1 January - 30 June 1993
Organisers: Denis Mollison (Heriot-Watt), Valerie Isham (UCL, London), Bryan Grenfell (Cambridge)
3-9th January : NATO ARW on Epidemic Models This workshop reviewed recent developments across the field of epidemic modelling, with an emphasis on identifying key research problems, especially those suitable for interdisciplinary ooperation. A book, based on the workshop, is to be published later in the year. [Details from: Denis Mollison.]
There is also a series of `Lectures for Graduates' on Epidemic Models on Thursdays, 2-4pm, until 11th March, details available on request.
Michael Altmann (Minnesota), Niels Becker (La Trobe), Lynne Billard (Athens, USA), Mart de Jong (CDI), Klaus Dietz (Tubingen), Andy Dobson (Princeton), Bryan Grenfell (Cambridge), Chris Dye (UCL), Hans Heesterbeek (Amsterdam), Steve Ellner (N Carolina), Valerie Isham (UCL), Ira Longini (Emory), Anders Martin-Lof (Stockholm), Gunther Hasibeder (Vienna), Denis Mollison (Heriot-Watt), Herb Hethcote (Iowa), Martina Morris (Columbia, USA), Frank Ball (Nottingham), Ingemar Naasell (Stockholm), John Jacquez (Michigan), Mick Roberts (AgRes, Wallaceville), Peter Donnelly (QMW), Lisa Sattenspiel (Missouri), Doug Nychka (N Carolina), Gary Smith (Pennsylvania).
Others likely to visit, mostly for shorter periods, include:
R Anderson (Imperial), A Barbour (Zurich), S Blythe (Strathclyde), A Cairns (Heriot-Watt), O Diekmann (Amsterdam), P Diggle (Lancaster), R Durrett (Cornell), D Griffeath (Madison), K Hadeler (Tubingen), C Lefevre (Brussels), S Levin (Cornell), R May (Oxford), E Massad, H Metz (Leiden), R Azevedo Neto C Struchiner, S Richardson (INSERM Paris), G Scalia-Tomba (Rome).
Invited speakers include
Z Agur, RM Anderson, K Day, K Dietz, A Fulford, S Gore, D Habbema, H Hethcote, AM Johnson, I Longini, M Morris, M Nowak, J Peto, T Peto, P Solomon, and JMG Taylor.