Research rounds for graduate students: Pandemic research from different disciplines

The Institute for Pandemics (IfP) invites University of Toronto graduate students to learn about pandemic research in different disciplines at the research rounds for graduate students webinar. Two IfP members will give presentations that describe the research involved in their recently awarded IfP catalyst grants.

Dionne Aleman, an associate professor in the department of mechanical and industrial engineering at U of T, will discuss her work on interpretable surrogate modelling for agent-based simulations to better inform COVID-19 decision-making. András Tilcsik, who holds the Canada Research Chair in Strategy, Organizations, and Society at the Rotman School of Management, will also share his research on addressing workplace inequities to facilitate an equitable recovery.

Registration is open to U of T graduate students only. A U of T email address is required to register.