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Network Science and Engineering Group

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3108 Engineering Hall
1701D Platt St.
Manhattan, KS 66506
785-532-5600
Fax: 785-532-1188

Hours: 8 am-12pm, 1pm-5pm M-F

Network Science Projects

Current Projects

ksuDisease modeling for risk analysis of NBAF-targeted animal disease agents

Image result for nih symbolThe protease network that regulates innate immunity in mosquitoes

nsfData Generation for the Beef Cattle Production Infrastructure and the Transportation Services Infrastructure in Southwestern Kansas (NSF link)

nsfp-Modulus on Networks with Applications to the Study of Epidemics (NSF link)

usdaLong-Distance Dispersal and Disease Outbreaks: Effects of Initial Prevalence, Basic Reproduction Number, and Control Tactics (USDA link)

usdaModeling Japanese Encephalitis in the US using Interconnected Networks (USDA link)

 

 

Completed Projects

nsfSpreading Processes over Multilayer and Interconnected Networks (NSF link)

nsfThe effectiveness of contact tracing for detection of Ebola risk during the early introduction of the virus (NSF link)

ksuBeefing up the Beef Transport System (Global Food Systems Initiative)

ceezadModeling Rift Valley fever  and testing efficient mitigation strategies for the United States

nsfProblems in Function Theory with Applications in Epidemic Modeling (NSF link)

ksuInterconnection of Human Responsive Behavior Patterns and Epidemic Spread Dynamics

usdaNetwork models for soybean rust epidemics: Adapting to aerially-dispersed pathogens

ksuNetwork partitioning for mitigation of epidemics

ksuAgent-based simulation for zoonotic diseases in rural region

ksuA Network-based Model Approach for Efficient Epidemic Strategies for the City of Chanute, Kansas

Image result for nakfi logo  Quality of Care and Network Properties of Outpatient Health Care Delivery

nsfComplex network approach to epidemic spreading in rural regions

ksuPredicting rabies exposure risk and evaluating intervention methods

ksuA novel diffusion model describing the absorption of chemicals through complex biological membranes

ksuOptimizing antimicrobial treatment regimens to minimize the spread of resistance

ksuTheory and design of robust complex networks