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Presented By: The Center for the Study of Complex Systems

MICDE and The School of Public Health present: Computing our way out of a pandemic: Modeling in the face of COVID-19

Featuring Complex Systems faculty member panelists - Co-organizer: Marisa Eisenberg

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This virtual symposium will bring together researchers from the State of Michigan to share their past and future insights into the pandemic.

“Researchers from the University of Michigan and around the state have used their expertise to inform our society’s pandemic response at the global, national, state and local levels. A critical aspect of this work has been the use of mathematical, computational and statistical models to guide decision-making and help us decide how to best confront this terrible virus. This symposium will allow us to learn about the amazing work that has been done to date to develop and apply computational models for COVID-19 response. “
- University of Michigan President Mark S. Schlissel

Featuring Complex Systems Faculty Member Panelists:
Marisa Eisenberg (Co-organizer)
Luis Zaman
Carl Simon (Emeritus)

and CSCS Affiliated Faculty Members:
Joe Eisenberg
James Koopman (Emeritus)

Registration Required - see event link.
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May 6, 2021 (Thursday) 9:00am
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