-Fluid holding cost algorithms, linear and nonlinear approximations
-Game-theoretic queueing models and pricing
-Scheduling multiclass networks and jobshops via fluid approximations
-Stability of multiclass fluid and queueing networks
-Scheduling and analyis of semiconductor wafer fabs, scheduling with disruption management, robust scheduling
-Queueing systems with wait-dependent service times, stability and optimal policies
-Large deviations of reflected Brownian motion, associated variational problems
-Diffusion approximations to queueing networks
Affiliated Research Units
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