J.R. Artalejo & A. Gómez-Corral
Las Matemáticas de la Biología (In Spanish)
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I received my Ph. D. degree in Mathematics from the Complutense University of Madrid (UCM), Spain, in 1996. My doctoral thesis dealt with the stochastic analysis of retrial queues with negative arrivals and it was award to the best Ph. D. in Statistics and Operations Research by UCM. I was Teaching Assistant at the Department of Statistics and Operations Research I of UCM, since October 1993 till August 1998, and I currently hold a position of Associate Professor at the same department since August 1998.
My main areas of research are focused on stochastic models in queuing and mathematical biology, two areas where I have published several papers, which have appeared in Advances in Applied Probability, Annals of Operations Research, IEEE Communications Letters, Journal of Mathematical Biology, Journal of Theoretical Biology, Operations Research Letters, Stochastic Models, etc.
I currently act as an Area Editor of RAIRO-Operations Research, a Subject Editor of Applied Mathematical Modelling, and an Associated Editor of Asia-Pacific Journal of Operational Research, Methodology and Computing in Applied Probability and Top. In addition, I have been a Guest Editor of European Journal of Operational Research (jointly with Jesús R Artalejo, special issue on «Advances in Retrial Queues») and The Annals of Operations Research (jointly with Tuan Phung-Duc, special volume on «Retrial Queues and Related Models»).
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Group UCM-910211 on Stochastic Modelling Group.
Working Group Pres&a on Stochastic Processes and Their Applications, Spanish Society of Statistics and Operations Research.