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COVID-19 Epidemiological Modelling Project Talks

The COVID-19 Epidemiological Modelling Project has started a series of talks on the pandemic. Previous talks can be viewed again on YouTube:

SARA Systems Streaming

This channel is also used for live streaming of the talks. For participants who like to take part in the discussion, use the Zoom URL

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84316972876

Meeting-ID: 843 1697 2876

Talks are given on Thursdays  18:00 CET (Paris-Berlin-Rome) - 5:00 p.m. GMT (London)

Background: This is a programming & simulation meeting of the Covid-19 project. Current activities:

  • We implement and improve a world-wide R-number visualisation application.
  • We write a joint publication on basic mechanisms that can be incorporated into epidemiological models based on rule-based systems (reaction kinetics)
  • We write a joint publication on the relevance and reliability of statistical data for managing the Covid-19 pandemic.
  • We implement a stochastic simulation algorithm (SSA) for simulation of pandemic spread within different modelling frameworks.
  • Implementations are done with RStudio and Jupyter Notebook/Lab.
 

ZOOM Meeting: The meeting is also interesting for existing implemented models both from statistics and mathematical epidemiology. We plan to compare different models on our server

https://sara-computing.com:9090

The meeting on 01/09/2020 at 17:00 CET (Paris-Berlin-Rome), 4:00 p.m. GMT (London). The Zoom URL is

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85107694943?pwd=SGhNa3pqcU1HcGVPTDlqM2dvbFM0QT09

Meeting-ID: 851 0769 4943

Passwort: 276482

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