Physiology of cells, bones, and the circulatory system from a biomaterials, biomechanics, cellular, and tissure engineering perspective. Intellectual property and technology transfer included.
Course Material: Defined by Supervisory Chair Grading Scheme: Letter Credits: Students may elect 1-3 per term
Computer programming lab and lecture utilizes Matlab to analyze biomedical measurements.
Working specifically within the framework of biomedical engineering applications, this course provides the engineering fundamentals of the conservation laws of mass, energy, charge and momentum.
Covers engineering and medical bases of application, measurement and processing of signals to and from living systems. Biomedical transducers for measurements of movement, biopotentials, pressure, flow, concentrations, and temperature are discussed, as well as treatment devices such as ventilators and… Read More