MS15: Mathematical Innovations for Mastering the COVID-19 Pandemic
In this minisymposium, we are bringing together two essentially independent working groups that are working intensively on the pandemic. On the one hand, we have KONSENS, an initiative funded by the German to help counteract the pandemic. inistry for Education and Research (BMBF)
On the other hand, there is MOCOS, founded by Tyll Krüger. MOCOS is also working intensively on the current pandemic, but has its epicentre in Poland. The link between the two research groups is the stochastics group of Thomas Hotz, who is involved in both research streams. The aim is thus to comprehensively present and thoroughly discuss the current research and to link various initiatives dealing with the mathematics behind the pandemic.
Wednesday, April 14, 14:00-15:40 (Chair: Sara Grundel)
- 14:00 Tyll Krüger, Marcin Bodych, Tomasz Tomasz Ozanski, Predicting the Unpredictable: Mathematical Models and the COVID-19 Pandemic
- 14:25 Sara Grundel, Stefan Heyder, Thomas Hotz, Tobias K.S. Ritschel, Philipp Sauerteig, Karl Worthmann, How to Coordinate Counter Measures Against COVID-19
- 14:50 Jan Pablo Burgard, Stefan Heyder, Thomas Hotz, Tyll Krüger, Regional Estimates of Reproduction Numbers with Application to COVID-19
- 15:15 Mahdi Hedayat Mahmoudi, Sara Grundel, Estimation of Parameter with Political Measures
Check the KONSENS Webpage.
Check the MOCOS Webpage.