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Program

January11th

8:45-9:15

Welcoming & Opening

Auditorium

12th floor

9:15-11:45

Mini-course Karl Sigmund, A mini-course on evolutionary games

11:45-13:15

Lunch

13:15-15:45

Mini-course Michael Y. Li, Large-scale epidemic models and a graph-theoretic method for constructing Lyapunov functions

15:45-16:15

Coffee break

16:15-18:45

Mini-course Patrick De Leenheer, A patched Ross-Macdonald malaria model with movement by hosts and vectors: implications for control

January 12th

9:00-9:45

Plenary Mercedes Pascual
Deconstructing SIR: urban space and strain structure
in infectious disease dynamics

Auditorium

12th floor

9:45-10:30

Plenary Aaron King
Methods for efficient statistical inference of stochastic dynamical systems

10:30-11:00

Coffee break

   11:00-13:00

Session TuM - Global pandemic threats 

13:00-14:30

Lunch

14:30-15:15

Plenary Eduardo Massad, Mathematical models for criminal careers

15:15-16:00

Plenary Cláudia T. Codeço, Syndemics as a positive agenda for disease modeling

16:00-16:30

Coffee break

   16:30-17:30

Session TuA1 - Methodological issues 

Room 1013

   16:30-17:50

Session TuA2 -  Vector-borne diseases 

Room 1014

January 13th

9:00-9:45

Plenary Nick F. Britton, A transparent approach to R0 in structured populations

Auditorium

12th floor

9:45-10:30

Plenary Nicolas Bacaër, Epidemic models in a periodic or random environment

10:30-11:00

Coffee break

   11:00-12:40

Session WeM1 - Control of dengue and arboviroses I 

Room 1013

   11:00-13:00

Session WeM2 - Epidemic models 

Room 1014

  19:30 Conference dinner Fogo de   Chão

January 14th

9:00-9:45

Plenary Mercedes Pascual, Deconstructing SIR: urban space and strain structure in infectious disease dynamics

Auditorium

12th floor

9:45-10:30

Plenary Aaron King, Methods for efficient statistical inference of stochastic dynamical systems

10:30-11:00

Coffee break

   11:00-12:00

      Session ThM1 - Control of dengue and arboviroses II 

Room 1013

   11:00-12:20

      Session ThM2 - Strategies and impact of vaccination 

Room 1014

12:20-13:50

Lunch

Auditorium

12th floor

13:50-15:30

      Poster Session

15:30-16:00

Coffee break

   16:00-16:45

Plenary Bernard Cazelles, Statistical and mathematical modeling for a better understanding of dengue dynamics in Southern Asia

   16:45-17:30

Plenary Michael Turelli, Spread of introduced Wolbachia in natural insect populations: robust predictions relevant to dengue control

   17:30

Closing

 

SATELLITE EVENT: Meeting of PRONEX Research Group for dengue modeling

PRONEX research group for dengue modeling, the goal is to provide an environment of interaction between modelers, epidemiologists and biologists interested in developing models theoretical and quantitative tools that innovate in the control and surveillance of dengue and other arboviruses.

The satellite event is open to all participants of the Conference.