Biomedical Engineering Senior Design
The Department of Biomedical Engineering
The City College of New York of the City University of New York

Course Directors: Prof. Marom Bikson, Prof. Luis Cardoso, Prof. Maribel Vazquez

Course Files

Fall 2009-Spring 2010 active

Fall 2008-Spring 2009 closed

Fall 2007-Spring 2008 closed

Fall 2006-Spring 2007 closed

Fall 2005 - Spring 2006 closed

 

 

Course materials for Fall 2009-Spring 2010 Cycle

BME Senior Design Fall 2009 Syllabus: For students, Course schedule, saftey/security guidlines, and grading. Milestons and deadlines are subject to change. This document does not necessarily reflect latest deadlines.

CCNY BME Senior Design Course Structure Fall 2009: This key document is intended for potential Senior Design Project Sponsors and Senior Design Students. This document introduces the scope and objective of BME Senior Design, outlines the course structure, defines the criteria for a design project, the responsibilities of a project sponsor and the student team, and provides a sample project (as would be submitted by a project sponsor). Submitted sample project may be found below.

Overview of design process Fall 2009-Sping 2010 : For students, includes overview of design process in context of BME CCNY two-course sequence


Fall 2009 Project Proposals (for 2009-2010 cycle all project information restricted)

Project Sponsors: MSKCC, Dr. Prasad S Adusumilli selected

Project Sponsors: Children's Hospital Bostom, Dr. Alexander Rotenberg selected

 

Fall 2009 Files and links (additional files and links of interest may be found in previous years below):

Lecture slides, case study, and additional materials by Dr. Edward G. Cape, Ph.D ( Managing Partner, The Sapphire Group LLC).

1. Lecture Notes

2. Lecture Notes:Case Study on Healthcare IT

3. Article on "How competitive forces shape strategy by Michael Porter. A “classic” paper in the “competition and strategy” area of business and economic research, which describes a very simplified but still widely used framework to consider the competing forces acting on a company at any given time.

3. Overview of HCIT in the strategic/political landscape

Article on the Principles for allocation of scarce medical interventions

 

 

Course materials for Fall 2008-Spring 2009 Cycle

BME Senior Design Fall 2008-Spring 2009 Syllabus: For students, Course schedule, safety/security guidelines, and grading. Milestones and deadlines are subject to change. This document does not necessarily reflect latest deadlines.

CCNY BME Senior Design Course Structure Fall 2008 : This key document is intended for potential Senior Design Project Sponsors and Senior Design Students. This document introduces the scope and objective of BME Senior Design, outlines the course structure, defines the criteria for a design project, the responsibilities of a project sponsor and the student team, and provides a sample project (as would be submitted by a project sponsor). Submitted sample project may be found below.

Overview of design process Fall 2008-Sping 2009 : For students, includes overview of design process in context of BME CCNY two-course sequence


Fall 2008 Main Project - Sponsor proposal (protected)

List top three (e.g. "You Name. 1-MSKCC, 2-Boston Scientific, 3-Maryland") due to bikson@ccny.cuny.edu by 5 PM Oct 14th. Dr. Bikson will be available Oct 13-14th to address questions. Team selection Oct 16th.

MSKCC 2008 Concept Project Sponsors: Prasad S Adusumilli, Nabil P Rizk. Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, Surgery. MSKCC 2008 Proposal selected

NASA 2008 Project Sponsor: NASA ESMD Project KSC2-11-SD, Kennedy Space Center (KSC) - Ground Operations selected

Boston Scientific 2008 Project Sponsors : Jeffrey S. Garanich, Mark C. Lavigne, and Michael J. Eppihimer Cell Biology Group, Boston Scientific Corporation, Natick, MA selected

Maryland 2008 Project Sponsor : Teodor T. Postolache, Mood and Anxiety Program (MAP), Department of Psychiatry, University of Maryland School of Medicine

 

Fall 2008 Files (Lecturer Presentations):

Prof. Cardoso on Prior Art Prof. Luis Cardoso introduces the design process and prior art.

Nitin Virmalwar on IP Nitin Virmalwar (CUNY Technology Commercialization Office) intoroduces basis concepts in intellectual property.

 

Fall 2008 Links of interest:

Furthers links from Vanberbilts BME Design Page

 

 

Course materials for Fall 2007-Spring 2008 Cycle

 

BME Senior Design Main Project Proposals (Fall 2007-Spring 2008)

For confidentiality issues, specific Fall 2007 Project Proposals/Reports are available to CCNY BME students only in hardcopy and on site. Proposals may be signed out from Pat Cupid.

Only a portion of the projects are listed.

Project 1 Sponsor: NASA: Portable Biomonitor selected Portable ECG Biomonitor Final Presentation Portable ECG Biomonitor Final Report

Project 2: Sponsor: NASA: Bone/Muscle Stimulator selected NASA portable stimulator Final Presentation NASA stim Final Report

Project 3: Sponsor: Stryker Corp. (Gautam Svrivini) selected Project title and materrial confidential, availabe to specific CCNY BME students upon request

Project 4: Sponsor Harmony Dental Group (Dr. Daniel Faber): Baby Diaper Monitor selected Baby Diaper Monitor Sponsor Proposal Baby Diaper Wetness Detector and Inidicator Final Presentation Baby Diaper Final Report

Project 5: Sponsor: Albert Einstein College of Medicie (Kelvin Davies): Gene therapy biosensor

Project 6: Sponsor: Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center (Gene DiResta, PhD): Bone holder for treating flat allograft bone

Project 7: Sponsor: Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center (Prasad S. Adusumilli MD, Nabil Rizk MD): Wireless Pulse Oximetry selected Project materiial confidential, availabe to specific CCNY BME students upon request

Project 8: Sponsor: Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center (Prasad S. Adusumilli MD, Bernard Park MD): Self-sealing chest tube dressing

Project 9: Sponsor: City College of New York Department of Biomedical Engineering (Steve Cowin and Sheldon Weinbaum) Bone porosity test

 

BME Senior Design Mini Project Fall 2007

Fall 2007 ECG Mini-Project Proposal

Group Reports

Group 4 ECG Mini Project Report

 

 

 

Course materials for Fall 2006-Spring 2007 Cycle

Passwords for protected files can be obtaind from the course directors

BME Senior Design Fall 2006-Spring 2007 Syllabus: For students, Course schedule, saftey/security guidlines, and grading. Milestons and deadlines are subject to change. This document does not necessarily reflect latest deadlines.

CCNY BME Senior Design Course Structure: This key document is intended for potential Senior Design Project Sponsors and Senior Design Students. This document introduces the scope and objective of BME Senior Design, outlines the course structure, defines the criteria for a design project, the responsibilities of a project sponsor and the student team, and provides a sample project (as would be submitted by a project sponsor). Submitted sample project may be found below.

Overview of design process : For students, includes overview of design process in context of BME CCNY two-course sequence

Fall 2006 Mini-Project Specifications : Portable ECG monitoring device

BME Senior Design Mini-Project Reports

 

BME Senior Design Main Project Proposals (Fall 2006)

For confidentiality issues, Fall 2006 Project Proposals are available to students only in hardcopy. Proposals may be signed out from Pat Cupid.

Project 1 Sponsor: Boston Scientific (Jon McIntyre) selected

Project 2: Sponsor: Boston Scientific (Jon McIntyre)

Project 3: Sponsor: Boston Scientific (Jon McIntyre)

Project 4: Sponsor Zargis Medical Corp. (Raymond Watrous)

Project 5: Sponsor: Albert Einstein College of Medicie (Kelvin Davies)

Project 6: Sponsor: Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center (Gene DiResta) selected

Project 7: Sponsor: Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center (George Bohle)

Project 8: Sponsor: Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center (Assen Kirov)

Project 9: Sponsor: NYU/Hospital for Joint Diseases (Peter S Walker)

 

 

The following material is for the Fall 2005-Spring 2006 Senior Design Course ONLY

Passwords for protected files can be obtained from the course directors.

BME Senior Design 2005 Syllabus Also includes class schedule, grading, and safety, cleanliness, and security protocols.

Course Overview and Structure Includes criteria for main project acceptance and student responsibilities.

Senior Design Process A general overview of the design process as it applies to BME Senior Design

Min-Project Definition and Support Materials : Fall 2005

Fall 2005 Min-Project - Project Proposal Justification, timeline, and basic approach to ECG design project.

Electronic Components This includes a brief introduction to symbols used to identify electronic components

Biopotential Amplifiers Handout Includes description of single ended amplifiers and instrumentation amplifiers

Frequency response Describes frequency response of biopotential amplifier circuits (filters)

How to measure the CMR and input resistance

How to test and calibrate an instrumentation amplifier

BME Senior Design Main Project Proposals (new files added until October 21, 2005).

Project 1 Sponsor: HSS Doty selected

Project 2: Sponsor CCNY Tarbell

Project 3. Sponsor Columbia Jan selected

Project 4. Sponsor CCNY Bikson

Project 5: Sponsor CCNY Cardoso selected

Project 6: Sponsor CCNY Cardoso

Project 7: TASER Corp. Pending

Fall 2005 - Specifications Presentations

Design of Neonatal Monitor for Prevention of SIDS (Cardoso) Specifications Presentation PowerPoint

Design of Mechanical Testing Device for ESEM (Doty, Hospital for Special Surgery) Specifications PresentationPowerPoint

Design of Percutaneous Closure of Patent Foramen Ovale (Jan, Columbia University Medical Center Specification Presentation PowerPoint