Section: Application Domains
Life Science & Health
In parallel to the advances in modern medicine, health sciences and public health policy, epidemic models aided by computer simulations and information technologies offer an increasingly important tool for the understanding of transmission dynamics and of epidemic patterns. The increased computational power and use of Information and Communication Technologies makes feasible sophisticated modeling approaches augmented by detailed in vivo data sets, and allow to study a variety of possible scenarios and control strategies, helping and supporting the decision process at the scientific, medical and public health level. The research conducted in the D-NET project finds direct applications in the domain of LSH since modeling approaches crucially depend on our ability to describe the interactions of individuals in the population. In the MOSAR project we are collaborarting with the team of Pr. Didier Guillemot (Inserm/Institut. Pasteur/Université de Versailles). Within the TUBEXPO project, we are collaborationg with Pr. Jean-Christopge Lucet (Professeur des universités Paris VII – Praticien hospitalier APHP).