A Smattering of Web-accessible Videos

Occasionally a talk or interview is recorded and posted online.

To contact us about these or related topics, please call or email:

Nina H. Fefferman, PhD
nina .h. fefferman AT gmail.com

Here are a few links to some of the recorded talks or interviews with members of our lab (mostly the PI Fefferman) available on the web.


NIMBioS Webinar: The role of applied math in real-time pandemic response: How basic disease models work
DIMACS 30th Anniversary: When to Turn to Biology for Inspiration in Systems Design
National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine: Mathematical Frontiers: Social and Biological Networks
NIMBioS Animal Social Networks Investigative Workshop: N-tangle: A network comparison method
National Academy of Sciences, Sackler Colloquium: The Invasion Ecology of Diseases in a Human Environment
Game Developer's Conference (GDC) 2011: How an Outbreak in WoW is Helping Epidemiologists Create Better Disease Models
TEDx Midatlantic 2010: Social Behavior and Epidemics: Lessons from Natural, Theoretical, and Virtual Worlds
Institute for Mathematical Sciences Public Lecture: Real People, Virtual Worlds: Watching a Plague Unfold


You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes (podcast): Nina Fefferman
Here We Are with Shane Mauss: Nina Fefferman
Girls Talk Math: Nina Fefferman
Rutgers Office for the Promotion of Women in Science: On Having a Double Skill Set
Rutgers Office for the Promotion of Women in Science: A Balancing Act
Rutgers Office for the Promotion of Women in Science: Growth