Imaging and modeling of materials for biomedical applications
General description of the specialization
Problems related to biomaterials include: selection of materials for implants and their applications, the impact of the environment of the living organism on the implant behaviour, bioavailability, tissue reaction mechanisms, biophysical, biochemical and biomechanical requirements for implants, degradation of biomaterials, technologies of applying surface layers to implants, construction problems. Imaging and modelling of biomaterials enable to solve the above problems in a non-invasive way.
• work in research institutions and research and development centres
• work in institutions dealing with counselling and dissemination of knowledge in the field of biomedical engineering and biomaterial technology as well as computer support in technology
The conditions that must be met in order to complete studies in the field of biomedical engineering include:
1. obtaining the required learning outcomes, including getting credits and passing exams from all modules as well as obtaining the required number of ECTS points envisaged in the study plan and educational program for the whole course of education;
2. successful thesis defense in front of a board of examiners
Completing studies in the field of biomedical engineering is certified by a higher education diploma.
Internships (hours and conditions)
Number of ECTS credits required to achieve the qualification equivalent to the level of study
Percentage of the ECTS credits for each of the areas to which the learning outcomes are related to the total number of ECTS credits
technical studies : 100%
Karta Kierunku & Informator ECTS
Karta Kierunku 220.127.116.11-unknown