PhD defences

Here you can find an overview of to be defended and recently defended Ph.D. theses in the Algorithmics group.

PhD defence abstracts

Cluster management system design for big data infrastructures

By Shekhar Gupta, promotor Cees Witteveen, December 14, 2016 at 12:30, location Aula TU Delft  In recent years,we have seen amajor shift in computing systems: data volumes are growing very fast, but hardware capabilities to store, process, and transfer the massive data are not speeding up at the same rate. Today, data are generated from a...more

Participation and Interaction in Projects: A Game-Theoretic Analysis

By Gleb Polevoy, promotor Cees Witteveen and Catholijn Jonker, December 6, 2016 at 12:30, location Aula TU Delft Much of what agents (people, robots, etc.) do is dividing effort between severalactivities. In order to facilitate efficient divisions, we study contributionsto such activities and advise on stable divisions that result in high...more

Robust scheduling in an uncertain environment

By Michel Wilson, promotor Cees Witteveen, February 1st, 2016 at 15:00, location Aula TU Delft This thesis presents research on scheduling in an uncertain environment, which forms a part of the rolling stock life cycle logistics applied research and development program funded by Dutch railway industry companies. The focus therefore lies on...more

Algorithms for Simple Temporal Reasoning

By Leon Planken, promotor Cees Witteveen, date December 9, 2013, location Aula TU Delft This dissertation describes research into new methods for automated temporal reasoning. For this purpose, several frameworks are available in literature. Chapter 1 presents a concise literature survey that provides a new overview of their interrelation. In the...more

Coordinated Multi-Agent Planning and Scheduling

By Renze Steenhuisen, promotor Cees Witteveen, date Friday 17-5-2013 at 15:00, location Aula TU Delft. Abstract: This dissertation studies coordination problems that arise when autonomous agents need to construct a joint plan or a joint schedule for achieving a joint goal. These problems arise when a set of agents each with its own capabilities...more

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