Publications and Presentations on STEM
Upcoming presentations on STEM
Two poster presentations will share the ongoing collaboration between IBM Research Division, Almaden Research Center, San Jose, CA, and the Federal Institute for Risk Assessment, Department for Biological Safety, Germany, at ISVEE 13, Building Bridges, Crossing Borders. ISVEE is the annual meeting of the International Society for Veterinary Epidemiology and Economics. It will be held in Maastricht, at the borders of Belgium and The Netherlands. For information about the meeting, go to .
The two presentations are:
"The SpatioTemporal Epidemiological Modeler: an open source framework for modeling food-borne disease." Authors: Kaufman JH (presenter), Davis M, Douglas JV, Edlund S, Hu K, Filter M, Wigger J-F, Thoens C, Weiser AA, Kaesbohrer A, Appel B.
"A community resource for spatial, temporal and food chain epidemiological modelling to assess risks in bio-terroristic or agro-terroristic crisis situations." Authors: Falenski A (presenter), Thoens C, Filter M, Kaesbohrer A, Appel B, Kaufman JH, Edlund S, Davis M, Douglas JV, Hu K.
Recent scientific publications and presentations describing research using STEM
Talks Online Featuring a talk at Epidemics 2009
Thoens C, Filter M, Kaesbohrer A, Appel B, Kaufman JH, Edlund S, Davis M, Hu K, "The Spatiotemporal Epidemiological Modeler, an Eclipse framework for spatial and temporal modeling of infectious diseases", Eclipse Integrated Development Day 2012, Berlin, Germany, May 30th, 2012.
Hu K, Thoens C, Edlund S, Davis M, Kaufman JH, "Disease Dynamics in Three Models of Dengue Fever", Proceedings of the 2012 Industrial and Systems Engineering Research Conference, Orlando, FL, USA, May 2012.
Hu K, Thoens C, Edlund S, Davis M, Kaufman JH, "STEM: A Platform for Modeling Complex Zoonotic Disease", Industrial and Systems Engineering Research Conference, Orlando, FL, USA, May 21th, 2012.
Kaufman JH, Edlund S, Davis M, Hu K, The SpatioTemporal Epidemiological Modeler: An open source framework for modeling infectious disease EE2 (EPIWORK/EPIFOR) 2nd International Workshop, Facing the Challenge of Infectious Diseases, Aosta, Italy, Jan 2012.
Edlund S, Davis M, Pieper J, Kershenbaum A, Waraporn N, Kaufman J. "A Global Study of Malaria Climate Susceptibility." Epidemics 3, November 29-December 2, 2011, Boston, MA
Hu K, Thoens C, Edlund S, Davis M, Kaufman JH, "Modeling Dengue Fever: An extra large data challenge", 5th Extremely Large Databases Conference (XLDB5), SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory, Menlo Park, CA, Oct. 2011.
Edlund S, Kaufman J, Lessler J, Douglas J, Bromberg M, Kaufman Z, Bassal R, Chodick G, Marom R, Shalev V, Mesika Y, Ram R, Leventhal A. 2011. "Comparing Three Basic Models for Seasonal Influenza," Epidemics, August 2011, 3(3):135-142. doi:10.1016/j.epidem.2011.04.002 
Ahued J, Morales J, Renly S, Edlund S, Kaufman J. "Improving Disease Surveillance Capabilities through a Public Health Information Affinity Domain", Proceedings of the 1st ACM International Health Informatics Symposium ACM New York, NY, USA 2010. doi 10.1145/1882992.1883079
Edlund S, Davis M, Kaufman J. "The Spatiotemporal Epidemiological Modeler", accepted ACM Digital Library and 1st ACM International Health Informatics Symposium, November 11-2, 2010 Arlington, VA
Renly S, Kaufman J, Ram R. "Improving Disease Surveillance Capabilities in IHE Health Information Exchanges", IADIS International Conference e-Health, June 2009, Algarve, Portugal.
Edlund S et al. "The Spatiotemporal Epidemiological Modeler", Workshop on Frontiers in the computational modeling of disease spreading, ICCS 2010, Amsterdam, May 31 - June 2, 2010
Keil WP. "Spatio-Temporal Epidemiologic Modeler (STEM)", Eclipse DemoCamp 2009, Vienna, Austria, November 2009. 
Edlund S, Bromberg M, Chodick G, Douglas J, Ford D, Kaufman Z, Lessler J, Marom R, Mesika Y, Ram R, Shalev V, Kaufman J. 2009. "A spatiotemporal model for influenza." HIC 2009, Frontiers of Health Informatics, Canberra, Australia, August 19-21, 2009. http://www.hisa.org.au/system/files/u2233/hic09-2_StefanEdlund.pdf
Kaufman J, Edlund S, Douglas J. 2009. "Infectious disease modeling: creating a community to respond to biological threats." Statistical Communications in Infectious Diseases, Vol 1, Issue 1, Article 1. The Berkeley Electronic Press. 
Kaufman J, Edlund S, Bromberg M, Chodick G, Lessler J, Mesika Yossi, Ram R, Douglas J, Kaufman Z, Levanthal A, Marom R, Shalev V. 2009. "Temporal and spatial effects of lunar calendar holidays on influenza A transmission in Israel." Accepted for presentation at Epidemics 2, Athens, Greece, December 2009.
Hulse CL, Conant JL, Kaufman JH, Edlund SB, Ford DA. “Development and Utilization of a Spatial and Temporal Modeling System to Investigate Disease Outbreaks in Vermont”, PHIN 2009 
Keil WP. 2009. "The spatiotemporal epidemiological modeller (STEM)." Presentation at epicenter 2009 Conference, Dublin, Ireland, Aug 28, 2009.
Edlund S, Kaufman J, Douglas J, Bromberg M, Kaufman A, Chodick G, Marom R, Shalev V, Lessler J, Mesika Y, Ram R, Leventhal A. 2009. "A study of two spatiotemporal models for seasonal influenza." in preparation.
Ford DA, Kaufman JH, Mesika Y. "Modeling in space and time: a framework for visualization and collaboration." In D Zeng et al. (eds), Infectious Disease Informatics and Biosurveillance, Integrated Series in Information Systems, 2011, Volume 27, Part 2, 191-206, DOI: 10.1007/978-1-4419-6892-0_9
Lessler J, Kaufman JH, Ford DA, Douglas JV. 2009. "The cost of simplifying air travel when modeling disease spread," PLoS ONE 4(2): e4403. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.004403.
Kaufman JH, Edlund S, Ford DA. "Spatio-Temporal Epidemiologic Modeler: Application in Middle Eastern Countries", PHIFP colloquium at U.S. Centers For Disease Control, Atlanta. May 8, 2009
Kaufman JH, Edlund S, Ford DA, Renly S, Ram R, Mesika Y, et al. "Spatio-Temporal Epidemiologic Modeler: Evaluation of 10 years of Influenza Data from Maccabi Healthcare". Presentation at Israel Centers for Disease Control, Tel Aviv, Israel. April 16, 2009.
Kaufman JH, Conant JL, Ford DA, Kirihata W, Jones B, Douglas JV. "Assessing the accuracy of spatiotemporal epidemiological models," in D Zeng et al. (Eds): BioSecure 2008, LNCS 5354, pp. 143-154, 2008. Also presented at BioSecure 2008, Biosurveillance and Biosecurity Workshop, Raleigh, NC, Dec 2, 2008.
Ford DA, Kaufman JH. 2008. "The spatiotemporal epidemiological modeller (STEM)." Presentation at the Joint Session Homeland/Humanitarian Preparedness for Pandemic Influenza, Washington, DC, Oct 13, 2008.
Kaufman JH, Conant JL, Ford DA, Kirihata W, Douglas JV, Jones BA. 2008 (December). "Assessing the accuracy of spatiotemporal epidemiological models. In D Zeng et al. (eds): BioSecure 2008, LNCS 5354, pp. 143-154.
Kaufman JH, Ford DA, Mesika Y, Lessler J. 2008 (December). Modeling disease spread in space and time: extending and validating an open source tool for public health. Epidemics (EPID2008): First International Conference on Infectious Disease Dynamics. Asilomar, CA, December 1-3, 2008.
Keil WP, Ford DA, Kaufman JH. 2007 (In press), "Eclipse OHF STEM", Eclipse Magazin, S&S Verlag, July 2007
Ford DA, Kaufman JH, Eiron I, "An extensible spatial and temporal epidemiological modeling system," International Journal of Health Geographics 2006, 5:4 http://www.ij-healthgeographics.com/content/5/1/4 (17Jan2006)
Keil WP. 2005. "Eclipse Open Health Framework (OHF)." Presentation at JavaPolis 2005 Conference, Antwerp, Belgium, Dec 12, 2005.