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The Aachen Helmholtz Institute connects interdisciplinary basic research with application-oriented research and development in biomedical engineering. Research highlights of the institute lie in diagnostics, therapy development, and the applied life sciences.

The Helmholtz Institute

The collective goal of all the initiated projects, activities, and measures is the invention and development of new biomedical technologies.

The application of new methods should contribute to the best possible medical therapy of patients and their rehabilitation.

The Rectorate has appointed members from four faculties to the Helmholtz Board of Directors for the coordination, strengthening, and interweaving of these activities in research and teaching at RWTH Aachen.

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The areas of research, represented by chairs at RWTH Aachen, can be outlined as follows.

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At MIBE, researchers specializing in medicine, the natural sciences, and engineering join forces to develop new methods for preventing, diagnosing or treating diseases. The activities cover the entire development process – from the study of basic scientific principles through to their application in new medical devices, medicines and software. Beyond research, MIBE also provides educational opportunities for students and doctoral candidates and fosters entrepreneurship.

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Doctoral School of Biomedical Engineering

In the Doctoral School of Biomedical Engineering at TU Graz , you conduct interdisciplinary research, focusing on aspects of engineering, medicine, biophysics, biology and biochemistry. As part of your dissertation, you will make new scientific discoveries in the field of biomedical engineering.

Dissertation

  • Solve scientific and technological problems in the field of biomedical engineering
  • Conduct independent research using engineering and scientific methods
  • Work together with research laboratories and industry partners
  • Publish in internationally renowned peer-reviewed journals
  • Prepare and defend research findings

Courses (curricular workload)

  • Deepen your knowledge in the subject area of your dissertation, for example, in biomedical engineering, mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, telematics, biomechanics, biology or medicine
  • Gain experience using scientific methods applied in the engineering and natural science fields
  • Attend courses offered at Austrian or other international universities
  • Meet regularly with your dissertation supervisor in order to exchange information, for example, to describe ideas and preliminary results, hold discussions or receive suggestions for relevant contacts in your field of study

Focus Areas

  • Biomechanical engineering
  • Biomedical instrumentation and imaging
  • Computational neuroscience
  • Health care engineering

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  • Duration of study: 3 years
  • Academic degree : Doktorin/Doktor der technischen Wissenschaften (Dr. techn.; translation: Doctor of Technical Sciences ) or Doktorin/Doktor der Naturwissenschaften (Dr.rer.nat.; translation: Doctor of Natural Sciences ), equivalent to the Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
  • Languages of instruction : German and English
  • Admission requirements: see requirements for doctoral programmes
  • Curriculum Doctoral Programme in Technical Sciences
  • Curriculum Doctoral Programme in Natural Sciences
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The doctoral programme has made it possible for me to apply the knowledge that I acquired during my master’s programme in engineering at the interface between natural sciences, engineering and medicine. Furthermore, I have the possibility to participate in international conferences and summer schools organised by our institute on the topic of biomechanics, where I can meet renowned scientists and postgraduates from more than 20 countries, and connect with the international scientific community. The doctoral programme itself and the independent working manner required during the programme prepare me for continuing my academic career and teaching as well as for research and development positions in industry.

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  • Head of the Doctoral School of Biomedical Engineering Gerhard A. HOLZAPFEL Univ.-Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Dr.techn. Phone: +43 (316) 873 - 35500 holzapfel noSpam @tugraz.at
  • Dean of Studies Hermann SCHARFETTER Ao.Univ.-Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Dr.techn. Phone: +43 (316) 873 - 35404 [email protected]
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  • Institute of Health Care Engineering with European Notified Body of Medical Devices
  • Institute of Neural Engineering
  • Institute of Biomedical Informatics

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Medical Faculty Mannheim Biomedical Engineering

Biomedical Engineering is a broad subject area, incorporating a combination of mathematics, physics, engineering, biology and medicine to answer health-science-related questions, for diagnostics, and for therapeutics.

The M.Sc. programme in Biomedical Engineering is an interdisciplinary programme open to graduates of a relevant Bachelor’s degree programme. It provides students with a broad background in physics, computing, and mathematics. The curriculum focuses on biomedical research, with a strong emphasis on computer science. This reflects the increasing demand in this field for IT skills paired with specialised knowledge of biomedical devices and their use.

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Special Features and Characteristics

The M.Sc. degree programme in Biomedical Engineering is closely networked, both within Germany and internationally, with leading research and educational  institutions for radiotherapy and medical imaging. These institutional and collaborative partnerships have led to the development of a globally-active network of  science and engineering experts.

  • The eXtreme REsolution microscopy Lab at the Institute of Molecular Biology in Mainz is a renowned German research centre focused on the development and application of nanoscopic fluorescence microscopy techniques
  • The Dana-Farber Cancer Institute at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital and the Massachusetts General Hospital Cancer Center of the Harvard Medical School are ranked among the leading cancer research and treatment centres in the U.S.
  • The Jiao Tong University in Shanghai is one of China’s most prominent technical universities; it has achieved impressive results in the areas of engineering and biomedical science
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Biomedical Engineering is an interdisciplinary research field that provides a comprehensive view of diagnostic and therapeutic techniques, with an emphasis on medical imaging and radiotherapy. The M.Sc. in Biomedical Engineering is offered through the Department of Radiotherapy and Radiation Oncology (including Experimental Radiation Oncology) and Computer-Assisted Clinical Medicine.

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Graduates enjoy outstanding career prospects in the health care and life science sectors, e.g. hospitals, research organisations, and the medical technology industry (manufacturers of biomedical devices/imaging systems, health-care software companies, the pharmaceutical industry, etc.).

Successful completion of the degree programme may also qualify graduates for further certification as state radiation protection commissioners (dependent upon the specific country). In Germany, for example, it is possible to become  certified as a medical physics expert after completion of two additional years of supervised practical work within a qualified radiation therapy department and successful completion of an additional examination, as specified in the German Radiation Protection Ordinance.

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The Institute of Biomedical Engineering

Biomedical Engineering refers to the application of technical and technological knowledge, methods and instruments in the medicine with a focus on the interaction between the therapeutic or diagnostic system and the biological environment. The new chair of Biomedical Engineering at the University of Stuttgart started in September 2019 and set a research focus on minimalinvasive, catheter-based technologies for the cardiovascular, neurovascular and pulmonary intervention. Solutions for miniaturization and integration are explored as a prerequisite for delivery in microcatheters and implantation in deep and hardly accessible body regions like in the heart, brain and lungs. Implant development and investigation are performed in an interdisciplinary and synergistic approach in the research fields of biology, biochemistry, material science and medicine.

Courses at BMT offer students knowledge and methodic in designing, realization and testing of biomedical catheters and implant. Basics of biomedical engineering including measurement, imaging and modelling are treated in lessons and applied in practical courses. Selected topics in the fields of organ support and replacement, (micro)fluidic in biological systems, drug delivery as well as radiation therapies complete the curriculum.

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If you are interested in the field of Bioengineering, getting a Master’s degree from Germany is a good choice for various reasons. Germany enjoys the reputation of being home to the world leading market in medical technology and medical devices. Furthermore, there are many excellently funded and highly specialized laboratories at German universities that students get to work in throughout their studies. Additionally, many of the English-language Master programs available in this field maintain excellent contact to companies in related industries and offer a first-class education.b

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Germany: 9 Fully-funded PhD positions in Biomedical Sciences at the MDC Berlin

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Max Delbrück Center for Molecular Medicine (MDC) invites applicants for PhD positions.

  • Cardiovascular research and metabolic diseases
  • Cancer and immunology
  • Developmental biology
  • Medical systems biology
  • Bioinformatics
  • Mathematical modeling
  • Structural biology
  • Diseases of the nervous system
  • Translational research

Situated in an excellent scientific, international and supportive environment, the MDC provides you with:

  • Structured PhD program
  • Advanced research training, incl. summer schools, and annual PhD retreats
  • Individual supervision from expert scientists
  • Access to state-of-the-art technology
  • Travel grants for external courses and conferences
  • Framework program for personal and career development

Students can enrol in one of our thematically focused PhD Exchange Programs:

• The MDC-NYU PhD Exchange Program in Medical Systems Biology

• SignGene - The German-Israeli Helmholtz Research School “Frontiers in Cell Signaling and Gene Regulation”,

or become associated with the interdisciplinary HEIBRiDS Data Science School.

The working language of the program is English.

Requirements

• You are an enthusiastic student with a strong interest in life sciences

• You hold or expect to obtain a Master degree not later than February 2020

• Your degree is in molecular medicine, chemistry, biology, computer science, engineering, mathematics or physics

How to apply?

Applications are submitted through our online recruitment portal. The required application documents include a research interest letter, CV, education, and contact details of two referees. Applications via email can unfortunately not be accepted.

After submission of your application, you will receive an automatic email confirming that your application has been received. To be eligible for review, your application must be submitted before the application deadline.

Application deadline: July 10, 2019.

Email: [email protected]

Webpage: https://www.mdc-berlin.de/Application

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Biomedical Engineering (MSc) Biomedical Engineering (MSc)

Hamburg university of applied sciences • hamburg.

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All modules in the Master's programme are taught in English.

This course is taught in person only. There is not an option to study online.

Application periods:

1 June to 15 July (programme start: October) 1 December to 15 January (programme start: April)

Please have your school and Bachelor's certificates checked first by uni-assist ( www.uni-assist.de ) to get a VPD ("Vorprüfungsdokumentation") BEFORE applying to HAW Hamburg.

With your VPD, please apply using the HAW Hamburg online application portal .

The HAW Hamburg online application portal is open during the application period only.

You do not need to send your documents with the postal mail to complete your application.

The following modules are offered as part of the Master's programme in Biomedical Engineering:

  • Mathematics
  • Data Acquisition
  • Advanced Biosignal Processing
  • Medical Image Processing
  • Application of Imaging Modalities
  • Advanced Control Systems
  • Modelling Medical Systems
  • Medical Real Time Systems
  • Simulation and Virtual Reality in Medicine
  • Biomedical Project
  • HTA / Regulatory Affairs
  • Master's thesis

This course is taught in person only. There isn't an option to study online.

The programme is designed so students can start both in the winter or in the summer semester.

Modules 1, 2, and 7 are offered both in the summer and winter semesters. Modules 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9 and 10 are offered either in the summer semester or in the winter semester on a yearly basis.

The third semester is scheduled for the Master's thesis.

To find more detailed information about the modules and course content, please click on the PDF link below.

The Master's programme does not include an integrated internship, but the Master's thesis can be completed in industry.

Each semester, students have to pay a semester contribution (345 EUR as of September 2023). This fee includes a semester ticket for unlimited use of Hamburg's public transport system. For more information about studying and living in Hamburg, see: https://www.haw-hamburg.de/en/international/international-students/ .

Hamburg is a relatively expensive city. Depending on your lifestyle, you should expect living costs of 700 to 900 EUR for rent, food, and other expenses.

Students can apply for scholarships for academic excellence. They can also apply for an examination scholarship when they are in their final semester as a financial support while completing their Master's thesis. More information can be found here: https://www.haw-hamburg.de/en/international/international-students/ .

  • Bachelor's degree (or equivalent) in the same or similar field
  • Graduate Record Examination (GRE) (for applicants from non-EU countries)
  • Proof of English language ability if English is not your first language (see language requirements)
  • in some cases: A2 German certificate from Goethe Institute (see language requirements)

Uni-assist (VPD) ( www.uni-assist.de ): Students who completed their school education outside Germany must have their high school and Bachelor's certificates checked by uni-assist and receive a VPD BEFORE applying to the HAW Hamburg. The VPD from uni-assist must be uploaded as part of the application process at HAW Hamburg. Please be advised that the uni-assist VPD process can take six to eight weeks, so please apply early.

For more information about admission requirements: https://bit.ly/2Y7EwpE

All applicants whose first language is not English must provide one of the following language certificates: TOEFL min. score: 87 (Internet-based) IELTS min. score: band 5.5 CAE (Cambridge Certificate in Advanced English) min. score: C CPE (Cambridge Certificate in Proficiency in English) min. score: C FCE (Cambridge First Certificate) min. score: C Lectures are in English.

German: Students who do not have a Bachelor's degree in Biomedical Engineering of a minimum of 210 ECTS will have to take additional modules in Biomedical Engineering in order to have sufficient knowledge to successfully complete the Master's programme. These modules are taught in German, so applicants must include proof of German (minimum of A2 German Goethe Certificate with their application). However, we recommend that applicants have B2 German by the time they get to Hamburg in order to be able to successfully follow lectures in German.

In general, we recommend that all applicants have A2 German when they get to Hamburg, as this helps a lot with integration into life in Germany.

Apply online here: https://bit.ly/applyHAW .

If you are coming to Germany on a visa, you will have to provide proof of your finances for the first year: 853 EUR/month – 10,236 EUR/year.

EU students can work 20 hours/week. Students from non-EU countries are only permitted to work 120 full days (240 half days) in one calendar year, and part-time job opportunities are limited, especially for students who do not speak German. It is unlikely that we will be able to offer you a job on campus.

More information can be found here, under "Visa & Paperwork": https://www.haw-hamburg.de/en/international/international-students/

Studierendenwerk Hamburg offers affordable accommodation for students under the age of 30. Generally, students have their own room in a shared apartment with a communal bathroom and kitchen. The monthly rent for a room in a student hall of residence is usually between 350 and 450 EUR (including amenities). New students can apply three months before the start of their degree programme.

Please be advised that it is unfortunately not easy to find accommodation in Hamburg; finding somewhere to live can take a while. The student halls of residences offered by the Studierendenwerk Hamburg often have waiting lists.

Further information on accommodation can be found here: https://www.haw-hamburg.de/en/study/campus-life/accommodation/ .

The HAW Hamburg has a Career Service Office that offers advice on working in Germany, finding internships and applying successfully for jobs in Germany.

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Hamburg University of Applied Sciences

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Hamburg University of Applied Sciences (HAW Hamburg) is one of the largest of its kind in Germany and within our four faculties we offer a wide range of Bachelor’s and Master’s programmes in engineering, IT, life sciences, design and media as well as business and social sciences. We focus on applied sciences in our teaching, giving our students a practical insight into their fields of study through projects, lab work, internships and theses in industry. Our expertise is drawn from faculty members who have worked in industry before joining the university. In research, we are an important partner for the city of Hamburg’s companies and innovation clusters, developing new ideas from the synergies of this dynamic location.

Our fields of expertise reflect the technologies, industries and services that make Germany a leading economy, and our close collaboration with Hamburg's innovation clusters allows us to develop this knowledge in our teaching and research.

We are a very international university, with students from over 100 countries making up 16% of our students. Combined with the international nature of the city of Hamburg, you will feel very comfortable studying here.

Read more about the city and what our students say: https://bit.ly/3bq2rI3

University location

In the north of Germany and in the heart of Europe, Germany’s second largest city (1.8 million) offers excellent quality of life and international flair. If you like to spend your leisure time outdoors, then you will love Europe’s “greenest” city with its lake, canals and beautiful parks. For those of you who love culture, Hamburg’s museums, theatres and its world-famous concert hall, the Elbphilharmonie, will inspire you. Hamburg is also one of the most dynamic commercial centres in Europe, placing its strategic focus on six innovative segments: aviation (Airbus), IT and media, the international port and logistics, life sciences (biotechnology, medical technology and health care), nanotechnology, and renewable energies. We are sure you will feel at home.

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