Since 2016, I am a TA for two graduate-level courses on European Economic History (1800-1914; 1914-today) at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin. In 2019, I gave both the lecture and the TA sessions.

I regularly hold a seminar in economic geography titled Geography and Growth, both with Thilo Albers and Nikolaus Wolf. As part of the seminar, I introduce students to the open source GIS software QGIS. Based on this seminar, I was short-listed for the university-wide Humboldt teaching price in 2018, and listed first in the economics department.

In 2021/22, I gave a B.Sc./M.Sc. level seminar on Epidemics in Economic History, introducing students to recent research on the economic impact of diseases, epidemics and long-run health development.

In 2018, I also taught Empirical Economics, a Stata-based undergraduate-level introduction to causal inference and empirical methods.

Outside university, I am a co-organizer and lecturer at the annual AGORA Summer School in Philosophy, Politics and Economics since 2016 (in German).