Programming, network optimization, interdiction, logistics optimization
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IE 504 Facilities Design
Fall 2014, Graduate course
Facilities Design teaches the analytical tools necessary to effectively tackle problems related to a typical manufacturing and/or warehouse facility. These include plant layout, warehouse design, facility location, routing of material handling shipments, and automated guided vehicle systems. The primary focus of the course is on quantitative methods.
IE 670 Selected Topics in Logistics Optimization
Spring 2015, Graduate course
This course seeks to familiarize students with problems that arise from the design, operation, and optimization of logistics systems. We will give special attention to operational research and mathematical modeling techniques that are commonly used for solving these problems. By the end of the course, it is expected that students will develop an in-depth understanding of the solution techniques covered in class to the point of being able to apply and extend those techniques for solving similar problems in a research-level context.
ESI 4327C Matrix and Numerical Methods in Systems Engineering
Summer and Fall 2012, Undergraduate course
IIND-2103: Principios de Optimización (Optimization Principles)
Fall and Spring 2007-2010, Undergraduate Course