Resources

Publications

18 Mar 2015

Remotely Measuring Populations During a Crisis By Overlaying Two Data Sources

International Health, Mar 2015
18 Mar 2015

Using Mobile Phone Data to Predict the Spatial Spread of Cholera

By Linus Bengtsson, Jean Gaudart, Xin Lu, Sandra Moore, Erik Wetter, Kankoe Sallah, Stanislas Rebaudet, and Renaud Piarroux. Scientific Reports, Mar 2015
05 Oct 2014

Network Structure and Community Evolution on Twitter: Human Behaviour Change in Response to the 2011 Japanese Earthquake and Tsunami

Scientific Reports, Oct 2014
30 Sep 2014

Containing the Ebola Outbreak — The Potential and Challenge of Mobile Data

PloS Current Outbreaks, Sep 2014
14 Jul 2014

Quantifying Travel Behavior for Infectious Disease Research: A Comparison of Data from Surveys and Mobile Phones

Scientific Reports, Jul 2014
30 Oct 2013

Approaching the Limit of Predictability in Human Mobility

Scientific Reports, Oct 2013
06 Apr 2013

The Impact of Biases in Mobile Phone Ownership on Estimates of Human Mobility

Royal Society Interface, Feb 2013
09 Jan 2013

The Use of Census Migration Data to Approximate Human Movement Patterns Across Temporal Scales

PloS One, Jan 2013
18 Oct 2012

Quantifying the Impact of Human Mobility on Malaria

Science, Oct 2012
26 Jul 2012

Digital Epidemiology

PloS Computational Biology, Jul 2012
18 Jun 2012

Predictability of Population Displacement After the 2010 Haiti Earthquake

PNAS, Jun 2012
30 Aug 2011

Improved Response to Disasters and Outbreaks by Tracking Population Movements with Mobile Phone Network Data: A Post- Earthquake Geospatial Study in Haiti

PloS Medicine, Aug 2011