Modelling the Infection Process with Noisy Data

Leader:Carlos Uribe, PhD (Professor of Economics, Administration and Economics Faculty, CADE)Santiago José Gangotena, PhD (Professor of Economics, Administration and Economics Faculty, CADE) USFQ Participants:7 students from the Economics Master´s Degree. Computational Economics class 2. Description: Estimate based on data on the course of infection to correct selection bias in reported cases and to report publicSigue leyendo “Modelling the Infection Process with Noisy Data”

Measuring well-being and expectations in real time during Covid-19: Ecuador Case

Leader: Carlos Uribe, PhD (Professor of Economics, Administration and Economics Faculty, CADE) USFQ Participants:Diego Fernando Grijalva, PhD (Professor of Economics, Administration and Economics Faculty, CADE)Pablo Lucio Paredes, PhD (Dean of the Economics Faculty) External Participants:Ivan Gachet, PhD Description: The research focuses on the reliability of official data, parametric and non-parametric projections Faculty USFQ: Economics USFQSigue leyendo “Measuring well-being and expectations in real time during Covid-19: Ecuador Case”

[EN] Low Cost, Intra-hospital Ventilator Designed by USFQ Wins RetoCOVID19 and Production will Begin

UBUNTU-RESPIRA is the name of USFQ’s intra-hospital ventilator which won RetoCOVID-19 in the intra-hospital transport ventilator category. The team, composed of professors, graduates, and students of mechanical engineering, medicine, and veterinary Sciences, will receive seed capital to begin production and commercialization. RetoCOVID-19 was promoted by the AEI Alliance for Entrepreneurship and Innovation Network.