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BIOM 5010 / BMG 5112 - Introduction to Biomedical Engineering

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Description

Research ethics and methods. Engineering systems approach to analysis and modelling of human anatomy and physiology. Introduction to topics including biomechanics, electrophysiology, and computational biology. Biomedical technologies. Impact of technology on society.

Prerequisites

OCIBME and OCIECE graduate students.

Instructor

Andy Adler
Email: adler@sce.carleton.ca
Office: Canal 6204
Phone: +1-613-520-2600 x 8785
Office Hours:  TBA
   
Marie-Ange Janvier
Email: mjanvier@cheo.on.ca
Office: TBA
Phone: TBA
Office Hours:  TBA

Times and Locations

Fall 2022     (Sept. 6 − Dec. 10)

Section  Activity  Day  Time  Location 
BIOM5010    LEC    Wed    14h35−17h25    Southam Hall 502   

This course is in-person.

Text

There is no assigned text. Course material will be from class presentations and assigned readings.

Marks

Work  Value
Quizzes    16
Midterm Exam    24
− Written Exam    − 16
− Oral Exam    − 8
Final Exam    24
− Written Exam    − 16
− Oral Exam    − 8
Project    36
− Project proposal    − 2
− Three sentence    − 2
− Research Ethics    − 8
− Presentation Summary    − 8
− Presentation    −16