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Bio-Mechatronic Engineering

Location 61105, Life Science and Technology Building
Telephone 82-31-290-7820
Food Science and Biotechnology

The purpose of Bio-Mechatronic Engineering (BME) is to carry out the basic and applied multi-disciplinary engineering researches in the fields of:

  • Biomedical Engineering : bio-system and biomechanics of human motion, and mechatronic engineering including; automation engineering and bio-processing engineering
  • Bio-system : physiological modeling and simulation, rehabilitation engineering, artificial organ, bio-signal and image processing and biomaterials
  • Biomechanics of Human Motion : ergonomics and sports biomechanics
  • Automation Engineering : bio- production automation, robotics, signal analysis and image processing
  • Bio-processing Engineering : bio-reactor design and bio-production process engineering

The BME department offers 33 major courses toward undergraduate programs including:

  • Introduction of Biomedical Engineering
  • Human Physiology
  • Biomechanics
  • Biomaterials
  • Tissue Engineering
  • Bio-Sensor Engineering and Image Processing in the disciplinary of Biomedical Engineering and Digital Circuit Automatic Control, CAD/CAM, Robotics and Programming Language in the disciplinary of Mechatronics

Cutting-edge interdisciplinary research aimed at improving the quality of human life is an important goal of the faculty of the Department of BME. Areas of concentration for individual faculty cover a wide range of fields within BME. The laboratory associated with each faculty is listed here, such as bio-system laboratory, bio-processing laboratory, bio-production system laboratory, biosensor and instrumentation laboratory; image processing and robotics laboratory, system automation laboratory and biomedical engineering laboratory.

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