Teaching Interest

Undergraduate and graduate-level classes such as operations research, operations management, supply chain management, probability and statistics, linear/integer programming, network optimization, transportation logistics, machine learning, analysis of inventory systems, engineering economic analysis, business analytics, and optimization for data analytics. I am also open to teaching new topics in my research areas, such as constraint programming and hybrid optimization.

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Teaching Experience

Primary Instructor

  • Washington University in St. Louis (Fall 2021), Course: Analytics and Modelling for Business Decisions - Three sections
  • University of Arkansas (Summer 2016), Course: Engineering Economic Analysis.

 

Volunteer teacher (Cornell University, Dr. Ivanek Lab) - Online

  • Cornell University (Summer 2020), Course: Introduction to Meta-Heuristic Approaches, Participants: Dr. Ivanek Lab’s members, Number of participants: 10, Participants’ background: Food Science, Veterinary Epidemiology
  • Cornell University (Spring 2020), Course: Introduction to Operations Research, Participants: Dr. Ivanek Lab’s members, Number of participants: 11, Participants’ background: Food Science, Veterinary Epidemiology

 

Mentor

  • H. Liang, M.Sc. student, Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering, University of Wisconsin-Madison (2017-2018)

 

Teaching Assistant

  • Graduate Teaching Assistant, University of Arkansas (Spring 2016), Course: Introduction to Operation Research
  • Graduate Teaching Assistant, University of Arkansas (Spring 2016), Course: Applied Probability & Statistics
  • Graduate Teaching Assistant, University of Arkansas (Fall 2015), Course: Introduction to Operation Research