- IOE 512: Introduction to Dynamic Programming – This introductory graduate-level course covers a wide range of topics including the fundamentals of dynamic programming and Markov decision processes with a mixture of theoretical analysis, algorithmic approaches, and applications. Special topics include partially observable Markov decision processes, reinforcement learning, and approximate dynamic programming.
- IOE543: Introduction to Scheduling – This introductory graduate-level course covers fundamental topics in deterministic and stochastic scheduling with an emphasis on classification of problems, complexity, and analysis of exact and approximation methods applicable to many applications including manufacturing, healthcare, pattern recognition, project scheduling, and many others.
- ISE789: Introduction to Stochastic Programming – This graduate course covers fundamental topics about the theory, methods, and applications of stochastic programs.
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