presentation slides (PDF)

The background and results of the seminar conducted at the University of Tübingen (01/2016), as well as useful links for more information about the goals, can be found in this EGU guest blog:
→ Exploring the Sustainable Development Goals at the University of Tübingen (Germany)