Biomedical Engineering

4 Posts authored by: Olga Imas
Olga Imas

BE Senior Design Review

Posted by Olga Imas Oct 9, 2013

The first round of BE senior design reviews is approaching.  BE seniors will be presenting and discussing their design projects with BE faculty on Wed October 23 and October 30, 2013 at 12 pm in S325 (BE Lab). 


October 23, 2013:

Design Team 001 - Electrocardiogram-Derived Respiration Laboratory System

Design Team 004 -  Pneumatic Research Device for Induction of Traumatic Brain Injury In Rat Model

October 30, 2013:

Design Team 002 - Mobile Heat Illness Monitoring System (MHIMS)

Design Team 003 - Catastrophic Events and Drug Administration Perfusion Simulator

In the past, BE junior class representatives found it beneficial to attend the senior design reviews in preparation for the following year.  Interested BE juniors should contact Dr. Tritt for more information and permission to attend.

The attendance is also open to two interested BE sophomores on first-come first-served basis.  All alumni and IAC members, and industry professionals are welcome to attend.  Those interested to attend please contact Dr. Tritt at


Olga Imas

FDA CDRH Online Training

Posted by Olga Imas Sep 16, 2013

BE sophomores and juniors, in preparation of your feasibility design report and presentation, please visit the following FDA site under the Center for Devices and Radiological Health.  It contains free online tutorials and courses related to regulatory compliance of medical devices. It will be a great resource for you in your senior design projects.  The courses are updated regularly, and so contain the latest information on all the regulatory changes that may be happening at the FDA.


CDRH Learn Course List (English)

BE juniors and seniors, GE Healtchare CT department is looking for an engineering intern in the CT imaging field.  The work will involve CT data acquisition, data and image analysis.  MATLAB or C programming is required.  The intern will be working with one of CT senior engineers, Jiahua Fan.  We had a number of students from previous years, who worked with Jiahua.


If you are interested, please let Dr. Imas or Dr. Tritt know, and we will forward you the appropriate contact information for your resume.  The Career Placement office also has the information related to this job. 


This is a part-time position, and they are looking to hire immediately.

Please follow the link below for all BE - program related information and documents.


Program: Biomedical Engineering, B.S. - Milwaukee School of Engineering - Acalog ACMS™

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