Sorted by event type/year.

2017

  1. August 2017. (Conference). The XI Americas Conference on Differential Equations and Nonlinear Analysis. University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta. Metapopulation models of spread of infectious diseases in discrete space. Plenary presentation.
  2. June 2017. (Conference). 2017 China-Canada International Conference on Disease Modelling. Shanghai, China. On the spatial and temporal spread of infectious pathogens.
  3. May 2017. (Conference). SIAM Conference on Applications of Dynamical Systems. Snowbird, Utah, USA. Spatial and temporal spread of infectious pathogens.
  4. February 2017. (Seminar). Mathematical Biology Seminar. Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah, USA. Spread of infectious pathogens in (discrete) space.
  5. February 2017. (Seminar). Combinatorics Seminar. Winnipeg, Manitoba. Some applications of Graph Theory in Mathematical Biology.

2016

  1. November 2016. (Conference). Population Models in the 21st Century. Mathematical Biosciences Institute, Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, USA. Modelling-assisted disease surveillance.
  2. September 2016. (School). CIMPA School on Mathematical Epidemiology. Yaounde, Cameroon. 9 hours of lectures on Spatial and temporal spread of infectious pathogens and Time spent in a state - modelling consequences.
  3. July 2016. (Conference). ECMTB 2016. Nottingham, UK. Spatial aspects in vaccination.
  4. June 2016. (School). MBI-CDM School on Mathematical Epidemiology. Mathematical Biosciences Institute, Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, USA. 2 courses: Metapopulations for the spatial and temporal spread of infectious pathogens - Some motivation and Deterministic models & More on metapopulations - Data, Stochastic and applied models.
  5. June 2016. (Conference). CAIMS 2016. Edmonton, Alberta. Effect of space on the stochastic phase of an epidemic.
  6. April 2016. (Conference). YIHR Student Symposium. York University, Toronto, Ontario. The spatiotemporal spread of infectious diseases. Keynote speaker.
  7. March 2016. (Seminar). Seminar. University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Ontario. Modelling the spatial and temporal spread of infectious pathogens.

2015

  1. November 2015. (Seminar). Seminar. Centre for Mathematical Medicine, Fields Institute, Toronto, Ontario. Population mobility and the spatial and temporal spread of infectious diseases.
  2. November 2015. (Seminar). Café Mathématique. Fields Institute, Toronto, Ontario. Modelling the spatial and temporal spread of infectious pathogens.
  3. July 2015. (Conference). SMB 2015. Atlanta, Georgia, USA. Spread of infectious pathogens using the Global Air Transportation Network as a conduit.

2014

  1. December 2014. (Seminar). Seminar. Durham University, UK. The spatial and temporal spread of infectious pathogens.
  2. May 2014. (Seminar). Colloquium. Central South University, Changsha, China. Mathematical modelling to connect disease surveillance and risk assessment.
  3. May 2014. (Seminar). Colloquium. National University of Defense Technology, Changsha, China. Mathematical modelling to connect disease surveillance and risk assessment.
  4. May 2014. (Seminar). Colloquium. Changsha University of Science and Technology, Changsha, China. Mathematical modelling to connect disease surveillance and risk assessment.
  5. April 2014. (Seminar). Seminar. Emerging Pathogens Institute, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida, USA. Spatial and temporal spread of infectious pathogens in discrete space.
  6. April 2014. (Seminar). Centre for Disease Modelling Distinguished Lecture Series. York University, Toronto, Ontario. Spatial and temporal spread of infectious pathogens in discrete space.
  7. March 2014. (School). CDM School on Mathematical Epidemiology. UNISA and University of Pretoria, South Africa. 4 courses: More on basic modelling methods, Stochastic modelling of epidemic spread, Metapopulations for the spatial spread of infectious pathogens & The global air transportation network and the spread of infectious pathogens.
  8. March 2014. (Seminar). Seminar. UNISA, Johannesburg, South Africa. Using models and data to study the global spread of SARS.
  9. March 2014. (Seminar). Seminar. University of Pretoria, Pretoria, South Africa. Sensitivity, elasticity, parameter identification and result evaluation in epidemic models.
  10. February 2014. (Seminar). Mathematical Biology Seminar. McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario. The global air transportation network and the fast spatio-temporal spread of infectious pathogens.
  11. January 2014. (School). CDM School on Mathematical Epidemiology. IIT Roorkee, India. 2 courses: Metapopulations for the spatial spread of infectious pathogens & The global air transportation network and the spread of infectious pathogens.

2013

  1. November 2013. (Conference). BIOMAT 2013 International Symposium on Mathematical and Computational Biology. Fields Institute, Toronto. Using Models To Link Surveillance and Global Air Transportation Data.
  2. September 2013. (School). CIMPA School. Université Gaston Berger, Saint Louis, Senegal. Metapopulation models in epidemiology.
  3. August 2013. (Conference). AMMCS 2013. Waterloo, Ontario, Canada. The spatio-temporal spread of drug-resistant tuberculosis. Session plenary presentation.
  4. June 2013. (Conference). Conférence Internationale de la SFBT 2013. Dakar, Sénégal. Propagation spatio-temporelle des épidémies: théorie et pratique. Plenary presentation.
  5. May 2013. (Conference). MPE Workshop Major and Neglected Diseases in Africa. Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Movement of individuals and TB.
  6. May 2013. (School). CDM Summer School on Mathematical Epidemiology. York University.
  7. May 2013. (Seminar). Seminar. Department of Mathematics, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida, USA. Considerations about the spatial spread of infectious pathogens.

2012

  1. December 2012. (Conference). CMS Winter Meeting. Montreal, Quebec, Canada. A metapopulation model for tuberculosis.
  2. December 2012. (Conference). Conference en l'honneur de Gauthier Sallet. Saint-Louis, Senegal. Titre à préciser (On the global spread of infectious pathogens driven by the use by Gauthier Sallet (and several others) of the global air transportation system). Plenary presentation.
  3. December 2012. (Conference). Journées CEGEP. Montréal, Québec, Canada. Modélisation des épidémies, leur contrôle et leur propagation spatio-temporelle.
  4. October 2012. (Seminar). Colloquium. Department of Mathematics, University of Manitoba, Manitoba, Canada. Some mathematical problems arising in models for the spatio-temporal spread of infectious pathogens.
  5. August 2012. (Conference). Centre for Disease Modelling Workshop on Tuberculosis. Toronto, Ontario, Canada. A metapopulation model for tuberculosis.
  6. June 2012. (Conference). CAIMS Annual General Meeting. Toronto, Ontario, Canada. A model for mass gatherings.
  7. May 2012. (School). PIMS-MPrime-CDM Summer School on Mathematical Epidemiology. University of Alberta.
  8. May 2012. (Conference). Canada-China meeting on epidemiology. Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. A framework for filtering surveillance data using global air transportation information.
  9. March 2012. (Conference). Evolution and spread of disease. Mathematical Biosciences Institute, Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, USA. A model for the propagation of resistance to a parasite in vectors.

2011

  1. August 2011. (Conference). Canada-India Symposium on Modelling and Informatics of Disease and Environment. York University, Toronto, Ontario. A metapopulation model for the spread of malaria.
  2. August 2011. (Conference). 2011 Workshop for Young Researchers in Mathematical Biology. Mathematical Biosciences Institute, Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, USA. Diseases in metapopulations. Plenary presentation.
  3. July 2011. (Conference). Butler Memorial Conference. University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta. A few considerations about metapopulations.
  4. July 2011. (Conference). Exploratory Workshop on Emerging Infectious Diseases and Mathematical Modelling. Centre de Recerca Matemàtica (CRM), Barcelona, Spain. Diseases in metapopulations, theory and examples (2 presentations).
  5. January 2011. (Conference). MITACS Special Focus Program on Networks. Vancouver, British Columbia. Predicting the global spread of infectious diseases. Plenary presentation.
  6. January 2011. (Conference). Mathematics in Emerging Infectious Disease Management. Centro Internacional de Ciencias A.C., Cuernavaca, Mexico. Global air transportation and the spread of infectious diseases.

2010

  1. October 2010. (Seminar). Statistics Colloquium. Winnipeg, Manitoba. The global air transportation network and the spread of infectious pathogens.
  2. October 2010. (Conference). Red Raider Minisymposium. Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas, USA. The mathematics of the Bio.Diaspora Project. Plenary presentation.
  3. August 2010. (School). MITACS Summer School on Mathematical Epidemiology. Saint Louis, Senegal.
  4. August 2010. (Conference). Summer 2010 Thematic Program on the Mathematics of Drug Resistance in Infectious Diseases - Theme Weeks on Transmission Heterogeneity. Fields Institute, Toronto, Ontario. Studying the spread of infectious diseases using the global air transportation network as a conduit - the Bio.Diaspora Project.
  5. June 2010. (Conference). Annual General Meeting of the Marocan Society for Mathematics and Applications (SM2A). Rabat, Morocco. Théorie des métapopulations.
  6. June 2010. (Conference). CMPD3. Bordeaux, France. Infectious diseases and the global air transportation network.
  7. June 2010. (Conference). Journées du laboratoire de mathématiques et dynamique de populations (LMDP). Marrakesh, Morocco. Propagation des épidémies par le biais du réseau de transport aérien mondial. Plenary presentation.
  8. May 2010. (Conference). MITACS AGM. Edmonton, Alberta. The spread of influenza using the global air transportation network as a conduit.
  9. March 2010. (Seminar). IDEA Seminar. Fields Institute, Toronto, Ontario. Viruses on a plane – The mathematics in the Bio.Diaspora Project.
  10. January 2010. (Seminar). Colloquium of the IMB. Bordeaux, France. Maladies infectieuses et métapopulations - Théorie et applications.

2009

  1. December 2009. (Conference). Entretiens Jacques Cartier. Lyon, France. Modèles de maladies infectieuses par métapopulations.
  2. September 2009. (Conference). Mitigating the Global Spread of Influenza II. BC CDC, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. The Bio.Diaspora project - Global air travel and infectious diseases.
  3. August 2009. (School). MITACS Summer School on Mathematical Epidemiology. Yaoundé, Cameroon.
  4. June 2009. (Conference). Mitigating the Global Spread of Influenza. ASU, Tempe, Arizona, USA. The global spread of Influenza A/H1N1. Plenary presentation.
  5. June 2009. (Conference). SIAM Annual Meeting. Denver, Colorado, USA. Antivirals and vaccination for pandemic influenza.
  6. May 2009. (School). School on the Mathematics of Invasions in Ecology and Epidemiology. Banff International Research Centre, Banff, Alberta, Canada.
  7. May 2009. (Conference). Mathematical Immunology of Infectious Diseases. Banff International Research Station, Banff, Alberta, Canada. Strategies for controlling an influenza pandemic using antivirals and vaccination.
  8. March 2009. (Seminar). Seminar. University of New Brunswick, Fredericton, New Brunswick. Using metapopulations to describe the spatio-temporal spread of infectious diseases.
  9. March 2009. (Conference). PHAC Research Forum. Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Mathematical models for the spatio-temporal spread of infectious diseases. Plenary presentation.
  10. March 2009. (Seminar). Applied and Computational Mathematics seminar. University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. The global air transportation network. Some notions of applied graph theory.
  11. February 2009. (Conference). Modélisation mathématique et spatiale en santé publique. Ecole Veterinaire, St Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada. Metapopulation models in infectious diseases. Plenary presentation.
  12. February 2009. (School). MITACS Winter School on Mathematical Epidemiology. Ottawa, Canada.
  13. January 2009. (Seminar). Colloquium. University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta.

2008

  1. November 2008. (Conference). ICAV Seventh International Symposium, Challenging Pandemics. Beijing, China. Centre for Disease Modelling activities on pandemic influenza and antivirals. Plenary presentation.
  2. October 2008. (Conference). MITACS-PHAC Workshop on Pandemic Preparedness. Winnipeg, Manitoba. The global air transportation network and infectious disease spread.
  3. September 2008. (Conference). Meeting of the Codigeosim project. York University, Toronto, Ontario. Metapopulation models of disease spread.
  4. June 2008. (Conference). Annual meeting of the SFBT. Saint Flour, France. Rôle des données en épidémiologie mathématique. Plenary presentation.
  5. June 2008. (Conference). Differential Equations and Applications to Mathematical Biology. Le Havre, France. Effect of switching of incidence functions.
  6. June 2008. (Conference). Mathematical Biology Workshop. Centre International de Rencontre Mathématique, Luminy (Marseille), France. Transmission of resistance to the pathogen in the vectors of a vector-host disease.
  7. June 2008. (Conference). Second Canada-France meeting of the mathematical sciences. Montréal, Québec, Canada.. Resistance to the pathogen in the vectors of a vector-host disease.
  8. May 2008. (Conference). China-Canada Conference on Mathematical Epidemiology. Fudan University, Shanghai, China. Modelling the spread of a disease between cities of very different sizes.
  9. May 2008. (School). MITACS Summer School on Mathematical Epidemiology. University of Alberta.
  10. May 2008. (Conference). Workshop on Water and Vector-borne diseases. Nanjing Normal University, Nanjing, China. Effect of the introduction of pathogen-resistant vectors in a vector-borne disease.
  11. April 2008. (Conference). First Validation and Verification conference. Banff, Alberta.
  12. February 2008. (Conference). PHAC Meeting on the spatial spread of diseases. Vancouver, British Columbia.

2007

  1. October 2007. (Seminar). Applied and Computational Mathematics Seminar. University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Manitoba.
  2. July 2007. (School). MITACS Summer School on Mathematical Epidemiology. Centres for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia, USA.
  3. June 2007. (Seminar). MBI Postdocs Seminar. Mathematical Biosciences Institute, Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, USA.
  4. May 2007. (Conference). CAIMS AGM. Banff, Alberta.
  5. May 2007. (Conference). Organizational meeting. Beijing, China.
  6. April 2007. (Seminar). Internet Innovation Centre. University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Manitoba.
  7. March 2007. (Conference). Mathematics of Global Public Health. Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona, USA.
  8. February 2007. (Seminar). Mathematical Biology seminar. University of Alberta.
  9. January 2007. (Conference). AMS Joint Meeting. New Orleans, Louisiana, USA.

2006

  1. December 2006. (Conference). CMS Winter Meeting. University of Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
  2. August 2006. (School). Cursos de Verano 2006. El Escorial (Madrid), Spain.
  3. July 2006. (Conference). Recent Developments in the Theory of Differential Equations. Guangzhou, China.
  4. July 2006. (Seminar). Colloquium. Southwest University, Chongqing, China.
  5. June 2006. (Conference). Marrakech 2006 World Conference on Differential Equations and Applications. Marrakech, Morocco.
  6. May 2006. (Conference). China-Canada Joint Program on Modeling Infectious Diseases. Xi'an Jiaotong University, Xi'an, China.
  7. May 2006. (School). School of the China-Canada meeting on Mathematical Epidemiology. Xi'an, China.
  8. January 2006. (Seminar). Math Club. University of Manitoba.

2005

  1. December 2005. (Conference). CMS Winter Meeting. University of Victoria, B.C., Canada.
  2. October 2005. (Conference). SIAM Conference on Mathematics for Industry. Detroit, MI, USA.
  3. July 2005. (Conference). AMS-IMS-SIAM Joint Summer Research Meeting on Modelling the Dynamics of Human Diseases: Emerging Paradigms and Challenges. Snowbird Summer and Ski Resort, Utah, USA.
  4. June 2005. (Conference). CMS Summer Meeting. University of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada.
  5. April 2005. (Conference). Dynamics Days 2005. UOIT, Oshawa, Ontario, Canada.
  6. April 2005. (Seminar). BioMS seminar. University of Guelph.
  7. March 2005. (Seminar). Colloquium. University of Manitoba.
  8. January 2005. (Seminar). Colloquium. University of Ottawa.

2004

  1. November 2004. (Seminar). Applied Mathematics Seminar. York University. Diseases in metapopulations: challenges and (some) solutions.
  2. July 2004. (Conference). International Conference on Nonlinear Dynamics and Evolution Equations. St John's, Newfoundland, Canada. Diseases in metapopulation models.
  3. July 2004. (Conference). MITACS/PIMS/MSRI Special Program on Infectious Diseases. Banff International Research Station (BIRS), Banff, Alberta, Canada. Heterogeneous patch models.
  4. July 2004. (Conference). First Joint Canada-France meeting of the mathematical sciences. Toulouse, France. Propagation of diseases in patch populations.
  5. June 2004. (Conference). Prix Ovide Arino. Tlemcen, Algeria. Plenary presentation.
  6. June 2004. (Conference). MITACS AGM. Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.
  7. June 2004. (Conference). CMS Summer Meeting. Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. Competitor-mediated coexistence in a chemostat with variable yield.
  8. June 2004. (Conference). AIMS Fifth International Conference on Dynamical Systems and Differential Equations. Pomona, California, USA. Disease propagation in heterogeneous populations and Time delays in epidemic models.
  9. May 2004. (Conference). Première Conférence Internationale de la SFBT. Marrakech, Morocco. Propagation des maladies dans des populations hétérogènes. Plenary presentation.
  10. May 2004. (School). MITACS Summer School on Mathematical Epidemiology. Banff International Research Station, Banff, Alberta.
  11. January 2004. (Conference). Journées de Mathématiques à la mémoire du Professeur Ovide Arino. Marrakech, Morocco. Propagation d'une épidémie dans un digraphe.

2003

  1. September 2003. (Conference). Alcalá Second International Conference on Mathematical Ecology. Alcalá, Spain. A model for the spatial spread of a multi-species disease.
  2. August 2003. (Conference). Posta 2003. Rome, Italy. The basic reproduction number in a multi-city compartmental epidemic model.
  3. June 2003. (Conference). Fourth G. Butler Memorial Conference. Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Disease propagation in a network of cities.
  4. January 2003. (Seminar). Applied Mathematics Seminar. McMaster University. The basic reproduction number R0. Two examples.

2002

  1. October 2002. (Seminar). Biophysics Seminar. University of Alberta. Time delays in epidemic models: modeling and numerical considerations.
  2. October 2002. (Seminar). Graduate Seminar. University of Victoria. A multicity epidemic model.
  3. September 2002. (School). Marrakech School on Delay differential equations and applications. Marrakech, Morocco. Time delays in epidemic models: modeling and numerical considerations.
  4. September 2002. (Seminar). Séminaire UR GEODES. IRD Bondy, France. Le nombre de reproduction élémentaire: deux exemples.
  5. July 2002. (Conference). Mathematical Modeling & Computing in Biology and Medicine Conference. Milan, Italy. Vaccination and waning in a model of infectious disease transmission.
  6. June 2002. (Conference). DIMACS International Conference on Computation and Mathematical Epidemiology. Rutgers University, NJ, USA. A multicity epidemic model.
  7. May 2002. (Conference). MITACS Biomedical theme meeting and AGM. UBC, Vancouver, B.C., Canada. A multicity epidemic model.

2001

  1. May 2001. (Conference). MITACS AGM. McGill University, Montréal, Quebec, Canada. Reproduction numbers for compartmental models of disease transmission.
  2. March 2001. (Seminar). Dynamics Seminar. University of Victoria. Size-structured population models of phytoplankton growth in the chemostat. II. A discrete-time system describing cellular death & A continuous time system with cellular death and maintenance..
  3. February 2001. (Seminar). Dynamics Seminar. University of Victoria. Size-structured population models of phytoplankton growth in the chemostat. I. Biological and Mathematical background.
  4. February 2001. (Seminar). Graduate Seminar. University of Victoria. Modelling of the growth of micro-organisms in a laboratory ecosystem. Description of cellular size and cellular division.

2000

  1. October 2000. (Seminar). Doctoral days. INRIA Sophia Antipolis. Modèles structurés d'un ecosystème marin de laboratoire.
  2. August 2000. (Conference). DESTOBIO 2000. Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, USA. A Size-Structured, Non Conservative ODE Model of the Chemostat.
  3. May 2000. (Conference). Annual meeting of the GdR CoReV. INA Paris-Grignon, France. Un modèle structuré discret de croissance dans le chemostat. Division cellulaire non égale.

1999

  1. October 1999. (Seminar). Doctoral days. INRIA Sophia Antipolis. Modèles structurés de croissance du phytoplancton en chemostat. Un modèle en temps discret.
  2. July 1999. (Conference). 3rd International Conference Theory and Mathematics in Medicine and Biology (TMBM'99). Amsterdam, Netherlands. Size structured models for the chemostat; comparison with experiments.
  3. June 1999. (Conference). European Summer School Mathematics of Cell Physiology and Proliferation. Termoli, Italy. A structured, discrete model of phytoplankton growth in the chemostat. Comparison with experiments.
  4. April 1999. (Conference). Annual meeting of the GdR CoRev (1107). CIRM Luminy, Marseille, France. Un modèle discret de chemostat structuré. Comparaison avec des résultats expérimentaux.