Infectious Disease Outbreaks


Please refer to this page for more details on this lecture series:

The goal of this series of talks is to present multiple aspects of mathematical modelling to address important problems relevant to infectious disease outbreaks. Such problems can be addressed from many different angles from data, to mathematical models, to simulations and their combinations. COVID-19 pandemic will indeed be one of major topics in this series of lectures. We organize this series of lectures, in between France (Europe) and Canada (North America), to bring together mathematicians from both continents.

Please contact Quentin Griette, University of Bordeaux, for more information on this lecture series: .




  • Next session will take place on October 28 2020
  • October 28 2020

  • 17H00-17H45, Lionel Roques, INRAE Avignon, France TBA
  • 17H45-18H30, Troy Day, Queen's University, Canada TBA
  • November 12 2020

  • 17H00-17H45, Robin Thompson, Oxford University, UK TBA

  • 17H45-18H30, Jorge X. Velasco-Hernandez, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Mexico TBA
  • November 26 2020

  • 17H00-17H45, Etienne Pardoux, Aix Marseille Université, France TBA