Measure your power: Understand the electricity of your body!
When you hear about Brussels: You might think of waffles, fries, a famous child peeing and of course, BEER!
If you think about these things then you are right, that's what we are all about! But the best of all is that we can’t wait to share all these things of our culture and much more with you!
But what about ECG, EEG, EMG? These weird biomedical terms? Do you want to know more about these? Come and find out what they mean!
Otherwise, if you are already familiarized with such techniques, Brussels can be an awesome opportunity for you, where you will be able to get an insight into some of the procedures doctors and researchers follow to maintain our body balance, always from the technical and engineering point of view.
Would you like to measure the electrical activity of your heart and see your own cardiac waves? Are you interested in sharing your best moves with students from all over Europe? Will you join us for this amazing experience? Just apply and count the days to meet us!! ;)
- Fields of activity:
- Applied Sciences , Biomedical Engineering , Computer Engineering , Electrical/Electromechanical Engineering , Electronic/Electrotechnical Engineering , Environmental Engineering
- Content and topics:
- Biomedical engineering: electrophysiological signals (modelling, measuring and data processing).
- Learning goals and objectives:
- Participants will get to know how some of the machines in hospitals work and what kind of information we can obtain by measuring the electrical activity of our organs.
- Examination type:
- Project work or written exam.
- ECTS credits issued:
- Not known yet
Information for applicants
- Selection criteria:
- Motivation letter, previous experience and answers to questions.
All of the following are covered by the event fee:
- Participants will receive lodging in student dormitories on the university campus.
- Three meals per day, at least one warm.
- Transportation for the scheduled activities is provided/ by foot/by public transport.