Michael Choi

Teaching

“The purpose of life is to discover your gift; the work of life is to develop it; and the meaning of life is to give your gift away.” David Viscott

Instructor:

Fall 2020 - STA2002 Probability and Statistics II

      - Teaching evaluation: Clear Presentation 5.98/6.0, Enthusiastic 5.96/6.0, Responses = 155

Fall 2019 - DDA6030 Advanced Statistics Theory

       - Teaching evaluation: Clear Presentation 5.43/6.0, Enthusiastic 5.79/6.0, Responses = 16

Fall 2019 - STA2002/DDA2002 Probability and Statistics II

       - Teaching evaluation: Clear Presentation 5.84/6.0, Enthusiastic 5.92/6.0, Responses = 135

Summer 2019 - Minicourse on Markov chain mixing time

Spring 2019 - STA2001/DDA2001 Probability and Statistics I

        - Teaching evaluation: Clear Presentation 5.88/6.0, Enthusiastic 5.90/6.0, Responses = 89

Teaching Assistant:

Ph.D. level -

Fall 2016 - ORIE6500 Applied Stochastic Processes, taught by Prof. Sidney Resnick

Fall 2015 - ORIE6700 Statistical Principles, taught by Prof. Yudong Chen

Fall 2014 - ORIE6500 Applied Stochastic Processes, taught by Prof. Shane Henderson

Undergraduate/Master level -

Spring 2017 - ORIE5650 Quantitative Methods of Financial Risk Management, taught by Anna Srapionyan

Summer 2015 - ORIE3500/5500 Engineering Probability and Statistics II, taught by Prof. Peter Jackson

Spring 2015 - ORIE5650 Quantitative Methods of Financial Risk Management, taught by Prof. Ronnie Loeffen

Spring 2014 - ORIE3510/5510 Introduction to Engineering Stochastic Processes I, taught by Prof. Jim Dai

Fall 2013 -  ENGRD2700 Basic Engineering Probability and Statistics, taught by Prof. Shane Henderson