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Seminars archive

E.g., 2020-07-14
E.g., 2020-07-14
Event Code Date Speaker Seminar Title Presentation Material
IDP 14th July 2020 Session 1: Advanced Uncertainty Quantification: Discussion Session
IDP 14th July 2020 Serge Guillas Session 1: Advanced Uncertainty Quantification: Model Calibration
IDP 14th July 2020 Michael Goldstein Session 1: Advanced Uncertainty Quantification: Model Discrepancy
IDP 14th July 2020 Ian Vernon Session 1: Advanced Uncertainty Quantification: Multilevel Emulation
IDP 10th July 2020 Representing Movement and Simulating Infection in Small Spaces – Lachlan Miles
IDP 10th July 2020 Modelling the Spatial Pandemic in Hampshire – Jacob Rainbow
IDP 10th July 2020 The MATSIM Pandemic Model for Greater London – Gerry Casey, Claire Fram and Fred Shone
IDP 10th July 2020 Break
IDP 10th July 2020 Discussion
IDP 10th July 2020 Epidemic simulation and scenario planning: Gavin Shaddick, Nick Malleson
IDP 10th July 2020 Modelling behaviour, Adam Dennett, Richard Milton, Ying Jin and Mike Batty
IDP 10th July 2020 Microsimulation, Nik Lomax, Karyn Morrissey and Jamil Nur
IDP 10th July 2020 Mark Birkin Introduction and overview, Mark Birkin
IDPW04 8th July 2020 Session 2 - PLENARY TALK by Ruth Bowness - University of St. Andrews - Modelling within-host tuberculosis infection using a hybrid multiscale individual-based model
IDPW04 7th July 2020 Discussion
IDPW04 7th July 2020 Farzad Fatehi Chenar Multiscale within-host modelling of SARS-CoV-2 infection reveals benefits and risks of early Remdesivir treatment
IDPW04 7th July 2020 Raluca Eftimie Modelling virus infections in the context of cancer therapies (and other diseases)
IDPW04 7th July 2020 Grant Lythe Stochastic dynamics of Francisella Tularensis infection
IDPW04 7th July 2020 Raluca Eftimie, Grant Lythe, Farzad Fatehi Chenar Session 1
IDP 3rd July 2020 Adam Kucharski PLENARY TALK - Reproduction numbers and superspreading – how to measure disease transmission
IDP 2nd July 2020 Uncertainty Quantification
IDP 1st July 2020 Paul Linden PLENARY TALK - COVID-19: RAMP Task 7. Environmental and aerosol transmission
IDPW03 25th June 2020 Discussion
IDPW03 25th June 2020 TBC
IDPW03 25th June 2020 Lorenzo Pellis - University of Manchester
IDPW03 25th June 2020 Frank Ball - University of Nottingham
IDPW03 23rd June 2020 Discussion
IDPW03 23rd June 2020 Katie Gostic - University of Chicago
IDPW03 23rd June 2020 Discussion
IDPW03 23rd June 2020 Sam Abbott - London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
IDPW03 23rd June 2020 Eben Kenah - Ohio State University
IDPW03 23rd June 2020 Robin Thompson (EpiEstim)
IDPW03 23rd June 2020 Jane Heffernan - York University Toronto
IDP 22nd June 2020 Modelling for SARS-CoV2 - what can we learn from China? Questions and discussions
IDP 22nd June 2020 Modelling for SARS-CoV2 - what can we learn from China? - speakers: Adam Kucharski, Louise Dyson, Steven Riley, Christophe Fraser
IDP 22nd June 2020 Modelling for SARS-CoV2 - what can we learn from China? Questions for Speakers: Jun Yan, Tie-Yan Liu, Jinzhi Lei, Juanzi Li
IDP 22nd June 2020 Modelling for SARS-CoV2 - what can we learn from China? Speakers: Jun Yan, Tie-Yan Liu, Jinzhi Lei, Juanzi Li
IDP 15th June 2020 OPEN ZOOM MEETING - session 3 follow up dicussions - Chair William Probert
IDP 12th June 2020 General Discussions - CHAIR Philip Dawid
IDP 12th June 2020 OPEN ZOOM MEETING - session 3 follow up dicussions
IDP 11th June 2020 Contact Tracing follow-up discussions
IDP 11th June 2020 Control theory in relation to epidemic interventions - Brian Neve (Spiro) Control
IDP 11th June 2020 Whole-cost economic modelling of pandemics - Peter van Manen, Clement O'Rourke (Frazer-Nash)
IDP 10th June 2020 PLENARY TALK - Robin Hanson (George Mason University & Oxford) - Pay Experts for Results, Not Prestige
IDP 10th June 2020 Break
IDP 10th June 2020 Panel Discussion (questions submitted via slido and asked by chair)
IDP 10th June 2020 Marissa McBride (Imperial) - Lessons from structured expert elicitation using the IDEA protocol
IDP 10th June 2020 Katriona Shea (Penn State) - Harnessing multiple models for outbreak management
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