Tag Archives: mathematical epidemiology

Mathematics of Epidemics on Networks

It looks like that finally a monograph about mathematical approaches to the modeling of epidemic spread on networks is written and will be published in May, 2017. Here is the publisher’s web page. Here is Table of contents. Really looking … Continue reading

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Epidemics 5

Epidemics 5 Fifth International Conference on Infectious Disease Dynamics December 1-4, 2015 | Clearwater Beach, FL, USA Site P.S. Registration fee is $755 ūüė¶

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A workshop in Atlanta on Ebola epidemics

The Ebola epidemic in West Africa has spurred an international response. The scope of this response has been strongly influenced by epidemiological models that predicted a¬†devastating rise in cases without large-scale changes in behavior and intervention. There is increasing agreement … Continue reading

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Epidemic models on networks

A very interesting issue of Mathematical Modelling of Natural Phenomena is online now.

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Dusk of Facebook?

Epidemiological modeling of online social network dynamics The last decade has seen the rise of immense online social networks (OSNs) such as MySpace and Facebook. In this paper we use epidemiological models to explain user adoption and abandonment of OSNs, … Continue reading

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Infectious Disease Dynamics

Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Studies hold in August-September 2013 one month workshop on Infectious Disease Dynamics. Here is a link to an extensive list of presentations.

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Mathematical Tools for Understanding Infectious Disease Dynamics

by Odo Diekmann, Hans Heesterbeek, and Tom Britton.                   I already had a very short¬†announcement about this book. ¬†Now I had a chance to look through it and here are my two … Continue reading

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