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Young European Queueing Theorists - Workshop series



One of the main goals of Eurandom is to give talented young researchers the possibility to further develop and find their way to tenured positions in academia and industry.

Workshops and seminars can help in collaborating with other researchers and help to find the way forward. Very important for young researchers are the so called Young European Queueing Theorists(YEQT) workshops, with which we now have over multiple years of experience. They bring together young people in a very effective and productive way.

The special feature of this type of workshop is an intensive contribution by young scientists themselves. They are themselves leading in choosing themes and speakers, and have many opportunities to share recent experiences and scientific problems.
The ideal programme roughly consists of three day of lecutures by keynote speakers, tutorial speakera and invited junior speakers. Lunchbreaks give plenty of time to interact with others. a conference dinner also provides the opportunity to get to know fellow-researchers better.




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Last modified: 13-06-16


IX - November 11-12-13, 2015
Scaling limits in queueing networks

VIII - November 3-4-5, 2014
Stochastic Service Systems

VII - November 4-5-6, 2013
Scheduling and priorities in queueing systems

VI - November 1-2-3, 2012
Analytic Methods in Queueing Systems

V - October 24-25-26, 2011
Stochastic Networks and Optimization

IV - November 25-26-27, 2010
Optimal Control in Stochastic Systems

III - November 19-20-21, 2009
Scheduling and Resource Sharing in Queueing Networks

II - December 1-2-3, 2008
Stochastic analysis of modern communication networks

I - October 17-18-19, 2007
Queueing theory without limits: transient and asymptotic analysis


  • Urtzi Ayesta (Basque Center for Applied Mathematics, Bilbao and LAAS-CNRS, Toulouse) 2009

  • Sandjai Bhulai (VU University of Amsterdam) 2010

  • Marko Boon (Eindhoven University of Technology & Eurandom) 2011

  • Onno Boxma (TU Eindhoven) 2013

  • Dieter Claeys (Ghent University) 2013

  • Ton Dieker (University College Cork, Ireland) 2007

  • Alaa Elwany (Eindhoven University of Technology) 2010

  • Matthieu Jonckheere (Eindhoven University of Technology) 2008

  • Stella Kapodistria (Eindhoven University of Technology) 2012

  • Johan van Leeuwaarden (Eindhoven University of Technology & Eurandom) 2007

  • Marc Lelarge (Ecole Normale Superieure - Paris) 2008

  • Jayakrishnan Nair (CWI) 2013

  • Yoni Nazarathy (Eurandom) 2009

  • Zbigniew Palmowski (University of Wroclaw, Poland) 2007

  • Jacques Resing (Eindhoven University of Technology) 2012

  • Seva Shneer (Eindhoven University of Technology & Eurandom) 2008

  • Florian Simatos (CWI/Eurandom) 2011

  • Maaike Verloop IRIT-ENSEEIHT (CNRS) 2013

  • Neil Walton (University of Amsterdam) 2011

  • Adam Wierman (California Institute of Technology) 2009

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