Doctoral Course FMI2223

Complexity and Operations Research Methods for PhD-students

7.5  Credits
Third Cycle

Starts week 3, 2024

Upon completion of the course, the PhD-student shall be able to:

• frame a practical problem in to the general class of OR problems and within a decision framework,
• represent a practical problem as a linear programming problem,
• represent a practical problem as an integer programming problem,
• implement algorithms to solve linear and integer programming problems,
• classify problems into complexity classes according to the computational resources required to solve them exactly,
• identify and implement approximate (heuristic and stochastic) solution methods for attacking computationally intractable problems.

Starts and ends:
week 3, 2024 - week 12, 2024
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Entry Qualifications :
  • Degree of Master 60 credits in Microdata Analysis
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If you are interested in courses we offer at the doctoral level, please contact Märet Brunnstedt, Coordinator, Doctoral Studies.

Course Coordinator
Mengjie Han