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Karl Seebach

Karl Seebach (June 28, 1912 in Munich – July 18, 2007 in Munich) was a German mathematician.

Seebach earned his doctorate at the University of Munich under Heinrich Tietze and Arnold Sommerfeld, in 1938.[1] From 1977 to 1981, he held the Chair for Didactics of Mathematics at the University of Munich.[2] As early as December 1995, he held ordinarius professor emeritus status at the University,[3] and was still listed as such as late as June 2007.[4]

Seebach was the author of many mathematics textbooks for the Gymnasium.[5]


  • Josef Breuer, Paul Knabe, Josef Lauter, Karl Seebach, and Klaus Wigand Handbuch der Schulmatematik: Band 2 Algebra (Hermann Schroedel)
  • Johannes Blume, Gerhard Frey, Heinrich Gall, Paul Knabe, Paul Mönnig, Karl Seebach, and Klaus Wigand Handbuch der Schulmathematik: Band 5 Einzelfragen der Mathematik (Hermann Schroedel)
  • Ludwig Schecher and Karl Seebach Einführung in die Mathematik. Bd. 1 (Schmidt, 1950)
  • Karl Seebach and Reinhold Federle Vorschläge zum Aufbau der Analytischen Geometrie in vektorieller Behandlung (Ehrenwirth, 1965)
  • Friedrich Barth, Karl Seebach, and Ernst Winkler Vorschläge zur Behandlung der geometrischen Abbildungen in der Ebene (Ehrenwirth, 1968)
  • Karl Seebach and Edmund Kösel Arbeitsblätter zum Lehrerkolleg. Hauptschule. Schuljahr 9. H. 3. Mathematik, Physik, Chemie (TR-Verlagsunion, 1969)


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