Students intending to qualify in this Engineering Area must include at least six of the modules listed below and must take at least three modules from 3G1, 3G2, 3G3, 3G4 and 3G5.
|3G1||Introduction to Molecular Bioengineering|
|3G3||Introduction to Neuroscience|
|3G4||Medical Imaging and 3D Computer Graphics|
|3C1||Materials Processing and Design|
|3C7||Mechanics of Solids|
|3D7||Finite Element Methods|
|3F1||Signals and Systems|
|3F2||Systems and Control|
|3F3||Statistical Signal Processing|
From quantitative biology to improving clinical practices, Bioengineering presents an ever-important discipline which will transform future medicine and healthcare.
The integration of fundamental engineering principles with latest technologies in the digital and biomedical arena is a unique feature of the Bioengineering subject area. The module selection allows those who wish to specialise in Mechanics, Materials and Bioengineering to take modules such as 3G1, 3G2, 3G4, 3G5, 3C7 and 3D7 and those who wish to specialise in Information Processing and Bioengineering to take modules such as 3G1, 3G2, 3G3, 3G4, 3F1, and 3F3. A broad training in both areas can be accomplished by a combination of the modules specified.
Specialist advice on this Engineering Area can be obtained from the Engineering Area coordinator, Dr A J Kabla.
Last updated on 11/10/2019 12:18