Bio-sensors, Bio-signals and Bio-systems
Bio-engineering focuses on engineering and the life sciences. It promotes scientific discovery to better the understanding of health problems and it fosters the development of new technologies to improve the accuracy of diagnosis and efficacy of treatment.
Who are Bio-engineers?
The bio-engineering community is extensively interdisciplinary. In this field, you can find electrical engineers, mechanical engineers, chemical engineers, computer engineers, physicists, mathematicians, statisticians, biologists, biochemists,
physicians and more. Students from a variety of backgrounds in engineering, physical sciences and medicine are enrolled in this program.
Bio-research in ECEN is focused on exploring novel sensors, signal processing algorithms, and systems dedicated to make biological malfunctions "visible" before "treatable".
Introduction to Medical Imaging
Introduction Bio-medical Engineering
Numerical Methods in Electromagnetics
- Research Labs