AMSI–ANZIAM Public Lecture
|Name:||AMSI–ANZIAM Public Lecture|
|Calendar:||1-day meetings & lectures|
|When:||Fri, February 17, 2017, 6:15 pm - 8:00 pm|
2017 AMSI-ANZIAM LECTURER PUBLIC LECTURE SERIES
Queues are an example of a stochastic process and a group of connected queues is an example of a network. Associate Professor Maria Vlasiou, this year's AMSI-ANZIAM Lecturer, will be completing her lecture tour from 13–22 February, and will be giving an overview of the area of stochastic processes, ranging from classroom examples to their impact on industry and technology.
Maria Vlasiou is an Associate Professor in the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science at the Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e), a Research Fellow of the European research institute Eurandom, and Scientific Staff member of CWI. Dr. Vlasiou has been invited to more than 20 foreign universities for collaboration and seminars, and has been associate editor in two journals and has refereed for about 45 international journals, conferences, and national science foundations.
Other talks in this series:
|Location:||University of Melbourne Map|
|Created:||07 Feb 2017 04:55 am UTC|
|Modified:||07 Feb 2017 05:15 am UTC|