Available courses

this course gives a full description of anatomy of the upper limbs, muscles,bones , blood vessels and nerve supply.

Students develop their linguistic English skills in listening, speaking, reading and writing to enable the graduates to use those skills in various positions and with ease.

This course covers the fundamentals of computer aided design. Matlab is opted as a programming environment to implement design algorithms, in which 8-10 weeks should be dedicated to let the students acquiring adequate Matlab programming skills. The leftover weeks of the first semester are used to improve and polish the gained skills using different programming challenges. Next semester, students will learn how to computerize a wide range of topics in engineering ( e.g  numerical and engineering analyse, electronic circuit analyse, fluid dynamic, and other related subjects). The expected outcome is how to utilize information technology as a powerful tool in engineering. 

This course covers the cl**ical control theory. Basic principles of automatic control will be presented in the first few weeks (3 - 4) such as the concepts of open and close loop systems, transfer function, block and signal flow diagrams, etc. Then, we will go through modeling of mechanical, electrical, electromechanical, fluid systems and show how to construct a descriptive block diagram from a set of mathematical equations. This usually takes from 6 to 7 weeks. These condense information of systems modeling will have a substantial effect on students' capabilities to engage the practical and theoretical experience to understand the control problem that needs to be solved. In the upcoming 5 -6 weeks, time domain stability analysis will be introduced in which root locus is used as a design method to improve system stability. Then, techniques to analyze and design system stability in frequency domain will be illustrated (bode plot, Nyquist, etc). We hope that there is enough time for a small project in which a group of 3 students are going to design and implement the knowledge they gained into a biomedical application. 

 This course will be covered in two semesters, each has 15 weeks(3 hours per week). This subject is supported with 2 h/w lab.

This course is related to the idea of building the medical instrument application and design.