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Preprint I

3D Biomechanics Virtualization of the Respiratory Volume in Personal Virus Distribution, type COVID-19

3DBiPeD


The research objective of the project is 3D biomechanics virtualization of respiratory volume in personal virus distribution, which is of utmost importance
for understanding the spatial modes and temporal functions of virus spread, type SARS-CoV-2 and the new infectious disease COVID-19.

The research work plan is based on proven methods of CAEA (Computer Aided Ergonomy Analyses) by prof. Sarajko Baksa, Ph.D. and many years of
scientific research within the field of computer biomechanics of humanoid 3D models. With regard to the required multidisciplinary approach to research
and problem solving, the Project team was carefully selected in order for their contribution within their field of activity of structures, biomechanics,
computer science and medicine to synergically result in methodological insights into the dynamics of the respiratory volume in personal virus distribution.

Based on the physical and virtual research carried out within the implementation of the project experiments, respiratory expiratory biomechanics of
personal distribution of the virus, type Corona 19, will be determined. The results will be scientifically documented, analyzed and virtualized.

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Preprint II

Scientific 3D analytics of distance learning models as a basis for improving teaching
and informed strategic decision making in education

3D AlmoMED


A scientific approach to three-dimensional analytics of distance learning models in primary, secondary and higher education is fundamental, given the
teaching modalities that are applied during crisis situations when pupils and students are prevented from attending classes normally, or when they are
unable to attend physically within classroom and lecture rooms, such as crisis situations, home isolation and distance learning, caused by the personal
distribution of viruses such as Corona - 19 and the new infectious disease Covid - 19.

The aim of the research and project work is to apply a new tripartite spatial 3D view of the multidimensional effects of distance learning, which is of utmost
importance given the dynamic interplay of the factors involved.

The project partners, i.e. the project team are carefully selected from the academic community of all levels of teaching and years of extensive experience in
teaching and leading primary, secondary and higher education institutions in mathematical, related and other fields, in order to properly implement the
research methodology and in order for each project stakeholder to make their own improvement and their contribution to the whole team.

Results, insights and conclusions, scientific three-dimensional analytics of distance learning models conducted in the system of education during the
endangerment period in the Republic of Croatia, will be applicable in other countries in the region, EU Member States, as well as in other countries of the
world, considering the threat in a Pandemic form, and as such will greatly contribute to the improvement of future distance learning activities.





#EUvsVirus

SabaLAB, Laboratory for Digital Arts and Sciences, is a stakeholder in a unique European Commission initiative,

panEU Hackathon #EUvsVirus

a scientific and professional collaboration to find solutions related to coronavirus.

The goal is to jointly develop innovative high-tech solutions, using biotechnology, digital technology, social science and other domains of
innovation. The event is open to the wider European community; innovators, start-ups, manufacturers, retailers, public and private partners.
The overall purpose is to align and bring together innovators, partners and customers across Europe for the benefit of addressing immediate
crisis issues within the various technology fields in the fight against coronavirus.

After selecting the best projects, these projects will be published on the EIC community platform of the European Innovation Council
and thus be accessible to end-users (e.g. hospitals, investors, foundations) and directed towards current European Commission funding options.
This will be the starting point for a longer collaboration between the European Commission and the ecosystem of innovators, manufacturers
and movers across Europe regarding the corona crisis.

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