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Advances in Socio-Epidemic Mathematical Modelling

UMI-MSE Online Seminars

Register here to the UMI-MSE Online Seminars to receive updates and, on the day of each event, the Zoom link.

  • 06/04/2023 – 17:00 CET

    Michele Piana, Università di Genova


Past Events

  • 01/03/2023 – Mario di Bernardo, Università di Napoli Federico II

    Solving the multi-agent herding control problem: theory and applications

  • 26/01/2023 – Benedetto Piccoli, Rutgers University, USA

    The role and future of epidemiological models for Covid-19

  • 13/07/2022 – G. Dorigatti, Imperial College London

    Modelling the transmission of SARS-CoV-2 in the early phases of the COVID-19 pandemic

  • 26/05/2022 – G. Caldarelli, Ca’ Foscari University of Venice

    The statistical physics of networks and the dynamics of information disorders

  • 04/05/2022 – P. Gerrish, University of New Mexico

    How unequal vaccination causes the emergence of new variants resistant to vaccine-induced and naturally-induced antibodies

  • 20/04/2022 – Jane M. Heffernan, York University

    Modelling immunity

  • 6/04/2022 – Odo Diekmann, Utrecht University

    Tribute to Kermack-McKendrick

  • 16/03/2022 – Giacomo Dimarco, University of Ferrara

    Taking into account social heterogeneity in epidemic dynamics

  • 16/02/2022 – Rossana Vermiglio, University of Udine

    (almost) all you can do with pseudospectral methods for the dynamics of delay and structured population models

  • 27/01/2022 – Gabriel Turinici,  Université de Paris Dauphine

    Mathematical models in immunology: weekly neutralizing antibodies, antibody-dependent enhancement and reinfection

  • 12/01/2022 – Annalisa Iuorio, University of Vienna

    A PDE model for unidirectional flows: stationary profiles and asymptotic behaviour

  • 15/12/2021 – Alessandro Vespignani, Northeastern University

    Computational Epidemiology at the time of COVID-19

  • 24/11/2021 – Shigui Ruan, University of Miami

    The influence of human behavior and social factors on the spread of infectious diseases

  • 10/11/2021 – Emiliano Cristiani, IAC-CNR Roma

    Mathematical models and differential games for pedestrian dynamics

  • 27/10/2021 – Marino Gatto, Politecnico di Milano

    Epidemicity thresholds for infectious diseases

  • 13/10/2021 – Nadia Loy, Politecnico di Torino

    A viral load-based model for epidemic spreading by kinetic equations on a graph

  • 29/09/2021 – Bertram Düring, University of Warwick

    Kinetic models for opinion formation

  • 22/09/2021 – Nicola Parolini, Politecnico di Milano

    Simulation of the COVID-19 epidemic in Italy accounting for virus variants and vaccine

  • 15/07/2021 – Andrea Bertozzi, UCLA

    The challenges of modeling pandemic spread with early time data, finite size populations, and opinion dynamics

  • 24/06/2021 – Bruno Buonomo, Università di Napoli Federico II

    Behavioral modeling of vaccine hesitancy

  • 17/06/2021 – Stefano Merler, Fondazione Bruno Kessler

    Il ruolo della matematica come supporto nella risposta ad una pandemia

  • 10/06/2021 – Roberto Saracco, Chair Industry Advisory Board IEEE FDC

    Monitoring and fighting a pandemic using Personal Digital Twins mics on networks under uncertain data

  • 27/05/2021 – Giulia Bertaglia, Università di Ferrara

    The need to model the spatial spread of epidemics on networks under uncertain data

  • 22/04/2021 – Laura di Domenico, INSERM, Sorbonne Université, Institut Pierre Louis d’Epidémiologie et de Santé Publique

    Assessing the performance of COVID-19 control measures between epidemic waves in France

  • 08/04/2021 – Francesca Scarabel, University of Manchester, UK

    A renewal equation model for disease transmission dynamics with contact tracing

  • 25/03/2021

    Nicolas Vauchelet, Université Paris 13

    Mathematical modelling of replacement technique to control dengue epidemic

  • 11/03/2021 – Giulia Giordano, Università di Trento

    Vaccines and SARS-CoV-2 variants: containing the epidemic is more crucial than ever

  • 25/02/2021 – Jianhong Wu, York University, Toronto, Canada

    Impact of non-pharmaceutical interventions and vaccination on shift in social contact patterns to alter epidemic trends in a disease outbreak

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