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Code of the learning outcome of the programme Learning outcomes
The graduate:
Codes of the learning outcomes of the areas of education to which the learning outcome of the programme is related
KNOWLEDGE
W01 has knowledge in the field of mathematics, including: algebra, analysis and elements of discrete and applied mathematics, including mathematical tools and numerical methods that enable to apply them in a formal description of technical and biomedical objects and processes T1A_W01
W02 has knowledge of the basics of probability calculus and mathematical statistics, in particular in the field of: formulating descriptions of measurement uncertainties, calculating probabilities and conditional probabilities, calculating the reliability of simple hardware systems and program systems, practical application of limit theorems and the laws of large numbers as well as the basics of statistics - implementation of statistical analysis and simple statistical inference T1A_W01
W03 has knowledge in the field of physics necessary to understand the basic physical phenomena and processes, including: mechanics, optics, electricity and magnetism, nuclear physics and solid state physics, including methods of measuring basic physical quantities and analysis of physical phenomena reflected in technical applications / issues used in biomedical engineering T1A_W01
W04 understands chemical transformations and their significance for the technological processes used in biomedical engineering systems T1A_W01
W05 has knowledge of the basics of human anatomy and physiology, biochemical mechanisms of body functioning, basic biochemical indicators and their influence on the state of basic body functions; can use basic medical knowledge to create biomedical engineering systems; can apply basic concepts of biology, molecular biology and biotechnology in biomedical engineering M1_W01, M1_W02, T1A_W02
W06 has basic theoretical knowledge in the field of mechanics, allowing to solve technical problems that are not too complex; has basic theoretical knowledge in the field of strengthening elements of mechanical devices, allowing to solve not too complex problems in this field; has basic theoretical knowledge allowing for the design of not very complex biomechanical systems using computer-aided methods T1A_W01, T1A_W02
W07 has basic knowledge in the field of materials and biomaterials used in the biomedical industry; has elementary knowledge in the field of nanotechnology and nanomaterials necessary for the manufacture of medical devices T1A_W05, T1A_W07
W08 has basic knowledge in the field of construction and operation of basic electronic elements and systems, both analog and digital ones, and basic electronic systems, as well as in the field of electrical circuit theory, theory of signals and methods of their processing T1A_W02
W09 has basic knowledge as far as using electrical measuring equipment, workshop metrology and various measurement techniques is concerned; knows the basic methods for the development of results, sources and assessment of measurement errors; knows the basic computational methods and IT tools necessary to analyse the results of experiments T1A_W03
W10 knows the basics of computer graphics and image processing methods, as well as the basics of three-dimensional image processing and animation T1A_W03
W11 knows the principles of operation of medical devices used in the process of collecting and processing medical data required in the process of automatic diagnostics, as well as image segmentation algorithms in medical applications; knows reconstruction algorithms used in computed tomography, algorithms applied in the extraction of morphometric features of objects identified in medical images; can use software for storing, sharing and managing large volumes of medical data using computer networks; can implement procedures supporting medical diagnostics with the use of data analysis and exploration algorithms; knows basic problems of bioinformatics and bioinformatics of systems; understands the principles of operation, selection, operation and maintenance of medical imaging equipment M1_W03, T1A_W03, T1A_W04, T1A_W05, T1A_W06
W12 has basic knowledge of computer architecture, in particular the hardware layer in the field of architecture and software of microprocessor systems (high and low level languages) T1A_W06
W13 has well-organized knowledge in the field of methodologies and techniques of analysis, design, modelling, testing, manufacturing and maintenance of software and knows the concepts of procedural, functional and object programming, and the importance of code quality in the aspect of software maintenance T1A_W07
W14 has elementary knowledge in the field of architecture of computer systems, networks and network operating systems, necessary for the installation, operation and maintenance of IT tools for measuring, simulation and design of biomedical elements and systems T1A_W07
W15 has elementary knowledge of the basics of telecommunications and telecommunication systems and networks as well as devices included in ICT networks, such as wireless networks, and configuration parameters necessary for the operation of local and wide area network infrastructure T1A_W06
W16 has knowledge of the basics of control, automation, cybernetics and biocybernetics T1A_W06
W18 knows the general principles of creating and developing forms of individual entrepreneurship M1_W12, T1A_W11
W20 has elementary knowledge in the field of intellectual property protection and patent law M1_W11, T1A_W10
SKILLS
U01 can acquire information from literature, databases and other sources; can integrate the information obtained, interpret it, and draw conclusions and understandably formulate and justify opinions in both speech and writing M1_U06, M1_U07, M1_U08, M1_U13, T1A_U01
U02 can work individually and in a team; knows how to estimate the time needed to complete a given task; is able to develop and implement a schedule of work to ensure that the deadlines are met; skilfully presents and discusses a selected topic related to biomedical engineering; has developed interpersonal communication in private and professional life M1_U05, M1_U10, T1A_U02
U03 is able to develop documentation regarding the implementation of an engineering task and prepare a text containing a discussion of the results of this task M1_U09, M1_U12, T1A_U03
U04 can prepare and present a short presentation devoted to the results of an engineering task M1_U03, M1_U13, T1A_U04
U05 has self-study ability, has the ability to raise his/her professional competence and that of other people M1_U05, T1A_U05
U06 speaks English sufficiently to communicate, as well as to read and understand catalogue cards, application notes, manuals for biomedical devices and IT tools and similar documents; can use English specialized technical vocabulary when communicating with other users of this language M1_U14, T1A_U06
U07 uses a computer connected to the Internet skilfully and in an advanced way; efficiently uses it in everyday life and in the process of education and self-study, uses application software, prepares materials and multimedia presentations; creatively uses information technology to search, gather and process information and to communicate; knows how to use systems of: computer graphics, digital image processing, modelling of computer graphics objects, skilfully uses web technologies, inter alia, to build dynamically generated websites M1_U01, M1_U02, T1A_U07
U10 can use appropriate programming environments, simulators and computer-aided design tools for simulation, design and verification of biomedical elements and systems as well as simple medical equipment systems T1A_U09
U11 can apply routine methods and IT tools for practical engineering tasks, including: design and implementation of systems for automatic recognition of biomedical images, biometric systems, as well as basic information processing techniques T1A_U06, T1A_U07, T1A_U09
U12 can understand the essence of the operation and construction of complex, integrated mechanical-electronic-IT systems; can implement innovative mechatronic solutions T1A_U09
U13 can, using analogue and digital techniques (simple signal processing systems) and appropriate hardware and software tools, measure basic bioelectric potentials generated by human organs, and then analyse these signals in the time and frequency domain, taking into account the need to separate bioelectric signals and their parameters from the background, and is able to assess the correctness of measurement and interpretation of results T1A_U08, T1A_U09
U14 skillfully uses workshop metrology, methods for the development of results and assessment of measurement errors, and demonstrates the mastery of various measurement techniques used in manufacturing processes T1A_U08
U15 can use catalogue cards and application notes to select the appropriate components of the designed biomedical system T1A_U02
U16 can configure and use communication devices in local and wide area (wired and wireless) teleinformation networks T1A_U07
U17 can carry out load analysis of anatomical elements of the human musculoskeletal system, design models of medical devices, including implants and artificial organs, and carry out their biomechanical testing in terms of functionality T1A_U09
U19 applies the principles of health and safety at work and skilfully uses the provisions regulating working conditions in the implementation of tasks in the field of biomedical engineering T1A_U11
U23 can skillfully combine theory with practice during the implementation of tasks and projects in companies and enterprises that offer jobs related to biomedical engineering applications T1A_U15, T1A_U16
U25 can formulate an algorithm, use high and low level programming languages and appropriate IT tools for biomedical data processing and development of computer programs controlling biomedical systems T1A_U16
U26 can create artificial intelligence and data mining systems to collect, group and search information based on selected methods T1A_U16
SOCIAL COMPETENCES
K01 understands the need and knows the possibilities of continuous education and lifelong learning (second and third degree studies, postgraduate studies, courses, self-education) - raising professional, personal and social competences; can organize the process of self-education and encourage other people to this process M1_K01, T1A_K01
K03 is aware of the responsibility for his/her own work and ready to comply with the rules of teamwork and take responsibility for jointly realized tasks, including the appropriate determination of priorities for the implementation of the tasks set by himself/herself or other people M1_K04, M1_K05, T1A_K03, T1A_K04
K04 behaves in a professional manner, abides by the rules of professional ethics, respects the dignity of patients during medical procedures, respects the diversity of views and cultures as well as legal provisions in medicine and biomedical engineering M1_K03, M1_K06, T1A_K05
K06 is aware of the social role of an engineer, and especially understands the need to formulate and communicate to the public – inter alia through mass media - information and opinions on the achievements of biomedical engineering and other aspects of the biomedical engineer's activity; takes efforts to provide such information and opinions in a comprehensible, impartial and factual manner M1_K08, T1A_K07
K07 carries out tasks in a way that ensures his/her own and other people’s safety, complies with safety regulations M1_K07
Code of the learning outcome of the programme Learning outcomes leading to the acquisition of engineering competences
The graduate:
Codes of the learning outcomes of the areas of education to which the learning outcome of the programme is related
KNOWLEDGE
W17 has basic knowledge of methods, techniques, tools and materials in the field of decision support systems and other artificial intelligence systems, used in solving simple engineering tasks, including designing and simulation of biomedical systems InzA_W02, T1A_W07
W19 applies the principles of health and safety at work and skilfully uses the provisions regulating working conditions in the implementation of tasks in the field of biomedical engineering InzA_W04, T1A_W09
W21 has basic knowledge of the current state of technology and the latest development trends in biomedical engineering InzA_W05, T1A_W05
W22 has basic knowledge of the life cycle of biomedical devices and systems InzA_W01, T1A_W06
W23 has basic knowledge to understand social, economic, legal, ethical and other non-technical conditions of engineering activities; knows the basic principles of health and safety management and ergonomics applicable in the biomedical industry; understands the principles of bioethics, patent protection and copyright InzA_W03, M1_W08, T1A_W08
SKILLS
U08 is able to plan and carry out simulations and measurements of electrical, optical and magnetic characteristics as well as to extract basic parameters characterizing materials, elements as well as analogue and digital biomedical systems; can present the results in numerical and graphical form, interpret them and draw the right conclusions InzA_U01, T1A_U08
U09 can use the learned methods and mathematical models as well as computer simulations to analyze and evaluate the operation of biomedical devices InzA_U02, T1A_U09
U18 can - by formulating and solving tasks involving the design of biomedical elements and systems - recognize their non-technical aspects, including environmental, economic and legal aspects InzA_U03, T1A_U10
U20 is able to compare design solutions for biomedical elements and systems in terms of given operational and economic criteria InzA_U04, T1A_U12
U21 can make a critical analysis of the way technical solutions (devices, objects, systems, processes and services of biomedical engineering) work and evaluate them InzA_U05, T1A_U13
U22 can specify project assumptions, and then formulate the specification of simple biomedical engineering tasks of a practical nature, including: planning the implementation process of a simple biomedical device, along with an initial economic calculation of the costs incurred InzA_U06, T1A_U14
U24 can assess the usefulness of routine methods and tools, typical for biomedical engineering, used to solve simple engineering tasks, and choose the right methods and tools InzA_U07, T1A_U15
U27 can - according to a given specification - design and implement a simple device, object, system or process applied in biomedical engineering using the right methods, techniques and tools InzA_U08, T1A_U16
SOCIAL COMPETENCES
K02 is aware of the importance of the effects of the biomedical engineer’s activity, understands the non-technical aspects and effects of his/her activities, including the impact on the environment and related responsibility for the decisions made InzA_K01, T1A_K02
K05 can think and act in an entrepreneurial way InzA_K02, T1A_K06

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