Andrew M. Ross
Basic Career Trajectory:
- Fall, 2006-present: assistant professor,
at Eastern Michigan University.
- January, 2002-Summer, 2006: assistant professor,
Industrial and Systems Engineering department
- Aug. 2001-Dec. 2001: Post-Doctoral position with
Prof. Shmuel Oren
Electric Power markets.
- August, 2001: PhD in
Industrial Engineering and Operations Research
- May, 1997: MS in IEOR at Berkeley
- Summers, 1997-2000: Operations Analyst for a major Internet provider.
- May, 1996: BS in Math at
Harvey Mudd College,
concentrating on probability, statistics, and operations research.
I really enjoyed my time at Mudd, and highly recommend it to you if
you are looking for a college in California. (I like Berkeley
a lot too, but just for grad school).
UC Berkeley Coursework
Not all classes are listed. Professors are listed in parentheses.
- IEOR 263a/b, Applied Stochastic Processes (Ross)
- IEOR 267, Queueing Theory (Shanthikumar)
- IEOR 268, Dynamic Programming topics (Shanthikumar)
- IEOR 290c, Statistical Aspects of Discrete Event Simulation (Schruben)
- IEOR 262a, Linear Programming (Adler)
- IEOR 262b, Nonlinear Programming (Oren)
- IEOR 262b, Nonlinear Programming topics (Adler)
- IEOR 266, Network Flows & Graphs (Hochbaum)
- IEOR 268, Dynamic Programming (Dreyfus)
- IEOR 251, Facility Design & Logistics (Kaminsky)
- IEOR 290L, Logistics Modeling (Kaminsky)
- CivEng 258, Logistics (Daganzo)
- CivEng 264, Network Flows (Newell)
- CivEng 262, Analysis of Transportation Data (Hansen)
- Stat 215a, Statistical Models: Theory and Application (Brillinger)
- Stat 248, Time Series Analysis (Brillinger)
- IEOR 215, Analysis and Design of Databases (Goldberg) [audited]
- INFORMS 2004, Denver
- INFORMS 2003, Atlanta
- Wharton Call Center Forum, 2003
- HICSS 2003, Hawaii
- INFORMS 2002, San Jose
- Wharton Call Center Forum, 2002
- Telecom 2002, Boca Raton
- INFORMS 2000, San Antonio
- INFORMS 1998, Dallas
- various MAA conferences, large and small