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Title: Content and competency structure of IT specialties students in the field of bioengineering
Authors: Tarasov, O.
Sahaida, P.
Tankut, V.
Vasylieva, L.
Korniejenko, K.
Keywords: bioengineering
competence approach
ontological modeling
Issue Date: 2021
Publisher: Acco cv, Leuven (Belgium)
Citation: Tarasov O., Sahaida P., Tankut V., Vasylieva L. & Korniejenko K. Content and competency structure of IT specialties students in the field of bioengineering. In: Teaching and subjects on bio-medical engineering. Approaches and experiences from the BIOART-project. Leuven, 2021, pp. 32-46.
Abstract: This lecture is devoted to the introduction of multidisciplinary training for the specialists in the field of design and implementation of high-tech implants with elements of intellectual behavior. The end-to-end process of designing such implants is considered: from the study and analysis of functional requirements, as well as the study of new materials, 3D-modeling of geometric parameters, and modeling of mechanical properties – to the development of electronic and software components of sensory and control subsystems. Identification of the main stages of implant development made it possible to identify and formulate the necessary competencies that need to be formed by specialists in this field. Students will be acquainted with the general direction of training, the skills, and abilities that they are going to acquire during the training. In the process of system analysis of the development of implants, an ontological approach was applied. It allowed formalizing the analysis results in a form convenient for the preparation of regulatory documents. Information support for the organizational and methodological work of teachers was also improved. This lecture also increases the students’ motivation to study disciplines of the bioengineering field. A competency-based approach to the organization of the educational process requires the development of an integrated model of educational processes and the objects that participate in them, based on high-level abstractions.
Description: This book originated from the BIOART-project “Innovative Multidisciplinary Curriculum in Artificial Implants for Bio-Engineering BSc/MSc Degrees (586114-EPP-1-2017-1-ES-EPPKA2-CBHE-JP)”, a European subsidized educational project aimed at adapting, modernising and restructuring existing curricula in artificial implants for bio-engineering degrees in Ukraine and Israel, by developing new courses, testing the innovative curricula and disseminating the results. The European Commission’s support for the production of this publication does not constitute an endorsement of the contents, which reflect the views only of the authors, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.
ISBN: 978-94-641-4245-7
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