Emili and his team at InSilicoTrials have developed a technology that promotes effective disinfection planning of a room or building by running simulations that predict where the disinfectant should go. This provides insight on the right positioning of disinfectant devices, along with medical devices. Current disinfection is typically executed in two ways: 1) a manual swipe of surfaces (which is highly inefficient and hard to execute in a big area every day for a long period); or 2) spraying a disinfectant into the air. The latter option is more efficient. With InSilicoTrials’ tech, it’s possible to simulate a diffusion of a spray in the air using software for fluid-dynamics like the ones used for airplanes or a blood flow simulation. View this video for an example.