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SESSION: Computational Methods for Biosurveillance
EVENT TYPE: Workshop
TIME: 9:00AM - 5:30PM
Organizer(s):Robert Cottingham, Richard Stouder
ROOM:Hyatt Leonesa III
ABSTRACT: Biosurveillance has been primarily based on PCR detection, and intelligence gathering and analysis. With the increasing potential for terrorist engineered threats, and the computational means to detect both natural and synthetic threats, this workshop brings together experts in related capabilities, both biological and computational, to consider existing and proposed methods for computational biosurveillance. The workshop aims to provide an integrated view of the state of the art, identify technical challenges, and develop a vision for the future of computational biosurveillance. Relevant topics include data intensive computing for analysis of multiple real-time data streams, genomic and transcriptomic analysis of environmental samples, social network analysis, sensor network integration, spatial analysis and visualization, agent-based simulation.