Kayse Lee Maass
IE 4520: STOCHASTIC MODELING
Fall 2018 - Present (4x)
Dept. of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering
Enrollment: 35-50 (undergraduate/graduate students)
Evaluation: 4.9/5 [View F2019 course eval summary ]
Course Description: Covers the analytical development and solution to stochastic models in operations research. Topics include Markov chains, queuing theory, and dynamic programming.
IOE 202: OPERATIONS MODELING
Dept. of Industrial & Operations Engineering
University of Michigan
Ann Arbor, MI
Enrollment: 141 undergraduate students
Course Description: Process of mathematically modeling operational decisions including the role of uncertainty in decision-making; Basic tools for solving the resulting models, particularly mathematical programs, statistical models and queueing models; Cases may come from manufacturing and service operations and ergonomics.
"Prof. Maas is among the best professors I have had at Northeastern. She really cares about making the course as relevant as possible
to everyone in the class and wants everyone's success."
"...is very thoughtful with every assignment and in-class exercise. Nothing in this course is done
"My best professor at Northeastern so far! I CANNOT STRESS THIS ENOUGH!! She was passionate about the subject, TRULY cared about the students and made sure we were learning. She was always willing to help; she is the professor that doesn't just hand you the answers but guides your thinking. She acknowledges your effort too."
"The course is challenging,
but her willingness to help students and explain things clearly made it the most beneficial course I have taken at Northeastern."
IOE 419: SERVICE OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT
Dept. of Industrial and Operations Engineering
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
IOE 541: INVENTORY ANALYSIS CONTROL