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Bio-Mechatronic Engineering

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

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Bio-Mechatronic Engineering is a compound word of bioengineering, mechanics, and electronics. It is a new interdisciplinary field of study, and efficiently provides technology and knowledge in the fields of bioengineering, mechanical engineering, electronic engineering, and software engineering. Bio-Mechatronic Engineering will lead technological innovation to preserve human life in a healthy and prosperous environment and create a more convenient living environment in the era of the 4th industrial revolution. The Department of Bio-Mechatronic Engineering focuses on basic theory and applied education by dividing major fields into BioICT and Smart Mechatronics.

The Department of Bio-Mechatronic Engineering offers 42 major courses in its undergraduate programs including:


  • Biomechanics
  • Applied Mechanics
  • Applied Strength of Materials in Bio-systems
  • Computer Aided Design
  • Bio-microfabrication
  • Electric and Electronic Application for Bio-production
  • Bio-image Process Engineering
  • Medical Electronic System
  • Sensor Engineering for Bio-system
  • Engineering Mathematics
  • Introduction of Biomedical Engineering
  • Applied Computer Programming
  • Bio Big Data Analytic Engineering
  • Experimental Interdisciplinary VR Programming
  • Experimental Design of Bio-system
  • Experimental Practice of Computer Aided Design
  • Experimental Bioengineering
  • Experimental Applied Biomechatronics Control

Cutting-edge interdisciplinary research aimed at improving the quality of human life is an important goal of the faculty of the Department of Bio-Mechatronic Engineering. Areas of concentration for individual faculty cover a wide range of fields. The laboratory associated with each faculty is listed as follows: Image Processing and Robotics Laboratory, BioICT Laboratory, Integrative BioManufacturing Llaboratory, and Interdisciplinary Biomechanical Engineering Laboratory.

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