Scientists and engineers worldwide are rising to battle the COVID-19 crisis. Here are some examples of their work, including epidemiological analysis, diagnostics, and ventilator models.

COVID-19 Research and Development with MATLAB and Simulink

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Sohini Sarkar, COVID-19 Open Research Dataset Challenge (CORD-19), April 10, 2020


Kaggle blog post with links to MATLAB code


COVID-19: Simulating exponential spread in Simulink

Guy Rouleau, Guy on Simulink, March 23, 2020

blog post with downloadable Simulink model

Cleve Moler, Cleve's Corner, March 29, 2020
blog post and MATLAB code and app

Brian Munsky, GitHub, March 2020
GitHub repo with data, MATLAB code and app

Qun Li, M. Med et al, New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM), March 26, 2020

Milan Batista, MATLAB File Exchange, March 2020
MATLAB function

Barath Narayanan, University of Dayton Research Institute
Deep Learning blog, March 18, 2020
blog post with MATLAB code

Kaustuv Chatterjee et al, ScienceDirect, April 2, 2020

Alex De Visscher, Concordia University, arXiv, March 19, 2020
paper with model code


Ventilator Research and Development Resources

These MATLAB and Simulink examples and research papers may be useful for industry leaders and researchers who are working on a rapid design for ventilators. Some of these are foundational references.

Positive-pressure medical ventilator system that models the lung using Translational Mechanical Converter (MA), which converts moist air pressure into translational motion. 
Simscape model

Ravali K, GitHub, April 2020
GitHub repo with Simulink and Simscape models

Fikret YALÇINKAY, 9th International Conference on Electrical and Electronics Engineering (ELECO), 2015

Anup Das, University of Exeter, 2012
Ph.D. thesis

Jakub R'afl, Czech Technical University in Prague, 2008
Masters thesis

Noman Q. Al-Naggar, Journal of Biomedical Science and Engineering (JBiSE), 2015

Subha Hency Jose P. et al, International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering (IJITEE), November 2019

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