Time:

Tuedays, 2:15 pm to 3:45 pm

First meeting:

First Tuesday of the Winter 2014/2015 term, i.e., October 21.

Room:

024 on the ground floor of the MPI building (E1.4)

Prerequisites:

Optimization core course

Content:

Integer Programming is a powerful tool to model and solve optimization problems.
You will learn how to model abstract and realworld problems as Integer Programs.

Credits:

The course is worth 5 credit points, wich will be awarded for passing a final oral exam.
There will be assignments due every other week, which consist of theoretical and practical exercises.
These exercises will be graded and discussed in a tutorial.
Admission to the final exam is subject to achieving 50% of the points over all assignments.

Textbook:

Integer Programming
by Laurence A. Wolsey.

Teaching assistant:

Max John

Tutorial:

Wednesday, 1012, rotunda 3rd floor, every 2 weeks (first meeting Nov, 06)

News for students:


If you want to participate in the course, please register to our
mailinglist and
to HISPOS.

Tutorial slot has changed. We are meeting on Wednesday, 1012 in the rotunda in the 3rd floor.

Date and place of the oral exam is fixed. Please find your personal slot in the mail I sent to you.

Handout:

The slides of all lectures are condensed in the
handout.

Scribe Notes:

You can also gain points by writing lecture notes of single lectures.
In order to do so, you have to use our template. You gain 40γ points for the notes of one lecture, hereby γ denotes the quality factor between 0 and 1. Please submit your notes by sending a zipped package that contains everything such that your tex code compiles and the pdf to Max not later than one week after the lecture that you took notes for.

Exam

The exam will take place on Thursday, February 19, in room 309a of the MPII.

Schedule:


