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CaSE Professor Kimia Ghobadi Creates Optimization Models to Help Hospitals Stay Ahead of COVID-19 Surges

October 30, 2020

New models can help hospitals stay ahead of COVID-19 surges Optimization models will help hospital systems better manage critical resources if coronavirus cases spike this fall and winter CREDIT:GETTY IMAGES By Catherine Graham /Published Oct 27 Coronavirus cases are trending up in a number of states, forecasting a fall surge that could push hospitals to capacity […]

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CaSE Associate Professor Lauren Gardner Joins Project To Build New Tools To Model Pandemic Spread

June 16, 2020

Lauren Gardner, associate professor in the Department of Civil and Systems Engineering and co-director of the Center for Systems Science and Engineering, is joining scientists at Scripps Research and UCLA to develop new methods for understanding how and why the current coronavirus and future pandemics spread. The team plans to construct massive databases of international […]

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Associate Professor Lauren Gardner Receives Funding from the National Science Foundation to Further COVID-19 Tracking Efforts

June 16, 2020

Congratulations to CaSE Associate Professor Lauren Gardner who recently received a Rapid Response Research (RAPID) grant from the National Science Foundation to support the management and development of the COVID-19 online interactive dashboard hosted by the Center for Systems Science and Engineering (CSSE). The dashboard was first released publicly on January 22, 2020 to visualize […]

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Assistant Professor Stavros Gaitanaros Receives Seed Grant to Research Lightweight Architected Materials for Space Applications

September 14, 2018

Congratulations to Assistant Professor Stavros Gaitanaros, who was recently announced as a recipient of a seed grant from Space@Hopkins! According to its website, Space@Hopkins connects the array of Johns Hopkins University divisions, departments, and collaborative institutions in their common pursuit of civilian space research. Gaitanaros’s project, ‘Lightweight architected materials under extreme conditions for space applications’, […]

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Prof. Tak Igusa Presents at NTSB Regarding Ethics of Autonomous Vehicle Testing

August 16, 2018

On May 23. 2018, Tak Igusa, professor in the Department of Civil Engineering, along with his collaborator Johnathon Ehsani, assistant professor in the Bloomberg School of Public Health, presented to the Board Members and staff of the NTSB (National Transportation Safety Board) on the topic of the ethics of autonomous vehicle testing. Their presentation focused […]

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