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1 Module Description Master of Science in Biomedical Technologies (07_10_2013) Generated by the AG Biomedical Technologies Dean of student affairs Biomedical Technologies: Prof. Dr. H. P. Rodemann 1

2 The program for Biomedical Technologies with Specialization in Implantology, Nanoanalytics/Interfaces and Bioimaging consists of the following modules: Module No. Module Name ECTS Mandatory courses AM1 Biomedical Technologies in Diagnostic and Therapy I and II 6 AM2 Laboratory Techniques and Medical Device Approvals I and II 6 AM3 Clinical cases and Consequences for Medical Devices I and II 6 Specialization areas (2 out of 3 specializations Implantology, Bioimaging and Nanoanalytics/Interfaces including for each specialization Lecture, Seminar, Labwork and Practical work experience (30 ECTS in total) have to be chosen). Practical work experience and master thesis can also be completed in industry or abroad. AS4 Bioimaging 15 AS4.1 Bioimaging Lecture and Seminar 6 AS4.2 Bioimaging Labwork 9 AS5 Bioimaging Practical work experience 15 AS6 Nanoanalytics/Interfaces I 15 AS6.1 Nanoanalytics/Interfaces I Lecture and Seminar 6 AS6.2 Nanoanalytics/Interfaces I Labwork 9 AS7 Implantology 15 AS7.1 Implantology Lecture and Seminar 6 AS7.2 Implantology Labwork 9 AS8 Implantology Practical work experience 15 AS9 Nanoanalytics/Interfaces II 15 AS9.1 Nanoanalytics/Interfaces II Lecture and Seminar 6 AS9.2 Nanoanalytics/Interfaces II Labwork 9 AS10 Nanoanalytics/Interfaces Practical work experience 15 Elective courses (Lectures and Seminars comprising 12 ECTS in total have to be chosen: either from another specialization area, from the Master program Medical Radiation Sciences or from the Master program Medical engineering at the University of Stuttgart.) AS4.1 Bioimaging Lecture and Seminar 6 2

3 AS6.1 Nanoanalytics/Interfaces I Lecture and Seminar 6 AS7.1 Implantology Lecture and Seminar 6 AS9.1 Nanoanalytics/Interfaces II Lecture and Seminar 6 Modules University of Stuttgart AE Aktorik in der Gerätetechnik 6 AE Technologien der medizinischen Bildgebung und Labordiagnostik AE Interface-Design 6 AE Grundlagen der Keramik und Verbundwerkstoffe 6 AE Nanotechnologie I - Chemie und Physik der Nanomaterialien 3 AE Nanotechnologie II - Technische Prozesse und Anwendungen AE Optische Systeme in der Medizintechnik 6 Medizinische Strahlenwissenschaften/Medical Radiation Sciences BM3.1 Bestrahlungsplanung - Vorlesung 3 BM5.1 Physik und Technologie der medizinischen Strahlenanwendung - Vorlesung BM6.1 Dosimetrie für Medizinphysiker - Vorlesung 2 BM8 Biostatistik BM12.1 Nuklearmedizin, diagnostische und interventionelle Radiologie, Strahlentherapie - Vorlesung 3 BM 15 NanoBioPhysics and scanning probe microscopy 3 BM16 Intelligent Implants 3 AMT12 Master Thesis 30 3

4 module number: AM1 (Veranstaltungsnummer wird zugeteilt) credit points work load - contact hours (SWS) - self study duration of the module title of the module: Biomedical Technologies in Diagnostic and Therapy I and II 6 CP Total: 180 h contact hours: 60 h (2 SWS per semester) self study (preparation for exams included): 120 h 2 semesters nature of the module: compulsory time schedule (winter/summer term) language (English/German) maximum/minimum number of participants module structure /teaching methods contents objectives Requirements for credit points / exams and grading scheme (where appropriate, weighting) The module is offered once per year starting with lecture I in the winter term. English Maximum: 60 Minimum: 5 lecture (4 SWS) Thematic focus: Heart-lung machine, artifical respiration, anaesthetic technique, computerassisted surgery, electromedical technique, electronic implants, rehabilitation technology, biocompatible prosthesis, biomedical laser applications The course provides important and up-to-date knowledge of different biomedical technologies. After completion of this module, students will be able to understand the state-of-the-art technologies, modern methodologies and open questions in selected fields of biomedical technologies. course exam Grading scheme weighting Biomedical Technologies in Diagnostic and Therapy I Written exam ECTS Biomedical Technologies in Diagnostic and Therapy II Written exam ECTS applicability recommended semester participation requirements person responsible for the module teaching staff M.Sc. in Biomedical Technologies (mandatory course) and M.Sc. in Medizinische Strahlenwissenschaften/Medical Radiation Sciences (elective course) 1 st and 2 nd semester B.Sc. degree Mittnacht, Ursula, Dr. rer. nat. Reinert, Siegmar, Prof., Dr. med. Dr. med. dent. 4

5 Enderle, Markus, Prof., Dr. med. Königsrainer, Alfred, Prof., Dr. med. Schenke-Layland, Katja, Prof., Dr. rer. nat. Claussen, Claus, Prof., Dr. med. Zips, Daniel, Prof., Dr. med. Tatagiba, Marcos, Prof., Dr. med. Gharabaghi, Alireza, Prof., Dr. med Wendel, Hans-Peter, Prof., Dr. rer. nat. Rosenberger, Peter, Prof., Dr. med. Kluba, Torsten, Prof., Dr. med. Stöckle, Ulrich, Prof., Dr. med Schaller, Hans-Eberhard, Prof., Dr. med. Gellermann, Johanna, PD, Dr. med. Gall, Christian, Dr. med. literature / teaching materials Texts and books will be announced at the beginning of term. 5

6 module number: AM2 (Veranstaltungsnummer wird zugeteilt) credit points work load - contact hours (SWS) - self study duration of the module title of the module: Laboratory Techniques and Medical Device Approvals I and II 6 CP Total: 180 h contact hours: 60 h (2 SWS per semester) self study (preparation for exams included): 120 h 2 semesters nature of the module: compulsory time schedule (winter/summer term) language (English/German) maximum/minimum number of participants module structure /teaching methods contents objectives Requirements for credit points / exams and grading scheme (where appropriate, weighting) The module is offered once per year starting with lecture I in the winter term. English Maximum: 60 Minimum: 5 lecture (4 SWS) Thematic focus: o o o Molecular biology, cell culture, DNA, RNA and protein isolation, molecular interactions, surface refinement, opt. spectroscopy, microsystems engineering, lab-on-a-chip, live cell imaging, FACS, electron microscopy research methodologies, experimental design regulatory affairs and patents The course provides important and up-to-date knowledge of different laboratory techniques and medical device approvals in biomedical technologies. After completion of this module, students will be able to understand the state-of-the-art technologies, modern methodologies and open questions in selected fields of regulatory affairs. course exam Grading scheme weighting Laboratory Techniques and Medical Device Approvals I Written exam ECTS Laboratory Techniques and Medical Device Approvals II Written exam ECTS applicability recommended semester participation requirements M.Sc. in Biomedical Technologies (mandatory course) and M.Sc. in Medizinische Strahlenwissenschaften/Medical Radiation Sciences (elective course) 1 st and 2 nd semester B.Sc. degree 6

7 person responsible for the module teaching staff literature / teaching materials Votteler, Miriam, Dr. rer. nat. Enderle, Markus, Prof., Dr. med. Hagg, Martin, Dipl.-Ing. Schenke-Layland, Katja, Prof., Dr. rer. Nat. Wendel, Hans-Peter, Prof., Dr. rer. nat. Gellermann, Johanna, PD, Dr. med. Vaegler, Martin, Dr. rer. nat. Votteler, Miriam, Dr. rer. nat. Texts and books will be announced at the beginning of term. 7

8 module number: AM3 (Veranstaltungsnummer wird zugeteilt) credit points work load - contact hours (SWS) - self study duration of the module title of the module: Clinical cases and Consequences for Medical Devices I and II 6 CP Total: 180 h contact hours: 60 h (2 SWS per semester) self study (preparation for exams included): 120 h 2 semesters nature of the module: compulsory time schedule (winter/summer term) language (English/German) maximum/minimum number of participants module structure /teaching methods contents The module is offered once per year starting with lecture I in the winter term. English Maximum: 60 Minimum: 5 lecture (4 SWS) Thematic focus: One important clinical case (patient) / lecture + necessary therapy, e.g. necessary medical device + consequences for the medical device objectives Requirements for credit points / exams and grading scheme (where appropriate, weighting) The course provides important and up-to-date knowledge of different clinical cases, the medical indications and the application of medical devices. After completion of this module, students will be able to understand the most important clinical cases and evaluate the consequences, limitations and chances for medical devices. course exam Grading scheme weighting Clinical Cases and Consequences for Medical Devices I Written exam ECTS Clinical Cases and Consequences for Medical Devices II Written exam ECTS applicability recommended semester participation requirements person responsible for the module teaching staff M.Sc. in Biomedical Technologies (mandatory course) and M.Sc. in Medizinische Strahlenwissenschaften/Medical Radiation Sciences (elective course) 1 st and 2 nd semester B.Sc. degree Kirschniak, Andreas, Dr. med. Kirschniak, Andreas, Dr. med. 8

9 literature / teaching materials Enderle, Markus, Prof., Dr. med. N.N. Texts and books will be announced at the beginning of term. 9

10 module number: AS4.1 (Veranstaltungsnummer wird zugeteilt) credit points work load - contact hours (SWS) - self study duration of the module title of the module: Bioimaging Lecture and Seminar 6 CP Total: 180 h contact hours: 60 h self study (preparation for exams included): 120 h 1 semester nature of the module: specialization time schedule (winter/summer term) language (English/German) maximum/minimum number of participants module structure /teaching methods contents objectives Requirements for credit points / exams and grading scheme (where appropriate, weighting) applicability The module is offered once per year in the winter term as block course English Lecture: max.: 50 Seminar: max.: 20 lecture and seminar (4 SWS) Thematic focus: - Basics of imaging techniques - Clinical Application of imaging techniques - Interventional radiology - Clinical operation of CT, PET, MRI, X-Ray and US - Physics and Techniques in nuclear medicine: introduction to the equipment, reconstruction processes - MRI-Techniques for imaging and spectroscopy - Imaging techniques in the preclinical laboratory (MRI, OI, PET, SPECT/CT) - PET-Detectorphysics - Tracer production and Tracer development Students - get functional and methodical based competences of the basics in molecular imaging - get theoretical knowledge about the function and construction of the scanners used in preclinical and clinical imaging - learn about preparation of patients and rodents before the measurements - gain insights into the image analysis tools in preclinical and clinical implementation - learn about detector physics and instrumentation course exam Grading scheme weighting Lecture and Seminar Written exam (approx. 90 min) ECTS M.Sc. in Biomedical Technologies (specialization and elective course) and M.Sc. in Medizinische Strahlenwissenschaften/Medical Radiation Sciences (elective course) and elective course for students of M.Sc. Medical Engineering Univ. of Stuttgart), required for modules AS4.2 and AS5 recommended 1 st semester 10

11 semester participation requirements person responsible for the module teaching staff literature / teaching materials B.Sc. degree Pichler, Bernd, Prof., Dr. rer. nat. Pichler, Bernd, Prof., Dr. rer. nat. Schick, Fritz, Prof., Dr. med. Dr. rer. nat. Scheffler, Klaus, Prof., Dr. phil. Bares, Roland, Prof., Dr. med. Claussen, Claus, Prof., Dr. med. Ernemann, Ulrike, Prof., Dr. med. Honndorf, Valerie, Dr. rer. nat. Schmidt, Holger, PD Dr. rer. nat. Wiesinger, Benjamin, Dr. med. Angelovski, Goran, Dr. rer. nat. Reischl, Gerald, Dr. rer. nat. Machann, Jürgen, Dr. sc. hum. Pohmann, Rolf, Dr. rer. nat. Klose, Uwe Prof., Dr. rer. nat. etc. Texts and books will be announced at the beginning of term. 11

12 module number: AS4.2 (Veranstaltungsnummer wird zugeteilt) credit points work load - contact hours (SWS) - self study duration of the module title of the module: Bioimaging Labwork 9 CP Total: 270 h contact hours: 90 h self study (preparation for exams included): 180 h 1 semester nature of the module: specialization time schedule (winter/summer term) language (English/German) maximum/minimum number of participants module structure /teaching methods contents objectives Requirements for credit points / exams and grading scheme (where appropriate, weighting) applicability recommended semester participation The module is offered once per year in the winter term as block course. English Maximum: 16 Minimum: 3 Practical Training and Seminar (6 SWS) Thematic focus: - Clinical application of PET and MRI, the tracer difficulty - Clinical application of CT and US, examples and equipment calibration - Physics and technologies used in the nuclear medicine: Gamma cameras and image analysis methods - Image acquisition methods in preclinical imaging (MRI, OI, PET, SPECT/CT): basic experimental design and scanning of rodents - PET detector physics: Detectors and data reconstruction Students - gain functional and practical competences of the application of the imaging methods - are part of practical demonstrations in preclinical imaging including hands-on experiences - learn animal handling procedures in preclinical imaging according to the animal protection laws - gain practical competences in detector physics - learn the analysis of images in clinical and preclinical studies - gain competences to work on the clinical setup of the scanners course exam Grading scheme weighting Practical Training and Seminar Experimental protocol about one topic of the practical training ECTS M.Sc. in Biomedical Technologies (specialization course), required for module AS5 1 st semester B.Sc. degree and successful completion of module AS4.1 12

13 requirements person responsible for the module teaching staff literature / teaching materials Pichler, Bernd, Prof., Dr. rer. Nat. Pichler, Bernd, Prof., Dr. rer. nat. Schick, Fritz, Prof., Dr. med. Dr. rer. nat. Scheffler, Klaus, Prof., Dr. phil. Bares, Roland, Prof., Dr. med. Claussen, Claus, Prof., Dr. med. Ernemann, Ulrike, Prof., Dr. med. Honndorf, Valerie, Dr. rer. nat. Schmidt, Holger, PD, Dr. rer. nat. Wiesinger, Benjamin, Dr. med. Angelovski, Goran, Dr. rer. nat Reischl, Gerald, Dr. rer. nat. Machann, Jürgen, Dr. sc. hum. Pohmann, Rolf, Dr. rer. nat. Klose, Uwe Prof., Dr. rer. nat. etc. Texts and books will be announced at the beginning of term. 13

14 module number: AS5 (Veranstaltungsnummer wird zugeteilt) credit points work load - contact hours (SWS) - self study title of the module: Bioimaging Practical work experience 15 CP Total: 450 h contact hours: 300 h self study (preparation for exams included): 150 h nature of the module: specialization duration of the module time schedule (winter/summer term) language (English/German) maximum/minimum number of participants module structure /teaching methods contents objectives Requirements for credit points / exams and grading scheme (where appropriate, weighting) applicability recommended semester participation requirements person responsible for the module teaching staff 1 semester, min. 6 weeks full-time and max. 10 weeks full-time The module is offered once per year in the winter term as block course english Maximum: 8 Minimum: 1 Practical Training The Labwork contains a special topic which the student has to work on in theory and practice under the supervision of a scientist or medical doctor. The aim of the labwork is that the student develops his research skills to an independent level. After the student has learned the skills for setting up experiments and analysing the data the student should work on his own under the supervision of the scientist/medical doctor in charge. Based on this research the student should finish his/her project and write a protocol as well as give a talk. The idea of the labwork is to give the student the best preparation he/she can get for his/her master s thesis as well as to provide the student a deeper insight into the bioimaging field. course exam Grading scheme weighting Practical Training Oral presentation (ca. 20 min) and protocol ECTS M.Sc. in Biomedical Technologies (specialization course), recommended for master s thesis in bioimaging 3rd semester B.Sc. degree, passed semester 1 and 2, and successful completion of module AS4.1 and AS4.2 Pichler, Bernd, Prof., Dr. rer. nat. Pichler, Bernd, Prof., Dr. rer. nat. Schick, Fritz, Prof., Dr. med. Dr. rer. nat. Scheffler, Klaus, Prof., Dr. phil. Bares, Roland, Prof., Dr. med. Claussen, Claus, Prof., Dr. med. Ernemann, Ulrike, Prof., Dr. med. Honndorf, Valerie, Dr. rer. nat.

15 Schmidt, Holger, PD, Dr. rer. nat. Wiesinger, Benjamin, Dr. med. Angelovski, Goran, Dr. rer. nat Reischl, Gerald, Dr. rer. nat. Machann, Jürgen, Dr. sc. hum. Pohmann, Rolf, Dr. rer. nat. Klose, Uwe Prof., Dr. rer. nat. etc. literature / teaching materials Texts and books will be announced at the beginning of term. 15

16 module number: AS6.1 (Veranstaltungsnummer wird zugeteilt) credit points work load - contact hours (SWS) - self study duration of the module title of the module: Nanoanalytics/Interfaces I Lecture and Seminar 6 CP Total: 180 h contact hours: 60 h self study (preparation for exams included): 120 h 1 semester nature of the module: specialization time schedule (winter/summer term) language (English/German) maximum/minimum number of participants module structure /teaching methods contents objectives Requirements for credit points / exams and grading scheme (where appropriate, weighting) applicability recommended semester participation requirements person responsible for the module The module is offered once per year in the winter term english Lecture: Maximum: 24; Minimum: 3 Seminar : Maximum: 8; Minimum: 3 Lecture: Technology of Semiconductors (2 SWS) and Seminar: Nanotechnology for Medical Application (2 SWS) Thematic focus: - Processes in semiconductor technology, materials, crystal growth, doping, implantation, MOSFET, SIMOX, thin films, epitaxy, lithography, optical processes, electron beam lithography, pattern transfer. - Discussion of current research topics in the field of nanotechnology for medical applications Students - are familiar with semiconductor technology, production and characterization. - Independently study a scientific research topic and present it in the form of an oral seminar talk. course exam Grading scheme weighting Technology of Semiconductors Nanotechnology for medical Applications Written/oral exam Oral presentation ECTS 3 ECTS M.Sc. in Biomedical Technologies (specialization and elective course) and M.Sc. in Medizinische Strahlenwissenschaften/Medical Radiation Sciences (elective course) and elective course for students of M.Sc. Medical Engineering Univ. of Stuttgart), required for module AS10. For elective courses only the lecture is applicable. 1 st semester B.Sc. degree Schäffer, Tilman, Prof., Dr. rer. nat. 16

17 teaching staff literature / teaching materials Eibl, Oliver, Prof., Dr. rer. nat. Hofmann, Boris, Dr. rer. nat. Kern, Dieter, Prof., Dr. rer. nat. Kirschniak, Andreas, PD, Dr. med. Oettel, Martin, Prof., Dr. rer. nat. Schäffer, Tilman, Prof., Dr. rer. nat. Schreiber, Frank, Prof., Dr. rer. nat. Wharam David Prof., Dr. rer. nat. Literature will be announced at the beginning of term. 17

18 module number: AS6.2 (Veranstaltungsnummer wird zugeteilt) credit points work load - contact hours (SWS) - self study duration of the module title of the module: Nanoanalytics/Interfaces I Labwork 9 CP Total: 270 h contact hours: 90 h self study (preparation for exams included): 180 h 1 semester nature of the module: specialization time schedule (winter/summer term) language (English/German) maximum/minimum number of participants module structure /teaching methods contents objectives Requirements for credit points / exams and grading scheme (where appropriate, weighting) applicability recommended semester participation requirements person responsible for the module The module is offered once per year in the winter term english Maximum: 8 Minimum: 3 Practical Training (6 SWS) Thematic focus: Planning, execution, analysis and discussion of practical experiments: - nanostructuring - semiconductor elements - chip-based sensors - electron microscopy und spectroscopy - scanning probe techniques - infrared spectroscopy - scattering techniques - optical microscopic techniques Students - are familiar with independent practical work with selected experimental methods in nanotechnology for medical applications course exam Grading scheme weighting Practical Training Oral quizzes and/or experimental protocols about different topics of the practical training ECTS M.Sc. in Biomedical Technologies (specialization course), required for module AS10 1 st semester B.Sc. degree Schäffer, Tilman, Prof., Dr. rer. nat. 18

19 teaching staff literature / teaching materials Eibl, Oliver, Prof., Dr. rer. nat. Hofmann, Boris, Dr. rer. nat. Kern, Dieter, Prof., Dr. rer. nat. Kirschniak, Andreas, PD, Dr. med. Oettel, Martin, Prof., Dr. rer. nat. Schäffer, Tilman, Prof., Dr. rer. nat. Schreiber, Frank, Prof., Dr. rer. nat. Wharam David Prof., Dr. rer. nat. Literature will be announced at the beginning of term. 19

20 module number: AS7.1 (Veranstaltungsnummer wird zugeteilt) credit points work load - contact hours (SWS) - self study duration of the module title of the module: Implantology Lecture and Seminar 6 CP Total: 180 h contact hours: 60 h self study (preparation for exams included): 120 h 1 semester nature of the module: specialization time schedule (winter/summer term) language (English/German) maximum/minimum number of participants module structure /teaching methods contents objectives Requirements for credit points / exams and grading scheme (where appropriate, weighting) applicability recommended semester participation requirements person responsible The module is offered once per year in the summer term as block course English Lecture: max.: 50 Seminar: max.: 20 lectures and seminars (4 SWS) Thematic focus: - Vital implants: Tissue engineering, cell biology, biomaterials, reactor technology - Avital implants: Interface between tissue and man-made materials, signal acquisition and processing, biostability, biocompatibility, operational procedures, design and use in clinical trials Students - Vital implants: Detailed knowledge of extracellular matrix components (focus on collagen and elastic fibres), properties of biomaterials, reading and review of current literature, presentation and documentation of own data - Avital implants: An understanding of the coupling and interaction between technical implants and tissue, material and biocompatibility, rejection, knowledge about the transmission of electrical signals and the passivation of surfaces and technical body parts of all kinds, principles of sensory and motor function course exam Grading scheme weighting Lecture and Seminar Written exam (Multiple choice) ECTS M.Sc. in Biomedical Technologies (specialization and elective course) and M.Sc. in Medizinische Strahlenwissenschaften/Medical Radiation Sciences (elective course) and elective course for students of M.Sc. Medical Engineering Univ. of Stuttgart), required for modules AS7.2 and AS8 2 nd semester Successful completion of a Bachelor degree in Medical Technologies, or equivalent Geis-Gerstorfer, Jürgen, Prof., Dr. rer. nat. 20

21 for the module teaching staff literature / teaching materials Schenke-Layland, Katja, Prof., Dr. rer. nat. Stenzl, Arnulf, Prof., Dr. med. Wendel, Hans-Peter, Prof., Dr. rer. nat. Schenk, Martin, PD, Dr. rer. nat. Vaegler, Martin, Dr. rer. nat. Alexander-Friedrich, Dorothea, Dr. rer. nat. Löwenheim, Hubert, Prof., Dr. med. Höntzsch, Dankward, Prof., Dr. med. Gharabaghi, Alireza, Prof., Dr. med. Tatagiba, Marcos, Prof., Dr. med. Bauer, Axel, Prof., Dr. med. Kluba, Torsten, Prof., Dr. med Gall, Christian, Dr. med. Geis-Gerstorfer, Jürgen, Prof., Dr. rer. nat. Birbaumer, Niels, Prof., Dr. phil. Lembert, Nicolas, PD, Dr. rer. nat. Zeck, Günther, Dr. rer. nat. Kurtenbach, Anne, PD, Dr. rer. nat and further lecturers. Texts and books will be announced at the beginning of term. 21

22 module number: AS7.2 (Veranstaltungsnummer wird zugeteilt) credit points work load - contact hours (SWS) - self study duration of the module title of the module: Implantology Labwork 9 CP Total: 270 h contact hours: 90 h self study (preparation for exams included): 180 h 1 semester nature of the module: specialization time schedule (winter/summer term) language (English/German) maximum/minimum number of participants module structure /teaching methods contents objectives Requirements for credit points / exams and grading scheme (where appropriate, weighting) applicability recommended semester participation requirements person responsible for the module teaching staff The module is offered once per year in the summer term English Maximum: 16 Minimum: 3 Practical Training Thematic focus: - Vital implants: Tissue engineering, cell biology, biomaterials, reactor technology - Avital implants: Interface between tissue and man-made materials, signal acquisition and processing, biostability, biocompatibility, operational procedures, design and use in clinical trials Students - Vital implants: Cell and tissue culture techniques, properties of biomaterials, cell and tissue analysis for characterization, bioreactor technology, creating reports - Avital implants: Design and use of electronic implants (e.g. hearing implants, visual implants, brain stimulation) and endoprosthetic construction (e.g. femoral heads) for mechanics and movement, structural substitutes (breast implants, stents), surgical procedures course exam Grading scheme weighting Practical Training Writing of reports ECTS M.Sc. in Biomedical Technologies (specialization course), required for module AS8 2 nd semester Successful completion of a Bachelor degree in medical technologies, or equivalent and successful completion of module AS7.1 Geis-Gerstorfer, Jürgen, Prof., Dr. rer. nat. Schenke-Layland, Katja, Prof., Dr. rer. nat. Stenzl, Arnulf, Prof., Dr. med. Wendel, Hans-Peter, Prof., Dr. rer. nat. Schenk, Martin, Dr. rer. nat 22

23 Vaegler, Martin, Dr. rer. nat. Alexander-Friedrich, Dorothea, Dr. rer. nat. Löwenheim, Hubert, Prof., Dr. med Höntzsch, Dankward, Prof., Dr. med. Gharabaghi, Alireza, Prof., Dr. med. Tatagiba, Marcos, Prof., Dr. med. Bauer, Axel, Prof., Dr. med. Kluba, Torsten, Prof., Dr. med Gall, Christian, Dr. med. Geis-Gerstorfer, Jürgen, Prof., Dr. rer. nat. Birbaumer, Niels, Prof., Dr. phil. Zeck, Günther, Dr. rer. nat. Lembert, Nicolas, Dr. rer. nat. Kurtenbach, Anne, Dr. rer. nat and further lecturers. literature / teaching materials Texts and books will be announced at the beginning of term 23

24 module number: AS8 (Veranstaltungsnummer wird zugeteilt) credit points work load - contact hours (SWS) - self study title of the module: Implantology Practical work experience 15 CP Total: 450 h contact hours: 300 h self study (preparation for exams included): 150 h nature of the module: specialization duration of the module time schedule (winter/summer term) language (English/German) maximum/minimum number of participants module structure /teaching methods contents objectives Requirements for credit points / exams and grading scheme (where appropriate, weighting) applicability recommended semester participation requirements person responsible for the module teaching staff 1 semester, min. 6 weeks full-time and max. 10 weeks full-time The module is offered once per year in the summer and winter term as block course english Maximum: 16 Minimum: 1 Practical Training (10 SWS) Vital implants: Tissue engineering, cell biology, biomaterials, reactor technology Avital implants: Interface between tissue and man-made materials, signal acquisition and processing, biostability, biocompatibility, operational procedures, design and use in clinical trials Vitale implants: Cell and tissue culture techniques, properties of biomaterials, cell and tissue analysis for characterization, bioreactor technology, creating reports Avital implants: Design and use of electronic implants (e.g. hearing implants, visual implants, brain stimulation) and endoprosthetic construction (e.g. femoral heads) for mechanics and movement, structural substitutes (breast implants, stents), surgical procedures course exam Grading scheme weighting Practical Training Writing of reports ECTS M.Sc. in Biomedical Technologies (specialization course), recommended for master s thesis in implantology 3rd semester Successful completion of a Bachelor degree in medical technologies, or equivalent, 2 passed specialization blocks and successful completion of module AS7.1 and AS7.2 Geis-Gerstorfer, Jürgen, Prof., Dr. rer. nat. Schenke-Layland, Katja, Prof., Dr. rer. nat. Stenzl, Arnulf, Prof., Dr. med. Wendel, Hans-Peter, Prof., Dr. rer. nat. Schenk, Martin, Dr. rer. nat Vaegler, Martin, Dr. rer. nat. 24

25 Alexander-Friedrich, Dorothea, Dr. rer. nat. Löwenheim, Hubert, Prof., Dr. med Höntzsch, Dankward, Prof., Dr. med. Gharabaghi, Alireza, Prof., Dr. med. Tatagiba, Marcos, Prof., Dr. med. Bauer, Axel, Prof., Dr. med. Kluba, Torsten, Prof., Dr. med Gall, Christian, Dr. med. Geis-Gerstorfer, Jürgen, Prof., Dr. rer. nat. Birbaumer, Niels, Prof., Dr. phil. Zeck, Günther, Dr. rer. nat. Lembert, Nicolas, PD, Dr. rer. nat. Kurtenbach, Anne, PD, Dr. rer. nat and further lecturers. literature / teaching materials Texts and books will be announced at the beginning of term 25

26 module number: AS9.1 (Veranstaltungsnummer wird zugeteilt) credit points work load - contact hours (SWS) - self study duration of the module title of the module: Nanoanalytics/Interfaces II Lecture and Seminar 6 CP Total: 180 h contact hours: 60 h self study (preparation for exams included): 120 h 1 semester nature of the module: specialization time schedule (winter/summer term) language (English/German) maximum/minimum number of participants module structure /teaching methods contents objectives Requirements for credit points / exams and grading scheme (where appropriate, weighting) applicability recommended semester The module is offered once per year in the summer term english Lecture: Maximum: 24; Minimum: 3 Seminar : Maximum: 8; Minimum: 3 Lecture: Physics of Molecular and Biological Matter (2 SWS) and Seminar: Nanotechnology for Medical Applications (2 SWS) Thematic focus: - Introduction: what are molecular, soft and biological materials, interactions in molecular and biological systems, hydrogen bonding and DNA, van-der-waals forces, water: special properties and function as solvent, ions in solution and Debye length, hydrophobic forces, entropic forces; selected organic and biological materials and their properties; polyerms, DNA, proteins; liquid crystals; surface active molecules; organic thin film systems, lipid films; organic dyes and semiconductors, conductive polymers. - Discussion of current research topics in the field of nanotechnology for medical applications. Students - are familiar with the fundamentals of molecular and biological matter. - study independently a scientific research topic and present it in the form of an oral seminar talk. course exam Grading scheme weighting Physics of molecular and biological Matter Nanotechnology for medical Applications Written/oral exam Oral presentation ECTS 3 ECTS M.Sc. in Biomedical Technologies (specialization and elective course) and M.Sc. in Medizinische Strahlenwissenschaften/Medical Radiation Sciences (elective course) and elective course for students of M.Sc. Medical Engineering Univ. of Stuttgart), required for module AS10. For elective courses only the lecture is applicable. 2 nd semester participation B.Sc. degree 26

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