Our Biomechanics group's research is focused on understanding the link between mechanics and biology in the musculoskeletal system. More specifically, our research involves bone, cartilage and tendon biomechanics, pathologies and healing using characterisation methods, imaging and simulation techniques.
Research in biomedical signal processing is pursued in the areas of electrocardiology, dialysis, eye-tracking, neuroengineering, and speech analysis.
Acoustofluidics involves particle, cell and fluid manipulation through acoustic forces in lab-on-a-chip systems. Applications can include bacteria filtering from blood, particle wash and food stuff processing.
Analysis of Protein Expression and Imaging in Disease and Health
The group has on-going research in the ultrasound field ranging from biology and medicine to transducer and ultrasound methodology with examples such as from tissue motion estimation to dolphin ecolocation.
Josefin Starkhammar featured in Swedish media
The attention was raised following the publication of a scientific publication in The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America on a new signal processing method that Josefin
Hanna Isaksson ny ledamot i Sveriges unga akademi
Sveriges unga akademi är en tvärvetenskaplig akademi för ett urval av de bästa yngre forskarna i Sverige. Vid möte den
Per Augustsson receives a 300 000 SEK equipment grant from The Crafoord Foundation
The project will investigate temperature effects inside acoustic microfluidic resonators.
Engineering Book on Atrial Fibrillation
Atrial Fibrillation from an Engineering Perspective is a book just released by Springer in their Series of
Johan NilssonHead of DepartmentJohan.Nilsson@bme.lth.se+46 46-222 75 32
Désirée JarebrantEducation administratorDesiree.Jarebrant@bme.lth.se+46 46-222 75 30
The department offers BME courses aimed for all engineering students, from signal processing and EMI to biomechanics and E-health.
Do you want to do your Master's thesis in Biomedical Engineering? Have a look at our current projects at department and industry or come up with your own!
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