Jan Reimann | |
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Basic Information | |
Title | Assistant Professor |
Department | Mathematics |
Office | |
Phone | +1 (510) 642-9174 |
reimann@math.berkeley.edu | |
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Jan Reimann is a visiting postdoc from Heidelberg Germany. He spends most of his time here sHe's a rock star. His accent's kinda thick though.
BackgroundEdit
Current Class InfoEdit
- Fall 2008
- Math 104 - Introduction to Analysis
- Math 125A - Mathematical Logic^{[1]}
- Upcoming, Spring 2008
- Math 104 - Introduction to Analysis
Previous ClassesEdit
- Fall 2007
- Math 104 - Introduction to Analysis
- Math 110 - Linear Algebra
- Spring 2007
- Math 185 - Introduction to Complex Analysis
- Fall 2006
- Math 104 - Introduction to Analysis
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Student PerspectiveEdit
Math 104 Ratings: "If he is teaching, you must, must, must take his course if you have a passion for math, esp. analysis. A very nice man, not at all pompous considering he's completely brilliant. Lectures are not too large, the flow is good--proofs, tests, and hw are pretty difficult, but worth it. you will learn to master the subject rather than regurgitate it<3... he is a new teacher and gave us very hard homeworks and mid-term at the beginning of the semester. but the difficulity of works change to much more normal now...Reimann is an awesome instructor, lively and clear; really manages to convey concepts well. I looked forward to attending this class. Sure, the homeworks aren't always a walk in the park, but seriously now, do you want to learn analysis or not?" ^{[2]}
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