COVID-19 Math Modelling Seminar

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Fields Institute for Research in Mathematical Sciences

Audience: Researchers in the topic
Seminar series time: Tuesday 14:30-15:30 in your time zone, UTC
Organizers: Jianhong Wu, Kumar Murty, Sarah Nayani*
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Description: Statisticians, epidemiologists, mathematicians, and others

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Upcoming talks
Past talks
Your timeSpeakerTitle
TueMar 3014:30Sara OttoSARS-CoV-2 Evolution
TueMar 2314:30Carolin ColijnModelling and policy in the COVID-19 pandemic
TueMar 1614:30Quentin GriettePhenomenological models and applications to the SARS-CoV-2 epidemic
TueMar 0915:30Peter KlimekModelling the impact of non-pharmaceutical interventions on the spread of SARS-CoV-2 in schools, nursing homes, Austria, and the world
TueMar 0215:30Johannes MüllerContact Tracing & Super-Spreaders in the Branching-Process Model
TueFeb 1615:30Swetaprovo ChaudhuriConstructing a Covid-19 disease spread model from the flow physics of infectious droplets and aerosols
TueFeb 0918:00Bruce MelladoFrom the discovery of the Higgs boson to Modelling the COVID-19 pandemic
TueFeb 0218:00Glen WebbA Model of COVID-19 Epidemics for Predicting the Impact of Vaccination
TueJan 2618:00Morgan CraigIdentifying mechanisms of immunopathology in severe COVID-19 in a realistic virtual patient cohort
TueJan 1918:00Michael LiEstimation of the Proportion of Population Infected with COVID-19 using SIR Models
TueJan 1218:00Francesca ScarabelA renewal equation model for disease transmission dynamics with contact tracing
TueJan 0515:30Mark Penney Yigit YargicVaccine Prioritisation Using Bluetooth Exposure Notification Apps
TueDec 2215:30James WatmoughEpidemics, Endemicity, and Herd Immunity
TueDec 0115:30Alessandra MichelettiCovid-19 in Italy: a provincial modelling using an adjusted time-dependent SIRD model and a wavelet and cross-correlation data analysis in Lombardy region.
TueNov 1715:30Jianhong WuQuantifying the shift in social contact patterns in response to non-pharmaceutical interventions
TueNov 1015:30Sharmistha MishraHow to get away with inequity in outbreaks: a SARS-CoV-2 modeling story
TueNov 0315:30Ali AsgaryA Simulation Based AI Model for Preventative Testing of SARS-CoV-2 in Schools
TueOct 2714:30Chris BuddCOVID, V-KEMs and Modeling Retail and Higher Education
TueOct 2014:30JC Loredo-OstiCOVID-19 management in Atlantic Canada
TueOct 1314:30Hauiping ZhuFangcang shelter hospitals and control of the SARS-CoV-2 epidemic in Wuhan
TueOct 0614:30Dexen XiJoint Modeling of Hospitalization and Mortality of Ontario Covid-19 cases
TueSep 2914:30Nicholas DenisLearning optimal mitigation strategies through agent based reinforcement learning
TueSep 2214:30Seyed MoghadasUnderstanding COVID-19 and its Public Health Challenges
TueSep 1514:30Jacques BelairPandemic in films: a mathematical modelling approach
TueSep 0814:30Kumar MurtyIntegrating health and economic parameters
TueSep 0113:30Yanni XiaoModelling the effect of limitation of medical resources on COVID-19 infection
TueAug 2514:30Hiroshi NishiuraCOVID-19 in Japan
TueAug 1814:30Kevin BryanA Calibrated Equilibrium Model of the Covid Shock
TueAug 1114:30Xi HuoEffectiveness and feasibility of the large scale use of convalescent plasma to treat severe COVID-19 patients
TueAug 0414:30Pieter HoutekamerAnalysis and forecasting for COVID-19
TueJul 2814:30Georges Bucyibaryta / Charmaine DeanA logistic growth model with logistically varying carrying capacity for Covid-19 deaths using data from Ontario, Canada
TueJul 2114:30Niayesh AfshordiDiverse local epidemics reveal the effects of geography, climate, and susceptible depletion in the first wave of COVID-19 in the US
TueJul 1414:30Beate SanderForecasting PPE demand for Ontario acute care hospitals during COVID-19
TueJun 3014:30Troy DayThe Political Economy of Infectious Disease Outbreaks
TueJun 2314:30Farzali IzadiGeneralized additive models to capture the death rates in Canada COVID-19
TueJun 1614:30Julien ArinoConsiderations on the spatial and temporal spread of COVID-19
TueJun 0914:30TBATBA
TueJun 0214:30Mirjam KretzschmarTime is of the essence: impact of delays on effectiveness of contact tracing for COVID-19
TueMay 2614:30Connell McCluskeyAccounting for heterogeneity in social distancing
TueMay 1914:30Ping YanSome preliminary trend analysis of COVID-19 in five selected provinces based on data reported
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