First graduates of Master programs in English on Faculty of Information Measurement and Biotechnical Systems
On June 7 Master theses defence of English program “Bioengineering Systems and Technologies for Prosthetics and Rehabilitation” graduates was held.
On June 7 Master theses defence of English program “Bioengineering Systems and Technologies for Prosthetics and Rehabilitation” graduates was held. This program is offered on Faculty of Information Measurement and Biotechnical Systems at ETU. Foreign students from the countries of Latin America, Middle East and Africa became the first graduates of the educational program and showed high level of training.
Students presented works that contained the results of independent research, including practical realization of projects and creation of experimental models.
Work of Nelson Salinas (Gonduras), that was devoted to development of bioengineering systems for control pf prosthetics device with improved reliability, was admitted the best according to estimates of qualifying commission.
Abraham Idara Demas from Nigeria created biotechnical system for setting of ITE aid and determination of individual hearing characteristics.
Al - Juaidi Kamilia (Jordan) offered innovation technology of 3D-prosthetics of arm.
Lazo Recinos Fatima Maria (Salvador) presented bioengineering system focused on design of module arm prosthesis for patients with transradial amputation. Rafat Naser (Yemen) developed biotechnical system for research of knee joint exertion. Ewebiyi Foluke Olajumoke (Nigeria) prepared bioengineering mobile system for energy cost estimate.
All works of students were given excellent marks by State Examination Commission. All development have high practical importance and soon may be used in medical centers. All Masters were recommended for entering post-graduate course.
Bioengineering Systems and Technologies for Prosthetics and Rehabilitation” were opened at ETU two years ago. It is aimed at forming of professional competences on using of modern achievements of biophysics, biomechanics, electronics, informational and computer technologies for rehabilitation of lost functions of body organs and systems. Program is created for foreign students for Latin America, Middle East and Africa. Classes are held in English. At the present time five more students study at this program and will finish their studied next year. This year new intake of students is planned.