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- Samuel Scarpino,
Network Science Institute, Department of Marine and Environmental Sciences & Department of Physics, Northeastern University, USA.
Title: On the predictability of infectious disease outbreaks.
- Marco Ajelli,
Northeastern University, USA & Bruno Kessler Foundation, Italy.
Title: What modeling can tell on Ebola.
- “Cross-platform, multi-scale validation of a model for human contact networks”,
Michele Starnini, Bruno Lepri, Andrea Baronchelli, Alain Barrat, Ciro Cattuto and Romualdo Pastor-Satorras.
- “Disease Localization in Multilayer Networks”,
Guilherme Ferraz de Arruda, Emanuele Cozzo, Francisco A. Rodrigues, Tiago P. Peixoto and Yamir Moreno.
- Which Pathogens Win? Cooperators or Defectors?
Fakhteh Ghanbarnejad, Kai Seegers, Alessio Cardillo and Philipp Hovel.
- “Robust vs recurrent patterns of influenza spread in France”,
Pietro Coletti, Vittoria Colizza, Chiara Poletto, Clément Turbelin and Thierry Blanchon.
- “The spread of multipartite viruses”,
Eugenio Valdano, Susanna Manrubia, Sergio Gómez and Alex Arenas.
- “The impact of changes in nursery enrollment on the dynamics of varicella transmission in France between 1991 and 2015”,
Valentina Marziano, Piero Poletti, Guillaume Beraud, Pierre-Yves Boelle, Stefano Merler and Vittoria Colizza.
- “LTBI Treatment and Alternative Vaccination Strategies”,
Lara Goscé, Helen Stagg and Ibrahim Abubakar.
- “The impact of regular school closure on seasonal influenza epidemics: a data-driven spatial transmission model for Belgium”,
Pietro Coletti, Niel Hens, Vittoria Colizza, Chiara Poletto, Kim Van Kerckhove and Giancarlo De Luca.