Room: STM 563
Office: 613-562-5800 ext. 3864
Work E-mail: dmdsg@uOttawa.ca
Supervised Students and Postdocs:
- Graduate Students:
- Collingwood, Jesse
I am interested primarily in applied probability with an emphasis on telecommunications. My recent work deals with the analysis of rare events such as buffer overflows in a network of queues. I have also considered overflows of an ATM switch driven by heterogeneous traffic sources. The asymptotic theory suggests methods for accelerating simulations of large systems. To put these methods into practice I undertake simulation projects using the C++ library Sims. Some of my projects are collaborations with local high tech companies.
I have secondary interests in nonparametric regression and quality control as well as the analysis of ion channels in cellular membranes.
Research Group(s): Statistics and Probability