Joseph Wilson

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My name is Joseph Wilson, and I received my BS in Mechanical Engineering with a Minor in Energy Engineering in May 2020. In Fall 2019 I enrolled in the Bachelor’s – Accelerated Master’s Program and received my MS with Thesis in Mechanical Engineering in Aug 2021.


I am a member of the Flow Physics Lab at CU Boulder, researching how respiratory droplets that carry viruses such as SARS-CoV-2 are transported in enclosed spaces. The first project I participated in was the verification of the efficacy of a Negative Pressure Isolation Space for COVID-19 patients in a Skilled Nursing Facility. My involvement on this project consisted of the construction of a CAD model of the ward used for the isolation spaces and then performing steady-state CFD simulations based on the HVAC and building design. With these results, my fellow authors and I were able to determine the effectiveness of the Isolation Space at preventing the spread of SARS-CoV-2 outside of the ward. With our work, and the help of a willing and dedicated staff at the nursing facility, we were able to isolate COVID-19 patients and the facility experiences no deaths in patients or healthcare workers during the period of our study.


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