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  • This course is designed to acquire hands-on analog and digital signal processing techniques for various biological/biomedical engineering problems. After learning some elementary instrumentation and measurement skills, students are encouraged to design a PC-based biosignal processing system for several bioinstrumentation problems including EMG, ECG, and speech recognition tasks.
  • This course inrtoduces and discusses the fundamentals of data structures and algorithms that are required for efficient computer programming in bio and brain engineering areas. It covers design of data structures and algorithms for bio-data analysis and biological applications.

    For those who do not have programming language skills, C and C++ are taught and practiced.

  • The course will introduce basic circuit analysis techniques that is useful for understanding bioelectricity and the design & analysis of biomedical instrumentation systems. Fundamental understanding of electrical circuit theory will be emphasized to model and interpret many physiological systems and phenomenon using basic circuit concepts.
  • In this course, graduate students provide an oral presentation on their recent ongoing work in order to have comments from students and professors in other research fields within bioengineering.
  • This course will introduce neurological diseases and psychiatric disorders which give perturbation to nervous system. This will give students more understanding of nervous system and application of bioengineering technique for treatment or rehabilitation.

  • This is an advanced bioinformatics course for genomics and functional genomics. Introductory part of the course will deal with the characteristics of several representative genomes in virus, prokaryotes, archeas and eukaryotes. Student will study about the computational analysis of genome structures, various levels of genetic and epigenetic gene expression regulation mechanism, and several state-of-the-art applications of them on the current biomedical industry. Several papers will be selected for each scheduled subject as reading materials. The summary report, presentation and discussions about the selected papers will be evaluated.
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