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  • 1.  Seminar Topics

    EARLY CAREER MEMBER
    Posted 06-23-2020 17:09
    Does anyone have any ideas for seminar / webinar topics they would like to hear? The committee is hoping to organize a few webinars that will benefit the larger group. Feel free to post topics you could personally present on or share as well!

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    Alison Deatsch
    Postdoctoral Researcher
    University of Wisconsin - Madison
    deatsch@wisc.edu
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  • 2.  RE: Seminar Topics

    Posted 07-13-2020 17:01
    Great idea!

    I, personally, would be quite interested in hearing about some of the computational modeling involved.  This would include, but would not be limited to, machine learning techniques, network models, and distributed computing models.
    Thanks!

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    Michael Famiano
    Professor
    Western Michigan Univ
    Kalamazoo MI
    (269) 387-4931
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  • 3.  RE: Seminar Topics

    Topical Group Officer
    Posted 07-14-2020 00:22

    Thanks Michael,

    for expressing your interest! Computational modeling is certainly on top of our list! In addition to the webinars, we are thinking of opening forum for modeling resources (e.g., codes, links to data) that people could contribute/use. Would that be of interest?

    Thanks,

    Robert



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    Robert Jeraj
    University of Wisconsin - Madison
    Madison WI
    (608) 263-8619
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  • 4.  RE: Seminar Topics

    Posted 07-14-2020 14:39

    Hi Robert;

    That would definitely be of interest to me anyway!  I'm thinking many of the resources we used for thermonuclear reaction networks might be applicable to modeling populations and spread of disease.

    Thanks!
    mike

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    Robert Jeraj
    Jul 14, 2020 12:22 AM
    Robert Jeraj

    Thanks Michael,

    for expressing your interest! Computational modeling is certainly on top of our list! In addition to the webinars, we are thinking of opening forum for modeling resources (e.g., codes, links to data) that people could contribute/use. Would that be of interest? 

    Thanks,

    Robert



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    Robert Jeraj
    University of Wisconsin - Madison
    Madison WI
    (608) 263-8619
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    Original Message:
    Sent: 7/14/2020 12:22:00 AM
    From: Robert Jeraj
    Subject: RE: Seminar Topics

    Thanks Michael,

    for expressing your interest! Computational modeling is certainly on top of our list! In addition to the webinars, we are thinking of opening forum for modeling resources (e.g., codes, links to data) that people could contribute/use. Would that be of interest?

    Thanks,

    Robert



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    Robert Jeraj
    University of Wisconsin - Madison
    Madison WI
    (608) 263-8619
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    Original Message:
    Sent: 07-13-2020 17:00
    From: Michael Famiano
    Subject: Seminar Topics

    Great idea!

    I, personally, would be quite interested in hearing about some of the computational modeling involved.  This would include, but would not be limited to, machine learning techniques, network models, and distributed computing models.
    Thanks!

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    Michael Famiano
    Professor
    Western Michigan Univ
    Kalamazoo MI
    (269) 387-4931