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development and improvement of a biomedical simulator for training fellows and expert physicians in the electrophysiology techniques.

azienda Thesis in external company    


Reference persons EDOARDO PATTI

External reference persons Leonardo Napoli (info@boscoelettronica.com)

Research Groups DAUIN - GR-06 - ELECTRONIC DESIGN AUTOMATION - EDA, ELECTRONIC DESIGN AUTOMATION - EDA, Energy Center Lab, GR-06 - ELECTRONIC DESIGN AUTOMATION - EDA

Thesis type RESEARCH, RESEARCH / EXPERIMENTAL

Description Bosco Elettronica is a company in Torino that is developing a novel biomedical simulator. The simulator is able to reproduce a human body condition and allows the fellows and the trainers to perform real-life exercise on a 3D printed anatomy by reproducing:

- Anatomical structures
- Tactile feedback on human tissues
- Basic ECG signals and related position in the environment

During the thesis, the student will design and develop novel hardware/software functionalities to improve and enhance the simulator according to new requirements. The student will work in a team. The projects is under development and constantly updated, contact us for more details.

Required skills:
- Design and test PCB boards for biomedical applications
- Design, develop and test firmware for embedded systems in biomedical applications
- Understand new technical requirements, discussing and proposing possible solutions
- Maintenance and continuous improvement of existing and new products.

Desirable skills:
- Basic anatomy knowledge of the human body
- 3D printing knowledge is a plus
- 3D modelling of STL file is an appreciated skill

Participate to a full product development cycle contributing to one or more tasks related to sensor device selection and characterization

Required skills -Good knowledge in software development: Python, C, C++, Linux
-Versioning tools: Github
-Digital communication protocols: UART, SPI, I2C
-Competence in writing documentation, technical specifications, algorithms, and procedures regarding product development and validation
-Background in signal processing and ADC/DAC interfaces
-Usage of laboratory equipment (soldering station, oscilloscopes, multi-meters, etc.)


Deadline 15/02/2023      PROPONI LA TUA CANDIDATURA




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