Laboratory Profile
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The Biomedical Simulations and Imaging (BIOSIM) Laboratory was founded in 1999 and is part of the Institute of Communication and Computer Systems (ICCS) and the Faculty of Electrical and Computer Engineering of the National Technical University of Athens (NTUA). The Laboratory is involved in research, mainly in the following areas

Medical applications and safety of electromagnetic fields
Biomedical signal/image processing and analysis
Neuroinformatics-Computational neuroscience
Bioinformatics
Semantic annotation on medical images

Simulation and modeling of complex biological/physiological processes
Computer aided diagnosis and treatment
Information systems and telematic applications in medicine

The BIOSIM Laboratory is also responsible of, or is contributing in, teaching courses offered at both undergraduate (Microwaves, Medical Imaging and Medical Image Processing, Laboratory in Biomedical Engineering, Simulation of Physiological Systems) and postgraduate (Bioelectromagnetics, Theory and Applications of Bioelectromagnetism, Bioinformatics) level at the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) and the School of Applied Mathematical and Physical Sciences (AMPS). Currently the Laboratory consists of 30 people, 15 of which hold a Ph.D. degree and 14 are Ph.D. candidates. A number of 10-12 diploma theses are developed per year under the supervision of experienced staff. Over the last years the BIOSIM Laboratory has been involved in 30 European or National f unded projects.

For your correspondence:
BIOSIM Laboratory, Faculty of Electrical and Computer Engineering,
National Technical University of Athens,
9, Iroon Polytechniou
Str.,
15780 Zografos, Athens Greece
Tel: 0030 - 210 - 7722285 / 2968
Fax: 0030 - 210 - 7722320
Nikita Konstantina Professor

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