At Duke, there are many technology policy projects that are studying COVID-19 contact tracing, and you can explore them on this page.
Bass Connections Project 2020-2021
The Bass Connections program at Duke allows students, professors, and community members to work on interdisciplinary research projects. During the 2020-2021 academic year, Bass Connections and the Margolis Center for Health Policy collaborated to form a COVID-19 pop-up theme. The theme included 13 projects related to COVID-19. The Privacy Implications of COVID-19 Contact Tracing team focused on analyzing current approaches to the integration of contact tracing technologies with person-to-person contact tracing policies used at the global, U.S., North Carolina, city, and university level. You can learn more about the project at this page.
Triangle Privacy Research Hub
The Triangle Privacy Research Hub is a non-profit organization that is “committed to advancing the innovative and ethical use of data to address some of society’s most pressing issues.” Recently, the TRPH has produced research on COVID-19 Contact Tracing. You can learn more about the work and read the research on this page.