Course Descriptions وصف المقررات
|Department Electronics Engineering||القسم: الهندسة الإلكترونية|
|Program :Master of Electronics Engineering \ Biomedical||البرنامج: ماجستير هندسة الكترونية /هندسة طبية حيوية|
Compulsory Department Courses Descriptions
MEE01 Advanced Digital Signal Processing 3credits
Digital Signal Processing (DSP) is concerned with the representation of signals in digital form, and with the processing of these signals, and the information that they carry. Topics that will be covered in this course include, Discrete signals and systems, Analysis of discrete time LTI System in time domain, Convolution and Correlation, Sampling, Z-transform, Inverse Z-transform and properties, Analysis of LTI System in Z-domain, Frequency-domain characteristics of LTI System, Frequency response of LTI System, Discrete Fourier transforms and fast Fourier transforms, Finite impulse response (FIR) filter design, Infinite impulse response (IIR) filter design and realization of digital filters, Wavelet Bases on Sequences. The teaching strategy includes Lecture and seminars. This course is mandatory.
MEE02 Embedded Systems 3credits
This course supply student with the advanced topic of embedded system. Issues such as embedded processor selection, development tools, firmware architecture, design, and debugging are discussed. The Intel 8051, a very popular microcontroller, is deeply studied. The Interfacing of this processor to external memory, LCD and sensors are argued. As FPGA’s are becoming part of embedded systems, it is essential for an embedded system developer to be familiar with a hardware description language such as VHDL. Therefore, this course introduces VHDL by informally describing the facilities provided by the language, and using examples to illustrate them. This course depends on lectures, examples, and assignments as teaching strategies. In addition, it depends on introduction of microcontroller as prerequisite course.
MEE03 Engineering Research Methodology 3credits
يعتبر مقرر طرق البحث من المقررات الهامة والإجبارية لطلاب الدراسات العليا كونه يفتح لهم أفاقا جديدهً من المعارف والطرق والتقنيات المتبعة في البحث العلمي ويقدم لهم طرق البحث بخطوات علمية. ويساعد المقرر طالب الدراسات العليا على معرفة مناهج البحث المختلفة ومكونات وكيفية اعداد أطروحة البحث بالإضافة لاستخدام البرامج الحاسوبية المساعدة في اعداد وتوثيق البحث. المقرر أيضا يمكن الطالب من معرفة معايير كتابة ونقد الأوراق العلمية. من ضمن طرق التدريس للمقرر المحاضرات النظرية والمناقشات والعروض الفردية وتكاليف اعداد بحوث إضافة الى تكاليف نقد وتقييم الأوراق والاطروحات العلمية.
Compulsory Program Courses Descriptions
MBM 001 Modeling and simulation of physiological systems 3credits
This course provides an introduction to computational modeling of biomedical systems, with an emphasis on practical aspects of implementing and solving a broad range of models commonly used in bioengineering. Areas to be covered include Background to modeling in Bioengineering, Modeling electrical stimulation of excitable tissue, Models of diffusion and heat transfer, Biomechanics models, Biofluid mechanics models, Multiphysics modeling.
The lectures, tutorials and computer labs, self-learning, assignments and discussion are the methods used to teach course. The required for this course is basic knowing of Solving systems of ordinary, differential equations, Partial differential equations, Finite-difference and finite-element techniques.
MBM 002 Hospital Engineering and management 3credits
Healthcare Technology Management aims for optimal acquisition and utilization of healthcare technologies as part of efficient and cost-effective healthcare services. It is equally important to address the physical environment/s within which healthcare is provided, as well as the information systems supporting healthcare delivery. Course topics include: Role of hospital in Health care, Hospital planning and design, Biomedical equipment procurement procedure, Biomedical equipment management, Hospital management, Database Management System, Hospital electrical System and Hospital Gas supply system.
Students will getthe knowledge in Lectures, Group discussion, Self-learning, Projects and assignments with presentations. The course doesn’t require any prerequisites.
MBM 003 Advance medical Imaging 3credits
In recent years, research in diagnostic imaging modalities is required to detect early diseases. The primary focus of this course is on the advanced physical imaging principles, instrumentation methods, and imaging algorithms, however the medical interpretation of images and the clinical, research and ethical issues in medical imaging are also included where possible to give students a deeper understanding of the development and applications of medical imaging. This course covers Fourier image representation, sampling, and image filtering with applications in medical imaging. Principles of operation, impulse responses, signal-to-noise, resolution and design tradeoffs in projection radiography, tomography, nuclear medicine, ultrasound, and Magnetic resonance imaging.
This course depends on lectures, examples, and weekly homework. Knowledge of linear signals & systems, convolution, basic probability, ID Fourier Transforms is needed.
MBM006 Medical Informatics 3credits
In recent years, research into medical informatics, which deals with effectively organizing, analyzing, managing, and using information in health care, is increasing. This course will introduce medical Informatics including definitions, theory, technologies, workflow and expectations in the informatics field, tools, and professional organizations. This course offers an overview of the field of biomedical informatics, combining perspectives from medicine, computer science and cognitive/social science for use of computers and information in health care and biomedical sciences, covering specific applications and general methods, current issues, capabilities and limitations of biomedical informatics. Topics will focus on medical databases, Structure and application of HIS and future and directions of informatics. This course depends on lectures, examples, and weekly homework and labs. No prerequisite courses are needed.
MBM008 Biosensors and advance Bioinstrumentation 3credits
This course provides an overview of the principles, technologies, methods and applications of biosensors and bioinstrumentation. This course includes: overview of Biomedical Sensors, sensor application-Measurements of Blood Flow and Volume and Respiratory system, and Biosensors, advanced physiological monitoring and therapeutic devices.
The lectures and self-learning , research and discussion are the methods used to teach course.
The prerequisite is basic knowing of bioinstrumentation in Bch. Courses
Elective Program Courses Descriptions
MBML01 Telemedicine 3credits
This course provides an overview of telemedicine and the basic knowledge necessary to understand the role of the telemedicine in a healthcare organization. The course covers the telemedicine and various networking-related topics, particularly those applicable to biomedical engineering applications. Topics include: Definitions Of Telemedicine , History and evolution of Telemedicine, Types of Telemedicine, Telemedicine and Health, Telemedical Technology, Telemedical Standards, Mobile Telemedicine and Telemedicine Applications. Students will getthe knowledge in Lectures, Group discussion, Self-learning, Projects and Assignments with presentations. The course doesn’t have any prerequisite.
MBML02 Rehabilitation Engineering 3credits
This course provides an overview of the engineering principles underlying the design and utilization of devices for persons with disabilities. Topics include: Introduction to Rehabilitation Engineering, Wheel Chair, Orthotic & Prosthetic Devices, Assistive Technology for Vision & Hearing, Advanced Applications. Students will getthe knowledge in Lectures, Group discussion, Self-learning, Projects and assignments with presentations.
Student should have a basic knowledge of human anatomy and Physiology as prerequisite.
MBML03 Advance Biomechanics 3credits
In recent years, research in movement disorders like CP, parkinsons, stroke and musculoskeletal disease like arthritis, osteoporosis is required to solve engineering solution. The goal of this course is to teach students how to develop dynamic models, analyses, and simulations of the human musculoskeletal system for different types of movement. This course covers biomechanics of walking, biomechanics of the upper extremity, movement dynamics, dynamic simulations of human movement, muscle coordination of movement, joint torque from muscle anatomical classification and function analysis of jumping.
Learning will be achieved through a series of lectures, journal article presentations, laboratory exercises, and a course project. Knowledge of basics mechanics and human anatomy is needed.
MBML04 Artificial Organsand prostheses 3credits
This course provides an overview of a sufficient theoretical knowledge of existing artificial organ and prostheses, focusing on their goals, working principles, and limitations
This course including introduction of artificial organs, artificial kidney and artificial liver. The basic physiology artificial organ and prostheses, with emphasis on identifying the bioengineering design requirements for appropriate organ replacement systems, cardiopulmonary bypass systems; hemodialysis systems. Specific engineering/physical chemical concepts in artificial organ and prostheses.
The lectures, tutorials and self-learning, assignment and discussion are the methods used to teach course. The prerequisites for this course is NAN
MBML05 Biomedical Nanotechnology 3credits
This course provides key areas in which nanotechnology can benefit in biomedical and nanomaterials applications. This course including: introduction to nanotechnology, wet and dry, and basics of nanofabrication, also introduces applications such as drug delivery, imaging and diagnostics, and tissue regeneration and engineering. Also course covers applications in Polymeric Materials, Nanoparticles, Nanofibers and applications of nanotechnology to electronics. The lectures, tutorials and self-learning , assignment and discussion are the methods used to teach course. The prerequisites for this course is NAN
MBML06 Bioinformatics 3credits
Bioinformatics is a rapidly evolving and developing field both in terms of breadth of scope of useful applications and in terms of depth of what can be accomplished.
This course is designed to introduce bioinformatics at a level appropriate for biomedical engineering majors having completed courses for chemistry, computer science, and math majors with an interest in biology. This course covers sequence alignment; data mining, Protein Structure Prediction, and microarrays. This course depends on lectures, examples, and weekly homework. By using the well-tested and successful approach of problem-based learning, students will learn through applying the strategies and tools used in bioinformatics to topical problems drawn from ongoing research and applications in a variety of fields. We will assume some background in molecular biology and genetics and no computer science prerequisites for this course.