|CHEM101||General Chemistry I||4||6|
|PHY101||General Physics I||4||6|
|BIOE101||INTRODUCTION TO BIOENGINEERING||3||5|
|AIT100||ATATÜRK’S PRINCIPLES AND HISTORY||0||2|
|TUR101||TURKISH FOR FOREIGNERS||0||2|
|PHY102||General Physics II||4||6|
|ENG210||ENGLISH COMMUNICATION AND SKILLS||3||5|
|BIOE205||PRINCIPLES AND APPLICATIONS OF ECOLOGYI||3||5|
|BIOE301||MASS AND HEAT TRANSFER||3||5|
|COM142||INTRO. TO PROGRAMMING||4||6|
|NTE||NON TECHNICAL ELECTIVE||3||5|
|BME340||MODELLING OF BIOLOGICAL SYSTEMS||3||5|
|BME306||SYSTEM DESIGN ON BIOENGINEERING||3||5|
|BIOE400||Graduation Project I||3||12|
|BIOE402||Graduation Project II||3||5|
CHEM101 GENERAL CHEMISTRY (3, 2) 4, ECTS : 6
Matter: definition, classification, and properties. Standard units. Atom and atomic theory, molecules and ions. Chemical compounds. Chemical reactions and stochieometry. Diuted solutions, properties and reactions. Electrochemial reactions and bateries. Gases and gas laws. Atomic model, electron configuration, periodic table, distribution of elements and properties. Thermochemistry, energy, enthaphy, bond energies, Covalent, ionic and metalic bonds. İntermolecular forces.
MAT101 CALCULUS I (4, 0) 4, ECTS: 6
Functions, limits and continuity. Differentiations. Average Value Theorem. Grahics. Logarithms, trigonometry, and inverse trigonometric functions and differentiations. L’Hospital’s Rule. Techniques of Integrals and applications.
PHY101 PHYSICS I (3, 2) 4, ECTS: 6
Measurement, vectors, kinematics, dinamic-Newton Laws, Newton Rules and Applications, work and energy, conservation of energy, linear momentum conservation, hitting, rounding moment, torc, angular momentum, conservation of angular momentum, static balance.
ENG101 ENGLISH I (3, 0) 3, ECTS: 5
This course offers intermediate levels include wide range of grammatical structures and vocabulary of English in order to built onto the foundation established at the Preparatory School. This course aims to bring the students to a level that will enable them fulfill the requirements of main courses of their departments. Students will be encouraged to read a variety of texts as well as chapters from textbooks so that they can pursue their undergraduate studies at the university without major difficulty. ENG 101 is designed to improve the students’ presentation ability. Students are expected to do an oral presentation. At the end of the course they submitted their written projects.
MAT102 CALCULUS II (4, 0) 4, ECTS: 6
Sequences and Infinite Series; The integral test, comparison test, geometric series, ratio test, alternating series.Power series, Taylor series. Parametric equations and Polar coordinates. Functions of several variables,limits,continuity,partial derivatives,chain rule,extrema of functions of several variables.Multible integrals:Double integrals,Area,volume,double integral in polar coordinates,surface area,triple integrals,spherical and cylindrical coordinates.
PHY102 PHYSICS II (3, 2) 4, ECTS: 6
A basic physics course which study electric and magnetic phenomenas. Topics include electricity, magnetism, and direct current circuits. Laboratory work is an important component of the course.
ENG102 ENGLISH II (3, 0) 3, ECTS: 5
This course offers the students a wide range of grammatical structures and key language and vocabulary of English in the technical, industrial, and scientific sectors at intermediate level for everyday communication at work. This course aims to bring the students to a level that will enable them to ful fill the requirement so the main courses of the departments. The ability to evaluate, analyze and synthesize information in written discourse will be highlighted. Documentation in writing will be introduced at the beginning of the course, in order to solidly establish the skill by the end. Students will learn the discourse patterns and structures to be used in different essay types that they need for real life, hands-on tasks like explaining process, organizing schedules, reporting or progress, or analyzing risk.
COM141 INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER PROGRAMMING (3, 2) 4, ECTS: 6
Construction and abstraction of computer program. Elements of C. Structure of the program, data types, constants, input and output of integer numbers, real numbers. Variables, expressions and assignments. Input and output functions. Control Structures. Selection- If statement, multiple selection- switch statement. Iteration- while, do-while, for operators. User-defined functions, arrays and subscripted variables, single and multi dimensional arrays. Array and functions. Pointers, pointers and strings. Structures, creating structures. Structure as function argument. Subprograms. Files. File operations.
MAT201 DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS (4, 0) 4, ECTS: 6
Ordinary and partial differential equations. Explicit solutions, Implicit Solution. First-order differential equations, separable, homogenous differential equations, exact differential equations. Ordinary linear differential equations. Bernoulli differential equations. Cauchy-differential equations. High-order ordinary differential equations. Introduction to Laplace transforms. Introduction to series method for solving differential equations.
ENG210 ENGLISH COMMUNICATION AND SKILLS (3, 0) 3, ECTS: 5
To reinforces and consolidates the language and 4 skills that students have learned from earliers courses, as well as developing their level of knowledge, comunicative capacity, and ability to analyse and reflect on language. Course on upper-intermidiate AND ADVANCED levels include interesting and up-to-date topics, encouraging studens to recognize the importance of acquiring a foreign language in a modern context, prepare them to for their future professional life..
BIOE101 INTRODUCTION TO BIOENGINEERING (3, 0) 3, ECTS: 5
What is Boengineering? Development and historical development of Bioengineering. Topics and working areas of Bioengineering. How to solve, combined engineering and biological problems. Ethicalissues in bioengineering and latest developments.
CHEM211 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY (3, 2) 4, ECTS: 6
Structure and properties of compounds. Alkanes, alkenes, alkins, Aromatic compounds, alkyl halogens, and reactions. Alcholos, aldehydes, ketones, eshers, ethers, carbocylic acids, and amines, amides.
BIOE102 BIOLOGY (3, 0) 3, ECTS: 5
Comparison of living and non-living systems. Metabolism of Energy, Enzymes, Cell proliferations, embriyology. Development and production of seed in plants; Classification of living systems; Classification of Plants and Animals; Tissue of plants; Tissue of animals;Plant physiology; Organ sytems; Chemicsl communications.
BIOE206 POLYMER TECHNOLOGIES (3, 0) 3, ECTS: 5
Definitions of polymers: Classification: Raw materials sources, structural, mehanic, thermal, electrical, optical and chemical properties of polymers, Weight average molecular weight and analysis techniques and process techniques. Methods to determine weight average molecular weight of polymers
BIOE203 BIOCHEMISTRY (3, 2) 4, ECTS: 6
This course is designed for engineering students. Emphasis is placed on the realationship between molecular architecture and the functional properties of biomolecules, and the thermodynamic, unceasing, and self regulating nature of living processes. Students are also provided with overviews of the major physical and chemical techniques that engineers have used to explore life at the molecular level.
BIOE201 MICROBIOLOGY (3, 0) 3, ECTS: 5
Microorganisms and microbiology; Tools and instruments used in microbiology; development of microbiology; Cells; Procariotic nd eurocariotic cells; Classification of microorganisms; bacterias, viruses, funges; Enzymes and metablolites of microorganisms; Basic metabolic eevents in microorganisms;dying techniques; Microbiological detection methods.
BME321 ARTIFICIAL ORGANS (3, 0) 3; ECTS: 5
The important goal of this course is to thought technologies that will maintain, improve or even restore the function of diseased organs. The growing need for these technologies is substantial. Improved health care has resulted in an increased life span for the general population and, when coupled with a growing shortage of donor organs, makes it clear that organ assistance and substitution devices will play a larger role in managing patients with end-stage disease by providing a bridge to recovery or transplantation.
BME340 MODELLING OF BIOLOGICAL SYSTEMS (3, 0) 3; ECTS: 5
This course introduces the current approaches for mathematical modelling and analysis of biological systems using both computer simulation and mathematical techniques. The course reviews the basics of modelling methodology, stochastic and deterministic models, numerical and analytical methods, and model validation. Examples throughout the course are drawn from population dynamics, biochemical networks, ecological models, neuronal modelling, and physiological systems.
BME435 BIOINFORMATICS (3, 0) 3; ECTS: 5
This course is a graduate level bioinformatics course, which emphasizes as a basis for understanding bioinformatics and their applications. The course focuses on a general introduction to the uses of biological databases in generating biological knowledge to better understand living systems, for the purposes of aiding healing of diseases. Topics include Genomic Era, the anatomy of genome, probabilistic models of genome sequences, biological databases, sequence alignment, gene and promoter prediction, molecular phylogenetics, post-genomic epidemic, structural bioinformatics and proteomics. This course covers the fundamental concepts molecular biology, database management systems, and probabilistic models.
BME401 INSTRUMENTAL ANALYSIS ( 3, 1) 3; ECTS: 5
This course is designed to give students practical experience using modern analytical instrumentation and to provide students with the background theory and principles of operation.
BIOE301 MASS AND HEAT TRANSFER (3, 0) 3; ECTS: 5
Basic concepts and measurements. Measurable thermodynamic systems. Closed and open systems.Phae diagrams and state equations;Work and heat. Conservation of mass.1st aw of thermodynamics, work, energy and enthalphy. 2nd law of thermodynaimics. Entrophy. Basic concepts and laws related with the heat and mass tranfer. Similarities netween heat and mass transfer. Distribution of heat and mass. Multi-dimensional and time based systems.
BIOE200 Internships I (0, 0) 0: ECTS:12
The minimum time for this practice in an organization is four weeks (20 working days). The main objective is to observe a company in an original setting and answer questions on the fundamental areas of Bioengineering. A written report summarizing in the training experience is required.
BIOE300 Internships II (0, 0) 0: ECTS:12
A minimum of four weeks (20 working days) of training in companies involving observation of the computer system and the software. The main objective is to observe a companying an original setting and answer questions on the fundamental areas of Bioengineering. A written report summarizing the training experience is required.
BME250 BIOSTATISTICS (3, 0) 3, ECTS: 5
Probability and counting, permutation and combination. Some probability laws, Axioms of probability. Random variables and discrete distributions. Continuous distributions. Joint distributions. Mathematical Expectation, Some Discrete Probability Distributions, Some Continuous Probability Distributions. Biomedical science problem applications.
BME320 BIOMECHANICS (3, 0)3, ECTS: 5
This course is an undergraduate level biomechanics course, which emphasizes as a basis for understanding biomechanics and their applications. The course focuses on a important role of biomechanics in diverse areas of growth, development, tissue remodelling and homeostasis. Topics include cellular biomechanics, hemodynamics, the circulatory system, the interstitium, ocular biomechanics, the respiratory system, muscles and movement and skeletal biomechanics. This course covers the fundamental concepts of biomechanics (biology, fluid mechanics, thermodynamics, anatomy or physiology) behind the design of real biomedical problems with biomechanical concepts.
BME202 BIOMATERIALS (3, 2) 4, ECTS: 6
Introduction to biomaterials, Biocompatibility, The structure of solids, Imperfections in crystals, super cooled and network solids, Composite material structure, Characterization of materials, Mechanical thermal properties, Phase diagrams, Strengthening by Heat Treatments, Surface properties and adhesion, Electrical, optical, X-Ray Absorption, Acoustic and ultrasonic characterization of materials, metallic implant, Ceramic implant, Polymeric implant and composite materials. The course emphasizes the fundamental properties of biomaterials.
BIOE306 SYSTEMS AND DESIGN IN BIOENGINEERING (3, 0) 3, ECTS: 5
Introduction to design in bioengineering; Design and engineering analysis methods in the areas of Bioinstrumentations, biomaterials, and biotechnology; Technologial needs; Science and methods in Design; Theory of sampling; A/D conversion, Management regulation, Clasic systems and control theories / analysis of linear and non-linear prosesses; Properties of biological control systems;
BIOE208 GENETICSV(3, 0) 3; ECTS: 5
Historical development of genetics and definitions, Theory of genetic chromosomes, Life cycles for production of organisms, genotypes and phenotypes concepts, Mendel Heritage, interaction between allels of one gene. Cytoplassmic heritage, recombination, eurocartic connectionsand genetic mapping; muttations; variation from the structure of genes,
BIOE303 BIOSENSORS (3, 2) 4, ECTS: 6
The basis of biosensor design, analysis and selection of physical, optical, electrical, mechanical, thermal transduction mechanisms. The properties of transducers, dynamic linearity, hysteresis and frequency range. Biological elements, immobilization of biological components. Medical, biological and chemical sensors and transducers based on electrochemistry, optics, and solid- state devices.
BIOE205 APPLICATIONS AND PRINCIPLES OF ECOLOGY (3, 0) 3, ECTS:5
Introduction to ecology, life in sea and on the earth, tempertaure and water relations, energy-food and social relations; population of ecology: Genetic and natural selections, distribution and population Dynamics, interactions, mutailism and ecosystems. Ecosystems and societies; Primary production and energy flow, food cycle.
BIOE204 THERMODYNAMICS (3, 0) 3, ECTS: 5
Introduction and basic mass; zeroth, primary basic thermodynamic laws; work and heat concepts, thermodynamic properties of raw material and state equations, second law of thermodynamics and entropy; processes applied and Ideal gas law;equilibrium criters; activity concepts; mixtures, Gibbs Free energy and Gibbs Duhem equation.
BIOE400 GRADUATION PROJECT I (3, 0) 3, ECTS: 10
This course is designed for biomedical engineering undergraduate students. The purpose of this course is to provide biomedical signal processing background on technical aspects. Fundamentals of digital signal processing signal conditioning, frequency analyses, digital filtering methods, feature extraction, classification and application on EEG-ECG signals are introduced in detail. Students are provided with overviews of major techniques that engineers have used to explore in biomedical engineering level.
BIOE402 GRADUATION PROJECTS II (3, 0) 3, ECTS: 10
Design, develop and present a project based on the knowledge acquired during undergraduate studies. This course is continuation and modification of the project from BME400.
BIOE304 NANOTECHNOLOGY (3, 0) 3, ECTS: 5
Nanotechnology is an interdisciplinary course, contains biochemistry, electrical electronics engineering, and biomaterials. Nano structures and technology of materials are discuss in details. Solid state physics and chemical role on nanotechnology; Instruments used in the characterization adn synthesis of nanomaterials are going to discuss.
LIST OF TECHNCAL ELECTIVES:
BIOE401 BIOPHYSICS (3, 0)3, ECTS: 5
Microscopic and sup-microscopic methods in biological structure and function analysis; Medical imaging techniques; radiation physics; Dynamics and molecular organisation of membranes; basics of thermodynamic life prossess; biophysics of neural systems and conduction of neurons.
BIOE411 BIOSYSTEMS (3, 0)3, ECTS: 5
Definition of biosystems and bioprosseses; Properties of biological materials; kinetics of bioprossesses, basic principles of bioreactors; modelling of bioprossesses, carrying prossess in bioprossesses, sterilistion, bioprosses design.
BIOE412 EXPERT SYSTEMS (3, 0)3, ECTS: 5
Definiiton and application of expert systems: Principles of neural networks; training with lowering error; Feed forward algorithims; Probabaility and neural networks; Optimisation and barriers; Real time recurrent neural networks. Genetic algorithms.
BME414 TISSUE ENGINEERING (3, 0)3, ECTS: 5
Algortithms of extracellular matrix; natural polymers and synthetic polymers as supporting materials; Arrangement of cell functions; structuring of cells; cells / biomaterila interactions; movement of cells and metabolism; tissue regeneration; tissue production; controlled release drug systems; tissue engineering approaches; biohybrid organ therapy.
BIOE416 GENETIC ENGINEERING (3, 0) 3, ECTS: 5
Definition of genetic engineering, history and basic principles; Isolation of genetic material from bacteries, viruses an eucaryotic cells. Cutting prosses of Restriction endonukleaz enzyme, construction of restriksion mps, (DNA ligase enzymes) and properties of other enzymes used in genetic engineering; Natural and artificial transformation techniques; (electroporasion, protoplast transformation, mikroinjection, mikroprojectile bombardmant).
BIOE418 IMAGE PROCESSING (3,0)3, ECTS: 5
Basics of digital imaging, models of imaging. Pixel, Geometry of imaging, differentiation of imaging. Discreate Fourier transform. Resolution of imaging and rstore them; Zipp process of images; Segmentation of imaging; Image processing and definition.
BIOE413 ARTIFICIAL NEURAL NETWORKS (3,0)3, ECTS:5
Introduction, artificial neural networks (ANN) layers, classification of neural networks, architecture and artificial elements; Perceptron, ADALINE, MAPLINE, definitions. Basic radial fucntion modelling. General regresion models.
BIOE415 ELECTROMAGENTIC WAVES AND BIOPROCESSESS (3,0)3, ECTS: 5
This course is an undergraduate level electromagnetic theories course, which emphasizes as a basic for understanding on electromagnetic theories and their applications. The course focuses on an important role of electromagnetic theories in diverse areas of electromagnetic spectrum, electric filed and several point charges, electric flux, capacitors and capacitance, moving particles in the electric field, polarization, energy of capacitor, diverjans theorem, general situation of the induction.
LIST OF COMPULSORY ELECTIVE COURSES
BIOE232 ENVIORMENTAL TECHNOLOGIES (3, 0) 3
Main classes of pollutants, destiny of pollutants in the ecosystem, within the organısm, bioacumulation, biotransformation, detocsification, biodegradation; Effects of pollutants on sea life; bioassay and biomarkers; Factors affecting activities of pollutants; Monitoring and bological monitoring; air pollutants; Global enviormental problems.
BIOE230 ENZYMOLOGY (3, 0) 3, ECTS:5
Biology of enzymes; chemstry of enzymes; techniques used in labs and industry in the purification of enzymes; kinetics of enzyme reactions; fast equilibrium and equilibrium state; kinetics of equlibrium state; reversible and irreversible inactivation kinetics; mechanisms of catalytic enzymes; mechanism arranging enzyme mechanisms; alosteric enzymes; industiral applications of enzymes; stabilisation and immobilisation of enzymes.
BIOE231 FOOD BIOTECHNOLOGY (3, 0)3
Introduction to food biotechnology; important microorganisms in biotechnology; properties; Fermentation Technologies; production of fermented food; Single cell protein production; food production from single cell lipid and microorganisms. Basic immobilisation techniques for enzymes and microorganisms; Immune system science; Basic concepts in genetics: genetic food analysis; r-DNA technology; and applications in food industries. Biosecurity; ethical issues.