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Second Israeli-Dutch Workshop on
Queueing Theory
September 29 - October 1, 2010

Summary

June 3-4, 2009, the first Israeli-Dutch workshop on queueing theory was organized, in Haifa. Ten Dutch researchers participated. The workshop was considered to be a big success;there were excellent talks, and the ensuing discussions led to a considerable strengthening of the ties between the Israeli and Dutch queueing communities, two communities which both are relatively large, strong and active. As a result, several Dutch researchers have recently been invited to visit Israeli universities, and new collaborations have begun.
Motivation: The purpose of this second workshop is to further strengthen the ties between both communities, and facilitate further collaboration and joint projects. The workshop will also establish more ties between researchers from the OPAC group and Israeli OR specialists.

Organisers

Prof.dr.ir. I.J.B.F. (Ivo) Adan,
Technische Universiteit Eindhoven, Universiteit van Amsterdam

Prof.dr.ir. O. (Onno) Boxma,
Technische Universiteit Eindhoven & EURANDOM

Prof.dr.ir. G.J.J.A.N. (Geert-Jan) van Houtum,
Technische Universiteit Eindhoven

Sponsors

 

TU/e Research Cluster:
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Speakers & Participants
Programme & Abstracts
Registration
Organizers
Sponsors
Practical Information

Speakers
ISRAEL
I. Eliazar; M. Haviv; O. Kella; Y. Kerner; A. Mandelbaum;  Y. Nazarathy;
D. Perry; O. Perry; N. Shimkin; G. Weiss; U. Yechiali

THE NETHERLANDS
R. Boucherie; R. Dekker; G.J. van Houtum; F. Karsten; T. de Kok;
J. van Leeuwaarden; N. Litvak; A. L÷pker; M. Mandjes;
R. N˙˝ez Queija; I. Vliegen; J. van der Wal; A. van Wijk

OTHER
W. Stadje; S. Zacks

Registration (is closed)
Registration fee is 75 euros, to be paid by all participants (excluding speakers and TU/e personnel).

(For the registration form you will be redirected to the website of the Technical University of Eindhoven)

Please indicate on the registration form your attendance, participation in the lunches, dinner and social event.

Speakers can indicate for which nights they require a hotelroom in Eindhoven (Queen Hotel).

Participants have to make their own hotelbooking. However, they can get a reduced rate if they book our preferred hotel:
Hotel Sandton Eindhoven City Centre.
Please send an email to Patty Koorn for instructions on how to obtain this special price.

Practical Information

Conference Location
T
he workshop location is EURANDOM,  Den Dolech 2, 5612 AZ Eindhoven, Laplace Building, 1st floor, LG 1.105.

EURANDOM is located on the campus of Eindhoven University of Technology, in the 'Laplacegebouw' building' (LG on the map). The university is located at 10 minutes walking distance from Eindhoven railway station (take the exit north side and walk towards the tall building on the right with the sign TU/e).

For all information on how to come to Eindhoven, please check http://www.eurandom.tue.nl/contact.htm

 

Contact
For more information please contact
Mrs. Patty Koorn,
workshop officer EURANDOM,
e-mail: koorn'at'eurandom.tue.nl