Scientists and engineers worldwide are battling the COVID-19 pandemic. Here are some examples of their work, including epidemiological analysis, diagnostics, and ventilator models.
Modelling uncertainty in the relative risk of exposure to the SARS-CoV-2 virus by airborne aerosol transmission in well mixed indoor air
Benjamin Jones et al, Building and Environment, March 15 2021
An extended Weight Kernel Density Estimation model forecasts COVID-19 onset risk and identifies spatiotemporal variations of lockdown effects in China
Wenzhong Shi et al, Communications Biology, 2021
paper and Zenodo code
Forecasting of medical equipment demand and outbreak spreading based on deep long short‑term memory network: the COVID‑19 pandemic in Turkey
Erdinç Koç and Muammer Türkoğlu, Signal, Image and Video Processing, September 8 2020
Fast detection of SARS-CoV-2 RNA via the integration of plasmonic thermocycling and fluorescence detection in a portable device
Jiyong Cheong et al, Nature Biomedical Engineering, December 3 2020
First-wave COVID-19 transmissability and severity in China outside Hubei after control measures, and second-wave scenario planning: a modelling impact assessment
Kathy Leung et al, The Lancet, April 8, 2020
Influence of wind and relative humidity on the social distancing effectiveness to prevent COVID-19 airborne transmission: A numerical study
Yu Feng et al, Journal of Aerosol Science, September 2020
Positive-pressure medical ventilator system that models the lung using Translational Mechanical Converter (MA), which converts moist air pressure into translational motion.