Mi Jin Lee’s cartoons

I had a lot of help presenting my research by the awesome cartoonist Mi Jin Lee. She is the PhD student of my colleague Beom Jun Kim and an excellent scientist too. Here are some of her drawings. Feel free to use them under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License.

In compartmental models, if an Infectious meet a Susceptible, the Susceptible can become Infectious.
In compartmental models, if an Infectious meet a Susceptible, the Susceptible can become Infectious.
An Infectious can become Recovered (or Susceptible again).
An Infectious can become Recovered (or Susceptible again).
Human contact patterns both have a temporal and topological structure. As our hero girl moves around in her every-day life, she meets different people. These meetings are not random but have both temporal and network-topological structure. These structures affect disease spreading.
Human contact patterns both have a temporal and topological structure. As our hero girl moves around in her every-day life, she meets different people. These meetings are not random but have both temporal and network-topological structure. These structures affect disease spreading.
In compartmental models, a person goes between classes with respect to disease spreading.
In compartmental models, a person goes between classes with respect to disease spreading.
It is easy to think of and discuss how disease spreading is affected by static network structure
It is easy to think of and discuss how disease spreading is affected by static network structure
... temporal networks are harder as they are graphically not so intuitive.
… temporal networks are harder as they are graphically not so intuitive.

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