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What Georgia Tech Thinks

Scott Ganz, an assistant professor in the School of Public Policy, has proposed a solution for determining when it is safe to reopen state economies following outbreak-induced shutdowns.


Jennifer Leavey, a principal professor in the College of Sciences, discusses research articles around Covid-19 in under two minutes – explaining "what was done, what was found, and why it matters."


Vinod Singhal, the Charles W. Brady Chair Professor of Operations Management at the Scheller College of Business, is considering what will happen when we hit the play button and the engines that drive industry and trade squeal back to life again. 


Walt de Heer, Regents Professor of physics at Georgia Tech, explains the logic behind wearing 网盟彩票平台注册made face masks in public to fight the spread of the novel coronavirus.


Georgia Tech in the News

The Atlanta Journal-ConstitutionIt can be hard to find silver linings in the clouds of Covid-19, but a few are evident. One of them is how Georgia’s research universities and the Georgia Research Alliance are stepping up in this crisis.

The New York TimesHealth care workers are facing a serious shortage of critical equipment needed to treat the coronavirus. We spoke to the makers who are building innovative protective gear and ventilators for them.

CBS46Georgia Tech associate professor Shannon Yee is answering the desperate call for more medical equipment with a makeshift ventilator.
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Open-AirVentGT Emergency Ventilator Provides Patient Monitoring, Feedback Control

A research team at the Georgia Institute of Technology has created a prototype for a low-cost, portable emergency ventilator that uses electronic sensors and computer control to manage key clinical parameters such as respiration rate, tidal volume (the amount of air moved into and out of the lungs during each cycle), inspiration and expiration ratio, and pressure on the lungs. 

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Coping With Covid-19



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From his front porch, President Ángel Cabrera shares a message of gratitude and optimism with the Georgia Tech community as we continue to face the challenges of an unprecedented public health threat.

C.D. Wright, clinical case manager at the Center for Assessment, Referral, and Education (CARE), points out, “It is imperative that we remind ourselves that the current situation is not permanent.”

As a team that regularly hosts meetings via web conference and online platforms, Georgia Tech Professional Education shares practical tips for making your next virtual meeting more effective and productive.

Teams need to be resilient as they work from 网盟彩票平台注册 during the Covid-19 crisis. GT Scheller College of Business Professor David Sluss (with Ned Powley) provides evidence-based strategies in a recent Harvard Business Review article. It comes down to people and perspective.

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