Myron Hlynka's Queueing Theory Page




This Queueing Theory web site contains information on Queueing Theory collected by Dr. Myron Hlynka , of the University of Windsor, in Windsor, Ontario, Canada. It includes a list of books on queueing theory, a list of home pages and a list of e-mail addresses of queueing theorists.
If you would like to make corrections or add information, or suggest a new topic related to queueing, please e-mail Dr. Hlynka at
hlynka @uwindsor.ca
URL is http://web2.uwindsor.ca/math/hlynka/queue.html
Last update: February, 2019

Edward Hicks' "Noah's Ark" (a very early queue)
The submission deadline for LNCS papers has been extended to March 18, 2019.
CALL FOR PAPERS
14th International Conference on Queueing Theory and Network Applications (QTNA 2019)
Ghent, Belgium
27-29 August 2019
https://qtna2019.ugent.be
The CanQueue seventh annual student prize competition for students in Canada who have published work on queueing topics. Please encourage students to send their papers to Dr. Gennady Shaikhet (gennady@math.carleton.ca). The deadline for submission is January 31, 2019. You can find more information on the competition at http://www.cors.ca/SIG/Queueing/?q=content/current.

Topics

NEWS:

QUEUEING JOURNALS

  1. "Queueing Systems: Theory and Applications (QUES) (first issue 1986) is a well-established journal focusing on the theory of resource sharing in a wide sense, particularly within a network context. The journal is primarily interested in probabilistic and statistical problems in this setting."
    https://link.springer.com/journal/11134
  2. "Queueing Models and Service Mananagement (first issue 2018) is an international refereed journal devoted to the publication of original research papers specializing in queueing systems, queueing networks, reliability and maintenance, service system optimization, service management, and applications in queueing models or networks. The journal publishes theoretical papers using analytical methods or developments of significant methodologies. QMSM publishes works of originality, quality and significance, with particular emphasis given to practical results. Practical papers, illustrating the applications of queueing and service management problems, are of special interest. QMSM is sponsored by the Providence University,Taichung,Taiwan."
    https://qmsm.cs.pu.edu.tw/index.html

UPCOMING QUEUEING CONFERENCES

  1. December 3-4, 2018. YEQT12. 12th edition of the Young European Queueing Theorists. Toulouse, France
    Keynotes:Mor Harchol-Balter (CMU), Nahum Shimkin (Technion)
    Tutorials: Nicolas Gast (INRIA), Benny van Houdt (Univ. Antwerpen)
    No registration fee, but registration is compulsory for organizational purposes
    Note (October 22,2018): There are a few slots available for young researchers (PhDs, postdocs) to give a talk. If interested in giving a talk, please send an email to yeqt12@sciencesconf.org
    https://yeqt12.sciencesconf.org/
  2. January 7-8, 2019.
    Workshop: Service engineering: from data to theory and practice, honoring Professor Avi Mandelbaum on his retirement.
    The list of confirmed speakers (in alphabetic order): Mor Armony, Onno Boxma, Hong Chen, Jim Dai, Avi Gal, Junfei Huang, Haya Kaspi, Ger Koole, Avi Mandelbaum, Isaco Meilijson, Petar Momcilovic, Kavita Ramanan, Yaakov Ritov, Haipeng Shen, Sasha Stolyar, Johan van Leeuwaarden, Uri Yechiali, Sergei Zeltyn, Hanqin Zhang.
    SEEworkshop.net.technion.ac.il
  3. February 13-15, 2019. MAM10. Matrix-Analytic Methods for Stochastic Models conference
    University of Tasmania in Australia.
    Keynote Speakers: Sřren Asmussen, Jevgenijs Ivanovs, Giang Nguyen, Zbigniew Palmowski, and Phil Pollett.
    Sponsors: Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute (AMSI), ARC Centre of Excellence for Mathematical and Statistical Frontiers (ACEMS), Australian Laureate Fellow Professor Peter Taylor, Professor Andrew Bassom.
    http://www.maths.utas.edu.au/People/oreilly/mam/mam10.html
  4. August 23-24, 2019. CanQueue 2019 will be held in Toronto.

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Acknowledgements

Dr. Hlynka recognizes funding from the University of Windsor which assists in his queueing theory research.