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2024/2025

Advances in biomedical engineering

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17ADBPBI ZK 5 2P English
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Department of Biomedical Technology
Synopsis:

The course consists of 10 separate lectures. In each of them, lecturers?FBMI researchers will introduce students to their specialization. Therefore, the students will gain (i) an overview of the breadth of problems investigated in biomedical engineering, (ii) information on the latest results in the field, (iii) the concept of research problems solved at the FBMI. The topics of the lectures respect the basic division of biomedical engineering into seven main areas. The division into seven areas is also reflected by the State Doctoral Exam in the BMKT Program. At the same time, the course contains the latest information; therefore, the specific themes of lectures are updated every year.

Requirements:

In English, the course is by default organized in the form of self-study with regular consultations. Students will receive current scientific literature (articles, parts of monographs) for each topic of lectures. The course is concluded by an oral examination preceded by a written preparation. In addition to the exam, students are required to submit a written study on the advances in biomedical engineering.

Syllabus of lectures:

Syllabus of lectures:

1. Development of biomedical engineering (Prof. Ing. Peter Kneppo, DrSc.).

2. Systems physiology, modeling, neuroengineering: Possibilities of using mapping and modeling of the electric field of the heart in cardiological diagnostics (doc. Ing. Milan Tyšler, CSc.).

3. Processing and analysis of biosignals and medical data: Use of biotelemetric systems in medicine (Ing. Pavel Smrčka, Ph.D.).

4. Medical devices and systems: Current state and trends in microwave diagnostics and therapy (doc. Dr.-Ing. Jan Vrba, M.Sc.).

5. Imaging systems in medicine: Current trends in the development of imaging systems in medicine (doc. Ing. Jiří Hozman, Ph.D.).

6. Biomaterials, biosensors, bionanotechnology, tissue engineering, biotechnology and biointeraction: Clever nanostructures for biomedical applications (prof. Dr. Ing. Anton Fojtík, CSc.).

7. Biomaterials, biosensors, bionanotechnology, tissue engineering, biotechnology and biointeraction: Application of laser thin films in medicine (prof. Ing. Miroslav Jelínek, DrSc.).

8. Clinical engineering and management of medical technology: New requirements for research studies and publications involving clinical research (prof. Ing. Karel Roubík, Ph.D.).

9. Clinical engineering and management of medical technology: HTA - Health Technology Assesment (doc. Vladimír Rogalewicz, CSc.).

10. Biomechanics, rehabilitation engineering, prostheses and artificial organs: New trends in biomechanics and rehabilitation engineering (doc. Ing. Patrik Kutílek, Ph.D.).

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Study Objective:

The course consists of 10 separate lectures. In each of them, lecturers?FBMI researchers will introduce students to their specialization. Therefore, the students will gain (i) an overview of the breadth of problems investigated in biomedical engineering, (ii) information on the latest results in the field, (iii) the concept of research problems solved at the FBMI. The topics of the lectures respect the basic division of biomedical engineering into seven main areas. The division into seven areas is also reflected by the State Doctoral Exam in the BMKT Program. At the same time, the course contains the latest information; therefore, the specific themes of lectures are updated every year.

Study materials:

Required:

BRONZINO, Joseph D. a Donald R. PETERSON. Biomedical engineering fundamentals. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press, 2015. ISBN 978-1-4398-2518-1.

BRONZINO, Joseph D. a Donald R. PETERSON. Medical devices and human engineering. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press, 2015. ISBN 978-1-4398-2525-9.

BRONZINO, Joseph D. a Donald R. PETERSON, ed. Biomedical signals, imaging, and informatics. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press, 2015. ISBN 978-1-4398-2527-3.

BRONZINO, Joseph D. a Donald R. PETERSON. Molecular, cellular, and tissue engineering. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press, 2015. ISBN 978-1-4398-2530-3.

Recommended:

Mainly impacted research articles presented on individual lectures.

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