Intended learning outcomes *
This course is offered at the end of the master programme in Medical Engineering
As an engineer you need to be able to integrate skills and knowledge from different courses within this programme. It is also expected from you to be able to construct a product or prototype from a given, not completely finished, specification of requirement, both as participant and as a project manager. To manage this you will also need to acquire new information and knowledge, which is a life-long process.
The aim of this course is to give you skills to participate in and conduct a practical design project.
This means that you should be able to integrate and deepen your knowledge from earlier or parallel going courses in a complex problem.
Since the task will be chosen from the area of medical engineering you might need to apply your medical knowledge.
The result of this course will be a prototype which fulfils certain requirements and a correct report describing the product and the process of the project as well as an oral presentation.
After passing the course the student should be able to:
•Participate in and conduct project groups with similar problems
•Show an analytic ability by dividing a larger problem into smaller sub problems
•Show the ability to use relevant prerequisites to solve the task
•Show ability to independently search or ask for relevant information to solve the task
o Interpret data sheets and technical manuals
o Use resource persons to acquire searched
•Orally present a technical product and discuss the work
•Be able to produce a well disposed technical report with good linguistic and scientific quality
•Show the ability to review your own and others work
For higher grades it is also required that the student
•Can suggest several alternative solutions to a given problem and chose the best one from certain criteria
•Can make assumptions of performance or inaccuracy in the constructed prototype
•Can suggest improvements of the presented construction that could be implemented in a later version
- Have shown a large degree of independence