Welcome to the Introduction to Biomedical Engineering course, brought to you by Rahsoft. In this course we will be going over the basics and fundamentals of biomedical engineering, as well as in-depth examples and explanations of concepts to give you a better understanding of the field. The course is taught by Dennis Fer, a Biomedical Engineering Instructor at Rahsoft, and the course advisor is Ahsan Ghoncheh, the Co-Founder and Technical Advisor at Rahsoft.
We will be presenting this information to you in a way that is simple and easy to understand! Our course is aimed for anyone who is interested in learning more about biomedical engineering, how the field continues to grow, and the various concepts within the field that give you a better understanding of what biomedical engineering is. Throughout the course, you will be given examples and explanations in order to not only allow you expand your knowledge on the material covered, but also to test what you learned in a way that is stress-free and effective!
The course will begin with some basics in biomedical engineering and its history, followed by more in-depth looks into the anatomy and physiology of the human body. We will then look into basic biomedical instrumentation tools, as well as signal processing methods that allow for the data to be extracted and analyzed. Next, we’ll look into various imaging techniques, and then shift our focus into the basic concepts regarding the movement of the body, or biomechanics. Lastly, we will have an overarching look into biomaterials, which is the study of various materials that are used in a biomedical setting.
I want to thank you for choosing Rahsoft to teach you over this subject, and we will do everything we can to meet your needs and go further beyond. We are excited to help teach you more about the field of Biomedical Engineering, and help you learn more and achieve your goals. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us and we’ll be happy to help! Hope to see you soon, when you decide to take the course.
Introduction to Biomedical Engineering is an Entry Level Course for people with no background in the Biomedical Engineering industry to have a crash course on fundamental topics existing in this broad field. This course is not intended to go deep into all topics as that would takes years of classes but would concentrate on fundamental subjects in each topic of Biomedical Engineering. At the end of this course you would know fundamental topics spoken in the industry, major companies as well as different fields and jobs in the Biomedical Engineering industry.
We are constantly updating the course to have the below chapters.
In this course the you we will not go into details but go over top level information needed for anyone who is interested in the Biomedical topic to understand different concentrations and topics on top level that exist in the field. We plan to create future courses based on student enrollment on the course and go into more details on the topics we are discussing in this course.
This course was available for enrollment before but due to student feedback on the audio we ended up redoing the audio as well as the slides to give the students a better learning experienc e
Topics below are discussed in this course on basic level
- Introduction to Anatomy
- Introduction to Bioinstrumentation
- Introduction of the signal processing
- Introduction to Biomedical Image Processing
- Introduction to Biomechanics
- Introduction to Biomaterials
What you’ll learn
- At the end of the course the student will have a top level understanding of Biomedical engineering
- Student will understand and learn in high level different concentrations in Biomedical Engineering
- student will learn main key topics in each concentration
- Entry Level Course
- Willingness to learn
Who this course is for:
- Biomedical Enthusiasts
- People who want to start Biomedical Engineering education
- Bioelectrical Enthusiasts
- Electrical Engineers
- Electrical Engineer Students
- Biomechanical engineering students
- Biomedical Engineering students
- Bioelectrical Engineering students