# ETH Undergraduate Summaries

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Course summaries I have written as an undergraduate student at ETH Zurich. They were reasonably popular with other students in the following years. Most summaries are in German and they might contain erros. I do not plan to update them.

You can find the sources of all the summaries on github.
Please note, that the sources of all these documents have a really bad style.
You can see things like writing every time `\mathbf{Theorem}`

to indicate a theorem, instead of just using the environment provided by LaTeX.
So the sources are full of errors and thus by no means recommended to learn
LaTeX and should probably only be used to copy some smaller formulas or text.

## First Year (2002/2003)

- Algebra I, taught by Prof. Martin Gutknecht.
- Algebra II, taught by Prof. Ueli Maurer.
- Analysis I/II, taught by Prof. Albert Knus.
- Informatics I, taught by Prof. Jürg Gutknecht.
- Logic, taught by Prof. Robert Stärk.
- Physics I/II, taught by Prof. André Rubbia.
- Probability and Statistics, taught by Prof. Thorsten Rheinländer and Prof. Philipp Schönbucher.

## Second Year (2003/2004)

- Informatics III, taught by Prof. David Basin and Prof. Robert Stärk.
- Numerical and Symbolic Computation, taught by Prof. Petros Koumoutsakos.
- Electrical Engineering, taught by Prof. Ch. Hafner and Prof. R. Vahldieck.
- Computer Networks, taught by Prof. Roger Wattenhofer.
- Information & Communication, taught by Prof. Ueli Maurer.
- Systems Programming, taught by Prof. Gustavo Alonso and Prof. Thomas Gross.
- Informatics IV, taught by Prof. Bertrand Meyer.
- Computational Science, taught by Prof. Walter Gander.
- Theory of Computation, taught by Prof. Jürg Nievergelt and Prof. David Basin.
- Information Systems, taught by Prof. Moira Norrie.
- Circuit Design, taught by Prof. Armin Biere.

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