M Phil, PhD in Biomedical Engineering ResearchSmart sensing systems; Non-linear time series analysis; Micro-surgical robotics; Tactile sensing and perception systems; Human response evaluation; Advanced sensing and automation systems; Performance measurement and monitoring systems in sport, medicine and surgery; Systems for monitoring at the cellular scale; Robotic systems for cell manipulation and surgery; Rehabilitation systems.
Institution: Aston University
Department: School of Engineering And Applied Science
Entry: Equivalent of a good UK Honours degree (first or upper second class) in Mechanical Engineering, the physical Sciences, Bio-Medicine or related disciplines. For further information about entry requirements contact Aston University.
Funding: EPSRC and industry funding may be available only to UK / EU students. There are no scholarships available for non-EU students.
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