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Healthy living, healthy ageing – a challenge for medicine AND engineering

       

CESAER Annual Seminar 2015

 

Welcome by the host
Prof Michiel Steyaert, Dean, KU Leuven, Faculty of Engineering Science

Introduction to the theme/Setting the scene
Prof Jos Vander Sloten, KU Leuven, Chairman, Leuven Medical Technology Centre

Neural Control of Movement: Engineering the Rhythms of the Brain
Dr Madeleine Lowery, University College Dublin

Fostering interdisciplinary Research – Medical Science and Technology at RWTH Aachen
Prof. Thomas Gries, RWTH Aachen

Technology approach: Proton beam therapy
Mischa S. Hoogeman, PhD, Erasmus MC Cancer Institute

Technology approach: personalized monitoring technologies for frailty prevention in ageing
Prof Enrique Gomez, Universidad Politecnica de Madrid

Technology approach: Engineering for rehabilitation
Prof Philip Rowe, Strathclyde University

The potential of architecture in dementia care
Prof Ann Heylighen, KU Leuven

KIC: EIT Health - Status & Overview
Prof Koen Debackere, KIC Board member and Managing Director, KU Leuven

EU Policy context
Mr Ilias Iakovidis, Acting Head of the Digital Social Platforms Unit, European Commission, DG Connect

Biomedical Signal Processing in Vital Sign Analysis: a Key Role for the Implementation of Advanced Technological Tools
Prof Sergio Cerutti, Politecnico di Milano

Ceramics for biomedical applications, from materials to tissue engineering
Prof Jérôme Chevalier, INSA Lyon

Round Table Approaches to Biomedical Engineering Education

  • Moderator: David FitzPatrick, College Principal and Dean of Engineering, UC Dublin, College of Engineering and Architecture, CESAER Vice-President
  • Panellists: Prof Georges Gielen, Vice Rector KU Leuven, Science, Engineering and Technology Group, Prof Jari Hyttinen, President EAMBES, Prof Karel Luyben, CESAER President, Prof Wim Robberecht, Vice Rector, KU Leuven Biomedical Sciences Group and Prof Philip Rowe, Strathclyde University.

  • Objective:Through the roundtable discussion we intended to draw on experience and awareness of the field to address the key topics of:
    (1) Biomedical Engineering (BME) Education in the context of Bologna structure (1st and 2nd Cycle degree) – examples of ‘best practice’?
    (2) Defining ‘the’ BME graduate - Industry and Clinical needs?
    (3) Degree structure and requirements – Core subjects; Core competencies; Industry/Clinical experience/engagement
    (4) BME education – Challenges and opportunities
    (5) BME education - Recommendations to programmes, faculty and policy makers
    (6) CESAER – Collaborative engagement, research and exchange opportunities.

Speakers' bios and abstracts

Follow this link to get a photo report of our three day event in Leuven

 

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