Education

Courses per specialization

In the department of biomechanical engineering we have different specialisations. For each specialisation we recommend you to take a number of courses that we consider to be necessary for graduating in our group. Of course there is also room for taking courses according to your own preference.

Your choice is not entirely free: you course list will need to be approved by one of the professors in our group.

Below you find the different specialisations in our group, the recommended courses for each specialisation, and the professor in charge that has to approve your course list. For more detailed description of the courses checkĀ OSIRIS.

Biomechanics

Prof. Bart Koopman

Relevant courses

  • Biomechanics
  • Human movement control
  • Introduction to finite element modelling
  • Identification of human motion control
  • Biomechatronics
  • Lab on a chip

Biomechatronics

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Relevant and recommended courses

  • Human movement control (2A)
  • Biomechanics (1B)
  • Robotics for medical applications (1B)
  • Biomechatronics (2B)
  • Design principles for precision mechatronics (2A+B)
  • Identification of human motor control (2B)
  • Dynamics and Control (1A+B) or Modern Robotics (1A)
  • Robotics and Vision (1B) or Optimal Estimation in Dynamic Systems (2B)
  • Optimal Control (2A)
  • Advanced Programming (1B)

Biomedical Product Development

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Relevant courses

  • Biomechanics
  • Ergonomics
  • Biomedical signal acquisition
  • Introduction to finite element modelling

Surgical Robots

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  • Robotics for medical applications
  • Advanced medical imaging
  • Computer vision
  • Robust control
  • Optimal control
  • Biomechatronics
  • Design principles for precision mechatronics

Implant Mechanics

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Relevant courses

  • Biomechanics
  • Advanced medical imaging
  • Biomedical signal acquisition
  • Introduction to finite element modeling