IEOR 66: A Bivariate Introduction to IE and OR(3 units, Freshman Level: Open Only to 1st Year Undergraduates)
The course discusses applications to manufacturing, transportation, healthcare, construction, farming, and scheduling, exploring how they can be made more efficient and effective using Constrained Optimization, Linear Programming, Graphs and Networks, Machine Learning, Classification, Scheduling, Queues and Chains, Collaborative Filtering, and Game Theory.
(Professor of IEOR and EECS and iSchool)
Prerequisites: None. This course is open to 1st year undergraduate students from any UC Berkeley department.
Course Objectives: This course provides an introduction to the field of Industrial Engineering and Operations Research.
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I respect and will accommodate religious beliefs, disabilities, and other special circumstances. Please contact me in person with advance notice so that we can plan accordingly. I welcome constructive criticism. Please email me with feedback on the course, teaching and format at any time during the term.
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Info about: UC Berkeley IEOR Department
Contact:Prof. Ken Goldberg: goldberg at berkeley.edu