Advisor: Dr. Randall Swift,
CSU Pomona

Students: Moriya Armstead, Weston Beck

Lauren Gomez and Emily Jasien

The Mathematical Modeling of the spread of HIV and AIDs has a well-established literature base, however the vast majority of the methods employed are purely deterministic. Very few stochastic models are available to complement the theory. 

Based upon Gani & Swift (2009) and an unpublished work of Gani, Stals and Swift, this research group will develop both deterministic and stochastic models for the spread of HIV and AIDs.

This project is multi-layered and very broad – from base-line analysis (both deterministic & stochastic), numerical considerations, to actual data analysis.