

History
The Belarusian workshops on queueing theory are conducted annually since (biennially since 1999) as scientific conferences on various applications of queueing theory.
The previous conferences were:
1985 
Grodno 
Research of paths of increase of efficiency of communication networks and computer networks 
1985 
Gomel 
Mathematical methods of theory of queues and their software 
1987 
Grodno 
Principles and algorithms of communication systems 
1988 
Grodno 
Modern methods of a research of information systems 
1989 
Grodno 
Methods of a research of information networks 
1990 
Vitebsk 
Mathematical methods of a research of communication networks and computer networks 
1991 
Grodno 
Communication networks and computer networks as models of a queueing theory 
1992 
Brest 
Communication networks and computer networks. The analysis and application 
1993 
Minsk 
Mathematical methods of a research of systems and queueing networks 
1994 
Minsk 
Analysis and application of queueing systems and queueing networks 
1995 
Minsk 
Research of communication networks and computer networks by methods of queueing theory 
1996 
Grodno 
Research of queueing systems and queueing networks 
1997 
Minsk 
Mathematical methods of a research of telecommunication networks 
1998 
Minsk 
Mathematical methods of a research of queueing networks 
1999 
Minsk 
Modern mathematical methods of investigation of telecommunication networks 
2001 
Minsk 
Modern mathematical methods of investigation of the information networks 
2003 
Gomel 
Modern mathematical methods of analysis and optimization of telecommunication networks 
2005 
Minsk 
Mathematical methods for increasing efficiency of telecommunication networks 
2007 
Grodno 
Mathematical methods for increasing efficiency of infotelecommunication networks 
2009 
Minsk 
Modern probabilistic methods for analysis and optimization of information and telecommunication networks 
2011 
Minsk 
Modern probabilistic methods for analysis and optimization of information and telecommunication networks 
On composition of participants the past workshops up to 1994 had the Soviet Union character. Since 1995 the representatives of other countries (Austria, Algeria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, China, France, Germany, Hungary, India, Italy, Japan, Korea, Mexico, Netherlands, Portugal, Poland, Spain, Turkey, USA) participate in workshops.

