Urtzi Ayesta
CNRS Researcher at LAAS
Ikerbasque Professor at University of the Basque Country

Contact Information:
7 Avenue Colonel Roche   
31077 Tolosa-Toulouse (France)

- University of the Basque Country
Informatika Fakultatea
Manuel Lardizabal, 1
20018 Donostia (Spain)

Email: urtzi{at}laas.fr
Phone:  +33 561 336 472

Spring 2015: Performance Modeling,
Master in Advance Computer Systems,
University of the Basque Country.


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NEW Openings: PhD and postdoc positions starting in 2016 are available on "Efficient resource allocation in congested networks" (funded by the project ANR RACON) . To apply upload a detailed curriculum vitae along with a brief cover letter motivating your interest through the following site [link-to-apply].

NEW Events: In 2016 we are organizing in Toulouse the 11ème Atelier en Évaluation de Performances and the 2016 European Conference on Queueing Theory. Consider submitting a contribution!

Short Bio:
Urtzi Ayesta is a
CNRS researcher working at LAAS. He also holds a part-time appointment as Ikerbasque Research Professor in the Computer Science Faculty at the University of the Basque Country. He has previously worked at CWI (with an ERCIM fellowship) INRIA and France Telecom R&D. He was awarded a PhD degree from Université de Nice-Sophia Antipolis (France), a MS degree in Electrical Engineering from Columbia University (US) and a BS/MS degree in Telecomunication Engineering from Nafarroako Unibertsitate Publikoa-Universidad Publica de Navarra (Spain).

Research Interests: Stochastic processes, optimization, control theory and their applications to communication systems and networking.

Editorship: (Elsevier) Performance Evaluation (since 2008), IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking (since 2012), EAI Collaborative Computing (since 2015)

Funding: My current research is supported by projects with the Airbus Research Foundation, European Commission and French National Research Funding Agency (ANR)

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