Two courses will be offered:
Participants will take both courses and receive a grade and certificate of completion that may be used to transfer credit to the home institution.
A pre-requisite problem set will be assigned to be submitted by August 19. This problem set will cover preliminaries in dynamical systems, epidemiology, and modelling.
From August 20 to 30, 7 hours of work are planned to occur at Bonne Bay Marine Station. Participants should capitalize on being together in one location to work efficiently on projects.
- Dr. Amy Hurford, Memorial University (Organizer, email: firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Dr. Julien Arino, University of Manitoba
- Dr. Amy Greer, University of Guelph
- Dr. Jane Heffernan, York University
- Dr. James Watmough, University of New Brunswick
Summer school participants will have their accommodation and meal costs covered. Accommodations will be booked for participants. Participants are responsible for organizing their own transportation to Bonne Bay Marine Station.
The summer school is also supported by Mathematics for Public Health, the Canadian Network for Modelling Infectious Diseases, the One Health Modelling Network for Emerging Infections, Memorial University, and the Canadian Centre for Disease Modelling.
For further details, and to apply for this Summer School, please visit the Dedicated Summer School Web Site.
Dr. Amy Hurford, (Organizer)
Biology DeptDepartment of Mathematics & Statistics Memorial University of Newfoundland and Labrador