Seminars that Fulfill WAY-AQR

Applied Quantitative Reasoning (AQR)

We make many decisions in life on the basis of large amounts of data, which can be incomplete or otherwise imperfect, and fraught with uncertainties.  Cultivation of this way of thinking will give you a familiarity with actively analyzing complex phenomena, along with a stronger sense of how to predict and alter the behavior of complex systems -- even in the face of uncertainty.

You’ll need to take one course in Applied Quantitative Reasoning (AQR).

Course Titlesort descending Instructor Quarter Notes Fulfills:
3D Printed Aerospace Structures Debbie Senesky
  • Spring
WAY-AQR
Jules Bianchi tests the Force India VJM006 ahead of his rookie F1 season. Michael Elleray, Wikipedia. Aerodynamics of Race Cars Charbel Farhat
  • Spring
WAY-AQR
Chicago Skyline Engineering the Built Environment: An Introduction to Structural Engineering Sarah Billington
  • Autumn
WAY-AQR
Environmental Regulation and Policy Shari Libicki
  • Autumn
WAY-AQR
How to Design a Space Mission: From Concept to Execution Simone D'Amico
  • Autumn
WAY-AQR, WAY-SMA
Mount Saint Helen's eruption. Public Domain photo. Predicting Volcanic Eruptions Paul Segall
  • Spring
WAY-AQR, WAY-SMA
Electricity demand in a year by tai viinikka via Flickr Riding the Data Wave Chiara Sabatti
  • Autumn
WAY-AQR, WAY-FR
Technology in the Greenhouse Franklin M. ("Lynn") Orr, Jr.
  • Winter
WAY-AQR, WAY-SMA
Artist's impression of a GPS-IIRM satellite in orbit. Public domain, Wikipedia. The Global Positioning System: Where on Earth Are We, and What Time is It? Sherman Lo
  • Winter
WAY-AQR