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Cybercrime Center Lecture with Dr. Nairait Kanyamee
Start Date: 12/15/2014Start Time: 1:40 PM
End Date: 12/15/2014End Time: 2:40 PM

Event Description:

Cybercrime Center Lectures Presents:
A Mathematical Model of Infection Risk to Travelers 
Entering Malaria Endemic Regions

Date: Monday, December 15
Time: 1:40 – 2:40 pm
Location: John Jay College of Criminal Justice
524 West 59th Street
Math & CS Dept. Conference Room (6.63.37, New Building)

Dr. Nairat Kanyamee
Silpakorn University, Thailand

In this work, we study the malaria infection risk when travelers are visiting or entering a
malaria endemic region. A simple mathematical model of Susceptible-Infected-Susceptible
(SIS) containing six non-linear differential equations is formulated to describe the
transmission of malaria in an endemic region. We analyzed the system by using a standard
dynamical method for a system of differential equations. The conditions for the equilibrium are
obtained by considering the possibility of zeros of a third degree polynomial. The numerical
result demonstrates the number of travelers as well as the behavior to the equilibrium of those
who become infected with malaria after entering an endemic region.


For additional information please contact Professor Doug Salane, Director of the Center for Cybercrime Studies, 212-237-8836 or email
 Information on this and other lectures is available on the Events page of the Center for Cybercrime Studies Web site

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