Workshop and Summer School 2022


Our first workshop and summer school will take place in Bremen, Germany, 23. June – 1. July 2022. Physical attendance is currently possible by invitation only. If you are interested in participating virtually, please contact Prof. Dr. Förster.

All session will be online via Zoom, except for the conversTations and discussions.

AGENDA Workshop

When:  23.-25. June 2022
Where: University of Bremen Campus, NW1, Studierhaus (ground floor)

Thursday, 23. June 2022

  • 9:30 Opening and welcome notes
    (Anna Förster, Peter Haddawy, Eva Feichtner, Marejke Baethge-Assenkamp, Nopraenue Sajjarax Dhirathiti, Pattanasak Mongkolwat).
  • 10:00 Project overview (Anna Förster)
  • 10:30 Coffee break and press photo
  • 11:00 Output commitments and timeline (Anna Förster)
  • 12:30 Lunch break
  • 13:30 Overview master program in Mahidol University, Saranath Lawpoolsri
  • 14:00 conversTations about individual teaching topics (Anna Förster)
  • 15:30 Coffee Break
  • 16:00 conversTations about individual teaching topics (Anna Förster)
  • 17:30 End

Friday, 24. June 2022

  • 9:30 Showcase projects brainstorming (Thomas Barkowsky, Peter Haddawy)
  • 11:00 Coffee break
  • 11:30 New projects and research ideas brainstorming
  • 12:30 Lunch break 
  • 13:30 Project coordination, next events
  • 14:30 Administrative objectives, e.g. credit transfer (Peter Haddawy)
  • 15:00 Coffee Break
  • 15:30 Summary of the workshop and various topics (Anna Förster)
  • 16:30 End
  • 17:00 Social event: Beer and Flammkuchen at Haus am Walde (self-paid)

Saturday, 25. June 2022

  • 9:30 Excursion to Klimahaus Bremerhaven.
    More information under Social Events (page 7).

 

AGENDA Summer School

When:  27. June – 1. July 2022
Where: University of Bremen Campus, NW1, Studierhaus (ground floor)

Monday, 27. June 2022: Mosquito monitoring systems 1

  • 9:30 Welcome & Overview, Thomas Barkowsky, Peter Haddawy
  • 9:45 Why we need to count and classify mosquitoes, Saranath Lawpoolsri
  • 10:45 Coffee break
  • 11:15 Conventional approaches to mosquito monitoring and their limitations, Patchara Sriwichai, Saranath Lawpoolsri
  • 12:00 Mosquito Entomology, Patchara Sriwichai
  • 13:00 Lunch break
  • 14:30 Introduction to Sensor Networks and their Applications, Jens Dede
  • 15:30 Coffee break
  • 16:00 Summary of the day, Discussion, Peter Haddawy, Thomas Barkowsky
  • 17:00 End

Tuesday, 28. June 2022: Mosquito monitoring systems 2

  • 10:30 Welcome coffee
  • 11:00 Introduction to day 2, Peter Haddawy, Thomas Barkowsky
  • 11:15 Modeling the mosquito auditory system, Tim Ziemer (paper)
  • 12:00 Prototype bio-acoustic sensors, Dinarte Vasconcelos (paper)
  • 13:00 Lunch break
  • 14:30 CNN-based classification and detection/classification pipeline, Akara Supratak (paper1, paper2)
  • 16:15 Coffee break
  • 16:45 Practical issues in mosquito sensor design, Michael Weber
  • 17:45 Introduction to Edge Impulse, Dolvara Gunatilaka
  • 18:45 Summary of the day, Peter Haddawy
  • 19:00 End

Wednesday, 29. June 2022: Clinical decision support

  • 9:30 Overview of the section, Anuwat Wiratsudakul, Peter Haddawy
  • 9:45 Dengue prognostic prediction project: From data to bedside,
    Dumrong Mairiang, Panisadee Avirutnan 
  • 10:30 ConversTations & Coffee Break
  • 13:00 Lunch
  • 14:00 SecureMed: the proper medication for the right patient at the right time, Alessandro Puiatti
  • 14:45 Predictive modeling, Myat Su Yin, Peter Haddawy
  • 15:30 Coffee break
  • 16:00 Clinical data management and decision support tools,
    Jennifer Horstmann
  • 16:45 Summary of the day, Anuwat Wiratsudakul
  • 18:30 Social dinner (Haus am Walde)

Thursday, 30. June 2022: Public health decision support

  • 9:30 Recap of the previous day, Today’s agenda, Anuwat Wiratsudakul
  • 9.45 Monitoring school absenteeism to enhance disease surveillance, Saranath Lawpoolsri
  • 10:30 Communication and data management, Thomas Barkowsky
  • 11:15 Coffee break
  • 11:30 Data gathering for modeling projects, Anuwat Wiratsudakul 
  • Gathering of human mobility data, Thomas Barkowsky
  • 12:30 Lunch
  • 14:00 Modeling the relation between mobility and malaria transmission, Chaitawat Sa-ngamuang 
  • 14:45 Risk assessments of Streptococcus suis outbreaks in Thailand for
    decision supports to reduce the transmission of zoonosis,
    Chanatda Tungwongjulaniam
  • 15:30 Coffee break
  • 15:45 Modeling of malaria transmission, Peter Haddawy
  • 16:30 VR environmental simulation: A virtual coral reef, Gabriel Zachmann
  • 17:15 Summary of the day, Anuwat Wiratsudakul

Friday, 1. July 2022: Modeling applications in public health
(ATTENTION NEW LOCATION: MEVIS)

9:30 Recap of the previous day and agenda for the day, Anuwat Wiratsudakul

9:45 TanRabad Software Suite, Pongsakorn Sadakorn

10:30 A Collaborative Platform Supporting Distributed Teams in Visualization and Analysis of Infectious Disease Data, Florian Vögtle

11:15 Coffee break

11:30 Relationship between infection dynamics and meteorological conditions via the abundance of mosquito vectors: the case of Rift Valley fever,
Dominique Bicout  (book)

12:15 Lunch

13:30 Early-phase risk assessments during the first epidemic year of African swine fever outbreaks in Vietnamese pigs for decision support to reduce the transmission, Mai Thi Ngan

14:15 Modeling the areas required to vaccinate dogs for rabies control,
Anuwat Wiratsudakul

15:30 Coffee break

15.45 Summer school summary and discussion, Anna Förster, Peter Haddawy

16:30 End