Bioelectronics Plan of Work

Suggested courses for Bioelectronics

Bioelectronics is the application of electrical engineering principles to biology, medicine, behavior or health. It advances the fundamental concepts, creates knowledge for the molecular to the organ systems levels, and develops innovative devices or processes for the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of disease, for patient rehabilitation, and for improving health.

Suggested 500-level courses

  • ECE 505 – Neural Interface Engineering
  • ECE 518 – Wearable Biosensors and Microsystems
  • ECE 522 – Biomedical Instrumentation
  • BME 525 – Bioelectricity
  • ECE 538 – IC Technology and Fabrication
  • ECE 544 – Design Of Electronic Packaging and Interconnects
  • ECE 568 – Conventional and Emerging Nanomanufacturing Techniques and their Applications in Nanosystems
  • ECE 588 – Systems Biology Modeling of Plant Regulation
  • ECE 592 – Micromachined Actuators and Transducers
  • ECE 592 – Wireless Operation of Implantable & Wearable Devices

Suggested 700-level courses

  • ECE 739 – IC Technology and Fabrication Laboratory

Suggested courses for breadth

  • ECE 511 – Analog Electronics
  • ECE 513 – Digital Signal Processing
  • ECE 516 – System Control Engineering
  • ECE 536 – Digital Control Systems
  • ECE 542 – Neural Networks
  • ECE 546 VLSI Systems Design
  • ECE 549 RF and Microwave Engineering
  • ECE 556 – Mechatronics
  • ECE 560 – Embedded Systems Architecture
  • ECE592 – Topics in Data Science
  • ECE 714 – Advanced Integrated Circuit Design: Data Converters
  • ECE792-41 Statistical Methods for Signal Analytics
  • ECE 733 Digital Electronics

Suggested non-ECE courses

  • BME 512 – Biomedical Signal Processing
  • BME 540 – Nanobiotechnology Processing, Characterization and Applications
  • BME 551 – Medical Device Design
  • BME 590 – Rehabilitation Robotics
  • BME 590 – Biophotonics
  • MAE 536 – Micro/Nano Electromechanical Systems
  • MAE 789 – Bioinspired Micro/Nanostructure
  • BME 790 – Advanced Computational Modeling of Biomedical Devices
  • BME 790 – Biomedical Image Processing
  • CH 711 – Advanced Analytical Chemistry I
  • CHE 596 – Emerging Technologies for Point-of-Care Diagnostic
  • CHE 596 Biological Dynamics from Molecules to Tissues
  • ST 511 – Statistical Methods For Researchers I
  • ST 515/516 – Experimental Statistics for Engineers I/II
  • STAT 534 – Applied Time Series
  • CE 610 Technical Writing

Please see ECE Course Details and Specialty Areas for ECE specialty area and typical semesters that the courses are offered.

Please see NCSU Course Catalog for course description and the current semester that the course is offered.

Please see Bioelectronics Engineering for more information about the topics and faculty involved in research in this area.

 

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