Speaker: Burt Simon, University of Colorado Denver
Location: 303 Mudd
The Applied Probability and Risk Seminar is the joint seminar between IEOR, the Statistics Department and the Center for Applied Probability (CAP).
Five optional concentrations include Finance and Economics, Derivatives, Computation and Programming, Asset Management, and Computational Finance/Trading Systems
This program emphasizes both management and engineering perspectives in solving problems, making decisions, and managing risks in complex systems.
Four optional concentrations include Financial & Managerial Applications, Logistics & Supply Chain Management, Optimization, and Applied Probability
IEOR collaborates with Academy of Certified Portfolio Managers to deliver the CERTIFIED PORTFOLIO MANAGER designation.
The department offers four undergraduate tracks: Industrial Enginnering, Operations Research, Engineering Management Systems, and Financial Engineering
Date: Tuesday, December 3, 2013
Time: 6:00 - 7:30PM
Location: 142 Uris Hall
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Vice Dean Soulaymane Kachani and Dr. Jenny Mak are representing Columbia Engineering to connect with prospective students and re-connect with alumni, universities and various companies. They are...
Date: Friday, November 1, 2013
Location: 301 Uris Hall, Columbia University, New York
Congratulations to Professor Bienstock, who will be the new Editor-in-Chief of Mathematical Programming Computation in January 2015.
"Don’t take your model so seriously. Rather, use your model, put it to the things you can see" - Dr. Emanuel Derman
Professor Soulaymane Kachani was inducted into the World Economic Forum's Young Global Leaders Class of 2013
Columbia engineers work to protect the US electric grid from catastrophic attack.
Welcome to the Department of Industrial Engineering and Operations Research at Columbia University. The IEOR Department is the home to four disciplines.
The Department hosts weekly Graduate Admissions Information Sessions during the academic year. For more information about our graduate programs, application requirements, and deadlines
The Industrial Engineering and Operations Research Department is home to 50 talented faculty, 11 staff members, and approximately 800 graduate and undergraduate students.
Doors open for IEOR graduates. They are problem solvers pioneering innovation. The rigorous standands of the programs are well known to U.S. and international businesses.