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EpiFor studies complexity and predictability of epidemics aiming at developing a computational infrastructure for epidemic forecasts.The ERC Starting Independent Researcher Grant offers an ideal opportunity to start a structured program in this direction, aimed at providing fundamental advances in the field.
The EPIWORK project proposes a multidisciplinary research effort aimed at developing the appropriate framework of tools and components-epiwork knowledge needed for the design of epidemic forecast infrastructures to be used in by epidemiologists and public health scientists.
Wednesday, Wednesday, 29 May 2013
This fourth and last project meeting is not only the usual check point of the activities of the project within the consortium but also, more importantly, as a moment to assess the final integration effort and joint research among the partners and among the Work Packages, in preparation for the last review meeting. The meeting will allow, as the previous years, all partners to provide a summary of the activities undertaken and the progress of the research activities.
Immunization strategies for epidemic processes in time-varying contact networks
Statistical significance of communities in networks
Quality functions in community detection
Link creation and information spreading over social and communication ties in an interest-based online social network
What\' s in a crowd? Analysis of face-to-face behavioral networks
Explosive percolation in scale-free networks
Measuring contact patterns with wearable sensors: methods, data characteristics and applications to data‐driven simulations of infectious diseases