Information related to the teaching activities of
Professor Henry Wolkowicz
Also:
student computer account detailed information;
Undergrad computer accounts including home directories and resources,
location of terminal rooms.
Back
to the home page of Henry Wolkowicz
on orion.math.uwaterloo.ca.
or
Software
and Semidefinite Programming web page
("Time is the best teacher; unfortunately it kills all it's
students!")
("Teaching is the greatest optimism.")
Available  information on:

graduate studies.

Schedule of Classes for Undergraduate Students
Schedule of Classes for Graduate Students

Undergrad students Important dates;
Math/ELAS dates

Guidelines for Instructores (UofW) and old webpage is
Guidelines for Instructores (UofW)

International Journal for College/University Teaching & Learning;

better teaching
( and local copy)

Computing Information for Math Faculty Members, MFCF

room capacities/furniture

For Fall 2017

Previous Years

C & O 463/663 Convex Analysis (W17);
C & O 353 Computational Discrete Optimization (W17)

C & O 602/CM 740, Fundamentals of Optimization (F16)

CO769, Cone Optimization, Facial Reduction, and its Applications (w16);
Math235, Linear Algebra II (w16);

CO463/663, Convex Analysis (f15);

CO367 Nonlinear Optimization (w15);
Math235, Linear Algebra II (w15);

CO602/CM740 Fundamentals of Optimization (w14);

CO769, Topics in Semidefinite Programming and Applications (w13);

CO367/CM442 (w13);

CO463/663, Connvex Analysis (f12);

CO466/666, Continuous Optimization (w12);
Math235, Linear Algebra II (w12);

CO602 Fundamentals of Optimization (w11);

CO 370/CM 443: Deterministic Operations Research Models (w11);
CO367/CM442 (w11);

Math 115, Linear Algebra for (Mechanical) Engineers, F10

SDP: Model/Relaxs,
Algors/Implems/Applics,
CO 769, W10;
CO367/CM442, W10;

C& O 463/663, Convex Analysis (F09)

Continuous Optimization C&O466/666 (W09) and
CO367/CM442 Winter 2009,
Nonlinear Programming (W09)

CO 370/CM 443: Deterministic Operations Research Models (f08),
or CO 370/CM 443

CO367 Winter 2008,
Nonlinear Programming (W08)

Linear Algebra 2, MATH 235 (W08).

CO463/663 Fall 2007,
Convex Optimization and Analysis (F07)

Continuous Optimization C&O466/666 (W06)

C&O 367, CM 442 Nonlinear Programming (W06)

Linear Algebra I, MATH 136 (F05)

Linear Programming CO 350 (F05)

Continuous Optimization CO466/666 (W05)

C&O 367, Nonlinear Programming (W05)

Linear Algebra 2, MATH 235 (F04).

Continuous Optimization CO466/666 (W04),
and
Calculus, MATH 118 (W04)

Linear Algebra 2, MATH 235 (F03).

Continuous Optimization CO466/666 (W03) and
C&O 367, Nonlinear Programming (W03)

Numerical Methods for Optimization, Cortona, Italy Aug/02, and
C&O 663, Convex Optimization and Analysis(F02), and
Lin. Alg. 2, MATH 235 (F02).

Information on
Numerical Solution of Optimization Problems,
This course was part of the
Thematic Programs on Numerical and Computational Challenges in Science and Engineering
and was given at the
The Fields Institute, Toronto.
Winter, 2002.

Information on
MATH 235, for fall, 2001.

Information on
CO367,
CO466/666
for winter, 2001.

Course on SDP and QAP, April, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Information on
MATH 235,
for fall, 2000.

Information on
CO367,
CO370
for
winter, 1999.
(
Nonlinear Program Formulation Exchange Exercise , at Univ. Colorado,
Denver.

Information on
CO750D,
CO370
for
fall, 1998.

Information on
CO466/666,
CO370
for
winter, 1998.

Information on
CO370
for
fall, 1997.

Information on
CO466/666,
CO370
for
winter, 1997.

Information on CO370 for
fall, 1996.

Information on CO370, CO350 for
winter, 1996;

Information on CO370, CO350, and reading course CO769H (nonlinear
programming) for
fall, 1995;

Information on CO466/666, CO350 for
winter, 1995;

Information on CO370, CO350, and reading course CO769g (semidefinite
programming) for
fall, 1994;

Information from courses of previous semesters (years)
is available below. Other
courses in C & O can also be accessed.
Interesting Sites for Teachers/(Ex) Students (Oct 1/96)

SIAM Report on Mathematics in Industry, with advice for graduate
students planning nonacademic careers.

Project Galileo, gateway to innovative science
teaching methods; and
MERLOT, Multimedia Educational Resource; and
LT3 at UofW, University of Waterloo Centre for Learning & Teaching
through Technology.

The Canadian Mathematical Electronic Services [CaMEl]
(with employment opportunities).

Jobs in Operations Research and
MAXIMS ABOUT NUMERICAL MATHEMATICS, SCIENCE,
COMPUTERS, AND LIFE ON EARTH
(
local copy of maxims)

WWW Undergraduate Page at SIAM
provides a forum for undergraduate mathematics.

Computational Science Programs, at HPCC, i.e. high performance
computing software and programs.

Operations Research home page with LOTS of useful information, e.g.
jobs, FAQs, addresses, ...;

UW COURSES WITH WEB HOME PAGES, from TRACE at Univ of Waterloo

Information on e.g. comprehensives in math progr, at Univ. of Wisconsin;
e.g. old comprehensive exams.

Interesting
WWW sites for teaching
and more WWW sites for teaching, and
the World Lecture Hall
can be accessed.

Canadian Association of University Teachers,
and
information on course evaluations
and sites to detect plagiarism:
wordcheck,
resources at Dal. U.,
resources at Plagiarism.org,

The Magic List of Alternatives
Material related to the following courses is available:
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