During your final project, you will be part of a multidisciplinary research team, made up of a group of experienced researchers, designers and PhD students. You will work on a full-scale project, charged with either performing research or creating a design research project, and given a high degree of independent responsibility. Research and design are both fundamental aspects of biomedical engineering.
Your specialization project will form part of the ongoing research at the Department of Biomedical Engineering. You will write a thesis at the end of your project and give an oral presentation and defense of your thesis project. In many cases, your research will be pursued further by other graduate students or researchers.
Within the research profile the entire second year (60 EC) is available for the graduation project, which means an intended duration of about 42 work weeks.
For the free profile 45 EC are available, this means an intended duration of 31.5 work weeks.
Your final project is related to the clinical research you will perform. You decide the subject matter of the research together with your supervising professor.
In the course of your final project, you will work together with many experienced researchers and medical specialists. You will also learn about the latest developments in clinical science. To complete the project, you must write a thesis, give an oral presentation and defense your thesis.
During the second year 45 EC are available for the graduation project, which means an intended duration of 31.5 working weeks.