Tag Archives: COVID-19
New Study Helps Schools Understand Most Effective COVID-19 Mitigation Strategies
Professor Qiang He and Assistant Professor Shaui Li studied the potential airborne transmission of the COVID-19 virus in schools and the impact of interventions.
Modeling COVID-19 for Public Health
Professor Joshua Fu and doctoral student Cheng-Pin Kuo built a predictive model that suggests COVID-19 lockdowns should last more than one week to be effective.
Robotic Decontamination Collaboration Wins Best Paper Award
Professor Qiang He, Assistant Professor Shuai Li, and MABE Professor Jindong Tan received a Best Paper Award for robotic decontamination research.
Building Better Buildings: Disease-Resistant Design Closer to Reality
Professor Qiang He and Assistant Professor Shuai Li have had a string of research collaborations that could greatly reduce the […]
Could Robots Be the Mechanical Heroes of the Next Pandemic?
Imagine that during the next pandemic, workers at schools, airports, hospitals, and other public spaces can program a robot to […]
Loeffler, Microbiologists Help UT Navigate the Return to Campus Amid COVID-19
UT-ORNL Governor’s Chair Frank Loeffler and UT-ORNL Graduate School of Genome Science and Technology Director Albrecht von Arnim lead a team that is designing a pooled saliva testing program to track COVID-19 on campus.
Wastewater Monitoring Plan Could Keep Campus Safe From COVID-19
UT-ORNL Governor’s Chair Terry Hazen’s research team will monitor the wastewater of several UT buildings for the presence of the SARS CoV-2 virus.
Robotic Technology May Play a Key Role in Helping Combat COVID-19
CEE Professor Qiang He and Assistant Professor Shuai Li are collaborating with Mechanical, Aerospace, and Biomedical Engineering (MABE) Professor Jindong […]
He and Li Receive One UT Grant to Study Pathogenic Transmission in Buildings
Professor Qiang He and Assistant Professor Shuai Li have received one of the new One UT Collaboration and Innovation Grants […]
Department Sees Success Despite Pandemic
As COVID-19 spread to Tennessee, CEE joined UT in prioritizing human health to work remotely in quarantine. Like many disciplines, […]