ENGI1112_Intoduction_Spring2012

ENGI1112_Intoduction_Spring2012 - ENGI 1102 The Joy of...

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ENGI 1102: The Joy of Biomedical Engineering Aaron M. Kyle, Ph.D. Elizabeth M.C. Hillman, Ph.D. 1/31/2012
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Overview Objectives What is BME? Teaching Team Engineering Design Project: Vital Sign(s) Monitoring Course Structure
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Course Objectives Course Objectives Introduce engineering design process Develop problem definition and solving skills Perform research to determine best approach Construct a biomedical device and test performance Develop written and oral presentation skills
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What IS Biomedical Engineering? “Biomedical Engineering (BME) is the application of engineering principles and design concepts to medicine and biology” Medical Devices Biomedical Imaging and Signals Cell and Tissue Engineering Biomechanics
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Columbia BME Ed Leonard Aaron Kyle Michael Sheetz Andreas Hielscher Elizabeth Hillman Elisa Konofagou Andrew Laine Paul Sajda Elizabeth Olson Imaging Gerard Ateshian Ed Guo Barclay Morrison Van Mow Biomechanics Hayden Huang Chris Jacobs Clark Hung Lance Kam Helen Lu Samuel Sia Gordana Vunjak- Novakovic Cell & Tissue Henry Hess
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Who am I? BSEE, Kettering University, 2002 Emphasis on digital signal processing and machine vision systems Co-op at Square D Company (1997- 2002) Ph.D. BME, Purdue University, 2007 Dissertation: Acoustical Transmission Line Model Applied to Liquid-Filled Tubes: Measurements and Model Predictions Low frequency acoustics, time- and frequency-domain assessment techniques, signal acquisition Indiana Center for Vascular Biology and Medicine, Postdoctoral Fellow, 2007-2010 Angiogenic effects of PEMFs Magnetic trapping of nano-particle loaded EC Arrythmia detection in long-duration ECG
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Teaching Team Aaron M. Kyle, Ph.D. Instructor
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This note was uploaded on 02/26/2012 for the course ENGI 1102 taught by Professor Vallencourt during the Spring '12 term at Columbia.

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