EpiFor @ NetSci2010 May 17, 2010
EpiFor team participated to NetSci2010, the International School and Conference on Network Science that took place at the Northeastern University in Boston and at the MIT Media Lab in Cambridge, MA, USA, May 10-14.
NetSci is the annual meeting of the community of Network Scientists. Bringing together leading researchers, practitioners, and teachers in network science (including analysts, modeling experts, visualization specialists, and others), NetSci fosters interdisciplinary communication and collaboration. The conference focuses on novel directions in networks research within the biological and environmental sciences, computer and information sciences, social sciences, finance and business.
NetSci is structured in a 2 days School, followed by a 3 days Conference, dedicated to talks presenting the latest results in the field and their applications in various disciplines.
EpiFor contributed to the conference with two oral presentations:
Global invasion of H1N1 influenza: could have we stopped it by grounding planes?, a contributed talk presented by Paolo Bajardi in the Epidemic Spreading session (Wednesday, May 13) [see picture on the left].
Pandemic influenza and medical response: assessing the sustainability and ecotoxicity risks , an invited talk by Vittoria Colizza (Wednesday, May 13).
Check here the full scientific program.