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Workshop on Multiscale Computational Modeling for Zoonotic Epidemics

Workshop picture

First row: from left to right: Vittoria Colizza, Steve Warren, Ken Linthicum, Tim Carpenter, Caterina Scoglio, Huijuan Wang, Fahmida Chowdhury, Hong Liu, Ling Xue. Second row: Scott Duke-Sylvester, Berhanu Tameru, Morgan Scott, Duygu Balcan, Bryan Lewis, Alex Vespignani, Karen Garret, Juergen Richt, Mina Youssef. Third row: Phil Schumm, Lee Cohnstaedt, Mike Sanderson, Mohammed Sanatkar, Faryad Darabi Sahneh, Igor Morozov.


Frontiers in Multiscale Computational Modeling for Zoonotic Epidemics

Kansas City, October 10-12, 2011

Sponsored by The National Agricultural Biosecurity Center at Kansas State University
Organizers: Caterina Scoglio, K-State; Morgan Scott, K-State; Lee Cohnstaedt, USDA

This workshop is being sponsored by the National Agricultural Biosecurity Center at Kansas State University and will be held at the Embassy Suites Kansas City Plaza, October 10-12, 2011.

The aim of the Workshop is to bring together experts in the field of infectious animal/human disease modeling to compare, evaluate and assess the state of the art on the use of computational power, innovative Information and Communication Technologies (ICT), and sophisticated modeling approaches at different scales informed by detailed data sets to evaluate treatment and control strategies for zoonotic disease in real time. Invited scientists  will engage in interactive discussions of their activities and priorities for advancing the field of computational models for zoonotic diseases.