PhD

SOR: PhD graduates On this page our PhD graduates are presented. To download their thesis, follow the link to the (former) PhD Student.

Dr. M.E. Zonderland (Maartje), January 27, 2012: Curing the queue; supervisors: professor R.J. Boucherie, dr. F. Boer and dr. N. Litvak.

Dr. P.T. Vanberkel (Peter), May 27, 2011: Interacting hospital departments and uncertain patient flows: theoretical models and applications; supervisors: professor R.J. Boucherie, dr. E.W. Hans and professor J.L. Hurink.

Dr. D.I. Miretskiy (Denis), November 12, 2009: Queueing networks: rare events and fast simulations; supervisors: dr.ir. W.R.W. Scheinhardt, professor R.J. Boucherie and professor M.R.H. Mandjes (University of Amsterdam).

Dr. R. de Haan (Roland), June 4, 2009: Processor-Sharing Queues and Resource Sharing in Wireless LANs; supervisors: professor R.J. Boucherie and dr. J.C.W. van Ommeren.

Dr. Y.V. Volkovich (Yana), April 24, 2009: Stochastic analysis of web page ranking; supervisors: dr. N. Litvak and professor R.J. Boucherie.

Dr. S.K. Cheung (Sing Kong), June 1, 2007: Processor-Sharing Queues and Resource Sharing in Wireless LANs; supervisors: professor R.J. Boucherie and professor J.L. van den Berg.

Dr. N.D. van Foreest (Nicky), December 17, 2004: Flow control mechanisms in packet networks; supervisors: dr.ir. W.R.W. Scheinhardt and professor M.R.H. Mandjes.

Dr. R. Litjens (Remco), September 12, 2003: Stochastic performance analysis of capacity allocation policies in 2.5/3G mobile networks; supervisor: professor R.J. Boucherie.

Dr.ir. E.W. Hans (Erwin), September 12, 2001: Resource loading by branch-and-price techniques; supervisors: dr.ir. A.J.R.M. Gademann, professor W.H.M. Zijm and professor S.L. van de Velde.

Dr.ir. M.J.J. Garvels (Marnix), October 20, 2000: The splitting method in rare event simulation; supervisors: dr.ir. V.F.Nicola, professor J.H.A. de Smit and professor I.G.M.M Niemegeers.

Dr.ir. W.R.W. Scheinhardt (Werner), December 4, 1998: Markov-modulated and feedback fluid queues; supervisors: dr.ir. E.A. van Doorn and professor J.H.A. de Smit.