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Translational Engineering

Biämne på svenska: Translationell teknik

Minor in Finnish: Translationaalinen tekniikka

Code: ELEC3026

Responsible professors: Mervi Paulasto-Kröckel and Simo Särkkä

Extent: 20 credits

Language: English

Preliminary requirements:

No preliminary requirements – open for all Aalto students – but please note that all courses in this minor are at Master’s level and students should ensure that they have the necessary knowledge and skills before choosing this minor.

Objectives and learning outcomes

Translational engineering is a multidisciplinary topic dealing with themes from various fields, such as biomedical engineering, health care and wellbeing, microsystems technology and smart living environment. Drawing from a strong mathematical and natural sciences basis, the minor offers in depth knowledge about different application areas related to the above mentioned fields. The minor also emphasizes the process of transferring results from fundamental studies into innovations and finally into functional products. The studies consist of a well-balanced mixture of theoretical and applied knowledge and prepare the student for his/hers career equally well in industry or in academia.

Learning outcomes

-     Upon completion of the Minor, the student will be able to:

-     Understand the design and fabrication principles of electronic devices

-     Rationalize the use of different materials in health care, microsystems and lighting technologies based on their fundamental properties   

-     Understand the basic processes related to product development

-     Apply current knowledge to create new solutions for complex systems

Content of the minor

Students may negotiate alternative content up to two courses depending on their Major. Please contact professors  Mervi Paulasto-Kröckel and Simo Särkkä for approval of a suggested study plan

Code

Name

Credits

Teaching period

Compulsory courses

 

 

ELEC-E8712

Design for Reliability

5

I-II

ELEC-E8730

Design of Electronic Equipment

5

I-II

ELEC-D8710

Principles of materials science

5

III-IV

ELEC-E5710

Sensors and Measurement
Methods

5

IV-V

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