INRIA researcher, CQFD
INRIA Bordeaux - Sud-Ouest
200 av. de la Vieille Tour, 33405 Talence cedex, France
email: jonatha.anselmi ∈ inria.fr
tel: +33 5 24 57 41 71
Jonatha Anselmi is a permanent researcher at INRIA-Bordeaux (France), working in the team CQFD.
He has received a PhD degree in computer engineering (Ingegneria dell'informazione) from
Politecnico di Milano (Italy) in 2009,
where he also received a BSc degree in 2003 and a MSc degree in 2005 cum laudem.
He has held research positions at
BCAM - Basque Center for Applied Mathematics (Spain),
INRIA-Grenoble (France), and he has held visiting positions at
Caltech (US) and
IBM T.J. Watson (US).
Prospective PhD students
If you are a prospective PhD student interested in stochastic control and resource allocation algorithms for large-scale distributed systems, feel free to contact me: openings are available at random points in time.
Stochastic operations research applied to the performance optimization of distributed systems.
In particular, the development of robust large-scale designs to achieve a better exploitation of congestible resources.
Problems under investigation are:
For further details, see below the most recent works or the complete list of publications.
- Load-balancing, open-loop control of parallel congestible resources,
- Bottleneck analysis and optimization of communication/computer systems,
- Impact of rational behavior on the performance of communication networks.
J. Anselmi, D. Ardagna, J. C.S. Lui, A. Wierman, Y. Xu, Z. Yang
The economics of the cloud: price competition and congestion,
ACM Transactions on Modeling and Performance Evaluation of Computing Systems (TOMPECS). To appear
- J. Anselmi, F. Dufour, T. Prieto-Rumeau
Computable approximations for continuous-time Markov decision processes on Borel spaces based on empirical measures,
Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications, 443 (2), 1323–1361, 2016
- J. Anselmi, N.S. Walton
Decentralized Proportional Load Balancing,
SIAM J. Appl. Math., 76(1), 391–410, 2016
J. Anselmi, B. Gaujal, T. Nesti
Control of parallel non-observable queues: asymptotic equivalence and optimality of periodic policies,
Stochastic Systems, Vol. 5 No. 1, (2015), 120–145
J. Anselmi, B. Gaujal Efficiency of simulation in monotone hyper-stable queueing networks,
Queueing Systems, 76(1):51-72, 2014
J. Anselmi, B. D'Auria, N. Walton Closed queueing networks under congestion: non-bottleneck independence and bottleneck convergence,
Mathematics of Operations Research, 38:3, 469-491, 2013
Trajectory control of submarine with passive sonar techniques.
[01/2011-12/2012] C.D. Fortuna K.E., San Sebastian (Basque Country, Spain):
Capacity planning and congestion minimization of the Behobia-San Sebastian half marathon.
[01/2011-09/2012] INGETEAM Traction S.A., Bilbao (Basque Country, Spain):
Minimization of electrical energy on rail routes.
[01/2007-12/2007] Neptuny (now part of BMC), Milano (Italy):
Data-center consolidation via integer programming.