- Teacher: Stephan Dreiseitl
- Teacher: Tudor Jebelean
- Teacher: Manuel Kauers
- Teacher: Temur Kutsia
- Teacher: Wolfgang Schreiner
- Teacher: Wolfgang Windsteiger

The first part of the lecture introduces to basic combinatorial

sequences like binomial coefficients, partition numbers, or Stirling

numbers.

The main part of the lecture is devoted to the concept of group

actions. This fundamental concept, connecting algebra with

combinatorics, can be viewed as the basis of Polya's counting theory.

Typical applications, for instance, concern different colorings of the

cube, or determining the total number of molecular graphs of a

certain type (e.g., alcohols).

- Teacher: Ralf Hemmecke
- Teacher: Peter Paule

The lecture will be in ENGLISH. (Not in German, as announced elsewhere!)

We discuss basic notions and methods to solve problems originating in analysis (like the problem of integration or of proving special function identities) with tools from computer algebra. The whole lecture has introductory character.

- Teacher: Ralf Hemmecke
- Teacher: Peter Paule

- Teacher: Wolfgang Schreiner

- Teacher: Wolfgang Schreiner

- Teacher: Wolfgang Schreiner

- Teacher: Ralf Hemmecke
- Teacher: Peter Paule

- Teacher: Franz Lichtenberger
- Teacher: Wolfgang Schreiner

- Teacher: Ralf Hemmecke
- Teacher: Peter Paule