Biomedical Systems: using tech to improve lives

Biomedical Systems engineers explore how technology interacts with the human body, and the potential to improve lives.

ANU students and researchers are creating innovations like bionic eyes, prosthetic limbs, and breath sensors that can detect disease.

Join the ANU College of Engineering and Computer Science for a live webinar with specific information about this exciting and interdisciplinary field. 

This specialisation combines nanotechnology, materials engineering, imaging, and sensing that can be used for advanced medical outcomes for people all around the world.

Take this opportunity to directly interact with our academics to ask about course content, employment opportunities available and ways in which you can get involved through your ANU engineering degree.

Register now!

 

Note: the date and time shown is for Canberra, Australia (AEST). You can join our webinars from anywhere in the world to participate in the live discussion and ask questions. If you can't join at the scheduled time, our webinars will be available afterwards to view here. 

Date & time

5–6pm 21 May 2020

Location

Contacts

Updated:  1 June 2019/Responsible Officer:  Dean, CECS/Page Contact:  CECS Marketing