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ERMSBE Research Project and Conference

Ethics, Research Methods, and Standards for Biomedical Engineers (ERMSBE) Project was designed to teach biomedical engineers, the way research is performed at a graduate level where the students become researchers and work in groups in an attempt to prove a hypothesis. They are required to initially write a proposal explaining their research topic and the…

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Heart Rate Monitor Design Project

This project required me to design and implement a circuit that would display the Electrocardiogram (ECG) and the heart-rate of an individual’s heart on a screen using some electronic chips such as an operational and instrumentation amplifier, isolation chip and some simple electronic components such as resistors, capacitors and batteries. To attain the Raw ECG…

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Tug of War (TOW) Competition on FPGA board

Field Programable Gate Array (FPGA) Competition involved developing the Tug of War (TOW) game on an electronic level using LED’s and switches. In order to do this, we were required to program in Hardware Description Language (HDL) in a software called Verilog and upload it onto a FPGA board. For the purposes of this project,…

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Research Project on Heat Recovery Unit

This course was designed to teach engineers proper communication with a non-engineering audience both verbally and in a written form. This is a significant subject for engineers as they need to be able to convey their information to the media without giving away too much technical information, when practicing the profession of engineering. In this project,…

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Reverse Engineering Project

This project involved combining two simple objects to design a new object that would still perform the functions of the original two objects. The purpose of this project was to challenge our 3D imagination skills to make an orthogonal picture of the combined object using the IntelliCad software and then to further apply out 3D…

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