**Summer Term 2020:**

Random Trees

**Spring Term 2018:**

Hopf Algebras (Lecture Notes)

**Games as a medium of instruction**

- For the Win: How Game Thinking Can Revolutionize Your Business, by K. Werbach and D. Hunter
- Project Euler - Challenging mathematical / computer programming problems. Learn new concepts in a fun and recreational context.
- Rational Games - Playful negotiation for serious people

**Tools for the preparation of mathematical documents**

- LaTeX - A document preparation system.
- TeXstudio - An integrated writing environment for creating LaTeX documents.
- Inkscape - A professional vector graphics editor.
- Organize your references using BibTex and zbMATH or MathSciNet. There usually is no need to write the bibliography by hand.
- Detexify helps you find the latex code for mathematical symbols. This is often faster than going through the comprehensive symbol list.

**On mathematical writing**

** Learn to code**

- W3Schools - the world's largest web developer site

**Meta**

- MathOverflow
- Mathematics Stack Exchange
- On-Line Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences
- Douglas B. West's Links to Combinatorial Conferences

** Links / advice: your first semester as an undergraduate**

- Take the initiative. It's your responsibility to envision and achieve your goals.
- Check if your university offers affordable (or even free) language courses, transferable skills training or sport activities!
- Consider planning a study abroad year! Depending on the destination, preparation (getting a scholarship, visa, etc.) may take over one year.
- Thomas Frank's youtube channel on "studying and habits and stuff".