BME400 GRADUATION PROJECTS I & BME402 GARDUATION PROJECTS II
The graduation project for the Department of Biomedical Engineering BSc degree program lasts for two semesters. In the first semester, students are expected to carry out literature survey and complete the theoretical parts and also first prototype of their projects should be presented in the Biomedical engineering Workshop. The second semester of the graduation projects is allocated to improve their prototype and modification of their project. The BME Workshop is organized by the department at the end of each academic semester. All graduate projects were presented during the workshop.
A graduation project proposal form is filled by a student who is ready to take a graduation project. This form is signed and authorised by the Head of Department. Then a supervisor is assigned to the student and a graduation project request/acceptance form is filled in. This form gives the project title, student details, name of the supervisor assigned to the student, and the academic year. The form is signed and dated by the assigned supervisor. Students can start to work on their graduation projects as soon as the project is approved and a supervisor is assigned to him/her. Students and supervisors meet once every two weeks to discuss the progress made by the students. Graduation project individual assessment form is filled in during these meetings to assess student’s progress. Graduation projects are graded by the Graduation Projects Examining Committee and the graduation project grading form is filled in accordingly.
At the end of the graduation projects, students in a group are expected to write reports for the work they have been assigned to do within the group. In addition all the individual group reports are combined to form a single document which is the graduation project. Students in the group are graded based on their assigned individual work and individual presentations.
- Biomedical Signal Processing
- Biomedical Imaging
- Modelling of Biological Systems
- Biomedical Instrumentations