Biomedical Electronics and Biocybernetics
FEKTAbbreviation: PPA-BEBAcad. year: 2020/2021
Programme: Electrical Engineering and Communication
Length of Study: 4 years
Accredited from: 25.7.2007Accredited until: 31.12.2020
The doctoral study provides the graduates of MSc study in the area of biomedical electronics and biocybernetics with a higher degree of education, deepening their theoretical background.
The study is aimed at deepening of theoretical knowledge of students in advanced mathematics, physics and in disciplins forming the theoretical basis of the chosen field. Also, necessary experience in experimental work and in processing of the obtained results should be provided, including exploitation of advanced methods of applied informatics.
The final goal is that the students will master methods of scientific research.
Key learning outcomes
A graduate of the doctoral study is expected to be a distinct personality with a recognised research result, wide horizon of knowledge and ability to solve complex scientific and technical-research tasks in the field of biomedical electronics and biocybernetics and in neighbouring fields.
Maximum flexibility and professional adaptivity is the undisputed property of a graduate of doctoral study.
Occupational profiles of graduates with examples
Graduate of doctoral programme should be a strong personality with substantial scientific results, large horizon and ability to solve complex scientific and research technical tasks in area of biomedical electronics and biocybernetics. He/she will have maximum flexibility and professional adaptability in wide area of biomedical engineering. Graduates will be able to work as scientific and research staff in basic and applied research, as specialists in development, construction and production, in research institutes and at industrial companies and users of medical devices and applied information technologies in medicine and biology.
Issued topics of Doctoral Study Program
Course structure diagram with ECTS credits
|DBM1A||Advanced methods of processing and analysis of images||en||4||Optional specialized||DrEx||S - 39||no|
|DTK2A||Applied cryptography||en||4||Optional specialized||DrEx||S - 39||no|
|DET1A||Electrotechnical materials, material systems and production processes||en||4||Optional specialized||DrEx||S - 39||no|
|DFY1A||Junctions and nanostructures||en||4||Optional specialized||DrEx||S - 39||no|
|DEE1A||Mathematical Modelling of Electrical Power Systems||en||4||Optional specialized||DrEx||S - 39||no|
|DME1A||Microelectronic Systems||en||4||Optional specialized||DrEx||S - 39||no|
|DRE1A||Modern electronic circuit design||en||4||Optional specialized||DrEx||S - 39||no|
|DAM1A||Selected chaps from automatic control||en||4||Optional specialized||DrEx||S - 39||no|
|DVE1A||Selected problems from power electronics and electrical drives||en||4||Optional specialized||DrEx||S - 39||no|
|DTE1A||Special Measurement Methods||en||4||Optional specialized||DrEx||S - 39||no|
|DMA1A||Statistics, Stochastic Processes, Operations Research||en||4||Optional specialized||DrEx||S - 39||no|
|DJA6A||English for post-graduates||cs||4||General knowledge||DrEx||Cj - 26||no|
|DMA2A||Discrete Processes in Electrical Engineering||en||4||Optional specialized||DrEx||S - 39||no|
|DME2A||Microelectronic technologies||en||4||Optional specialized||DrEx||S - 39||no|
|DRE2A||Modern digital wireless communication||en||4||Optional specialized||DrEx||S - 39||no|
|DTE2A||Numerical Computations with Partial Differential Equations||en||4||Optional specialized||DrEx||S - 39||no|
|DTK1A||Optimization Methods and Queuing Theory||en||4||Optional specialized||DrEx||S - 39||no|
|DET2A||Selected diagnostic methods, reliability and quality||en||4||Optional specialized||DrEx||S - 39||no|
|DAM2A||Selected chaps from measuring techniques||en||4||Optional specialized||DrEx||S - 39||no|
|DBM2A||Selected problems of biomedical engineering||en||4||Optional specialized||DrEx||S - 39||no|
|DEE2A||Selected problems of electricity production||en||4||Optional specialized||DrEx||S - 39||no|
|DFY2A||Spectroscopic methods for non-destructive diagnostics||en||4||Optional specialized||DrEx||S - 39||no|
|DVE2A||Topical Issues of Electrical Machines and Apparatus||en||4||Optional specialized||DrEx||S - 39||no|
|DQJAA||English for the state doctoral exam||cs||4||Compulsory||DrEx||no|
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