- IND ENG 150, Production Systems Analysis. This is an undergraduate course covering applications of operations research to production systems. Topics include forecasting, inventory models, and supply chain management. Lectures: Tuesdays, Thursdays, 9:30-11:00 am, 3107 Etcheverry.
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Courses taught at Columbia University:
- IEOR 3600, Introduction to Probability and Statistics. This is an introductory course in probability and statistics designed to develop a good understanding of uncertain phenomena and the mathematical tools used to model, analyze, and validate hypothesis.
- IEOR 3658, Probability. This is an introductory course on probability at the undergraduate level.
- IEOR 3106 Intro to OR: Stochastic Models. This is an undergraduate level course on stochastic models. Topics include: the Poisson process, renewal theory, discrete and continuous time Markov chains.
- IEOR 4404, Simulation. This course covers the basics of discrete event simulation, and is intended for master's students and senior undergraduates with a good background in probability. A course on stochastic processes is recommended, but not a requirement.
- IEOR 6711, Stochastic Models I. Advanced treatment of stochastic modeling in the context of queueing, reliability, manufacturing, insurance risk, financial engineering and other engineering applications. Review of elements of probability theory; exponential distribution; renewal theory; Wald's equation; Poisson processes. Introduction to both discrete and continuous-time Markov chains.
- IEOR 8100, Random Graphs. This is an introductory PhD level course on random graph theory. The topics include the classical Erdos-Renyi, preferential attachment and configuration models, as well as some recent results and generalizations. We will discuss applications to social networks and the WWW, among others.
- IEOR 8100, Branching Processes and Applications. This is an introductory PhD-level course to the theory and applications of branching processes. The course is designed to build up from basic probability and stochastic processes, and is therefore suitable for first year PhD students or advanced master students interested in the topic.
- IEOR 8100, Large Deviations: Applications in OR. This is a PhD level course on large deviations with applications to queueing theory.