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BMEN.5200 Bioinstrumentation

Id: 042043 Credits Min: 3 Credits Max: 3


This course builds upon students' undergraduate knowledge/experience in circuit analysis and biological signal quantification/processing. Using analog and digital filtering/processing techniques, students will analyze real data sets related to cell/tissue imaging, biomedical imaging, force transduction, and electrophysiological recordings (EMG, EKG, and MEA). As a final project, students will be required to design and propose a set of experiments using bioinstrumentation techniques covered in class, with an emphasis on failure modes and effects analysis (hardware) as well as signal processing and proposed statistical analysis.


PHYS.1440 Physics II, or PHYS.1640 Honors Physics II.

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