2022-2024 Undergraduate and Graduate Bulletin (IN PROGRESS) 
    
    Aug 14, 2022  
2022-2024 Undergraduate and Graduate Bulletin (IN PROGRESS)

BE-GY 6783 Biomechanics for Biomedical Engineers

3 Credits
Biomechanics offers contemporary topics on applications of linear and nonlinear solid mechanics to biological tissues, biomedical device design and intervention. The course will be composed of two parts: (1) theoretical aspects of biomechanics including kinematics, stress, and elastic material models that are related to modeling of biological tissue behavior; 2) review and discussion of clinical and engineering journal papers related to disease treatment and modeling.

Prerequisite(s): Undergraduate biomechanics course or instructor’s consent