BIOMEDieval: it’s a new era in engineering!
Have you ever wondered what Bio-engineering really is?
Are you into robotics and cool stuff?
Do you know how the human body works?
Are you an aspired person?
Are you familiar with the halara spirit and frappe coffee?
If any of the above TRIGGERED you, then Thessaloniki is the (BIO)logical place to be this March.
An amazing experience is waiting for you, with lectures and much more cool stuff for you to immerse yourself into the world of Bio-engineering. Robotic arms, development and history of the field of Bio-engineering and even the Terminator himself are only some of the hot topics you are going to see during your days here!!
You still have doubts??
There is an amazing group of people waiting for you to have the time of our life, taste the local specialities and learn the Greek way of approaching life, in no other place than the beautiful nymph of Thermaikos gulf, Thessaloniki.
Apply Now! Don’t hesitate ;)
- Fields of activity:
- Biological/Biotechnical/Gene Engineering , Biomedical Engineering , Chemical Engineering , Computer Science/Automatic Control/Informatics , Control Engineering/Systems engineering , Electrical/Electromechanical Engineering , Electronic/Electrotechnical Engineering , Materials Engineering , Mechanical Engineering
- Content and topics:
- Automatic control, bio-mechanics, bio-materials,robotics.
- Learning goals and objectives:
- By the end of the course, students will have gained knowledge on different aspects of bio-engineering, basic principles of automatic control and control theories, applications of physics in medical science and the development of algorithms that stimulate organ function simulations.
- Examination type:
- Presentation based on a case study or project or written exam or continuous evaluation.
- ECTS credits issued:
Information for applicants
- Selection criteria:
- Based on motivation letter, interest on the topic and answer to questions.
All of the following are covered by the event fee:
- Hostel, university dormitory or organizers’ houses.
- Three meals per day, at least one hot (provided by organizers).
- Public transportation, car, walking (everything is provided by the organizers).