Biomedical Engineering

Course TitleDescription
BiostatisticsThis course is designed to help students understand the basic theories of probability and statistics and learn to apply and solve engineering problems. Students can apply the skills for data analysis, questionnaires, and sample surveys, etc. and produce accurate reports.
PhysiologyPhysiology is a subject about the functions of human body. This course introduces the functions of human cells and organs, and encourages students to apply acquired knowledge in clinical practices or researches in the medical engineering field.
Physiology ExperimentThis course introduces the technology and methods to monitor and evaluate the physical activities of humans, so students will have a basic understanding of disease diagnosis methods.
Vector AnalysisVector analysis is a part of mathematics, covering differentiatal calculus and integral calculus with an emphasis on the 3-dimensional Euclidean space. The term "vector analysis" is sometimes used as a synonym for the broader subject of multivariable calculus, which includes vector calculus as well as partial differentiation and multiple integration. Vector calculus plays an important role in differential geometry and partial differential equations, and is widely used in physics and engineering, especially in the descriptions of electromagnetic fields, gravitational fields and fluid flow.
General BiologyThis course introduces basic concepts of biology, covering cells, individuals, the ecological environment and biosphere to provide students with an overview of biology and natural occurrences.
Calculus(I)Calculus is a fundamental course, and an effective method to analyze the amount of change, widely used in natural science, engineering technology, and management science, etc.
Electric CircuitsThis course introduces basic principles and theories of electric circuits, including the components of circuits, properties of resistive circuits, and properties of series and parallel circuits. Students will also learn various skills to analyze circuits such as nodal analysis, loop analysis, Superposition principle, Thevenin's theorem, and Norton's theorem to gain an understanding of engineering mathamatics and circuits. Course content includes lectures, discussions and hands-on practices.
Digital ElectronicsThis course discusses the applications of digital circuits in commercial products to receive, handle, and transmit information. Nowadays cell phones and handheld devices provide various innovative and competitive functions. Underneath the attractive graphic user interfaces of these devices is a digital system that processes data in a binary format.
Digital Electronics LaboratoryThis course discusses the applications of digital circuits in commercial products to receive, handle, and transmit information. Nowadays cell phones and handheld devices provide various innovative and competitive functions. Underneath the attractive graphic user interfaces of these devices is a digital system that processes data in a binary format.
Numerical AnalysisIn our course introducing some topics about numerical method, the procedure of numerical analysis, and help student to knowing the using timing of different mathematics problem. Since the numerical analysis is not a mathematics. It is an application of using computer to analysis mathematics problem. Recently, the Speed of execution in computer is much faster. Many difficulty mathematics problems could not find it exact solution and when we use the numerical method could find the approximation solution.
Biomedical Engineering Laboratory (I)This course introduces basic measurement methods in physiology and the corresponding circuit designs.
Biomedical Engineering Laboratory (II)This course introduces basic measurement methods in physiology and the corresponding circuit designs.
Medical UltrasoundThis course introduces hardware and software structure of ultrasound.
Medicle information NetworkThe course aims to train students to systematically establish medical information network and systems, and to effectively use the Internet for studies and researches. Students will also learn the applications.
Electronics Laboratory (I)1. To understand and operate electronic instruments, 2. To understand and measure electronic devices, 3. To implement and measure electronic circuits
Microprocessor Laboratory (I)This course introduces the structure, design principles and programming of a microprocessor, covering the measurement, display and applications of the microprocessor and peripheral components. Course content includes lectures, discussions, and practical work.
General ChemistryThis course introduces basic concepts of chemistry. Both theories and experiments will be covered to strengthen learning results.
Calculus (II)Calculus is a basic mathematical method, and an effective way to analyze the amount of change. It can be used as a useful tool for variable analysis in many fields such as natural science, engineering technology, and management science, etc.
Microprocessor Laboratory (II)This course introduces the structure, design principles and programming of a microprocessor, covering the measurement, display and applications of the microprocessor and peripheral components. Course content includes lectures, discussions, and practical work.
Special Project (I)This course teaches students to develop and design innovative devices through acquired knowledge and teamwork..
Installation and Maintenance in Medical InstrumentationsThis course introduces the installation and maintenance of biomedical imaging instruments and their imaging transmission system.
Electronics (II)This course aims to equip students with basic techniques in the electronic and electrical fields. Students will learn about the features of electric components, basic bias circuits, and principles of amplifying circuits.
Electronics Laboratory (II)1. To understand and operate electronic instruments, 2. To understand and measure electronic devices, 3. To implement and measure electronic circuits
Signals and SystemsThis course introduces the concepts of signals and systems for students to acquire knowledge on the biomedical and engineering science fields.
Special Project (II)This course teaches students to develop and design innovative devices through acquired knowledge and teamwork
Lab of Fundamental of ComputerThis course introduces basic concepts of computers and the operation methods, including Windows system, the numerical system and Windows softwares. The framework of e-commerce and operation modes will also be introduced. Besides, students will learn basic applications of the c language.
Principle and Experiment of Human AnatomyThis course introduces the structure of human bodies through graphic illustrations. Numerous assistive tools including anatomical models and teaching videos will be provided to strengthen learning results.
University Physics (I)This course focuses on physics and mathematics to teach students to analyze and efficiently comprehend scientific readings. Students will also learn to brainstorm and solve problems related to numbers, and gradually be able to apply acquired knowledge in daily life.
Medical Measurement and instrumentation (I)This course introduces the techniques used in medical engineering to equip students with the skills of developing, installing and maintaining medical equipment.
Electronics(I)This course is based on electronic circuits, and introduces the technology of measuring electronic circuits. Students will acquire knowledge on biomedical, engineeing and medical engineering fields, and learn to develop, install or maintain medical equipment.
University Physics (II)This course focuses on physics and mathematics to teach students to analyze and efficiently comprehend scientific readings. Students will also learn to brainstorm and solve problems related to numbers, and gradually be able to apply acquired knowledge in daily life.
Enginerring Mathematics(I)Engineering mathematics integrates several mathematical concepts including geometry, analysis, and algebra, a fundamental course of the engineering field.
Programming and ImplementationThis course focuses on programming language C, covering the applications of program loops, control of input and output as well as the skills of writing programs. Hands-on practices will be given as well.
Medical Measurement and instrumentation (II)This course introduces the techniques used in medical engineering to equip students with the skills of developing, installing and maintaining medical equipment.
Enginerring Mathematics(II)Engineering mathematics integrates several mathematical concepts including geometry, analysis, and algebra, a fundamental course of the engineering field.
Electric Circuits AnalysisThis course introduces various methods to analyze electrical circuits, covering the introductions to series and parallel circuits, analysis skills including nodal analysis, loop analysis, Superposition principles, Thevenin's theorem, and Norton's theorem. Students will not only review the principles and applications of electrical circuits in this class, but also learn about capacitance, resistor-inductor circuits, and differential equtions. Other topics include AC circuits, magnetic-coupled circuits, three-phase circuits, and frequency conversion circuits, etc. Teaching methods include but are not limited to lectures, discussions, and hands-on experiments.
Data StructureThis course is to introduce the representations and techniques of data, and provide practical methods to solve computational problems. Through analyzing data and executing algorithms, students will learn the correct way to write a programs in an efficient way
G Programming LanguageThis course introduces LabVIEW, an advanced programming language designed for the automation of instruments. Labview is designed with the concept of "data flow", which could enable programmers to complete programming while woking on their flow chart. It's often applied in the development and testing of medical equipment.
Medical Image ProcessingWith the advancement of medical imaging technology, medical imaging has gained more and more attention in clinical practices, and plays an important role in many medical diagnostic procedures.
Medical Imaging Equipments (I)This course introduces the design principles of medical instruments and theories of imaging transmission system.
Medical Imaging Equipments (II)This course introduces the design principles of medical instruments and theories of imaging transmission system.
Biomaterial EngineeringThe dynamics of biomaterials is a branch of biodynamics that discusses the internal effects of objects when being hit by outside forces. Many formulas and principles are based on dynamics of biomaterials, so students should acquire clear concepts.
Biofluid MechanicsConcerning biofluid dynamics being an important subject, this course aims to introduce the concepts and definitions of dynamics. Issues and analyses about the cardiovascular and respiratory systems will also be discussed. This course will help students lay a foundation on the bioengineering field and research work.
Cardiovascular Dynamics1.The physiological background and histoical review of blood flow, 2.The rheological properties of blood, 3.The non-Newtonian conditions for blood flow, 4.The elastic chamber of blood flow, 5.The pulsatile properties of blood flow in the different anatomical position of vessels, 6.The pressure wave propagation of blood in arteries, 7.The mechanics of blood flow in capillaries, 8.The biofluid flow in lungs, kidneys and lymph.
Bio-Finite Element AnalysisThis course introduces theories of finite elements, and teaches students to analyze and solve problems via softwares.
Embedded SystemThis course introduces the structure, principles and programming of embedded systems as well as the measurement, display and application principles of embedded systems and their peripheral devices. Course content includes lectures, discussions and hands-on experiments.
Microprocessor Principle (E)This course introduces the structure, design principles and programming of a microprocessor, covering the measurement, display and applications of the microprocessor and peripheral components. Course content includes lectures, discussions, and practical work.
Biomedical Digital Signal ProcessingThis course introduces biomedical signals, discrete time signals and systems, Fourier transform, digital filter design as well as the prediction, estimation, and modeling of biomedical signals. Course content includes lectures, discussions and hands-on experiments.
Rehabilitation and Assistive DevicesThis course introduces the design principles and applications of assistive tools and rehabilitation equipment through multimedia, equipment and evaluation tools. Service work is required to ensure learning results.
Structure and Function of the Musculoskeletal SystemThis course introduces human skeletons and muscles from the viewpoints of biomechanics and engineering.
Introduction of Biomedical EngineeringThis course introduces biomaterials, musculoskeletal systems, biomechanics, tissue engineering, biomedical sensors, biomedical instruments, biomedical signal processing. Course content includes lectures, discussions and hands-on experiments.
Medical Devece Quality SystemThis course introduces the existing inspection systems of medical equipment and relevent regulations to teach students to design and develop medical equipment.
Material Science and ExperimentsThis course introduces the microscopic world of materials, ways to analyze and evaluate material parameters, and ways to strengthen material s.
Biomechanics and ExperimentsThis course introduces concepts of statics, dynamics and mechanics of materials, and illustrates the connections between dynamics and human bodies. Students will also learn the applications.
Biomaterials and Experiments (M)The class materials are same as those used in the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Course content focuses on biocompatibility, covering issues related to biomedical materials, alternative materials and innovative medical equipment.
Biomedical Control SystemWhen students faces the demands of integrating mechanical and electrical concepts, this course could help students’ designing easily in biomedical instruments by using control theorems.
Validation and Management of Medical DevicesWith the development of medical technology, biotechnology industry is an emerging industry in the 21st century, and medical equipment is extremely important in the biotechnology industry. Therefore, the management and safety of medical equipment is crucial, so this course will introduce ISO13485, and related security standards. Besides, recent regulations require all medical products must be evaluated for electromagnetic compatibility, and EMC's technology in product design and development stage cannot be avoided. Therefore, this course will also introduce basic theories of EMI/ EMC, EMC design, specifications and measurement technology, and regulations related to medical equipment EMC, so students can learn the theories of EMC design and applications of medical equipment.
Bio-TechnologyThis course integrates bioengineering and medical engineering with an emphasis on the principles of tecnology and its applications.
Human Motion Analysis and DesigningThis course will review theories of motion analysis, including kinematics and kinetics. Students will also be guided to discuss issues related to the motions of human bodies and robots.
Well-being Technology and PracticeThis course introduces the development of well-being technology for the elderly as well as concepts about aids and the latest healthcare techniques.
Mechanism designThis course focuses on the principles of mechanical components. Students will get access to computer-aided design softwares to carry out hands-on experiments and understand the structure of machinery.
Computer Aided Design of Medical DevicesThis course teaches students to create, design graphics and use CAD softwares.
Clinical engineeringThis course introduces topics about physical electrical signals, biosensors, clinical equipment, and medical signal measurement systems. Many of instruments are used in medicine. Other topics include principles of Electrocardiographs (ECG), Ultrasonic System, Electroencephalography (EEG), Biomedical Equipment, and electromyography (EMG) machine. Studnets will have the opportunity to practice maintenance skills of medical instruments.
Industry Practice (I)Students will have internship opportunities for the entire semester to learn about the process of product commercialization and accumulate practical experience.
Industry Practice(II)Students will have internship opportunities for the entire semester to learn about the process of product commercialization and accumulate practical experience.
Clinical Engineering Practical TraningThis course allows students to have internship at hospitals and corporations.
Sleep Medicine and TechnologyStudents will have internship opportunities for the entire semester to learn about the process of product commercialization and accumulate practical experience.
Sleep PhysiologyThis course introduces the mechanism of sleep, causes of sleep disorders, evaluations of sleep quality, and ways to improve sleep quality.
Polysomnography PracticeThis course introduces the tools and procedures of sleep quality check. Students will learn to operate the sleep quality detector and write reports.
Introduction to Machine LearningWith the rise of artificial intelligence and the Internet of Things, smart medical and smart mobile devices will be the future trend of medical care, and data analysis will become an important technology for understanding and forecasting. Artificial Intelligence is about to bring all aspects of human influence, from AlphaGo to victory over human Go chess, from medical, driverless cars, audio and video recognition, translation, automatic dubbing, hacking automatic attack and defense, e-sports games, etc., transportation, education , language, security, e-sports, creation, business and many other fields, big data, hardware computing, machine learning and deep learning algorithmic breakthroughs, this course is guided by ideas and implementation, from shallow to deep Everyone implements the key technology of artificial intelligence. Let students understand how AI-related technologies are applied in the product development process in the future.