All students must take the following laboratory education:

  • Fundamental Electrical and Electronics Laboratory
  • Numerical Electronics Laboratory
  • Computer Laboratory
  • Biochemistry Laboratory
  • Biomedical Instrumentation Laboratory
  • Biomaterials and Biomechanics Laboratory

Elective courses that include laboratory practise offered at the 4th year are as follows:

  • Biosignals and Medical Image Processing
  • Clinic Tenancy of Proteomic Strategies
  • Computational Methods for Biomaterial Modelling
  • Fluid Mechanics
  • Stem Cell and Cancer
  • Tissue Engineering

Additionally, our students have the opportunity to work in our undergraduate and research laboratories for two semesters in their fourth year in accordance with their project choices in Biomedical Engineering Design courses.

Our Undergraduate Laboratory Infrastructure

Electrical Circuits and Electronics Laboratories 

The infrastructure within these two laboratories include:

  • Signal geneator
  • Ossiloscope
  • DC power supply
  • Multimeter

By using these, the following experiments are performed within the corresponding undergraduate laboratory practise:

  • BME211 Electrical Circuits Laboratory
    • Resistors in DC Circuits, Measurement of Voltage and Current, Ohm’s Law
    • Thevenin and Norton Equivalent Circuits, Maximum Power Transfer
    • Capacitors and Inductors, RL and RL Circuits
    • RLC Circuits, etc.
  • BME 212 Electronics Laboratory
    • Investigation of Diot Characteristics
    • Diot Applications
    • BJT Amplifiers and Small Signal Analysis
    • FET Transfer Characteristics, etc.

Biomedical Instrumentation Laboratory

The infrastructure of this laboratory include the BIOPAC systems and they are used within the laboratory practise of BME311 and BME312 Biomedical Instrumentation I and II courses.

Biochemistry Laboratory

The infrastructure of this laboratory include:

  • pH meter
  • Vortex
  • Magnetic stirrer
  • Pipets
  • Light microscope
  • Hood
  • Balance
  • Centrifuge
  • UV-Vis spectrophotometer
  • Oven
  • Water bath

By using these, the following experiments are performed within the BME241 Biochemistry course laboratory practise:

  • Preparation of solutions and buffers
  • Titration of amino acids
  • Chromatographic analysis of amino acids
  • Agarose gel electrophoresis of nucleic acids
  • Determination of blood glucose Levels
  • UV-Vis spectrophotometric quantification of proteins
  • Giemsa staining of eukaryotic cells and visualization under light microscope

Biomaterials and Biomechanics Laboratory

The infrastructure of this laboratory include a table top, double colon universal testing machine.

By using this equipment, the following experiments are being performed within the BME332 Biomaterials and Biomechanics Laboratory course.

  • Determination of stiffness and ultimate tensile strength of metallic and polymeric samples under tensile loading
  • Investigation of the anisotropic behavior of sheep vertabra bone specimens under compressive loading
  • Investigation of the effect of organic and inorganic components of sheep vertabra bone specimens on the compressive strength
  • 3 point bending tests on medical metallic bone fixation devices (Ti-6Al-4V).

Computer Laboratory

The infrastructure of this laboratory include desktop computers and projectors.

By using these,  the following experiments are performed within the corresponding undergraduate laboratory practise:

  • BME160 Computer Guided Technical Drawing
    • 2 and 3 dimensional drawing using Autocad® program free for Universities
  • BME261 Computer Programming
    • Computer programming in C++ by using free Cygwin®
  • BME 311 and 312 Biomedical Instrumentation Laboratory I and II 
    •  LabWiew program licenced by National Instruments is being used for computer controlled experiments.