Modeling of epidemic spread in Indian urban conditionsTeam Lead: Rajesh Sundaresan
This joint project with TIFR Mumbai aims to model the epidemic spread taking Indian urban conditions into account. The goal is to assist epidemiologists and decision makers with (a) understanding the effectiveness of imposing and lifting various kinds of restrictions (b) anticipating hospital needs (c) devising testing strategies.
Report 3: COVID-19 Epidemic: A workplace readiness indicator
Workplace readiness tool: https://covid.readiness.in
Report 2: COVID-19 Epidemic Study II: Phased Emergence From the Lockdown in Mumbai – 4 June 2020
Report 1: City-Scale Agent-Based Simulators for the Study of Non-Pharmaceutical Interventions in the Context of the COVID-19 Epidemic – 11 August 2020
Report 1 (Earlier working draft): COVID-19 Epidemic: Unlocking the Lockdown in India – 19 April 2020
Simulator for smaller-scale city: https://cni.iisc.ac.in/simulator
- Rajesh Sundaresan (firstname.lastname@example.org, team lead)
- Preetam Patil
- Nihesh Rathod
- A. Y. Sarath
- Sharad Sriram
- Nidhin Koshy Vaidhiyan
- Narendra Dixit
- Aditya Krishna Swamy
- Aniruddha Iyer
The TIFR Mumbai team is headed by Prof. Sandeep Juneja.
Agent-based simulator with several interventions have been implemented for Bengaluru and Mumbai in collaboration with TIFR Mumbai.