## Dr Yoni Nazarathy

##### Senior Lecturer, Industry Liaison

Dr. Yoni Nazarathy's research is in the field of operations research, applied probability, statistics, queueing networks and control. He obtained his PhD from the University of Haifa, Israel in 2009. He then spent two years as a post-doctoral researcher in the Netherlands, at the European Institute for Statistics, Probability, Stochastic Operations Research and their Applications (EURANDOM) and at CWI (Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica) Amsterdam. He then spent an additional year as a Lecturer at Swinburne University of Technology in Melbourne where he remains an adjunct member of the Centre for Advanced Internet Architectures. As of 2012, he is a Lecturer in the School of Mathematics and Physics at the University of Queensland. As of 2013 he is on a DECRA fellowship.

**Located in Building**67 - Room 753

**Phone:**69032

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**Research Interests**Operations Research, Applied Probability, Statistics, Control, Queueing Networks

## Available Projects

Title | Body | Level |
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Scheduling Arrivals to a Processor Sharing Congestion System with Linear Slowdown: Integer Programming Techniques |
Develop Integer Programming models and solution techniques for exact or heuristic solutions to the problems described in this paper: http://arxiv.org/abs/1508.03136 |
Honours Project Summer Project |

Flinders Hamiltonian Cycle Project |
Statistical analysis of and development of solution techniques for the problems in the FHCP Challenge Set ... |
Honours Project Summer Project |

Interactive Demonstrations using Mathematica |
The Wolfram Demonstrations Project contains thousands of contributed interactive graphical demonstrations that allow to easily convey mathematical concepts. In this project the student will contribute additional demonstrations illustrating concepts of either stochastic processes, parameter... |
Masters Project Honours Project |

Data Analysis of Melbourne's Urban Road Traffic |
This project deals with analysis of huge volumes of data recorded on-line for urban road traffic networks, namely Melbourne's traffic system. There are tens of interesting questions that need to be formulated and answered by means of real data analysis. |
Masters Project Honours Project |

Effective Computing in Model Predictive Control for Urban Road Traffic Networks |
This project deals with control of traffic light systems in large urban networks. It has recently been suggested to apply model predictive control techniques which involve large scale optimization repeatedly. The goal of this project is to analyze the associated optimization problems and find... |
Masters Project Honours Project |

Ruin Theory and Correlated Random Walks |
Ruin Theory is a branch of actuarial mathematics used by insurance companies for setting reserves. The cleanest model is that of constant revenue subject to occasional losses (claims). An output of ruin theory in that case is the probability of defaulting. In the basic model, inter... |
Masters Project Honours Project |

The Positive Realization Problem |
The Positive Realization Problem deals with finding descriptions of linear systems based on non-negative matrices. It has applications in control, applied probability and statistics, yet is linear-... |
Masters Project Honours Project |

Convolutions in the S-Plane with Applications |
It is well known that the Laplace transform of a time-domain convolution of two functions is the product of the individual Laplace transforms. A similar 'dual' property is that a convolution type contour integral of two Laplace transform yields the time domain product. This... |
Honours Project |

Approximate Analysis and Control of Overflow Queuing Networks |
Standard queueing network models such as the celebrated Jackson and BCMP networks exhibit mathematically elegant product form solutions of the stationary distribution. This means that the problem of evaluating the probabilistic behavior of the network at steady state is typically tractable. As... |
PhD Project Masters Project |

System Identification Theory for Queuing Networks |
Queueing networks are stochastic mathematical models that are often used for analyzing service, manufacturing and communication systems. One often attempts to model the situation at hand by means of a... |
PhD Project Masters Project |