School of Mathematical Sciences
Virus Microscope Infection

Epidemic Modelling


Epidemic Modelling uses mathematics to study the mechanisms underlying the spread of infectious diseases such as covid-19, influenza, foot-and-mouth disease and Ebola. 

The Nottingham group has particular expertise in stochastic models. Areas of focus include:modelling epidemics with a structured underlying population (e.g. households, random networks, hospital wards and farms); rigorous analysis of stochastic epidemic models; analysis of disease outbreak data; bayesian computational methods for infectious disease data; assessing if future disease outbreaks can be prevented; analysis of the effect of intervention strategies such as vaccination. 




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School of Mathematical Sciences

The University of Nottingham
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