IV European Conference on Queueing Theory
Lisbon, Portugal, 19–21 July 2023
Lisbon will host ECQT2023 (IV European Conference on Queueing Theory), giving continuity to the success of Ghent (2014), Toulouse (2016), and Jerusalem (2018) as previous ECQT host cities. Located on the right bank of the Tagus River estuary, Lisbon is the capital and largest city of Portugal and one of the oldest and most beautiful European settlements.
A joint organisation of the universities of Algarve, Lisboa, Porto, and UTAD, along with the polytechnic institutes of Leiria and Porto, ECQT2023 will be a meeting where scientists and practitioners in the field of queueing theory will find a discussion forum to promote research, encourage interaction, and exchange ideas.
ECQT2023 is open to all current and future trends in queueing theory, including theoretical developments, advances in methodological and computational aspects, and innovative real world applications. Though being a conference organized in Europe, attendees and submissions are strongly encouraged from all over the world.
The Organizing Committee will foster attendance of a few speakers form developing countries by providing financial support, covering local accommodation costs and the registration fee.
Sem Borst, TU Eindhoven and Nokia
Herwig Bruneel, Ghent University
Douglas Down, McMaster University
Antonis Economou, University of Athens
Bara Kim, Korea University
Michel Mandjes, University of Amsterdam
António Pacheco, Instituto Superior Técnico – Ulisboa
Miklós Telek, Budapest University of Technology and Economics
Sabine Wittevrongel, Ghent University
LOCAL ORGANIZING COMMITTEE
António Pacheco, Instituto Superior Técnico - ULisboa
Fátima Ferreira, UTAD - University of Trás-os-Montes and Alto Douro
Helena Ribeiro, Politécnico de Leiria
Nelson Antunes, Universidade do Algarve
Paula Milheiro-Oliveira, U.PORTO - Universidade do Porto
Rosário Oliveira, Instituto Superior Técnico - ULisboa
Sandra Ramos, P.PORTO - Polytechnic Institute of Porto
Proposal of thematic sessions: April 2
Decision on approval of thematic sessions: April 14
Submission of communication abstracts: May 7
Decision on acceptance of communications: May 29