Teaching

MS3106 Simulation

Undergraduate course, City University of Hong Kong, College of Business, 2020

This is an undergraduate course for students in College of Business. It will provide students with methods and procedures involved in the planning, design, implementation, and interpretation of computer simulation experiments; develop students’ abilities in constructing simulation experiments of moderate size; and enable students to use simulation experiments to analyse business problems.

MS5318 Predictive Analytics

Postgraduate course, City University of Hong Kong, College of Business, 2020

This is a required course for taught master program MSc. in Quantitative Analysis for Business. The goal of this course is to enable students to make business decisions with the support of data. The focus is how to perform predictive analysis using Excel, R, and Python.

MS5314 Service Quality Management

Postgraduate course, City University of Hong Kong, College of Business, 2018

This is an elective course for the taught master program MSc. in Quantitative Analysis for Business. This course aims to teach students the theory and applications of quality control, especially in the service industry. Basic statistical knowledge is required to take this course.

GE2213 Understanding Uncertainty & Statistical Reasoning

Undergraduate course, City University of Hong Kong, College of Business, 2016

This undergraduate course is part of CityU’s initiative Gateway Education. This course aims to equip students with a good understanding of the concept of uncertainty to help them become informed decision-makers and critical consumers of statistical information in their future professional lives.

STOR113 Decision Models for Economics

Undergraduate course, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2012

This is an undergraduate course offered by the Department of Statistics and Operations Research for freshman major in business administration in the UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School.