Camden mathematics professor Benedetto Piccoli is among a team of multidisciplinary researchers from three universities working to create a tool to help mayors and governors assess the impacts of different social distancing levels and travel restrictions. By showing how people move around locally, the tool could help to contain COVID-19 and aid economic recovery efforts. Through a National Science Foundation grant, Piccoli is collaborating with engineering and computer science professors from Cornell University and Vanderbilt University to develop a mathematical model that government officials could use to manage human mobility during a pandemic or another crisis. To read the full story.
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