Marius Fahrner

Marius Fahrner earned a bachelor's degree in mathematics in conjunction with a minor in philosophy at the Johannes-Gutenberg-University in Mainz. His thesis in mathematics concerned itself with abstract algebra, while his papers in philosophy dealt with different philosophical concepts of time. Following a year as an Erasmus-student in Lyon, Fahrner earned a master's degree in mathematics with a minor in philosophy at the Humboldt-University in Berlin. In his master's thesis, Fahrner connected concepts of abstract algebra with aspects of quantum physics, while his philosophical papers explored the philosophy of law and anthropology.
After completing his master's thesis, Fahrner took a post as a lecturer at the Touro College in Berlin. He has taught both undergraduate and graduate courses in statistics, finite maths, quantitative analysis and computer concepts.