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BME 100: Introduction to the Profession
Introduces the student to the scope of the biomedical engineering profession and its role in society, and develops a sense of professionalism in the student. Provides an overview of biomedical engineering through lectures, presentations by outside speakers, hands-on exercises, an...
Professors: Constance L. Hall; David J. Mogul; David W. Gatchell; (more)
Terms: Fall 12-13 | Credits: 3
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BME 200: Biomedical Engineering Application of MATLAB
This course will provide students an opportunity to learn how to use the MATLAB programming environment to solve biomedical engineering problems. Students will learn basic MATLAB functions for importing, analyzing, visualizing, and exporting data, as well as computational techni...
Professors: Bonnie J. Haferkamp; David W. Gatchell; Faculty TBA; (more)
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BME 301: Bio-Fluid Mechanics
Basic properties of fluids in motion. Lagrangian and Eulerian viewpoints, material derivative, streamlines. Continuity, energy, angular and linear momentum equations in integral and differential forms. Applications in biofluids and biomedical devices; rheology of biological fl...
Professors: Constance L. Hall; Hamid Arastoopour; Zoe Demou
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BME 309: Biomedical Imaging and Sensing
An introduction to concepts of imaging and sensing that underlie a wide range of biomedical imaging modalities. Topics covered include cell imaging, multiphoton microscopy for biomedical studies, molecular imaging, infrared imaging, biomedical magnetic imaging, X-ray imaging, nuc...
Professors: Adam Zysk; Konstantinos Arfanakis; Mark A. Anastasio
Terms: Fall 12-13 | Credits: 3
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BME 310: Biomaterials
Applications of biomaterials in different tissue and organ systems. Relationship between physical and chemical structure of materials and biological system response. Choosing, fabricating, and modifying materials for specific biomedical applications.
Professors: Eric Brey
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BME 315: Instrumentation and Measurement Laboratory
Laboratory exercises stress instrumentation usage and data analysis used to determine physiological functions and variables and the relations to the physiological variability.
Professors: David W. Gatchell; Derek G. Kamper; Promila Dhar
Terms: Fall 12-13 | Credits: 2
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BME 315: Instrumentation Laboratory
Laboratory exercises stress instrumentation usage and data analysis used to determine physiological functions and variables and the relations to the physiological variability.
Professors: Derek G. Kamper
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BME 320: Fluids Laboratory
Laboratory experiments in thermodynamics, biological fluid flow, and heat transfer. Emphasis is placed on current methods, instrumentation, and equipment used in biomedical engineering; oral presentation of results; and on the writing of comprehensive reports. Open only to Biome...
Professors: Constance L. Hall; Eric Brey; Promila Dhar
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BME 330: Anlys of Biosignals and Systs
This course is a junior level introduction to the theoretical and practical aspects of signal processing and dynamic systems behavior as they relate to physiological, biological, and biomedical systems. The topics covered will include sampling theory, continuous and discrete Four...
Professors: Mark A. Anastasio
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BME 330: Analysis of Biosignals and Systems
This course is a junior level introduction to the theoretical and practical aspects of signal processing and dynamic systems behavior as they relate to physiological, biological, and biomedical systems. The topics covered will include sampling theory, continuous and discrete Four...
Professors: Derek G. Kamper; Mark A. Anastasio
Terms: Fall 12-13 | Credits: 3
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