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Programme aims

The graduate student must acquire a level of preparation and specialization that allows him to fill technical and technical-organizational roles in work contexts that require knowledge of the methodological aspects of basic sciences, and of both methodological and application aspects of Engineering, with particular reference to the peculiar characteristics of the biomedical engineering class. The graduate must be able to apply analytical tools, numerical simulation techniques, signal and image processing techniques, experimental laboratory methods, design techniques for biomedical devices and rehabilitation devices. The professional figure will be able to participate in the design of biomedical devices for diagnosis, therapy and rehabilitation, in the analysis of complex biological systems and in the management of clinical engineering services. Advanced methods for diagnosis (including quantitative model-based therapies, bio-images, prostheses, rehabilitation systems) are also discussed.

These objectives are achieved through a didactic path which provides - after a solid physical-mathematical basic preparation -  the acquisition of professional and operational skills in all the characterizing disciplines Biomedical Engineering, in particular: biological systems modeling, biomechanics, signal and image processing, rehabilitation engineering, biomedical instrumentation and artificial organs. In the didactic path, a large space is given to the student's autonomous activities, aimed at design, measurement in the laboratory and computer processing through the development of term papers, and didactic exercises in the laboratory, and through the degree thesis. The skills thus acquired, combined with a solid methodological basis, allow him to operate at the level of planning, execution and analysis of even highly complex projects and to interact in a multidisciplinary environment, typical of biomedical engineering.

The typical professional fields for master's degrees in biomedical engineering are those of innovation and development of production, advanced design, planning and programming, management of complex systems, both in the freelance profession and in manufacturing or service companies both in public administrations. Master's degree graduate students in Biomedical Engineering are able to interact with healthcare professionals, within their respective competences, in diagnostic and therapeutic applications. They can find employment in biomedical and pharmaceutical industries that manufacture and supply systems, equipment and materials for prevention, diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation; public and private hospitals; service company for the management of medical equipment and systems, telemedicine; specialized clinical laboratories. A further possible professional outcome is a PhD or a II level Masters.

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Corso di Biomedical Engineering - codice 9266
The aim is to train students to work as professional biomedical engineers who are able to work on the design of biomedical tools, in clinical engineering and/or in scientific research in relation to the application of engineering methods to the… Read more