Understanding and Exploring
in the Time of Coronavirus
Understanding and Exploring Network Epidemiology in the Time of Coronavirus (Net-COVID) was a special online workshop series presented by the University of Maryland’s COMBINE program in Network Biology in partnership with the University of Vermont’s Complex Systems Center.
Videos of our Tutorials & Seminars and our Discussion/ Working Group Series are available for those who couldn't join our live sessions in April 2020. Content is aimed at the level of STEM graduate students.
Net-COVID Organizers: Michelle Girvan, Juniper Lovato, Daniel Serrano, Anshuman Swain, Nick Mennona, and Glynis Smith.
Week 3 - Seminar: The effect of human mobility and control measures on the COVID-19 epidemic by Sam Scarpino, Northeastern University
Week 4 - Seminar: Mathematical Models of Epidemic Spreading in the Time of COVID-19 by Ginestra Bianconi, Queen Mary University of London
In our Discussion/ Working Group Series, participants self-organized into small working groups and reported back about their ideas and progress.
Week 3 - Presentations from working groups
COMBINE is supported by the University of Maryland and through NSF award number 1632976.