I started teaching during my doctorate, when I developed the exercise of Prof. C. Schwieren’s Neuroeconomics class. Since taking up the position of assistant professor in Nuremberg, I have taught various classes. Most notably, on a regular basis, I lecture the course “Topics in Microeconomics” (Bachelor) on information asymmetries in markets, teach the advanced seminar “Experimental Economics” (Master and PhD) where students learn to run economic experiments and supervise a number of student theses. I also taught courses at the “Evidence Based Economics” graduate school and provide seminars on alternating topics such as taxation or nudging. I joined a number of seminars in order to obtain the advanced academic teaching certificate of Bavaria.