Prerequisite/Recommended prerequisite for
participation in the module
Active participation in semester 1.
Content, progress and pedagogy of the
To learn to apply and evaluate scientific methods in modelling
and/or design of biomedical systems or clinical information systems
based on a realistic clinical or scientific problem.
Students who complete the module:
- Have gained knowledge of at least one of the areas: Signal
processing and image analysis, Pattern recognition and decision
support, Clinical information systems, Sensory-motor control and
rehabilitation systems, and Physiologic modeling
- Understand knowledge within the selected area(s) and is able to
reflect on a scientific basis on this knowledge
- Are able to independently plan and carry out a research study
on basis of a given problem
- Are able to apply scientific methods and tools to research
within the chosen area of knowledge
- Are able to choose scientific theories and methods within the
chosen area of research
- Are able to communicate problems, methods and results within
the scientific area, in writing
- Are able to discuss professional and scientific problems with
- Are able to function in a project with a high level of
complexity and which requires new solutions
- Are able to take responsibility for their own professional
Type of instruction
|Name of exam||Biomedical (information) systems|
|Type of exam|
Oral exam based on a project
|Assessment||7-point grading scale|
|Type of grading||External examination|
|Criteria of assessment||As stated in the Joint Programme Regulations.|
programme student counsellors if you consider
applying to the education and you have questions.
Please consult the Moodle page for your semester and contact the
semester coordinator if you have academic questions, or the study
secretary if you have administrative questions.
All other enquiries may be directed
to Malene Møller
Knudsen, secretary of the Study Board.