Epidemics : Models and Inference

Epidemics : Models and Inference

Recent workshops Oberwolfach 2004 Edinburgh 2007 (DIMACS/ICMS) Tubingen 2008 (DIMACS/ECDC) Oberwolfach 2009 Edinburgh 2011

This site aims to serve the Epidemic Modelling community, especially participants in the following workshops:

Newton 2013 `Infectious Disease Dynamics'

Edinburgh 2011 `Networks: stochastic models for populations and epidemics'

Oberwolfach 2009 `Design and Analysis of Infectious Disease Studies'

Tubingen 2008 `Spatio-temporal and Network Modelling of Diseases III'

Edinburgh 2007 `Spatio-temporal and Network Modelling of Diseases II'

Oberwolfach 2004 `Design and Analysis of Infectious Disease Studies'

Mariefred 2003 `The Spread of Infectious Diseases: Mathematical Modelling and Statistical Analysis'

DIMACS 2003 `Spatio-temporal and Network Modelling of Diseases I'

Oberwolfach 1999 `Design and Analysis of Infectious Disease Studies'

Skye 1997 `Stochastic Modelling and Statistical Data Analysis for Epidemics'

Aims

The continuing aim is to encourage new collaborations and stimulate new ideas, enabling research in Epidemic Modelling to develop, with particular emphasis placed on relations between stochastic modelling (in the broad sense, from probabilistic models to data analysis) and the biological sciences.

Earlier workshops: Skye 1997 Oberwolfach 1999 DIMACS 2003 Mariefred 2003 Current projects


Maintained by Denis Mollison denis@ma.hw.ac.uk

Last updated 25th August 2013