Data-Driven Analysis of Human Behavior in COVID-19 Simulation Models (STIP - ASSIP 2021)

During the summer of 2021, we will be examining different aspects of the spread of COVID-19. This examination will incorporate the spatial and temporal variation of individuals’ behavior towards COVID-19. Thus, we will be playing with various datasets concerning daily cases and deaths, mask use, vaccination, human mobility, to name a few.

Project Dates

June 1, 2021 - August 13, 2021

Project Group

Graduate Students:

  • Fahad Aloraini - Computational Social Science
  • Kevin Cevasco - Public Health
  • Samiul Islam - Computational Science and Informatics
  • Minh Tri Le - Earth Systems and Geoinformation Systems
  • Mei-Ling Freeman - Geography and GeoInformation Science
  • James O’Stassinos - Geography and GeoInformation Science
  • Andrew Ryan - Geography and GeoInformation Science

Undergraduate Students:

  • Jack (John) Blumstein - Computational and Data Sciences
  • Justin Elarde - Geography and GeoInformation Science
  • Dhruv Ghandi - Computational and Data Sciences
  • Radhika Laddha - Computational and Data Sciences
  • Shivani (Sai) Gurrapu - Computer Science
  • Zachary Richardson - Computational and Data Sciences
  • Leela Yaddanapudi - Computer Science

Aspiring Scientists Summer Internship Program (ASSIP) students:

  • David Han (TJ)
  • Rayan Yu (James Madison)
  • Fiona Zheng (TJ)
  • Derek Goh (TJ)
  • Darius Kianersi (TJ)
  • Srihan Kotnana (Westfield)
  • Nicole Liang (River Hill)

Mentors:

  • Dr. Taylor Anderson - Geography and GeoInformation Science
  • Dr. Hamdi Kavak - Computational and Data Sciences
  • Dr. Tim Leslie - Geography and GeoInformation Science
  • Dr. Amira Roess - Global and Community Health
  • Dr. Andi Züfle - Geography and GeoInformation Science

Last updated on Jun 9, 2021.