In the winter semester of 2009 I am teaching classes on
advanced quantum mechanics and classes on
classical mechanics.
Courses taught
Leipzig University, Germany
(courses in German)
 Thermodynamics and Statistical Physics  classes (undergraduate),
SS2009
 Classical electrodynamics  classes (undergraduate), SS2008
 Classical mechanics  classes (undergraduate), WS2007, WS2009
 Quantum mechanics I (elementary) classes (graduate), WS2005,
WS2006,
WS2008
 Quantum mechanics II (advanced) classes (graduate), SS2006,
SS2007,
WS2009
WSIZ, BielskoBiala, Poland
(courses in Polish)
 Quantum mechanics  lecture (undergraduate), SS2004, WS2004, SS2005
 Numerical methods in physics  lecture (undergraduate),
SS2004, WS2004, SS2005
Jagiellonian University, Krakow, Poland
(course in Polish)
 General relativity  classes (graduate), SS2000
Additional material
General Relativity Theory
The most recent course on GRT in Leipzig was held by Prof.
R. Verch in
WS2008.
The following are my recommended sources for GRT:

Albert Einstein's original paper on General Relativity Theory

Introduction to General Relativity by S. Carrol (formerly MIT)
Introductory lecture notes.

Advanced General Relativity by E. Poisson (U Guelph)
Lecture notes, including many examples and problems, for ambitious students.
Quantum Mechanics
The most recent courses on basic and advanced quantum mechanics I supervised were held in
WS2008 and WS2009. The following are additional resources from the course
I supervised in SS2007.
Collected problem sets
Collected solutions to the problems
Supplementary material for some problems:
Landau problem: vortices and currents (Problems 18,19)
Higherorders of timedependent perturbation theory (Problem 25)
Groundstate energy of negative hydrogen ions (Problem 29)
Scattering problems (Problems 3032)
Argument for finite extension of whitedwarf stars (supplement to Problem 11)
Recommended Resources
The following references are online resources which I consider to be of good quality.
Lecture notes of K. Fredenhagen (U. Hamburg)
Great lecture notes (in German) of my PhD advisor. Particularly recommended: QM II, and QFT in curved spacetimes. Also strongly recommended are the diploma and PhDtheses supervised by K. Fredenhagen!
Lecture notes on Mathematical Methods by M. Stone (UIUC)
The notes on Mathematical Physics on M. Stone's webpage are organized into two books available on this site in PDF format. They are the best introductory textbooks on mathematical physics I have seen.
Advanced General Relativity by E. Poisson (Guelph)
Excellent lecture notes, including many examples and problems, covering advanced topics of the GR (eg. junction conditions).
Introduction to Fluid Dynamics by M. E. McIntyre (DAMTP, Cambridge)
An inspiring introductory course on Fluid Dynamics by M. E. McIntyre (Atmospheric Dynamics Group).
A nice archive of old works, collected by K. McDonald (Princeton)
Video Material
(This section will soon be expanded)
Experiments with superfluid Helium (YouTube)
TaylorProudman column (MIT)