Rob J. Wang
Department of Management Science and Engineering
I hold an M.S. in Statistics from Stanford University and a B.Sc. (Honours) in Mathematics from Queen's University in Kingston, Ontario (Canada).
From June to September 2016, I was a data science intern on the Business Travel team at Airbnb in San Francisco.
- On the Marginal Standard Error Rule and the Testing of Initial Transient Deletion Methods, ACM Transactions on Modeling and Computer Simulation, 2016 (with Peter W. Glynn)
- Zeros of Ramanujan Polynomials, Journal of the Ramanujan Mathematical Society, 2011 (with M. Ram Murty and C. Smyth)
- Measuring the Initial Transient: Reflected Brownian Motion, Winter Simulation Conference, 2014 (with Peter W. Glynn)
- Central Limit Theorems and Large Deviations for Additive Functionals of Reflecting Diffusion Processes, Fields Communications Series: Asymptotic Laws and Methods in Stochastics, 2015 (with Peter W. Glynn)
Work in Progress
- On the Brownian Queue Departure Process: the BRAVO Effect and Large Deviations, Working Paper (with Peter W. Glynn)
- On the Rate of Convergence to Equilibrium for Queues: The Connection to Diffusion Limits, Working Paper (with Peter W. Glynn)
- On the Rate of Convergence to Equilibrium for Reflected Brownian Motion, Working Paper (with Peter W. Glynn)