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Professor Jerzy Filar

Director Centre for Applications in Natural Resource Mathematics

Jerzy Filar is a broadly trained applied mathematician with research interests spanning a spectrum of both theoretical and applied topics in Operations Research, Stochastic Modelling, Optimisation, Game Theory and Environmental Modelling. Professor Filar co-authored, or authored, five books or monographs and approximately 100 refereed research papers. He has a record of research grants/contracts with agencies and research institutes such as NSF, ARC, US EPA, World Resources Institute, DSTO and the Sir Keith and Sir Ross Smith Foundation. He is editor-in-chief of Environmental Modelling and Assessment and serves on editorial boards of Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications and a number of other journals. He has supervised or co-supervised 23 PhD students. Jerzy's Erdos Number is 3.

Located in Building 69 - Room 815
Phone: 07 336 52236
PhD and MA Illinois (Chicago) 1980 and 1977;MSc Monash 1975; BSc (Hons) Melbourne 1972
Research Interests Eclectic; include but are not limited to: Markov Decision Processes, Hamiltonian Cycle Problem, Environmental Modelling, Singular and Analytic Perturbation Theory, Stochastic Modelling, Operations Research, Optimisation, Game Theory.

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Modelling of Sustainable Fisheries



The Centre for Applications in Natural Resource Mathematics (CARM) is a School Centre in the School of Mathematics and Physics at The University of Queensland. The Centre is co-funded by...

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