This fall/winter I am teaching:
Decision Making Under Uncertainty: a graduate seminar running from January to April 2012. Will be of broad interest and suitable for students with a wide variety of backgrounds in CS and other disciplines.
Social and Economic Networks: Models and Applications:
a full-year undergraduate course running from September 2012 to April 2013.
This is a relatively new course I am co-teaching with
Allan Borodin on the use
of mathematical and computational methods to analyze the social
and economic networks. This is an interdisciplinary course that
should appeal to social science, computer science, and a variety
of other students.