Research on COVID-19: Collaboration at the Nexus of Engineering, Human Rights, and Interdisciplinary Scholarship
The ENG-HR initiative organized the event: “Research on COVID-19: Collaboration at the Nexus of Engineering, Human Rights, and Interdisciplinary Scholarship” on Thursday, September 24.
During this event, researchers and affiliates had the opportunity to meet faculty involved in innovative research and initiatives to understand and tackle the effects of the COVID -19 outbreak in our society. The list of the presentations is below. For additional information on the event or recorded presentations, please contact Davis Chacon-Hurtado at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- ‘Applying Chemical Engineering to Address Critical Shortages in the COVID-19 Pandemic’ by Jeffrey McCutcheon
- ‘Pandemic Journaling Project’ by Sarah Willen
- ‘Mathematically Modeling COVID-19 Replication’ by Ranjan Srivastava
- ‘The Ethical and Human Rights Implications of Using Digital Contact Tracing Tools to Respond to the Covid-19 Pandemic’ by Audrey Chapman
- ‘COVID-19 pandemic in the flood season’ by Xinyi Shen and Manos Anagnostou
- ‘Vulnerability and the Limits of Choice – Homecare Workers’ Views on Risk and COVID-19′ by Kathy Libal
- ‘Safety Assessment of New England Roadways during the Covid-19 Pandemic’ by John Ivan
- ‘Community Planning and Resilience for a Climate-Changed World: Insights from Urban India’ by Prakash Kashwan
Published: October 24, 2020