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Symposium: Integrating Technology in Stroke Rehabilitation

04 Aug 2015 

Further information on the Symposium may be found here

 

SIGNET: Special Interest Group for Neurorehabilitation and Technology

22 Jul 2015 

The Centre is launching a Special Interest Group for Neurorehabilitation and Technology. More details may be found here

 

Call for Applications: Post of Systems Engineer

26 May 2015 

The Centre for Biomedical Cybernetics seeks to engage a Systems Engineer on Human Motion Capture and Analysis. Please click here for further details.

 

Postdoctoral Research Position

25 May 2015 

Please click here for more information.

 

Call for Expression of Interest

04 Aug 2014 

Full-time MSc by Research Post
Department of Systems & Control Engineering in collaboration with the Centre for Biomedical Cybernetics – University of Malta


1. Graduate or final year students are invited to express their interest in a full-time MSc by Research with the Department of Systems & Control Engineering in collaboration with the Centre for Biomedical Cybernetics of the University of Malta and MRI.TOOLS GmbH in Berlin. The MSc by Research project will involve the development of an advanced phonocardiogram system for MRI triggering, involving the application of signal processing methods for the analysis of phonocardiogram signals for MRI triggering and hardware and software development for phonocardiogram acquisition and real-time processing.

2. This MSc will take place over 3 semesters on a full-time basis during the academic year 2014/2015. The candidate undertaking the study will be spending two semesters working on the project locally with the Centre for Biomedical Cybernetics at the University of Malta and one semester at MRI.TOOLS GmbH in Berlin. The candidate will have an exciting opportunity to experience work in a multi-disciplinary team at the Berlin Ultra High Field Facility (BUFF) of the Max Delbrück Centre which houses a 9.2T animal MRI and a 7T human MRI.

3. Candidates must be in possession of, at least, a Second Class Honours degree in one of the following areas: Electrical & Electronic Engineering, ICT, Physics, Mathematics, and any related areas. The ideal candidate should have a background in signal processing; an interest in biomedical signal processing and have experience with electronic platforms such as Raspberry Pi or others.

4. Interested individuals should send an email with an expression of interest, a copy of their CV and a degree transcript record to Dr Owen Falzon (owen.falzon@um.edu.mt) by the 18th of August 2014. 

 

 


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Notices
Funding Award for BrainApp

CBC awarded research funding under the FUSION Technology Development Programme (TDP) 2017

New peer-reviewed journal article

CBC publishes in Biomedical Physics & Engineering Express

CBC attends EMBC 2017

Three Papers Accepted for Presentation at the Annual Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBC 2017)

Research at UoM: Brain Computer Interface

Communicating using brain signals

 
 
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