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New peer-reviewed journal article

15 Jun 2017 

The Centre for Biomedical Cybernetics has recently published an article entitled 'Reducing the training time for the SSVEP-based music player application' by Rosanne Zerafa, Tracey Camilleri, Kimberlin Bartolo, Kenneth P Camilleri and Owen Falzon in the Special Issue on Emerging Trends in Biomedical Physics and Engineering in Biomedical Physics & Engineering Express. The full article can be found here.


New Course - Clinical & Physiological Data Analysis 2017

12 Jan 2017 

Clinical and Physiological Data Analysis

The Centre for Biomedical Cybernetics is pleased to announce a series of courses in 2017 on the analysis of clinical and physiological data in the form of signals, images and other forms. These courses are targeted both towards individuals who are interested in the acquisition and analysis of clinical and physiological signals and who possess no prior technical knowledge; as well as individuals with a technical background who are interested in clinical and physiological data analysis.

Applicants who are interested are invited to visit our Courses and Workshops page for more information. 


Internships with Saint James Hospital Group

31 May 2017 

Temporary Summer Internship in Biomedical Engineering (Electrical) with Saint James Hospital Group

The University of Malta, through the Centre for Biomedical Cybernetics and Department of Systems and Control, has renewed an agreement with Saint James Hospital Group for a temporary Summer Internship in Biomedical Engineering, with a commitment of 20 hours per week at € 5.10 / hour for a maximum duration of 10 weeks, starting on the 1st of July.

If you are interested in this internship, kindly send an email addressed to Ing. Carl Azzopardi with your contact details, your curriculum vitae, and a cover letter briefly explaining your interest in this internship by noon of Tuesday 28th of June, 2016.

Eligible applicants will be interviewed to select the most suitable candidate. 


MSc by Research - Call for Expression of Interest

19 Apr 2016 

The Department of Systems and Control Engineering and the Centre for Biomedical Cybernetics are seeking students who are interested in pursuing studies leading to an MSc in Engineering degree (mainly by research) on any of the topics detailed here


Walk with Us!

01 Mar 2016 

The Centre for Biomedical Cybernetics is looking to recruit a number of healthy participants who are voluntarily willing to contribute in a gait analysis session that will be conducted at the Biomedical Engineering Laboratory at the University of Malta. A gait analysis is a systematic study of human locomotion that assesses the way we walk or run to highlight any biomechanical anomalies. Walking data collected from these sessions will assist us to identify and treat patients with pathological gait and will allow us to take measures that can improve their walking pattern.

Individuals interested in supporting this research and who want to learn more about this project are invited to send an email to Mr. Norbert Gauci on or to call on (+356) 2340 2865. A small gift will be given to those participating in the study.

More details may be found here in English and here in Maltese.



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