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
Ultrasound research featured in Ny Teknik
Swedish technology and engineering magazine has featured Tobias Erlöv (PhD) and his colleagues and their research on cardiovascular diseases. With ultrasound data analysis the group has
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 BME? Choose between biomechanics, Lab-on-a-chip, medical signal processing, proteomics and smart-hand prosthetics among others.
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