Session: Biomedical Engineering
The application of engineering principles and problem-solving methodologies to biology and medicine is known as biomedical engineering. This is clearly apparent throughout healthcare, from diagnosis and monitoring for treatment and rehabilitation, and has made its way into the public consciousness through the emergence of implantable medical devices such as pacemakers and artificial hips, as well as more futuristic technologies like artificial intelligence. Biomedical engineers’ researches technological and medical advancements in order to create new technologies and equipment that will improve human health. To address medical demands, artificial organs, surgical robots, advanced prosthetics, new pharmaceutical medications, and kidney dialysis are examples of revolutionary and life-saving innovations developed by combining engineering principles with biological knowledge.
· Biomechanics & Biomedical Applications.
· Biomaterials and Regenerative Engineering.
· Cell and Molecular Engineering.
· Imaging and Biophotonics.
· Medical Devices and Instrumentation.
- Biomedical Engineering
- Advanced Biomaterials
- Dental Biomaterials
- Health monitoring devices
- Medical Imaging and Image Processing
- Biomedical Optics
- Biomaterials and Nanotechnology
- Biomaterials in drug delivery system
- Polymer Biomaterials
- Computational Biology
- Telehealth and Telemedicine