MSc thesis project proposal

Unobtrusive monitoring of internal bleeding

Internal bleeding is a common, hard to diagnose clinical problem, which affects post-operative patients and victims of blunt abdominal trauma. It is a major cause of morbidity and avoidable mortality. The aim is advance a novel approach developed in-house for the unobtrusive monitoring of internal bleeding. Your responsibilities will be to conduct experiments with a custom-built experimental setup using different sensing modalities (including accelerometers and piezo pressure sensors), processing the acquired signal and to develop a computer model to simulate the physical measurement principle.

Requirements

- A master’s student in Electrical Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, Applied Physics or related discipline.
- Good background in biomedical signal processing and interest in conducting biomedical experiments. Background in computer modeling is also desirable.
- Ability to conduct a literature review and excellent written and communication skills are essential.
- Willingness to study essential physiology.

Starting date: As soon as possible from June 2018 onwards. After selection, it takes approximately four weeks and eight weeks respectively for administrative processing of Dutch and international students respectively.

Contact

prof.dr. Paddy French

Bioelectronics Group

Department of Microelectronics

Last modified: 2018-04-30