Publications Linked to V-KEMS Activity
14th November 2022 - A paper on Getting the most out of maths: How to coordinate mathematical modelling research to support a pandemic, lessons learnt from three initiatives that were part of the COVID-19 response in the UK has been published in the Elsevier Journal of Theoretical Biology. This describes three initiatives (V-KEMS, IDP research programme and RAMP) that sought to address the challenge of coordinating the wider research interest so as to enhance the UK’s capacity to provide mathematical modelling research to support scientific advice to the UK government.
24th July 2022 - Working paper on Test Trace and Isolate for epidemic control: lessons learnt from COVID-19 in the UK and preparing for future pandemics has been published following the December workshop.
22nd June 2022 - A summary slide was published for each challenge from The Public Perception of Science Virtual Study Group and can be found here:
4th August 2021 - SARS-CoV-2 infection in UK university students: lessons from September–December 2020 and modelling insights for future student return was published following the initial discussions at the Unlocking Higher Education Spaces Study Group.
21st February 2021 - SARS-COV-2 Infection in UK University Students: Lessons from September-December 2020 and Modelling Insights for Future Student Return. This pre-print is from the 2020 "Infectious Dynamics of Pandemics" programme and follows on from initial discussions at the Unlocking Higher Education Spaces Study Group.
July 2020 - Assessing Risk in the Retail Environment during the COVID-19 Pandemic was submitted to the Royal Society Proceedings A
2nd July 2020 - Unlocking Higher Education Spaces - What Might Mathematics Tell Us was published.
12th June 2020 - V-KEMS featured in the Mathematics Today IMA Article – The Virtual Forum for Knowledge Exchange.
2nd June 2020 - Operations Manual for Running a Virtual Study Group published.
7th May 2020 - Working Paper published on Guiding Principles for Unlocking the Workforce - What Can Mathematics Tell Us?.
April 2020 - UK Mathematical Sciences Expertise for Agrifood Supply Chain & Logistics paper published.