Mathematical Modelling and COVID-19: How Can Modelling Inform a Response to the Current COVID-19 Resurgence?

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Mathematical Modelling and COVID-19: How Can Modelling Inform a Response to the Current COVID-19 Resurgence?

 05 - 06 Oct 2020
 Online

Scientific Organisers:

  • Jasmina Panovska-Griffiths, University College London and the University of Oxford
  • Louise Dyson, University of Warwick
  • Ed Hill, University of Warwick
  • William Waites, University of Edinburgh

 

This workshop aimed to bring together people working on modelling the COVID-19 pandemic in the UK to discuss how modelling has and continues to inform policy decision making. It showcased ongoing modelling efforts to evaluate different non-pharmaceutical interventions as well as potential vaccination strategies from the leading modelling groups in the UK, drawing on knowledge from published and in the process of publication work. We also had discussions and brain-storming sessions about the ongoing modelling efforts surrounding COVID-19.

The playlist of recordings for this event is available here.

 

This event was supported by the Virtual Forum for Knowledge Exchange in Mathematical Sciences (V-KEMS)