Each year of this two-year program is divided into four quartiles (Q1-Q4, and Q5-Q8) and accounts for 60 credits (ECTS). The content depends on the chosen specialization.
A student can do all core courses and specialization electives in the first year. That holds for students starting in either September or in February. For the majority of students, the international experience consists of either an internship in Q5 or Q6, or following courses during a three-month period, or even one semester in Q5 and Q6. This takes place during the first half of the second year, as the second half is needed for the final project.
The IAM program participates in the MasterMath (elo.mastermath.nl) program, which is a collaboration of all mathematics departments in The Netherlands to jointly offer master courses. Most IAM students will follow two or more MasterMath courses. In particular, the courses offered under the label 3TU are strongly recommended. These are typically offered on Monday. Therefore, all Mondays in Q3, Q4, Q5, and Q6 are reserved for MasterMath courses.
20 – 30
45 – 55
The department of Biomedical Engineering has eleven research groups, ordered in three clusters:
- Biomechanics & Tissue Engineering
- Chemical Biology
- Biomedical Imaging & Modelling
In this group, headed by Prof. Brunsveld, research deals with chemical biology approaches to study protein-protein interactions.
The group lead by Prof. Meijer combines the fields of supramolecular chemistry and protein engineering to regenerative medicine with the...
The research and teaching program of the BioMedical NMR group of Prof. Nicolay is aimed at the development and use of in vivo magnetic...
Molecular Biosensing for Medical Diagnostics
The program on molecular biosensing for medical diagnostics focusses on nanotechnologies for biophysical studies which have potential to be...
Our group operates at the interface of chemical biology and synthetic biology. Combining protein engineering and DNA nanotechnology we...
Medical Image Analysis
The research of the group is dedicated to developing methods and applications to automatically analyze medical images.
The group of Prof. Hilbers investigates and applies molecular modeling methods, machine learning, systems biology, and parameter estimation...
Soft Tissue Engineering and Mechanobiology
The mission of the group of Prof. Bouten is to conduct multi-disciplinary research on the biomechanics and mechanobiology of soft biological...