Biomedical Electronics

 

Engineering expertise is required for the complete R&D process starting with an idea and leading e.g. to an approved medical product on the market. The practical part of the training covers:

  • cell biology, cell technology
  • physiology
  • in-vitro diagnostics and hematology
  • sensors and actuators in biological environments
  • imaging techniques
  • data analysis and statistics
  • methods of computer modelling
  • fabricating microstructures