PROGRAMMAZIONE DIDATTICA COORTE A.A. 2021/2022
CORSO DI LAUREA MAGISTRALE in 11159 BIOENGINEERING (classe LM-21)

SCHEDA INFORMATIVA

Sede amministrativa:  GE
Classe delle lauree in: 

Classe delle lauree magistrali in INGEGNERIA BIOMEDICA (classe LM-21)

Durata:  2 anni
Indirizzo web:  http://bioingegneria.dibris.unige.it/
Dipartimento di riferimento:  SEZIONE INTERSCUOLA POLITECNICA DEL DIBRIS

PIANO DI STUDI

1° anno (coorte 2021/2022)

INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES FOR PERSONALIZED MEDICINE - GE
Codice Disciplina Settore CFU Tipologia/Ambito Obiettivi Formativi Propedeuticità
80563 ANALYSIS OF BIOMEDICAL DATA AND SIGNALS ING-INF/06 9 9 CFU CARATTERIZZANTI Ingegneria Biomedica
The course provides students with the essential tools and operational skills for quantitative analysis of data and signals of interest for medicine and biology, on a probabilistic perspective

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80585 CHEMISTRY AND BIOCHEMISTRY 9 The course aims to provide knowledge and operational skills on the main mathematical tools for numerical computation, with particular reference to their application in the field of bioengineering

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  80586 - MOD. 1 CHEMISTRY AND ORGANIC CHEMISTRY CHIM/07 5 5 CFU AFFINI O INTEGRATIVE Attività Formative Affini o Integrative
This unit aims to provide students with an in-depth knowledge on topics of chemistry, coordination chemistry and organic chemistry, focusing on the identification of the main classes of organic compounds, on explanation of reaction mechanisms with thermodynamics and kinetic considerations, and on the discussion of structure/properties relationship of synthetic and natural macromolecules.

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  80587 - MOD. 2 BIOCHEMISTRY BIO/10 4 4 CFU AFFINI O INTEGRATIVE Attività Formative Affini o Integrative
One of the professional opportunities for graduates in Bioengineering is the design/implementation of instrumentation for the analysis of metabolites, as possible markers of pathologies. The general objective of the Biochemistry unit is to provide concepts of biochemistry and clinical biochemistry to understand the meaning of metabolite evaluations, as indicators of (dys)metabolism, and to acquire a language that allows the Bioengineer to interact with physician/biotechnologists in the design/implementation of equipment for biomedical diagnosis and/or research. Specific objectives include: 1. To recognize and describe the main biomolecules (lipids, proteins, carbohydrates, nucleotides); 2. To understand and discuss the role of enzymatic regulation (also through knowledge of signaling and kinetics) in the different metabolic pathways; 3. To distinguish the main anabolic and catabolic pathways, connecting them in different metabolic or dysmetabolic conditions, with a focus on the (dys)functional integration between the different human organs.

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86744 BIOMEDICAL ROBOTICS ING-INF/06 6 6 CFU CARATTERIZZANTI Ingegneria Biomedica
The purpose of this course is to provide a perspective on robotics technologies applied to (and inspired by) themes of biomedical research and practice. Robotics is a multidisciplinary technology, with elements from computer, electrical and mechanical engineering and with an increasing spectrum of biomedical applications. The first part of the course is intended to provide a background of formal instruments for understanding control of biomedical robotic devices. The second part is devoted to in-depth analysis of specific applications. These include basic research in sensory-motor systems, advanced surgical and diagnostic techniques, human-machine interfaces, robots for assistance and rehabilitation, biomimetic robotics

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104819 ENGLISH LANGUAGE 2 3 3 CFU ALTRE ATTIVITA' Ulteriori Conoscenze Linguistiche

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106735 MATHEMATICAL METHODS FOR BIOENGINEERING MAT/08 6 6 CFU AFFINI O INTEGRATIVE Attività Formative Affini o Integrative
The course aims to provide knowledge and operational skills on the main mathematical tools for numerical computation, with particular reference to their application in the field of bioengineering

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106736 BIOMEDICAL IMAGING ING-INF/06 6 6 CFU CARATTERIZZANTI Ingegneria Biomedica
The course aims to provide the tools for analyzing, understanding and extracting information from biomedical or biological images. During the course the characteristics of the different types of diagnostic imaging will be presented and students will develop small projects (with Matlab and with open source platforms) in working groups

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106746 BIOINFORMATICS ING-INF/06 6 6 CFU CARATTERIZZANTI Ingegneria Biomedica
Bioinformatics is the study of how information is represented and analyzed in biological systems, especially information derived at the molecular level. The course will focus on the methodological and technological basis of bioinformatics, they include the creation and management of standard terminologies and data representations, the integration of heterogeneous databases, the organization and searching of the biomedical literature, the use of machine learning techniques to extract new knowledge, the simulation of biological processes, and the creation of knowledge-based systems to support advanced practitioners in the field.

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106747 BIOSENSORS AND MICROSYSTEMS ING-IND/34 6 6 CFU CARATTERIZZANTI Ingegneria Biomedica
The aim of the course is to provide the basic concepts of biosensing in terms of sensing elements (suitable biomolecules and their immobilization strategies), recognition mechanisms (biocalattic and affinity based) and transducing principles (focusing on electrochemical and optical transducers). Some design principles based on target specifications will be also given as well as an overview of the main application fields of biosensors. The second part of the course aims at introducing the main concepts of microsystems applied to biomedicine and biotechnology, with emphasis on the scaling laws governing miniaturization, the fabrication techniques, and some specific aspects such as microfluidics and integration.

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106748 ENGINEERING FOR PERSONALIZED MEDICINE RESEARCH TRACK ING-IND/34 2 2 CFU ALTRE ATTIVITA' Tirocini Formativi e di Orientamento
Lab internship, focusing on learning specific skills pertinent to the track of choice, and on working on an individual project.

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106753 TECHNOLOGIES FOR PERSONALIZED MEDICINE ING-IND/34 9 9 CFU CARATTERIZZANTI Ingegneria Biomedica
Overview of the main aspects of personalized medicine approaches by introducing the clinical impact of individual molecular and lifestyle variability and of environmental factors. In particular the course will cover omics principles enabling greater treatment precision respect to conventional diagnostics and treatment approaches, through the intensive use of informatic resources. The students will address the basics of molecular diagnostics, the role of biomarkers and of genomic and non-genomic factors at the basis of personalized medicine. The course also covers the technological basis of digital health applied to individual patient care and the influence of specific components of the informatic infrastructure (like operating systems, communication and security tools) on the performance and applicability of personal digital health.

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1° anno (coorte 2021/2022)

MATERIALS AND DEVICES FOR PERSONALIZED MEDICINE - GE
Codice Disciplina Settore CFU Tipologia/Ambito Obiettivi Formativi Propedeuticità
80563 ANALYSIS OF BIOMEDICAL DATA AND SIGNALS ING-INF/06 9 9 CFU CARATTERIZZANTI Ingegneria Biomedica
The course provides students with the essential tools and operational skills for quantitative analysis of data and signals of interest for medicine and biology, on a probabilistic perspective

-

80585 CHEMISTRY AND BIOCHEMISTRY 9 The course aims to provide knowledge and operational skills on the main mathematical tools for numerical computation, with particular reference to their application in the field of bioengineering

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  80586 - MOD. 1 CHEMISTRY AND ORGANIC CHEMISTRY CHIM/07 5 5 CFU AFFINI O INTEGRATIVE Attività Formative Affini o Integrative
This unit aims to provide students with an in-depth knowledge on topics of chemistry, coordination chemistry and organic chemistry, focusing on the identification of the main classes of organic compounds, on explanation of reaction mechanisms with thermodynamics and kinetic considerations, and on the discussion of structure/properties relationship of synthetic and natural macromolecules.

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  80587 - MOD. 2 BIOCHEMISTRY BIO/10 4 4 CFU AFFINI O INTEGRATIVE Attività Formative Affini o Integrative
One of the professional opportunities for graduates in Bioengineering is the design/implementation of instrumentation for the analysis of metabolites, as possible markers of pathologies. The general objective of the Biochemistry unit is to provide concepts of biochemistry and clinical biochemistry to understand the meaning of metabolite evaluations, as indicators of (dys)metabolism, and to acquire a language that allows the Bioengineer to interact with physician/biotechnologists in the design/implementation of equipment for biomedical diagnosis and/or research. Specific objectives include: 1. To recognize and describe the main biomolecules (lipids, proteins, carbohydrates, nucleotides); 2. To understand and discuss the role of enzymatic regulation (also through knowledge of signaling and kinetics) in the different metabolic pathways; 3. To distinguish the main anabolic and catabolic pathways, connecting them in different metabolic or dysmetabolic conditions, with a focus on the (dys)functional integration between the different human organs.

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86744 BIOMEDICAL ROBOTICS ING-INF/06 6 6 CFU CARATTERIZZANTI Ingegneria Biomedica
The purpose of this course is to provide a perspective on robotics technologies applied to (and inspired by) themes of biomedical research and practice. Robotics is a multidisciplinary technology, with elements from computer, electrical and mechanical engineering and with an increasing spectrum of biomedical applications. The first part of the course is intended to provide a background of formal instruments for understanding control of biomedical robotic devices. The second part is devoted to in-depth analysis of specific applications. These include basic research in sensory-motor systems, advanced surgical and diagnostic techniques, human-machine interfaces, robots for assistance and rehabilitation, biomimetic robotics

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104819 ENGLISH LANGUAGE 2 3 3 CFU ALTRE ATTIVITA' Ulteriori Conoscenze Linguistiche

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106735 MATHEMATICAL METHODS FOR BIOENGINEERING MAT/08 6 6 CFU AFFINI O INTEGRATIVE Attività Formative Affini o Integrative
The course aims to provide knowledge and operational skills on the main mathematical tools for numerical computation, with particular reference to their application in the field of bioengineering

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106736 BIOMEDICAL IMAGING ING-INF/06 6 6 CFU CARATTERIZZANTI Ingegneria Biomedica
The course aims to provide the tools for analyzing, understanding and extracting information from biomedical or biological images. During the course the characteristics of the different types of diagnostic imaging will be presented and students will develop small projects (with Matlab and with open source platforms) in working groups

-

106746 BIOINFORMATICS ING-INF/06 6 6 CFU CARATTERIZZANTI Ingegneria Biomedica
Bioinformatics is the study of how information is represented and analyzed in biological systems, especially information derived at the molecular level. The course will focus on the methodological and technological basis of bioinformatics, they include the creation and management of standard terminologies and data representations, the integration of heterogeneous databases, the organization and searching of the biomedical literature, the use of machine learning techniques to extract new knowledge, the simulation of biological processes, and the creation of knowledge-based systems to support advanced practitioners in the field.

-

106747 BIOSENSORS AND MICROSYSTEMS ING-IND/34 6 6 CFU CARATTERIZZANTI Ingegneria Biomedica
The aim of the course is to provide the basic concepts of biosensing in terms of sensing elements (suitable biomolecules and their immobilization strategies), recognition mechanisms (biocalattic and affinity based) and transducing principles (focusing on electrochemical and optical transducers). Some design principles based on target specifications will be also given as well as an overview of the main application fields of biosensors. The second part of the course aims at introducing the main concepts of microsystems applied to biomedicine and biotechnology, with emphasis on the scaling laws governing miniaturization, the fabrication techniques, and some specific aspects such as microfluidics and integration.

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106748 ENGINEERING FOR PERSONALIZED MEDICINE RESEARCH TRACK ING-IND/34 2 2 CFU ALTRE ATTIVITA' Tirocini Formativi e di Orientamento
Lab internship, focusing on learning specific skills pertinent to the track of choice, and on working on an individual project.

-

106753 TECHNOLOGIES FOR PERSONALIZED MEDICINE ING-IND/34 9 9 CFU CARATTERIZZANTI Ingegneria Biomedica
Overview of the main aspects of personalized medicine approaches by introducing the clinical impact of individual molecular and lifestyle variability and of environmental factors. In particular the course will cover omics principles enabling greater treatment precision respect to conventional diagnostics and treatment approaches, through the intensive use of informatic resources. The students will address the basics of molecular diagnostics, the role of biomarkers and of genomic and non-genomic factors at the basis of personalized medicine. The course also covers the technological basis of digital health applied to individual patient care and the influence of specific components of the informatic infrastructure (like operating systems, communication and security tools) on the performance and applicability of personal digital health.

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1° anno (coorte 2021/2022)

NEUROENGINEERING AND NEUROTECHNOLOGIES - GE
Codice Disciplina Settore CFU Tipologia/Ambito Obiettivi Formativi Propedeuticità
80563 ANALYSIS OF BIOMEDICAL DATA AND SIGNALS ING-INF/06 9 9 CFU CARATTERIZZANTI Ingegneria Biomedica
The course provides students with the essential tools and operational skills for quantitative analysis of data and signals of interest for medicine and biology, on a probabilistic perspective

-

80564 PERCEPTUAL SYSTEMS AND INTERACTION ING-INF/06 7 7 CFU CARATTERIZZANTI Ingegneria Biomedica
A coherent, up-to-date introduction to the basic facts and theories concerning (human) sensory perception. The course covers the physical and physiological aspects of each sensory modality and its perceptual characteristics. Emphasis is placed on how perceptual experience relates to the physical properties of the world and to physiological constraints in the brain

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80585 CHEMISTRY AND BIOCHEMISTRY 9 The course aims to provide knowledge and operational skills on the main mathematical tools for numerical computation, with particular reference to their application in the field of bioengineering

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  80586 - MOD. 1 CHEMISTRY AND ORGANIC CHEMISTRY CHIM/07 5 5 CFU AFFINI O INTEGRATIVE Attività Formative Affini o Integrative
This unit aims to provide students with an in-depth knowledge on topics of chemistry, coordination chemistry and organic chemistry, focusing on the identification of the main classes of organic compounds, on explanation of reaction mechanisms with thermodynamics and kinetic considerations, and on the discussion of structure/properties relationship of synthetic and natural macromolecules.

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  80587 - MOD. 2 BIOCHEMISTRY BIO/10 4 4 CFU AFFINI O INTEGRATIVE Attività Formative Affini o Integrative
One of the professional opportunities for graduates in Bioengineering is the design/implementation of instrumentation for the analysis of metabolites, as possible markers of pathologies. The general objective of the Biochemistry unit is to provide concepts of biochemistry and clinical biochemistry to understand the meaning of metabolite evaluations, as indicators of (dys)metabolism, and to acquire a language that allows the Bioengineer to interact with physician/biotechnologists in the design/implementation of equipment for biomedical diagnosis and/or research. Specific objectives include: 1. To recognize and describe the main biomolecules (lipids, proteins, carbohydrates, nucleotides); 2. To understand and discuss the role of enzymatic regulation (also through knowledge of signaling and kinetics) in the different metabolic pathways; 3. To distinguish the main anabolic and catabolic pathways, connecting them in different metabolic or dysmetabolic conditions, with a focus on the (dys)functional integration between the different human organs.

-

86744 BIOMEDICAL ROBOTICS ING-INF/06 6 6 CFU CARATTERIZZANTI Ingegneria Biomedica
The purpose of this course is to provide a perspective on robotics technologies applied to (and inspired by) themes of biomedical research and practice. Robotics is a multidisciplinary technology, with elements from computer, electrical and mechanical engineering and with an increasing spectrum of biomedical applications. The first part of the course is intended to provide a background of formal instruments for understanding control of biomedical robotic devices. The second part is devoted to in-depth analysis of specific applications. These include basic research in sensory-motor systems, advanced surgical and diagnostic techniques, human-machine interfaces, robots for assistance and rehabilitation, biomimetic robotics

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104819 ENGLISH LANGUAGE 2 3 3 CFU ALTRE ATTIVITA' Ulteriori Conoscenze Linguistiche

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106727 NEUROENGINEERING RESEARCH TRACK ING-INF/06 2 2 CFU ALTRE ATTIVITA' Tirocini Formativi e di Orientamento
Lab internship, focusing on learning specific skills pertinent to the track of choice, and on working on an individual project

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106735 MATHEMATICAL METHODS FOR BIOENGINEERING MAT/08 6 6 CFU AFFINI O INTEGRATIVE Attività Formative Affini o Integrative
The course aims to provide knowledge and operational skills on the main mathematical tools for numerical computation, with particular reference to their application in the field of bioengineering

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106736 BIOMEDICAL IMAGING ING-INF/06 6 6 CFU CARATTERIZZANTI Ingegneria Biomedica
The course aims to provide the tools for analyzing, understanding and extracting information from biomedical or biological images. During the course the characteristics of the different types of diagnostic imaging will be presented and students will develop small projects (with Matlab and with open source platforms) in working groups

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106737 NEURAL AND BRAIN-COMPUTER INTERFACES ING-INF/06 8 8 CFU CARATTERIZZANTI Ingegneria Biomedica
Definition of neural interface and state of the art in the field of neuro-electronic systems. Techniques for measuring the electrophysiological activity of excitable cells and tissues. Advance signal processing for neural interfaces. Coding and decoding of information in neural interfaces. Definition of uni- and bi-directional neural interfaces. Invasive and non-invasive Brain Machine/Computer Interfaces and Neural Prostheses for the Central Nervous System: materials, methods and current applications

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106739 NEURAL SIGNAL ANALYSIS ING-INF/06 6 6 CFU CARATTERIZZANTI Ingegneria Biomedica
The course will revise the most common techniques for neural signal analyses. During the course, students will learn about the origin of neuronal signals, how to manipulate signals at different scales (from single to multiple cells, to whole brain activity). the course will be composed of lectures, working-code examples, and hands-on session

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1° anno (coorte 2021/2022)

REHABILITATION ENGINEERING AND INTERACTION TECHNOLOGIES - GE
Codice Disciplina Settore CFU Tipologia/Ambito Obiettivi Formativi Propedeuticità
80563 ANALYSIS OF BIOMEDICAL DATA AND SIGNALS ING-INF/06 9 9 CFU CARATTERIZZANTI Ingegneria Biomedica
The course provides students with the essential tools and operational skills for quantitative analysis of data and signals of interest for medicine and biology, on a probabilistic perspective

-

80564 PERCEPTUAL SYSTEMS AND INTERACTION ING-INF/06 7 7 CFU CARATTERIZZANTI Ingegneria Biomedica
A coherent, up-to-date introduction to the basic facts and theories concerning (human) sensory perception. The course covers the physical and physiological aspects of each sensory modality and its perceptual characteristics. Emphasis is placed on how perceptual experience relates to the physical properties of the world and to physiological constraints in the brain

-

80585 CHEMISTRY AND BIOCHEMISTRY 9 The course aims to provide knowledge and operational skills on the main mathematical tools for numerical computation, with particular reference to their application in the field of bioengineering

-

  80586 - MOD. 1 CHEMISTRY AND ORGANIC CHEMISTRY CHIM/07 5 5 CFU AFFINI O INTEGRATIVE Attività Formative Affini o Integrative
This unit aims to provide students with an in-depth knowledge on topics of chemistry, coordination chemistry and organic chemistry, focusing on the identification of the main classes of organic compounds, on explanation of reaction mechanisms with thermodynamics and kinetic considerations, and on the discussion of structure/properties relationship of synthetic and natural macromolecules.

-

  80587 - MOD. 2 BIOCHEMISTRY BIO/10 4 4 CFU AFFINI O INTEGRATIVE Attività Formative Affini o Integrative
One of the professional opportunities for graduates in Bioengineering is the design/implementation of instrumentation for the analysis of metabolites, as possible markers of pathologies. The general objective of the Biochemistry unit is to provide concepts of biochemistry and clinical biochemistry to understand the meaning of metabolite evaluations, as indicators of (dys)metabolism, and to acquire a language that allows the Bioengineer to interact with physician/biotechnologists in the design/implementation of equipment for biomedical diagnosis and/or research. Specific objectives include: 1. To recognize and describe the main biomolecules (lipids, proteins, carbohydrates, nucleotides); 2. To understand and discuss the role of enzymatic regulation (also through knowledge of signaling and kinetics) in the different metabolic pathways; 3. To distinguish the main anabolic and catabolic pathways, connecting them in different metabolic or dysmetabolic conditions, with a focus on the (dys)functional integration between the different human organs.

-

86744 BIOMEDICAL ROBOTICS ING-INF/06 6 6 CFU CARATTERIZZANTI Ingegneria Biomedica
The purpose of this course is to provide a perspective on robotics technologies applied to (and inspired by) themes of biomedical research and practice. Robotics is a multidisciplinary technology, with elements from computer, electrical and mechanical engineering and with an increasing spectrum of biomedical applications. The first part of the course is intended to provide a background of formal instruments for understanding control of biomedical robotic devices. The second part is devoted to in-depth analysis of specific applications. These include basic research in sensory-motor systems, advanced surgical and diagnostic techniques, human-machine interfaces, robots for assistance and rehabilitation, biomimetic robotics

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104819 ENGLISH LANGUAGE 2 3 3 CFU ALTRE ATTIVITA' Ulteriori Conoscenze Linguistiche

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106727 NEUROENGINEERING RESEARCH TRACK ING-INF/06 2 2 CFU ALTRE ATTIVITA' Tirocini Formativi e di Orientamento
Lab internship, focusing on learning specific skills pertinent to the track of choice, and on working on an individual project

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106729 BIOENGINEERING OF HUMAN MOVEMENT ING-INF/06 6 6 CFU CARATTERIZZANTI Ingegneria Biomedica
The course covers the technologies, the analytical methods, the modeling approaches used for the analysis and quantification of human movement and its neural correlates. Specific topics include three-dimensional analysis of movements, muscle and body mechanics, physiology and physiological signals in motor control, computational motor control

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106735 MATHEMATICAL METHODS FOR BIOENGINEERING MAT/08 6 6 CFU AFFINI O INTEGRATIVE Attività Formative Affini o Integrative
The course aims to provide knowledge and operational skills on the main mathematical tools for numerical computation, with particular reference to their application in the field of bioengineering

-

106736 BIOMEDICAL IMAGING ING-INF/06 6 6 CFU CARATTERIZZANTI Ingegneria Biomedica
The course aims to provide the tools for analyzing, understanding and extracting information from biomedical or biological images. During the course the characteristics of the different types of diagnostic imaging will be presented and students will develop small projects (with Matlab and with open source platforms) in working groups

-

106737 NEURAL AND BRAIN-COMPUTER INTERFACES ING-INF/06 8 8 CFU CARATTERIZZANTI Ingegneria Biomedica
Definition of neural interface and state of the art in the field of neuro-electronic systems. Techniques for measuring the electrophysiological activity of excitable cells and tissues. Advance signal processing for neural interfaces. Coding and decoding of information in neural interfaces. Definition of uni- and bi-directional neural interfaces. Invasive and non-invasive Brain Machine/Computer Interfaces and Neural Prostheses for the Central Nervous System: materials, methods and current applications

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2° anno (coorte 2021/2022)

INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES FOR PERSONALIZED MEDICINE - GE
Codice Disciplina Settore CFU Tipologia/Ambito Obiettivi Formativi Propedeuticità
84344 MASTER THESIS 25 25 CFU PROVA FINALE Per la Prova Finale
The final exam consists of the discussion in front of a specific commission of a written paper (degree thesis), related to design activities, conduct of experiments, development of methodologies or operational tools of bioengineering interest, with the aim of ascertaining the level of preparation technical-scientific and professional candidate, as well as his / her innovative capacity The candidate must also demonstrate that they have acquired analysis, processing and communication skills

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106728 PROFESSIONAL SKILLS ING-INF/06 3 3 CFU ALTRE ATTIVITA' Altre Conoscenze Utili per l'Inserimento Nel Mondo del Lavoro
Professional development course, focusing on ethics in professional and scientific practice, regulations in intellectual property rights and certification of medical devices, management of clinical trials

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106731 DIGITAL HEALTH ING-INF/06 6 6 CFU CARATTERIZZANTI Ingegneria Biomedica
The increasing introduction of computing techniques into biomedical environments will require that well-trained individuals be available not only to teach students, but also to design, develop, select, and manage the biomedical-computing systems of tomorrow. There is a wide range of context- dependent computing issues that people can appreciate only by working on problems defined by the healthcare setting and its constraints. With this aims, the course will present typical application of information sciences to medical issues (like electronical health record systems, public vs consumer health informatics, health information infrastructure, telehealth) considering some basic technologies like: database systems, standard definition both at technical and at semantic level, internet based communication, natural language processing, decision support systems.

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106734 ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE IN MEDICINE INF/01 6 6 CFU AFFINI O INTEGRATIVE Attività Formative Affini o Integrative
The course will introduce the fundamental concepts and principles of machine learning and artificial intelligence as it applies to medicine

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106825 WEARABLE DEVICES AND INTERNET OF HEALTHCARE THINGS INF/01 6 This unit covers technologies, protocols, architectures, and platforms for the development of distributed and mobile applications for the Internet of Medical Things, including machine to machine protocols, distributed algorithms for fault tolerance and replication, service oriented architectures platforms, embedded operating systems, real time and streaming data, geolocation, and collaborative framework.

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  106758 - INTERNET OF HEALTHCARE THINGS MOD. 2 INF/01 3 3 CFU AFFINI O INTEGRATIVE Attività Formative Affini o Integrative

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  106824 - WEARABLE DEVICES FOR BIOMEDICAL APPLICATIONS MOD. 1 INF/01 3 3 CFU AFFINI O INTEGRATIVE Attività Formative Affini o Integrative
This unit will cover the general principles for design and development of wearable devices for biomedical applications (diagnosis and monitoring of functions). This includes sensors, actuators and micro-controller programming

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12 CFU tra i seguenti insegnamenti:
98463 ADVANCED ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE ING-INF/05 6 6 CFU A SCELTA A Scelta dello Studente

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80620 APPLIED HYGIENE MED/42 6 6 CFU A SCELTA A Scelta dello Studente
The course covers functional requirements, spatial interrelationships and links between hospital diagnosis and care services, according to legislation and quality standards of international guidelines. Main hygienic problems in a hospital environment; assessment and risk management (eg Legionella, etc).

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80606 CLINICAL ENGINEERING ING-INF/06 6 6 CFU A SCELTA A Scelta dello Studente
The main purpose of the course is to introduce students to a pragmatic examination of the National Health System (NHS) and its structure (Local Companies, Hospitals, including the study of its various areas and departments). The economic and financial aspects of the NHS are also discussed. The main objectives are: to provide future clinical engineers with an adequate capacity for dialogue with doctors, in order to understand their needs and guide a correct application of clinical /biomedical engineering; teach an adequate approach to hospital planning, paying particular attention to functional and economic aspects; provide the ability to design and operate using modern principles of Health technology assessment (HTA)

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80611 HEALTH ECONOMICS SECS-P/02 6 6 CFU A SCELTA A Scelta dello Studente
The course aims at providing students with basic economic concepts to understand health care market and the role played by asymmetric information in affecting market equilibrium. Students will learn how to apply economic analysis to evaluate public and private policies

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84341 HOSPITAL ENERGY SYSTEMS ING-IND/33 6 6 CFU A SCELTA A Scelta dello Studente
Students will acquire skills concerning hospital systems useful for job placement in public and private structures and for active participation in teams for the management of complex structures systems and biomedical equipment. Knowledge will cover electricity security and safety (power systems, fault protection, supply continuity, energy efficiency) and subjects related to thermal energy (mass and energy balance, air conditioning, heating and refrigeration).

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106738 NEUROMORPHIC COMPUTING ING-INF/06 6 6 CFU A SCELTA A Scelta dello Studente
Neuromorphic models for the representation and distributed processing of multidimensional signals. Computational primitives and architectural schemes. Applications to the development of perceptual engines to enable autonomous behaviors in complex systems and natural environments

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80584 PHYSIOLOGICAL FLUID DYNAMICS ICAR/01 6 6 CFU A SCELTA A Scelta dello Studente
The course provides the fundamentals for understanding the dynamics of biological motions, with particular reference to the motion of fluids in the human body. The following topics will be covered: blood motion in the cardiovascular system (motion in the heart, arteries, capillaries, veins), fluid dynamics of the ureter and eye.

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86775 REHABILITATION ENGINEERING AND PROSTHETIC DEVICES ING-INF/06 6 6 CFU A SCELTA A Scelta dello Studente
This is an introductory course to methods and technologies for helping people with disabilities to regain lost cognitive, sensory and/or motor functions. The course is intended to provide the basic knowledge behind technological solutions(i) to evaluate and monitor the impairment, (ii) to assist individuals with disabilities (iii) to promote the recovery of the missing limbs and/or lost functions. The course aims to provide an overview of the most advanced techniques of functional assessment, prosthetics, sensory substitution, neurorehabilitation and assistive technologies.

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84391 SOFTWARE TECHNOLOGIES FOR HUMAN COMPUTER INTERACTION INF/01 6 6 CFU A SCELTA A Scelta dello Studente
The course introduces the concepts of Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) to design effective systems for user needs both from the point of view of simplicity of interaction and the naturalness of the system's use as a whole. Attendance and active participation in the proposed training activities and individual study will enable the student to: know the theoretical tools to design advanced interaction systems; use the theoretical and practical tools for the realization of advanced interaction systems; develop the skills to operationally apply the concepts learned in the virtual and augmented reality

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84386 SPORTS BIOMECHANICS ING-IND/12 6 6 CFU A SCELTA A Scelta dello Studente
Knowledge of experimental methods and analytical and numerical techniques for the study of human movement with particular reference to sports activities. Ability to analyze simple motor gestures by integrating models and measures. Elements of ergonomics

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2° anno (coorte 2021/2022)

MATERIALS AND DEVICES FOR PERSONALIZED MEDICINE - GE
Codice Disciplina Settore CFU Tipologia/Ambito Obiettivi Formativi Propedeuticità
84344 MASTER THESIS 25 25 CFU PROVA FINALE Per la Prova Finale
The final exam consists of the discussion in front of a specific commission of a written paper (degree thesis), related to design activities, conduct of experiments, development of methodologies or operational tools of bioengineering interest, with the aim of ascertaining the level of preparation technical-scientific and professional candidate, as well as his / her innovative capacity The candidate must also demonstrate that they have acquired analysis, processing and communication skills

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80584 PHYSIOLOGICAL FLUID DYNAMICS ICAR/01 6 6 CFU AFFINI O INTEGRATIVE Attività Formative Affini o Integrative
The course provides the fundamentals for understanding the dynamics of biological motions, with particular reference to the motion of fluids in the human body. The following topics will be covered: blood motion in the cardiovascular system (motion in the heart, arteries, capillaries, veins), fluid dynamics of the ureter and eye.

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106728 PROFESSIONAL SKILLS ING-INF/06 3 3 CFU ALTRE ATTIVITA' Altre Conoscenze Utili per l'Inserimento Nel Mondo del Lavoro
Professional development course, focusing on ethics in professional and scientific practice, regulations in intellectual property rights and certification of medical devices, management of clinical trials

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106730 CELLULAR AND TISSUE ENGINEERING ING-IND/34 6 6 CFU CARATTERIZZANTI Ingegneria Biomedica
The course aims to provide knowledge on the fundamental and technological aspects related to tissue engineering and regenerative medicine with particular reference to cell biology, stem cells, biocompatibility, cell culture systems, innovative substrates for cell culture and advanced in vitro models. The main aim is underline the importance of understanding biological phenomena at the cellular and tissue level in order to develop therapeutic strategies that can overcome the limits of conventional therapies. The applicative examples, that will be proposed, will thus have the purpose of stimulating and developing the student's abilities in applying theoretical knowledge to the field of tissue engineering.

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106744 BIOMATERIALS ING-IND/22 6 6 CFU AFFINI O INTEGRATIVE Attività Formative Affini o Integrative
The course presents different typologies of hard and soft materials used for the preparation of prosthesis, focusing on the relationship between the microstructural and functional properties. Different methods to prepare biomaterials as hydrogels and bone cements will be presented, adopting physico-chemical characterization methods like rheometry, calorimetry, surface enrgies, also focusing over the interactions within natural tissues.

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12 CFU tra i seguenti insegnamenti:
80620 APPLIED HYGIENE MED/42 6 6 CFU A SCELTA A Scelta dello Studente
The course covers functional requirements, spatial interrelationships and links between hospital diagnosis and care services, according to legislation and quality standards of international guidelines. Main hygienic problems in a hospital environment; assessment and risk management (eg Legionella, etc).

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106734 ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE IN MEDICINE INF/01 6 6 CFU A SCELTA A Scelta dello Studente
The course will introduce the fundamental concepts and principles of machine learning and artificial intelligence as it applies to medicine

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80606 CLINICAL ENGINEERING ING-INF/06 6 6 CFU A SCELTA A Scelta dello Studente
The main purpose of the course is to introduce students to a pragmatic examination of the National Health System (NHS) and its structure (Local Companies, Hospitals, including the study of its various areas and departments). The economic and financial aspects of the NHS are also discussed. The main objectives are: to provide future clinical engineers with an adequate capacity for dialogue with doctors, in order to understand their needs and guide a correct application of clinical /biomedical engineering; teach an adequate approach to hospital planning, paying particular attention to functional and economic aspects; provide the ability to design and operate using modern principles of Health technology assessment (HTA)

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95614 COMPOSITE MATERIALS FOR BIO-MEDICAL APPLICATION ING-IND/22 6 6 CFU A SCELTA A Scelta dello Studente
The course analyzes and describes the Composite Materials used for biomedical realizations based on their types, constituents and properties. Structural prosthetic applications as well as realizations for bio-implants will be illustrated and deepened during the lessons.

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80575 COMPUTATIONAL NEUROSCIENCE ING-INF/06 6 6 CFU A SCELTA A Scelta dello Studente
The course offers to students the methodologies, strategies, and tools to model single neurons, synapses, and large-scale neuronal networks. Particular emphasis will be given to the interplay between exhibited patterns of electrophysiological activity and the kind of used model.

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80611 HEALTH ECONOMICS SECS-P/02 6 6 CFU A SCELTA A Scelta dello Studente
The course aims at providing students with basic economic concepts to understand health care market and the role played by asymmetric information in affecting market equilibrium. Students will learn how to apply economic analysis to evaluate public and private policies

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84341 HOSPITAL ENERGY SYSTEMS ING-IND/33 6 6 CFU A SCELTA A Scelta dello Studente
Students will acquire skills concerning hospital systems useful for job placement in public and private structures and for active participation in teams for the management of complex structures systems and biomedical equipment. Knowledge will cover electricity security and safety (power systems, fault protection, supply continuity, energy efficiency) and subjects related to thermal energy (mass and energy balance, air conditioning, heating and refrigeration).

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106733 MECHANICS OF BIOLOGICAL TISSUE ICAR/01 6 6 CFU A SCELTA A Scelta dello Studente
During this course students will be asked to work on a specific problem concerning the mechanics of a biological tissue. The basic theoretical and practical knowledge necessary to study the problem will be taught will classic lectures. Students will then work under the direct supervision of the teacher on the projecyt Objective of the course is two fold: teach the students basic notions of mechanics of biological tissue and guide the them through the development of an independent work, which will require both analytical and numerical approaches

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94827 MEDICAL TECHNOLOGIES FOR CLINICAL NEUROSCIENCE MED/50 6 6 CFU A SCELTA A Scelta dello Studente
The course covers different methods of investigation of the nervous system for the study of the brain in vivo in humans, from the point of view of its structure and functionality in relation to pathology and / or behavioral data (cognitive or motor). Medical technologies will be presented, mainly associated with advanced methods of quantitative magnetic resonance, applied to the clinic and to research in the healthy subject and in neurological patients

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106740 NEUROSENSORY ENGINEERING ING-INF/06 6 6 CFU A SCELTA A Scelta dello Studente
The course explores how sensory interaction works, how it can be used to monitor brain health, and how our sensory abilities can be rehabilitated or augmented. The course will show the students how the current technologies and the knowledge about the sensory mechanisms could 1) help, empower, educate the correct development of sensory faculties, 2) rehabilitate sensory deficits, 3) assist the diagnosis of sensory disfunctions, and 4) lead/promote early diagnosis

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2° anno (coorte 2021/2022)

NEUROENGINEERING AND NEUROTECHNOLOGIES - GE
Codice Disciplina Settore CFU Tipologia/Ambito Obiettivi Formativi Propedeuticità
80575 COMPUTATIONAL NEUROSCIENCE ING-INF/06 6 6 CFU CARATTERIZZANTI Ingegneria Biomedica
The course offers to students the methodologies, strategies, and tools to model single neurons, synapses, and large-scale neuronal networks. Particular emphasis will be given to the interplay between exhibited patterns of electrophysiological activity and the kind of used model.

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84344 MASTER THESIS 25 25 CFU PROVA FINALE Per la Prova Finale
The final exam consists of the discussion in front of a specific commission of a written paper (degree thesis), related to design activities, conduct of experiments, development of methodologies or operational tools of bioengineering interest, with the aim of ascertaining the level of preparation technical-scientific and professional candidate, as well as his / her innovative capacity The candidate must also demonstrate that they have acquired analysis, processing and communication skills

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106728 PROFESSIONAL SKILLS ING-INF/06 3 3 CFU ALTRE ATTIVITA' Altre Conoscenze Utili per l'Inserimento Nel Mondo del Lavoro
Professional development course, focusing on ethics in professional and scientific practice, regulations in intellectual property rights and certification of medical devices, management of clinical trials

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106734 ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE IN MEDICINE INF/01 6 6 CFU AFFINI O INTEGRATIVE Attività Formative Affini o Integrative
The course will introduce the fundamental concepts and principles of machine learning and artificial intelligence as it applies to medicine

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106738 NEUROMORPHIC COMPUTING ING-INF/06 6 6 CFU CARATTERIZZANTI Ingegneria Biomedica
Neuromorphic models for the representation and distributed processing of multidimensional signals. Computational primitives and architectural schemes. Applications to the development of perceptual engines to enable autonomous behaviors in complex systems and natural environments

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12 CFU tra i seguenti insegnamenti:
98463 ADVANCED ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE ING-INF/05 6 6 CFU A SCELTA A Scelta dello Studente

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106729 BIOENGINEERING OF HUMAN MOVEMENT ING-INF/06 6 6 CFU A SCELTA A Scelta dello Studente
The course covers the technologies, the analytical methods, the modeling approaches used for the analysis and quantification of human movement and its neural correlates. Specific topics include three-dimensional analysis of movements, muscle and body mechanics, physiology and physiological signals in motor control, computational motor control

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106730 CELLULAR AND TISSUE ENGINEERING ING-IND/34 6 6 CFU A SCELTA A Scelta dello Studente
The course aims to provide knowledge on the fundamental and technological aspects related to tissue engineering and regenerative medicine with particular reference to cell biology, stem cells, biocompatibility, cell culture systems, innovative substrates for cell culture and advanced in vitro models. The main aim is underline the importance of understanding biological phenomena at the cellular and tissue level in order to develop therapeutic strategies that can overcome the limits of conventional therapies. The applicative examples, that will be proposed, will thus have the purpose of stimulating and developing the student's abilities in applying theoretical knowledge to the field of tissue engineering.

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80606 CLINICAL ENGINEERING ING-INF/06 6 6 CFU A SCELTA A Scelta dello Studente
The main purpose of the course is to introduce students to a pragmatic examination of the National Health System (NHS) and its structure (Local Companies, Hospitals, including the study of its various areas and departments). The economic and financial aspects of the NHS are also discussed. The main objectives are: to provide future clinical engineers with an adequate capacity for dialogue with doctors, in order to understand their needs and guide a correct application of clinical /biomedical engineering; teach an adequate approach to hospital planning, paying particular attention to functional and economic aspects; provide the ability to design and operate using modern principles of Health technology assessment (HTA)

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106731 DIGITAL HEALTH ING-INF/06 6 6 CFU A SCELTA A Scelta dello Studente
The increasing introduction of computing techniques into biomedical environments will require that well-trained individuals be available not only to teach students, but also to design, develop, select, and manage the biomedical-computing systems of tomorrow. There is a wide range of context- dependent computing issues that people can appreciate only by working on problems defined by the healthcare setting and its constraints. With this aims, the course will present typical application of information sciences to medical issues (like electronical health record systems, public vs consumer health informatics, health information infrastructure, telehealth) considering some basic technologies like: database systems, standard definition both at technical and at semantic level, internet based communication, natural language processing, decision support systems.

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80611 HEALTH ECONOMICS SECS-P/02 6 6 CFU A SCELTA A Scelta dello Studente
The course aims at providing students with basic economic concepts to understand health care market and the role played by asymmetric information in affecting market equilibrium. Students will learn how to apply economic analysis to evaluate public and private policies

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106733 MECHANICS OF BIOLOGICAL TISSUE ICAR/01 6 6 CFU A SCELTA A Scelta dello Studente
During this course students will be asked to work on a specific problem concerning the mechanics of a biological tissue. The basic theoretical and practical knowledge necessary to study the problem will be taught will classic lectures. Students will then work under the direct supervision of the teacher on the projecyt Objective of the course is two fold: teach the students basic notions of mechanics of biological tissue and guide the them through the development of an independent work, which will require both analytical and numerical approaches

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94827 MEDICAL TECHNOLOGIES FOR CLINICAL NEUROSCIENCE MED/50 6 6 CFU A SCELTA A Scelta dello Studente
The course covers different methods of investigation of the nervous system for the study of the brain in vivo in humans, from the point of view of its structure and functionality in relation to pathology and / or behavioral data (cognitive or motor). Medical technologies will be presented, mainly associated with advanced methods of quantitative magnetic resonance, applied to the clinic and to research in the healthy subject and in neurological patients

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84391 SOFTWARE TECHNOLOGIES FOR HUMAN COMPUTER INTERACTION INF/01 6 6 CFU A SCELTA A Scelta dello Studente
The course introduces the concepts of Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) to design effective systems for user needs both from the point of view of simplicity of interaction and the naturalness of the system's use as a whole. Attendance and active participation in the proposed training activities and individual study will enable the student to: know the theoretical tools to design advanced interaction systems; use the theoretical and practical tools for the realization of advanced interaction systems; develop the skills to operationally apply the concepts learned in the virtual and augmented reality

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84386 SPORTS BIOMECHANICS ING-IND/12 6 6 CFU A SCELTA A Scelta dello Studente
Knowledge of experimental methods and analytical and numerical techniques for the study of human movement with particular reference to sports activities. Ability to analyze simple motor gestures by integrating models and measures. Elements of ergonomics

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2° anno (coorte 2021/2022)

REHABILITATION ENGINEERING AND INTERACTION TECHNOLOGIES - GE
Codice Disciplina Settore CFU Tipologia/Ambito Obiettivi Formativi Propedeuticità
84344 MASTER THESIS 25 25 CFU PROVA FINALE Per la Prova Finale
The final exam consists of the discussion in front of a specific commission of a written paper (degree thesis), related to design activities, conduct of experiments, development of methodologies or operational tools of bioengineering interest, with the aim of ascertaining the level of preparation technical-scientific and professional candidate, as well as his / her innovative capacity The candidate must also demonstrate that they have acquired analysis, processing and communication skills

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86775 REHABILITATION ENGINEERING AND PROSTHETIC DEVICES ING-INF/06 6 6 CFU CARATTERIZZANTI Ingegneria Biomedica
This is an introductory course to methods and technologies for helping people with disabilities to regain lost cognitive, sensory and/or motor functions. The course is intended to provide the basic knowledge behind technological solutions(i) to evaluate and monitor the impairment, (ii) to assist individuals with disabilities (iii) to promote the recovery of the missing limbs and/or lost functions. The course aims to provide an overview of the most advanced techniques of functional assessment, prosthetics, sensory substitution, neurorehabilitation and assistive technologies.

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106728 PROFESSIONAL SKILLS ING-INF/06 3 3 CFU ALTRE ATTIVITA' Altre Conoscenze Utili per l'Inserimento Nel Mondo del Lavoro
Professional development course, focusing on ethics in professional and scientific practice, regulations in intellectual property rights and certification of medical devices, management of clinical trials

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106734 ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE IN MEDICINE INF/01 6 6 CFU AFFINI O INTEGRATIVE Attività Formative Affini o Integrative
The course will introduce the fundamental concepts and principles of machine learning and artificial intelligence as it applies to medicine

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106740 NEUROSENSORY ENGINEERING ING-INF/06 6 6 CFU CARATTERIZZANTI Ingegneria Biomedica
The course explores how sensory interaction works, how it can be used to monitor brain health, and how our sensory abilities can be rehabilitated or augmented. The course will show the students how the current technologies and the knowledge about the sensory mechanisms could 1) help, empower, educate the correct development of sensory faculties, 2) rehabilitate sensory deficits, 3) assist the diagnosis of sensory disfunctions, and 4) lead/promote early diagnosis

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12 CFU tra i seguenti insegnamenti:
106744 BIOMATERIALS ING-IND/22 6 6 CFU A SCELTA A Scelta dello Studente
The course presents different typologies of hard and soft materials used for the preparation of prosthesis, focusing on the relationship between the microstructural and functional properties. Different methods to prepare biomaterials as hydrogels and bone cements will be presented, adopting physico-chemical characterization methods like rheometry, calorimetry, surface enrgies, also focusing over the interactions within natural tissues.

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80606 CLINICAL ENGINEERING ING-INF/06 6 6 CFU A SCELTA A Scelta dello Studente
The main purpose of the course is to introduce students to a pragmatic examination of the National Health System (NHS) and its structure (Local Companies, Hospitals, including the study of its various areas and departments). The economic and financial aspects of the NHS are also discussed. The main objectives are: to provide future clinical engineers with an adequate capacity for dialogue with doctors, in order to understand their needs and guide a correct application of clinical /biomedical engineering; teach an adequate approach to hospital planning, paying particular attention to functional and economic aspects; provide the ability to design and operate using modern principles of Health technology assessment (HTA)

-

95614 COMPOSITE MATERIALS FOR BIO-MEDICAL APPLICATION ING-IND/22 6 6 CFU A SCELTA A Scelta dello Studente
The course analyzes and describes the Composite Materials used for biomedical realizations based on their types, constituents and properties. Structural prosthetic applications as well as realizations for bio-implants will be illustrated and deepened during the lessons.

-

80611 HEALTH ECONOMICS SECS-P/02 6 6 CFU A SCELTA A Scelta dello Studente
The course aims at providing students with basic economic concepts to understand health care market and the role played by asymmetric information in affecting market equilibrium. Students will learn how to apply economic analysis to evaluate public and private policies

-

84341 HOSPITAL ENERGY SYSTEMS ING-IND/33 6 6 CFU A SCELTA A Scelta dello Studente
Students will acquire skills concerning hospital systems useful for job placement in public and private structures and for active participation in teams for the management of complex structures systems and biomedical equipment. Knowledge will cover electricity security and safety (power systems, fault protection, supply continuity, energy efficiency) and subjects related to thermal energy (mass and energy balance, air conditioning, heating and refrigeration).

-

94827 MEDICAL TECHNOLOGIES FOR CLINICAL NEUROSCIENCE MED/50 6 6 CFU A SCELTA A Scelta dello Studente
The course covers different methods of investigation of the nervous system for the study of the brain in vivo in humans, from the point of view of its structure and functionality in relation to pathology and / or behavioral data (cognitive or motor). Medical technologies will be presented, mainly associated with advanced methods of quantitative magnetic resonance, applied to the clinic and to research in the healthy subject and in neurological patients

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106739 NEURAL SIGNAL ANALYSIS ING-INF/06 6 6 CFU A SCELTA A Scelta dello Studente
The course will revise the most common techniques for neural signal analyses. During the course, students will learn about the origin of neuronal signals, how to manipulate signals at different scales (from single to multiple cells, to whole brain activity). the course will be composed of lectures, working-code examples, and hands-on session

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84391 SOFTWARE TECHNOLOGIES FOR HUMAN COMPUTER INTERACTION INF/01 6 6 CFU A SCELTA A Scelta dello Studente
The course introduces the concepts of Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) to design effective systems for user needs both from the point of view of simplicity of interaction and the naturalness of the system's use as a whole. Attendance and active participation in the proposed training activities and individual study will enable the student to: know the theoretical tools to design advanced interaction systems; use the theoretical and practical tools for the realization of advanced interaction systems; develop the skills to operationally apply the concepts learned in the virtual and augmented reality

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84386 SPORTS BIOMECHANICS ING-IND/12 6 6 CFU A SCELTA A Scelta dello Studente
Knowledge of experimental methods and analytical and numerical techniques for the study of human movement with particular reference to sports activities. Ability to analyze simple motor gestures by integrating models and measures. Elements of ergonomics

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106825 WEARABLE DEVICES AND INTERNET OF HEALTHCARE THINGS INF/01 6 This unit covers technologies, protocols, architectures, and platforms for the development of distributed and mobile applications for the Internet of Medical Things, including machine to machine protocols, distributed algorithms for fault tolerance and replication, service oriented architectures platforms, embedded operating systems, real time and streaming data, geolocation, and collaborative framework.

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  106758 - INTERNET OF HEALTHCARE THINGS MOD. 2 INF/01 3 3 CFU A SCELTA A Scelta dello Studente

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  106824 - WEARABLE DEVICES FOR BIOMEDICAL APPLICATIONS MOD. 1 INF/01 3 3 CFU A SCELTA A Scelta dello Studente
This unit will cover the general principles for design and development of wearable devices for biomedical applications (diagnosis and monitoring of functions). This includes sensors, actuators and micro-controller programming

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Informazioni aggiuntive sugli insegnamenti a scelta

Nell'A.A. 2021/2022, gli insegnamenti: 106729 BIOENGINEERING OF HUMAN MOVEMENT (curriculum NEUROENGINEERING AND NEUROTECHNOLOGIES) e 106739 NEURAL SIGNAL ANALYSIS (curriculum REHABILITATION ENGINEERING AND INTERACTION TECHNOLOGIES) saranno attivati al 1o anno e potranno quindi essere anticipati al 1o anno come esame a scelta nei curricula rispettivi.