Be sure to check out TMBMC’s 3rd issue of 2021, which came out recently on IEEE Xplore. This is a wonderful special issue on the topic of Molecular Communications for Diagnostics and Therapeutic Development of Infectious Diseases.
Of particular note is that the issue contains many articles concerning the COVID-19 virus. IEEE has made these articles open to the public for no charge for a limited time as a public service to researchers, so please enjoy!
Special Issue on Molecular Communications for Diagnostics and Therapeutic Development of Infectious Diseases (S. Balasubramaniam, M. T. Barros, M. Veleti´c, M. Kanada, M. Pierobon, S. Vainio, and I. Balasingham)
Special Issue Papers
Molecular Communications in Viral Infections Research: Modeling, Experimental Data, and Future Directions (M. T. Barros, M. Veletic, M. Kanada, M. Pierobon, S. Vainio, I. Balasingham, and S. Balasubramaniam)
VIVID: In Vivo End-to-End Molecular Communication Model for COVID-19 (S. Pal, N. Islam, and S. Misra)
Molecular Communication Theoretical Modeling and Analysis of SARS-CoV2 Transmission in Human Respiratory System (C. Koca, M. Civas, S. M. Sahin, O. Ergonul, and O. B. Akan)
A Molecular Communications System for the Detection of Inflammatory Levels Related to COVID-19 Disease (L. Felicetti, M. Femminella, and G. Reali)
A Molecular Communication Perspective on Airborne Pathogen Transmission and Reception via Droplets Generated by Coughing and Sneezing (F. Gulec and B. Atakan)
Viral Aerosol Concentration Characterization and Detection in Bounded Environments (O. Amin, H. Dahrouj, N. Almayouf, T. Y. Al-Naffouri, B. Shihada, and M.-S. Alouini)
Duality Between Coronavirus Transmission and Air-Based Macroscopic Molecular Communication (M. Schurwanz, P. A. Hoeher, S. Bhattacharjee, M. Damrath, L. Stratmann, and F. Dressler)