DIMACS/ICMS Working Group on Spatio-Temporal and Network Modeling of Diseases II

May 14 - 18, 2007
The International Centre for Mathematical Sciences, Edinburgh, UK

Valerie Isham, University College, London, valerie@stats.ucl.ac.uk
Alun Lloyd, North Carolina State University, alun@alunlloyd.com
Denis Mollison, Heriot-Watt University, denis@ma.hw.ac.uk
Presented under the auspices of the Special Focus on Computational and Mathematical Epidemiology.

This workshop is jointly sponsored by The International Centre for Mathematical Sciences (ICMS).

DIMACS Working Group on Spatio-Temporal and Network Modeling of Diseases April 22 - 26, 2003.

Call for Participation:

Sorry, full participation has been reached.
A limited number of places is available, with preference being given to junior researchers (PhD students, post-docs) in the field. Some support may be available. Anyone interested should apply, if possible by February 28, 2007, by email to Denis Mollison denis@ma.hw.ac.uk, explaining in at most 200 words their qualifications, and their interest in the topic of the workshop.

Participants in the working group on Spatio-Temporal and Network Modeling of Diseases II
Tommi Asikainen ECDC
Frank Ball Nottingham University
Shweta Bansal Texas
Christian Bottomley UCL
Tom Britton Stockholm University
Damien ClancyUniversity of Liverpool
Alex Cook Heriot-Watt
Derek Cummings Johns Hopkins University
Leon Danon Warwick
Peter Dodd Imperial
Nina Fefferman DIMACS
Neil FergusonImperial
Gavin Gibson Heriot-Watt University
Chris Gilligan Cambridge University
Luca GiuggioliPrinceton University
Elinore GustafssonStockholm
Katie Hampson Princeton University
Mark Handcock University of Washington
Dominik Heinzmann Zurich
Parviez Hosseini Princeton University
Valerie IshamUniversity College
Ng Kah-Loon Singapore
Rowland Kao University of Oxford, UK
Matt Keeling Warwick Mathematics Institute
Slavik Koval Utrecht
Theodore Kypraios Nottingham
Matthias Lindholm Stockholm
Alun LloydNorth Carolina State University
Denis Mollison Heriot-Watt University
Martina Morris University of Washington
Peter NealUMIST, Manchester
Philip O'Neill Nottingham University
Lorenzo PellisImperial
Jonathan ReadWarwick
Eric Renshaw University of Strathclyde
Steven RileyHongkong
Mick Roberts Massey, Auckland
Lisa Sattenspiel University of Missouri
Gianpaolo Scalia-Tomba Universita La Sapienza, Rome
Markus SchwehmTubingen
Simon SpencerNottingham
Christian SteglichGroningen
George StreftariHeriot-Watt
Pieter Trapman University of Amsterdam
Mark WoolhouseEdinburgh
Yong Yang Southampton

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