Monday 19 February 2024, 3.00 pm CET
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The field of info-bionics integrates computer science, electronics, and biotechnology. The goal of our interdisciplinary Master's program in Info-Bionics is to enhance students' complex modeling competencies and develop proficiency in operating and designing tools. A deep understanding of biological processes and measurements strengthens the development of engineering solutions, devices, computational algorithms, and models used in biological systems.
Practice-Oriented Education, Broad and Marketable Knowledge
In the Bionic Interfaces specialization, we focus on the tools necessary for human-machine interaction. Specialized knowledge is essential to understand how to connect to the human body in various ways, transmit control signals from there, or feedback sensory information. These capabilities offer opportunities to replace limb prosthetics or restore lost sensory or motor functions. The acquired knowledge provides valuable insights for medical rehabilitation sensor robotic devices, improvement in performance measurement for athletes, and the exploration of new and innovative possibilities related to computer communication.
Lecturer and researcher in molecular chemistry and biomicrofluidics, Head of the Biomicrofluidics Laboratory, Head of Program for the Info-Bionics Engineering MSc, and former Dean of Pázmány ITK.
Lecturer and researcher in electrophysiology, materials science, computer science, neurology, and optical imaging, Head of the Integrative Neuroscience Research Group at Pázmány ITK, Doctor of Sciences (DSc).
Széchenyi Prize-winning neurologist, President of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, and Head of the Theoretical Neuroscience Research Group at Pázmány ITK.
Biomedical engineer, lecturer, and researcher in systems biology and bioinformatics, Head of the Systems Biology of Molecular and Cellular Networks Research Group, and Deputy Dean for Research and Innovation at Pázmány ITK.