To become a recognized center of excellence that produces skilled, innovative and ethical Bioelectronic and Bio-IT engineers and contribute to society with innovative problem-solving abilities and strong ethical values.
• To offer Bioelectronics, Bio-IT engineering education of global standards through innovative teaching learning practices with industry focused curricula, to prepare students for successful career / higher study.
• Provide a nurturing environment, tailored engineering programs, and unique multidisciplinary experiences for undergraduate students to become leaders in a rapidly changing and increasingly multidisciplinary engineering profession.
• Foster culture of innovation and research in the field of biomedical electronics and Healthcare informatics, and Bio-IT engineering.
• To empower communities of researchers, students and faculty through a 3-dimensional skill sets leading to excellence in technical education.
There is an opportunity for dramatically increased synergy between electronics and biology, fostered by the march of electronics technologies to the atomic scale and rapid advances in system, cell, and molecular biology. Bioelectronics is the discipline resulting from the convergence of biology and electronics and it has the potential to significantly impact many areas important to the nation’s economy and well-being, including healthcare and medicine, homeland security, forensics, and protecting the environment and the food supply. Not only can advances in electronics impact biology and medicine, but conversely understanding biology may provide powerful insights into efficient assembly processes, devices, and architectures for nanoelectronics technologies, as physical limits of existing technologies are approached.
National Status: Bioelectronics is the discipline resulting from the convergence of biology and electronics and it has the potential to significantly impact many areas important to the nation’s economy and well-being, including healthcare and medicine, homeland security, forensics, and protecting the environment and the food supply. The current fields such as Biotechnology, Bioinformatics, and Electronics work independently and are not only unable to provide skilled workforce but also failed in providing ground-breaking solutions. A multidisciplinary approach will be the gamechanger in Higher education. National Education Policy and AICTE recommend multidisciplinary studies, especially in universities.
A number of themes currently dominate medical research headlines—for example gene therapy, gene silencing via siRNA, CRISPR and gene editing, immuno-oncology and the gut microbiome-brain axis, but there is an under-recognized modality in development in healthcare that takes advantage of the body’s innate electrical systems that could play a substantial role over the next two decades of progress: bioelectronics.
The target is to educate young eager minds, inclined towards multidisciplinary studies to transform them into engineering experts who have versatile comprehension of detection, processing and analyses of bio signals from various sources. To accomplish this the student is introduced to nanoscale phenomena, microfabrication techniques, biomaterials science, biochemical recognition of biomolecules, physical transducers, sensor technologies and to good extent to clinical equipment like medical imaging. The basic knowledge needed in the development of innovations in the field of biosensors and bioelectronics are provided. The students are also strongly encouraged to consider practical aspects and possible applications of their knowhow throughout their studies.
Scope: Bioelectronics have a wide variety of applications, including electrocardiographs, cardiac pacemakers and defibrillators, blood pressure and flow monitors, and medical imaging systems. The field of bioinstrumentation has seemingly endless possibilities because of its fusion of different fields for the common purpose of developing new and exciting ways of managing and treating disease and disabilities. A few emerging technologies include implantable sensors to monitor treatment effectiveness, anti-stuttering aids, blood vessel compliance measurement, distributed sensor networks for home healthcare, and electronic aids for the five human senses.
The Bioelectronics Engineering Graduate program from REVA University after 4 years of completion or the programme shall:
On completion of B. Tech degree in Bioelectronics Engineering, graduates shall have
Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs)
Careers: Careers in research and development in how electronics work with the various biological elements (legs and hands and other human) offer attractive salaries. Companies that rely on bioelectronics to help in the manufacture of their product offer very good salaries. Careers in entertainment and the gaming industries require a lot of innovation and if the needs are met, attractive salaries are offered.
Feasibility: Bioelectronics is the future and promises better prospects in various fields. Though it still is an infant in the eyes of technology, a lot has been achieved in a very small span of time and has shown remarkable results. So indeed, bioelectronics is a career of the future, and it promises a lot to the general public, too, as electronics are very economical when they go into mass production.
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