Publication detail

Combining biomedical engineering tuition with ecological aspects

J.Jan

Original Title

Combining biomedical engineering tuition with ecological aspects

English Title

Combining biomedical engineering tuition with ecological aspects

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

A substantial change in the attitude to the teaching process appeared in 1989 when the concept of the biomedical engineering has been adopted as a solid technological tuition with a good deal of mathematics, biophysics, electronics and informatics plus some extras concerning primarily the ability of communicating with the medical staff. About 4 years ago, a new reformation of the study scheme has been started, effectively replacing the 5-year curriculum by the two-stage study (Bc+MSc). In this frame, a new MSc two-year study branch has been established encompassing not only biomedical technological concepts but also concepts used in ecological measurement and screening. In the paper, details are given on the concept and content of this MSc study; the individual courses and grouping of them will be described and expected possibilities of the graduates evaluated.

English abstract

A substantial change in the attitude to the teaching process appeared in 1989 when the concept of the biomedical engineering has been adopted as a solid technological tuition with a good deal of mathematics, biophysics, electronics and informatics plus some extras concerning primarily the ability of communicating with the medical staff. About 4 years ago, a new reformation of the study scheme has been started, effectively replacing the 5-year curriculum by the two-stage study (Bc+MSc). In this frame, a new MSc two-year study branch has been established encompassing not only biomedical technological concepts but also concepts used in ecological measurement and screening. In the paper, details are given on the concept and content of this MSc study; the individual courses and grouping of them will be described and expected possibilities of the graduates evaluated.

Keywords

Biomedical engineering, MSc curriculum, environment protection, ecology

RIV year

2006

Released

01.07.2006

Publisher

iNEER

Location

San Juan

ISBN

1-58874-649-6

Book

Proc. Int. Conf. ICEE 2006, San Juan

Edition

1

Edition number

1

Pages from

18

Pages to

21

Pages count

4

URL

knihovna ÚBMI FEKT VUT

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT24214,
  author="Jiří {Jan}",
  title="Combining biomedical engineering tuition with ecological aspects",
  annote="A substantial change in the attitude to the teaching process appeared in 1989 when the concept of the biomedical engineering has been adopted as a solid technological tuition with a good deal of mathematics, biophysics, electronics and informatics plus some extras concerning primarily the ability of communicating with the medical staff. About 4 years ago, a new reformation of the study scheme has been started, effectively replacing the 5-year curriculum by the two-stage study  (Bc+MSc). In this frame, a new MSc two-year study branch has been established encompassing not only biomedical technological concepts but also concepts used in ecological measurement and screening. In the paper, details are given on the concept and content of this MSc study; the individual courses and grouping of them will be described and expected possibilities of the graduates evaluated.",
  address="iNEER",
  booktitle="Proc. Int. Conf. ICEE 2006, San Juan",
  chapter="24214",
  edition="1",
  institution="iNEER",
  year="2006",
  month="july",
  pages="18",
  publisher="iNEER",
  type="conference paper"
}