Master modules at the IOR

Module: Operations Research in Supply Chain Management (new module structure as of summer term 2020)

  • Operations Research in Supply Chain Management
  • Graph Theory and Advanced Location Models
  • Software Laboratory: OR Models II
  • Discrete-event Simulation in Production and Logistics
  • Mixed Integer Programming I
  • Mixed Integer Programming II
  • Multicriteria Optimization (starting in the winter term 2022/2023)
  • Advanced Stochastic Optimization
  • Large Scale Optimization
  • Topics in Stochastic Optimization (starting in winter term 2022/2023)
  • Applied material flow simulation (starting in winter term 2022/2023)

 

If this module is chosen as a compulsory module in one of the master programs Industrial Engineering and Management, Economics Engineering, and Information Engineering and Management then at least one of the lectures Operations Research in Supply Chain Management, Graph Theory and Advanced Location Models, and Software Laboratory: OR Models II is compulsory.

This requirement does not apply if the module is chosen as an elective module in one of these master programs.

The module structure for modules which have been started until and including winter term 19/20 is found in the module handbook of the respective term. Relevant for the start of a module is the term in which the first examination of the module has been taken.

 

Module: Service Operations

  • Operations Research in Supply Chain Management
  • Operations Research in Health Care Management
  • Discrete-event Simulation in Production and Logistics
  • Practical Course: Health Care Management (with case studies)
  • Demand-driven Supply Chain Planning
  • Challenges in Supply Chain Management
  • Applied material flow simulation (starting in winter term 2022/2023)

 

At least one of the lectures Operations Research in Supply Chain ManagementOperations Research in Health Care Management, Practical Course: Health Care Management, and Discrete-event Simulation in Production and Logistics is compulsory.

This requirement does not apply if the module is chosen as an elective module in one of the master programs Industrial Engineering and Management, Economics Engineering, and Information Engineering and Management.

 

Module: Mathematical Optimization

  • Mixed Integer Programming I
  • Mixed Integer Programming II
  • Multicriteria Optimization (starting in the winter term 2022/2023)
  • Convex Analysis
  • Nonlinear Optimization I
  • Nonlinear Optimization  II
  • Global Optimization I
  • Global Optimization II
  • Parametric Optimization
  • Operations Research in Supply Chain Management
  • Graph Theory and Advanced Location Models
  • Advanced Stochastic Optimization
  • Large Scale Optimization
  • Multivariate Methods
  • Topics in Stochastic Optimization (starting in winter term 2022/2023

 

If this module is chosen as a compulsory module in one of the master programs Industrial Engineering and Management, Economics Engineering, and Information Engineering and Management then at least one of the  lectures Mixed Integer Programming I, Parametric Optimization, Convex Analysis, Nonlinear Optimization I, and Global Optimization I is compulsory.

This requirement does not apply if the module is chosen as an elective module in one of these master programs.

 

Module: Stochastic Optimization

  • Advanced Stochastic Optimization
  • Large Scale Optimization
  • Simulation of Stochastic Systems
  • Topics in Stochastic Optimization (starting in winter term 2022/2023
  • Optimization Methods under Uncertainty
  • Introduction to Stochastic Optimization
  • Operations Research in Supply Chain Management
  • Graph Theory and Advanced Location Models
  • Mixed Inter Programming I
  • Mixed Integer Programming II
  • Multicriteria Optimization (starting in the winter term 2022/2023)
  • Multivariate Methods

 

At least one of the lectures Advanced Stochastic Optimization, Large Scale Optimization and Introduction to Stochastic Optimization is compulsory.

This requirement does not apply if the module is chosen as an elective module in one of the master programs Industrial Engineering and Management, Economics Engineering, and Information Engineering and Management.

Lectures and courses that have been attended in the bachelor programme cannot be attended in the master programme.