The following is a tentative final program.

Due to the large number of contributions, the scientific committee decided to reduce the length of each talk to 20 minutes in order to allow room for all of them. The program may appear a little bit dense, hence extra breaks (the brown -10 minutes- ones) have been included in order either to allocate space for further questions and discussion or to let the audience simply breath!

Monday, december 15, 2008
8.30 9.20 registration organizing committee
9.20 9.30 opening scientific committee
9.30 10.20 plenary Andreasen The mathematics of drifting influenza abstract chairing: Iannelli
10.20 11.10 plenary Martcheva Vaccine-induced pathogen type replacement abstract
11.10 11.30 coffee break
11.30 11.50 contributed Zanghirati A fully flexible, agent-based model for epidemic spreading in wild animals abstract chairing: Pugliese
11.50 12.10 contributed Ripoll Missé Optimal latent period in a bacteriophage model structured by infection age abstract

12.20 12.40 contributed Abuelezam Preferential ART Distribution in urban and rural Uganda abstract
12.40 13.00 contributed Moulay How do mosquitoes grow? How do arboviruses propagate? The case of chikungunya abstract
13.00 15.00 lunch
15.00 15.20 contributed Chatterjee The paradox of enrichment in ratio-dependent ecoepidemic models abstractchairing: Saldaña Meca
15.20 15.40 contributed Ajelli Different approaches for modeling the spatiotemporal dynamics of a new pandemic Influenza abstract
15.40 16.00 contributed Pellis SIR epidemics in socially structured populations: the presence of households and workplaces abstract
16.00 16.20 coffee break
16.20 16.40 contributed Mora Dynamics of a SIRS epidemic model on an adaptive network abstract chairing: Andreasen
16.40 17.00 contributed Notarangelo Modelling external noise in epidemics models of bacteriophage infection abstract

Tuesday, december 16, 2008
8.55 9.00 announcements organizing committee
9.00 9.50 plenary Diekmann The delay equation representation of physiologically structured population models abstract chairing: Zanolin
9.50 10.40 plenary Milner Some tough analytical and numerical problems in population dynamics abstract
10.40 11.00 coffee break
11.00 11.20 contributed Calsina On a cyclin content structured cell population model abstract chairing: Martcheva
11.20 11.40 contributed Izzo On the numerical solution of a cannibalism model abstract

11.50 12.10 contributed Jahnke An adaptive wavelet method for chemical master equations abstract
12.10 12.30 contributed Rihan Delay differential models in biosciences: numeric and analytic
12.30 14.00 lunch
14.00 14.50 plenary Saldaña Meca Reaction-diffusion processes on heterogeneous metapopulations: continuous-time formulation and simulations abstract chairing: Langlais
14.50 15.10 contributed Carletti Modelling intrinsic noise in biology abstract
15.10 15.30 contributed Getto Numerical equilibrium analysis for structured consumer resource models abstract
15.30 15.50 coffee break
15.50 16.10 contributed Angulo Numerical study of mass structured models with boundary delay abstract chairing: Vermiglio
16.10 16.30 contributed Maset Numerical approximation of characteristic values of Partial Retarded Functional Differential Equations abstract

16.40 17.00 contributed Breda Numerical stability analysis of the Gurtin-MacCamy model abstract
Iannelli Numerical solution of the diffusive Lotka-MacKendrick problem via parabolic regularization
Ainseba t.b.a.
20.00 conference dinner

Wednesday, december 17, 2008
8.55 9.00 announcements organizing committee
9.00 9.50 plenary Zanolin Chaos in the predator-prey equation with periodic coefficients, and in related planar systems abstract chairing: Diekmann
9.50 10.40 plenary Pugliese Coexistence and competition in macroparasite models
10.40 11.00 coffee break
11.00 11.20 contributed Visetti An age-structured epidemic model with extra-mortality due to the disease abstract chairing: Milner
11.20 11.40 contributed Lacitignola The geometric approach to global stability: general remarks and applications to epidemic models abstract

11.50 12.10 contributed Venturino A model for an acquatic viral infection abstract
12.10 12.30 contributed Manfredi
Modelling rational exemption to vaccination
12.30 13.00 closing: Michele Morgante (Rector's delegate for reasearch and technology transfer)