Christophe Cambier

Work place: Université Pierre et Marie Curie-Sorbonne Universités, Paris, France



Research Interests: Applied computer science, Computer systems and computational processes, Theoretical Computer Science


Christophe Cambier is Lecturer and has the ability to conduct research at the Pierre and Marie Curie University (UPMC), he is a member of the International Mixed Unit UMMISCO "Mathematical Modeling and Computing Systems Modeling Unit" which is an international UMR IRD / UPMC and spread over 5 countries (France, Senegal, Cameroon, Morocco and Vietnam). Since his thesis in Computer Science obtained in 1994 at the UPMC, he continues his research on modeling multi-agent systems applied to spatialized environmental problems and on a wide range of topics (fisheries, hydrology, ecology, soil microbiology, epidemiology, Cartography, urban mobility). He developed new models of interactions between agents based on physical processes such as Smoothed particle hydrodynamics (SPH) and convection-diffusion equations.

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Meta-Population Modelling and Simulation of the Dynamic of Malaria Transmission with Influence of Climatic Factors

By Justin-Herve NOUBISSI Jean Claude Kamgang Eric Ramat Januarius Asongu Christophe Cambier

DOI:, Pub. Date: 8 Jul. 2017

We model the dynamic of malaria transmission taking into account climatic factors and the migration between Douala and Yaounde´, Yaounde´ and Ngaounde´re´, three cities of Cameroon country. We show how variations of climatic factors such as temperature and relative humidity affect the malaria spread. We propose a meta-population model of the dynamic transmission of malaria that evolves in space and time and that takes into account temperature and relative humidity and the migration between Douala and Yaounde´, Yaounde´ and Ngaounde´re´. More, we integrate the variation of environmental factors as events also called mathematical impulsion that can disrupt the model evolution at any time. Our modelling has been done using the Discrete EVents System Specification (DEVS) formalism. Our implementation has been done on Virtual Laboratory Environment (VLE) that uses DEVS formalism and abstract simulators for coupling models by integrating the concept of DEVS.

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