The Madrid Conference on Queueing Theory (MCQT) aims to be a meeting place where scientists and technicians in the field could find a discussion forum to promote research, encourage interaction and exchange ideas. The conference is open to all trends including the development of the theory, methodology and applications of Queueing Theory.
    The first edition of the conference took place in July 2-5, 2002. It was held at the Faculty of Mathematics of Complutense University of Madrid. The second edition was held at the Faculty of Informatics in July 3-7, 2006. As a satellite workshop of the Madrid Conference, we also organized the 6th International Workshop on Retrial Queues (click here). The last edition took place in Toledo, at the Hotel San Juan de Los Reyes, from June 28 to July1, 2010.