Vince Knight

I am a lecturer in Operational Research at Cardiff University with research interests in Game theory and Queueing theory applied to healthcare systems.


I am not currently teaching any courses.

A full list of all my courses can be found here


Here is a list of my latest papers (click on the title to see the abstract and any other material):

A full list of all my papers can be found here

Here are some projects I am currently working on:

  • Understanding the effect of selfish behaviour in a series of two queues.
  • Contributing some game theoretical capabilities to the Sage math project.
  • Measuring the Price of Anarchy in Critical Care Unit Interactions
  • On an approximate solution to an equation that appears in queueing games
  • Hierarchical Observable Queues
  • Here is a list of current research students I am working with:

    For a full list of research students I've worked with take a look here.



    Here is my latest blog post at Un peu de math:

    Reflecting On Evidence For The Benefits Of Active Learning: Freeman et al. wrote a great paper rigorously showing the advantages of active learning over traditional lectures: I wrote a blog post about it...

    Here are my previous 5 posts:

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    Here is my latest video on YouTube:

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