CSH President Stefan Thurner is panelist of Session 1 of the conference “Science for Resilience—Learnings from the Pandemic,” which takes place on May 23 and 24 at Vienna Biocenter and online.
Registration via firstname.lastname@example.org
You can also participate online over Zoom: https://go.ihs.ac.at/scienceforresilience
Title Session 1:
How can the right data be made available to the right people at the right time – in order to facilitate smart and timely decision making?
- Nicholas Fisher and Dennis Trewin (Australian Bureau of Statistics) – A Proposal to Enhance National Capability to Manage Epidemics – the Critical Importance of Expert Statistical Input (online)
- Nicola Hamilton (UK Health Security Agency) -Building the plane whilst flying it – developing the data infrastructure of the Covid-19 testing programme (online)
- Edouard Bugnion (École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne) (online)
- Erika Vlieghe (University of Antwerp) – From Data to Advice
- Stefan Thurner (Complexity Science Hub Vienna) – Why a functioning national medical data infrastructure is necessary for future health care challenges
Chair: Michael Stampfer (WWTF)
No one knows what autumn 2022 will bring. But we do have more than two years of experience with the pandemic. What’s more, science has learned to make its findings available. Looking ahead, what can we learn from the way the pandemic has been handled so far? And how can newly obtained knowledge be best applied to inform evidence-based decisions? By discussing these questions, the “Science for Resilience” conference aims to promote an open and interdisciplinary culture of debate in Austria.
This conference is addressing the issues raised in the draft paper by the Future Operations Board. The finished paper will be presented at the conference.