Scientific Report released to EFSA. Simulation-based investigation of ASF spread and control in wild life without consideration of human non-compliance to biosecurity: European Commission requested its Food Safety Authority (EFSA) to update recommendations for control of African Swine Fever in wild boar. EcoEpi delivered the report detailing respective simulations and cnclusions as secondary document to the final EFSA report.
EcoEpi research in media. German broadcast provided a science feature about research on decision making in barbery plants (Berberis vulgaris) published in 2014 (Meyer et al. Am Nat. 183: 376-383)
EcoEpi joins INTEGRATE H2020-consortium on bee health addressing the complex modelling of bee mega-populations.
Laura Meier submitted Master Thesis at the Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburgs: Ecological Modelling of African Swine Fever Transmission: Upscaling Experimental Data to Understand the Role of Virulence in Population Level Persistence