COVID-19, Sapienza research contributions

Sapienza University is contributing with its expertise to studies and analyses on the Coronavirus phenomenon

Technical knowledge to create spatial dynamics models able to study the spread of contamination

The Geographical Sciences for Environment and Health course, and the “Laboratorio GeoCartografico” of the Department of Literature and Modern Culture offer their technical knowledge to create spatial dynamics models able to study the spread of contamination

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An investigation about the psychological effects of self isolation during the COVID-19 pandemic: take part in the questionnaire

The Department of Dynamic and Clinical Psychology developed a survey questionnaire aimed at understanding the psychological effects of self isolation due to the spread of the virus across several countries (Italy, France, Belgium, Spain). The investigation will rapidly help to understand the needs and to create tailored support interventions.

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StatGroup-19: a model aims to predict the spread of COVID-19 contamination in Italy

A professor of Sapienza University among the researchers who created a model which aims to predict the spread of COVID-19 contamination in Italy.

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Monitoring and analysing the spread and development of COVID-19

Enzo Marinari of the Department of Physics of Sapienza University and Enrico Bucci of the Temple University of Philadelphia, in partnership with Giorgio Parisi, former Professor of Physics at Sapienza University and current President of the “Accademia dei Lincei”, are currently monitoring and analysing the spread and development of COVID-19 in Italy.

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Wednesday, 25 March 2020

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