During the development of the courses, the members of the BIOART consortium had the opportunity to share their experience both as teachers and researchers in the field. Based on this experience, a book was edited, with the double objective to present biomedical engineering and artificial implants, and to share their knowledge and thoughts with faculty members about better development of courses related to these fields. This book is available both in electronic version and hardcover. We hope it book will be useful to people seeking information on BIOART activities, and more generally on education in these topics.


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Table of contents


Quality Assurance in Multinational Curriculum Development: the role of the Bologna Process

Section 1: Educational approaches

Problem and Project-Based Learning in the fields of Health Informatics and Digital Health

Content and competency structure of IT specialties students in the field of bioengineering

Section 2: System design of artificial implants

Electrical Signals in Biosensors

Photoelectric measuring transducers in environmental and objects monitoring systems

Implantable biotechnical systems for orthopedics and dentistry

Architectural Characteristics of Biomedical Software Applications

The Data Dimensionality Reduction for Biomedical Applications

Digital signal processing of ECG and PCG signals

ECG-Based Biometric Recognition

Modern Technologies for Biomedical Systems Prototyping

System of three-dimensional human face images formation for plastic and reconstructive medicine

Multi-criteria decision-making system for design and implementation on the market rehabilitation toys

Section 3: Materials for bio-medical engineering applications

State-of-the-art and innovative approaches in biomaterials and surface treatments for artificial implants

New biodegradable magnesium based alloy for osteosynthesis

Modern trends in application of smart materials in biomedical engineering

Section 4: Applications and case studies

An Introduction to Tissue Engineering & Bio printing

Bio fabrication of Corneal Substitutes

Mechanical tests and properties of living tissues and biomaterials in a biomechanics course

Mechanical tests and computer models for the evaluation of soft tissue parameters used in implants design

The Use of Information Technology in the Designing and Manufacture of Implants

Modeling and simulation of prosthetic gait using a 3D model based on perturbation functions