Dept. of Biomedical & Robotics Engineering
where Biomedical Engineering and Robotics meet to open the era of the 4th Industrial Revolution
Developing creative talent with global capabilities
Our department pursues interdisciplinary communication and integration across disciplines to develop the creative talent required by the future society.
We have established a multidisciplinary convergence major curriculum consisting of mechanical engineering, electronics and electrical engineering, and biomedical engineering. We operate a specialized major enhancement track in biomedical engineering and intelligent robotics.
Our department offers the following advanced specialization tracks. Students who complete each specialized track can receive a certificate, NanoDegree, separate from their diploma, to prove that they have studied their first major in-depth when applying for a job.
To become a roboticist, you'll learn the core theory and get hands-on hardware/software experience.
We operate experimental bio-fusion engineering courses that reflect the needs of the bio industry.
Professionals with core competencies in critical areas of the rapidly developing 4th industrial revolution are increasingly in demand. The Dept. of Bio-Robotic Systems Engineering is actively conducting research projects on industry-academia collaboration to support graduates' employment. For students who want to continue to pursue a career as a researcher, the program provides a detailed path to becoming an academic, including postdoctoral researchers, researchers at national laboratories, and university professors.