Modelling H5N1 influenza in Bangladesh across spatial scales: model complexity and zoonotic transmission risk


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Event overview

This was the fifth edition of a series of satellite meetings within the Conference of Complex Systems, providing an opportunity to discuss recent advances in the study of contagion processes across different scientific domains with a main focus on data-driven modelling approaches.

The meeting series is fully interdisciplinary and brings together researchers from a broad range of disciplines such as physics, mathematics, biology, epidemiology, human and veterinary medicine, computer science, information technologies and social sciences.

Particular attention is devoted to the following (non-exhaustive) list of topics:

  • Interacting strain dynamics
  • Long-lived and persistent diseases
  • Complex contagion
  • Zoonotic spread
  • Temporal transmission networks
  • Human adaptation
  • Multiple transmission routes/multiplex networks