The Master's in Biomedical Engineering has five specialisations:
- Bioengineering technologies is about developing technologies that can contribute to the recovery of diseased or damaged tissue, such as bone, blood vessels or organs.
- Imaging and in vitro diagnostics focuses on techniques for visualising and interpreting the processes in cells and bodies such as acoustics, ultrasound and magnetism.
- Physiological signals and systems focuses on the central nervous system: for example, you analyse models of the brain or you examine how electrical stimuli can repair impaired bodily functions.
- Biorobotics is about the application of robotics and mechatronics in medicine and healthcare, which you investigate from a mechatronic point of view.
- Medical Device Design focuses on the engineering of devices for diagnostic, assistive, therapeutic or and surgical purposes to improve the lives of patients by developing new technology for human-related applications.