An Interdisciplinary approach towards predictive modelling of COVID-19 for Public Policy in Odisha (in collaboration with Nabakrishna Choudhury Centre for Development Studies, NCDS)
Development of cost-effective Pulse Oximeters and thermal scanners, with design innovation
Waste treatment and sanitization methods and preparedness for Covid-19 outbreak
Mass production of metal oxide nanomaterials with antimicrobial characteristics, and nanofibers, which can be used to develop air filters and biomedical applications
Development of effective disinfectants and washing materials. Hand Sanitizer prepared by researchers at IIT Bhubaneswar as per WHO parameters
Development of a face shield with antimicrobial properties by researchers at IIT Bhubaneswar
Its easy to fabricate. It takes about 10 minutes to make one face shield for an individual. The time can be brought down if the exercise is carried out on a larger scale involving a larger number of people.
Uses common stationery items such as transparency sheet, double sided adhesive tape, plastic wire and plain cloth
It is amenable for further innovation such as application of anti-microbial coatings on the transparency sheet. We are working towards development of the anti-microbial coatings.
The team working towards the development of the anti-viral face shield is
Dr. Srikant G, SMMME
Prof. P V Satyam, HoS SMMME
Prof. Sujit Roy, Dean SRIC
Dr. V. Panduranga, SMS
Dr. Ashis Biswas, SBS
Development of cost-effective Fogging and Spraying machines, and Ventilators with design innovations
Disinfection station for hand and partial disinfection.
IIT Bhubaneswar has developed a portable ventilator to fight against COVID- 19 in emergency pandemic situation