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M Sc ETH in Biomedical Engineering www.master-biomed.ethz.ch. ETH Zürich. 12’000 Students 360 Professorships 15 Departments 88 Institutes. Department of Information Technology and Electrical Engineering (D-ITET) (leading house) and the Department of Mechanical and

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M sc eth in biomedical engineering www master biomed ethz ch

M Sc ETH inBiomedical Engineeringwww.master-biomed.ethz.ch


ETH Zürich

12’000 Students

360 Professorships

15 Departments

88 Institutes


Department of Information Technology

and Electrical Engineering (D-ITET)

(leading house)

and the

Department of Mechanical and

Process Engineering (D-MAVT)


Tracks
Tracks

  • Bioimaging

  • Bioinstrumentation & Signal Processing

  • Biomechanics

  • Molecular Bioengineering (D-MATL)


Bioimaging Track

Students work on the development and application of imaging techniques including MR, ultrasound and micro-CT

Core Courses: Biomedical Engineering A & B

Computer Vision I & II

Molecular Imaging

MRI in Medicine

Quantitative & Analytical Microscopy


Bioinstrumentation Track

Students apply signal processing to the development

of instruments to measure biologic signals.

Core Courses: Biomedical Engineering A & B

Signal & Information Processing

Biosensors and Bioelectronics

Micro- & Nanosystems

Microrobotics


Biomechanics Track

Students apply mechanics and measurement methods for understanding the structure and function of biological materials at the organism, organ, tissue, cell and molecular level.

Core Courses: Biomedical Engineering A & B

Biomechanics III & IV

Orthopaedic Bioengineering

Trauma Biomechanics

Multiscale Modelling

Virtual Reality in Medicine

Finite Elements in Biomechanics


Molecular Bioengineering Track

Students investigate the next generation of biologically-inspired materials using techniques from nanoscience, engineering, & molecular and cell biology.

Core Courses: Frontiers in Nanotechnology

Drug Delivery & Targeting

Biomaterial Surfaces

Biocompatible Materials

Molecular Motors


Affiliated Professors (Partial Listing)

  • Peter Bösiger MRI

  • Jürg Dual Blood Viscometry, Cell Manipulation

  • Luigi Gallo Dental Biomechanics

  • Andreas Hierlemann Bioelectronics

  • Christofer Hierold Biomedical Micro and Nanosystems

  • Petros Koumoutsakos Computational Modeling & Simulation

  • Andrea Loeliger EMG Signal Processing

  • Hans Merkle Tissue Engineering & Drug Delivery

  • Ralph Müller Micro-computed Tomography

  • Bradley Nelson Biomicrorobotics, Bio-MEMS

  • Dario Neri Protein Engineering

  • Sven Panke Protein-Based Novel Materials

  • Dimos Poulikakos Biofluids, Heat and Mass Transfer

  • Klaas Prüssmann MR Imaging

  • Robert Riener Neurorehabilitation, Robotics

  • Nicholas Spencer Biotribology

  • Edgar Stüssi Biomechanics

  • Gabor Szekely Medical Image Analysis

  • Markus Textor Biological Oriented Surfaces

  • Viola Vogel Molecular Bioengineering

  • Janos Vörös Biosensors and Bioelectronics

  • Martin Wolf Biomedical Photonics

  • Eckart Zitzler Biological Network Analysis


Curriculum structure
Curriculum Structure

1 cp ECTS = 25-30 hours of study


Key aspects
Key Aspects

  • English language, International

  • Programs lasts 1.5 years

  • Limited Enrollment (30 students)

  • Faculty Advisor assigned based on chosen track

  • Flexible curricula (max. 3 mandatory courses)

  • Interdisciplinary – Biology Core Courses


Biology courses new
Biology Courses (new)

  • Cell and Molecular Biology for Engineers

  • Anatomy and Physiology for Biomedical Engineers

  • Biological Methods for Engineers (Laboratory)


Biological Methods for Engineers

Techniques:

Cell Culture

RNA, DNA Protein Isolation

SDS-PAGE

Western Blotting

RT-PCR, PCR

Microarrays


Admissions

  • Prerequisite is Bachelors Degree in:

  • Biomedical Engineering

  • Electrical Engineering

  • Mechanical Engineering

  • Chemical Engineering

  • Material Science

  • Informatics

  • Mathematics

  • Physics

  • Computer Science

  • ‘sur dossier’ evaluation based on:

  • Grade point average

  • GRE General Test Scores (optional)

  • Curriculum Vitae

  • Statement of Purpose

  • Recommendation Letters

Admissions



Admitted students ws2005 2006
Admitted Students WS2005/2006

  • Switzerland (10)

  • China (4)

  • France (2)

  • USA (2)

  • Russia (1)

  • Turkey (1)

  • India (1)

  • Czech Republic (1)


Admitted students ws2006 2007
Admitted Students WS2006/2007

  • Switzerland (10)

  • France (3)

  • China (3)

  • USA (2)

  • Canada (2)

  • Turkey (2)

  • UK (2)

  • Greece (1)

  • Iran (1)

  • Egypt (1)

  • Singapore (1)

40% Women

70% Foreign


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