Imaging and Sensing Track
Total Track Hours must equal 15 hours from the College of Engineering
Imaging and Sensing focuses on the instrumentation and methodologies of image science and bio-nanotechnologies applied to the diagnosis and treatment of human disease. This track provides a foundation for those choosing to design, build, use and evaluate diagnostic systems, including advanced targeted imaging, biological microscopy and biophotonics, integrated functional imaging, and point-of-care sensing and delivery technologies. Students may elect to receive interdisciplinary training in electronic systems, signal and image processing, radiation-tissue interactions, contrast media chemistry, lab-on-a-chip diagnostics, microfluidic devices, and specific imaging modalities including MRI, X-ray, and ultrasonic, optical and nuclear imaging instruments.
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To view the Course Catalog for course offerings and prerequisites, click here.
Students following this track take:
|ECE 210||Analog Signal Processing (4 hr)|
|ECE 329||Fields and Waves I (3 hr)|
and select remaining hours from:
|ECE 310||Digital Signal Processing I (3 hr)|
|ECE 311||Digital Signal Processing Lab (1 hr)|
|ECE 380||Biomedical Imaging (3 hr)|
|ECE 416||BioSensors (3 hr)|
|ECE 460||Optical Imaging (4 hr)|
|ECE 467||Biophotonics (3 hr)|
|ECE 473||Fundamentals of Engineering Acoustics (3 hr)|
|ECE 480||Magnetic Resonance Imaging (3 hr)|
|BIOE 477||Imaging & Therapeutic Probes (3 hr)|
|BIOE 498||WD Preclinical Molecular Imaging (3 hr)|
|ME 487||MEMS-NEMS Theory & Fabrication (4 hrs)|
|SE 423||Mechatronics (3 hr)|
To ensure adequate preparation, the following is recommended as a free elective:
|CHEM 442||Physical Chemistry (4 hr)|