• Current Design Documentation

    My plan is to put current documents related to MSOE's BE Design process here. I'll start with the DHR requirements.
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  • Low Resource Medical Devices

    One of the major challenges in biomedical engineering is how to deliver the benefits of modern medical understanding to people in developing nations. Here are some really cool ideas: WHO | Compendium of innovative hea...
    Charles Tritt
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  • BE Technical and Professional Elective Lists

    This document lists pre-approved BE program elective courses. If you want to take a course as an elective that is not on the list, contact the BE Program Director (Dr. Tritt).
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  • What We Teach

    This list of rules mirrors what we teach in MSOE's BE design sequence courses: http://www.qmed.com/mpmn/medtechpulse/10-rules-designing-great-medical-devices. It is nice to have some external validation of our ideas.
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  • Stakeholder Survey Result

    Our program is conducting a “stakeholder” survey to help us set curricular priorities. So far, nearly all (97%) of the respondents have been program alumni. This graphic lists the most common words in the ...
    Charles Tritt
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  • Senior Presentations - Friday, May 23

    The 2014 MSOE BE Senior Presentations will take place on Friday, May 23 from 8:30 to 10:30 am in the Grohmann Auditorium.  The “auditorium” is a large classroom like room on the first floor of the Gro...
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  • Medical Device Cyber Security

    Medical device cyber security is currently big issue in the medical device industry. Here is a short news story on the topic with some interesting links: http://www.qmed.com/news/fbi-warns-medical-device-hacking-risk....
    Charles Tritt
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  • Low Cost Prosthetic Hands

    Many students become interested in biomedical engineering by way of prostheses. Creating prostheses is only a small part of what biomedical engineers do, but I think is appealing because the need is obvious and the de...
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  • Throwback Thursday- Slide Rule

    Our archives includes equipment and apparatuses that have been used in courses to help students learn.  One of our favorite items is a giant slide rule.  Slide rules were frequently used for science and engi...
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  • Concinnity 14 (science fiction, gaming, and anime convention)

    4/5/14 10:00 AM
    CONCINNITY XIV / KAPPA KON (science-fiction, gaming, and anime convention) Milwaukee School of Engineering Student Life and Campus Center building – 3rd Floor (1025 North Broadway, Milwaukee, WI 53202 ...
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  • Poor Instructions Result in Deaths

    Here is a link to an article describing how four LVAD patients have died due to poor device instructions: http://www.qmed.com/news/thoratec-warns-hospitals-after-lvad-patients-deaths?cid=nl.qmed02. These incidents emp...
    Charles Tritt
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  • MSOE BE Program to Receive Free Intel Galileo Development Boards

    I just received notification that our program will be getting 5 Intel Galileo development boards (http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/do-it-yourself/galileo-maker-quark-board.html). These boards combine Arduino fun...
    Charles Tritt
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  • Fortune and Fame for Design Teams

    Congratulations to two Class of 2015 design teams for placing in MSOE's business plan competition. Team gluocChem finished 2nd and will receive $1,500 and Team Neonate finished 4th and will receive $500.
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  • Junior Teams Business Plan Finalists

    Congratulation to BE design teams 15-1 (Novel Glucose Monitor) and 15-2 (Neonate Cardiopulmonary Bypass Simulator) for being selected as finalists in this year’s MSOE Business Plan Competition. Good job and good...
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  • Prototype Suppliers – Materials, Components & Equipment Sources

    I created this document for my biomedical engineering design teams, but believe it will likely be of interest to others working on student and non-student projects. Note that the Hub version number does not necessaril...
    Charles Tritt
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  • Glucose Monitoring Contact Lens

    This has the potential, really the likelihood, to be the medical breakthrough of the decade: http://www.usatoday.com/story/tech/2014/01/16/google-smart-contact-lens/4540727/?csp=fbfanpage. Continuous glucose monitorin...
    Charles Tritt
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  • Celebration of the Day:  Three King's Day

    Did you know that according to mostly Spanish, Latin American and Caribbean traditions, the Holiday Season continues until January 6th? THREE KING'S DAY CELEBRATION          Bet You Did No...
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  • Class of 2015 Junior Presentations to be Webcast

    We plan to webcast the Class of 2015 MSOE biomedical engineering junior design project presentations live from 5:00 to 7:30 pm CST (GMT -6) on Thursday, December 12, 2013. See them at: http://www.ustream.tv/channel/ms...
    Charles Tritt
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  • FDA CDRH Priority List

    The Center for Devices and Radiologic Health (CDRH) is the part of the FDA that deals with medical device regulations. As part of a new law, they will now annually publish a list of their priorities for the coming yea...
    Charles Tritt
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  • Biomedical Engineering Employment Statistics

    Here are a couple of links to Biomedical Engineering employment statistics. U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) Forbes Clearly, the job market for program graduates is very good. Students should still start earl...
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