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Aalto's experts in questions related to coronavirus

Remember that coronavirus situation is monitored and assessed by the Finnish Institute for Health and Welfare, THL.

Modelling the spread of the pandemic & virus 

Optimizing the strategies for testing & risk analysis
Professor Ahti Salo, p +358 50 383 0636, [email protected]

Studying how the structure of any network has an impact on the spreading of information or diseases in general
Assistant Professor Mikko Kivelä, + 358 50 382 4555, [email protected]

Mathematical analysis of stochastic epidemic models
Professor Lasse Leskelä, + 358 40 537 5352, [email protected]

Statistical models of viruses
Assistant Professor Pauliina Ilmonen, + 358 41 543 7053, [email protected]

Epidemiological data analysis and modeling
Professor Simo Särkkä, +358 50 512 4393, [email protected]

Aerosol/droplet transport in air flows 

Modelling of the air and liquid flows (droplet infection)
Assistant Professor Ville Vuorinen, +358 50 361 1471, [email protected]

Cybersecurity, networks

Cybersecurity
Professor of Practice Jarno Limnéll, +358 40 5276173, [email protected]

Security, privacy and contact tracing
Professor Janne Lindqvist, [email protected]

Other topics in science & technology

3D printing (3D printing is utilised for making solutions for COVID-19 such as medical devices and supplies, spare parts, protective gears)
Research Director Mika Salmi, +358 50 512 2746, [email protected]

The AutoDet method, which stands for automatic biological contamination detection, can be used to ensure the cleanliness of facilities during epidemics
Academy Postdoctoral Researcher Juha Koivisto, + 358 50 441 9233, [email protected]

Spreading inhibition, protection and purification of Coronavirus with  Light, Materials & Nano
Professor Mady Elbahri, + 358 50 464 8990, [email protected]

Possibilities of employing ultrasound in influencing CoV-SARS-2
Professor Heikki J. Nieminen, +358 50 5019280, [email protected]

Effects on urban and regional mobility systems
Assistant Professor Milos Mladenovic, +358 50 5660974, [email protected]

How to prevent infections with space design
Professor (Health and Wellbeing Architecture), Head of SOTERA, the Research Group for Health and Wellbeing Architecture Laura Arpiainen, p +358 50 465 2065, [email protected]

Analysis of Twitter and Instragram data related to the Coronavirus
Postdoctoral Researcher Malik Aqdas, +358 40 514 7888, [email protected]i
 

Business and economy

Helsinki GSE Situation Room
Professor Otto Toivanen, +358 50 462 2125, [email protected]

Economic expectations
Professor Elias Rantapuska, +358 50 343 3932, [email protected]
Assistant Professor Matti Sarvimäki, +358 40 304 5515, [email protected]

Economics of catastrophes
Professor Matti Liski, +358 40 353 8173, [email protected]

Energy markets
Visiting Researcher Iivo Vehviläinen, +358 50 345 3705, [email protected]

Foreign trade
Professor Emeritus Pertti Haaparanta, + 358 40 353 8180, [email protected]

Immigration
Assistant Professor Matti Sarvimäki, +358 40 304 5515, [email protected]

Labour market
Professor Marko Terviö, +358 40 353 8342, [email protected]

Stock prices
Professor Vesa Puttonen, + 358 40 709 0284, [email protected]
Assistant Professor Peter Nyberg, + 358 50 383 6195, [email protected]

Purchasing and supply chain management
Associate Professor Katri Kauppi, +358 50 401 7112, [email protected] 

International value chains
Professor Markku Kuula, +358 50 521 8800, [email protected]

International value and supply chains: disruptions, challenges and trends
Assistant Professor Lauri Saarinen, [email protected]

Management and disruptions in order-supply chains
Professor Paul Lillrank, + 358 50 070 3848, [email protected]

Effects on work and working life:
The potential collective and/or individual effects on the changing nature of work, e.g. distance work, on our collective and individual mindsets relating to work as well as the potential changes in social contract and the consequent effects of that on work and working life

Research Director Hertta Vuorenmaa, +358 40 149 5939, [email protected]

Effects on work and working life: distance work and virtual teams 
Professor of Practice Niina Nurmi, +358 50 577 1693, [email protected]

Effects on the life and work of people and firms in China and in the US
Professor Carl F. Fey, + 358 50 408 1070, [email protected]

Diversity and internationalization at workplaces in Finland
Professor Rebecca Piekkari, +358 50 383 7380, [email protected]

Impact on contracts and damages
Professor Kari Hoppu, +358 40 353 8037, [email protected]

Impact on competition law, state aid and public procurement
Professor Petri Kuoppamäki, +358 40 754 0003, [email protected]

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