Workshop data on the introduction of Systems Engineering in Biomedical Research

Published: 30 May 2024| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/n6dfh6mghg.1
Konstantinos Mitsopoulos


Biomedical Engineering is a complex and diverse field of research, combining multi-disciplinary engineering design and standards with input and collaboration from healthcare professionals. When considering the design of assistive devices, the needs and requirements from all stakeholders emerge as an important factor in the success of the application. Existing Systems Engineering tools and techniques can assist with the synchronization and management of technological stakeholders needs. The incorporation, however, of feedback provided by the end-users, patients or health care providers, has eluded standardization in the field. This work presents a preliminary attempt at mapping the field using such tools, as well as introducing certain concepts from Systems Engineering to Biomedical Engineering professionals and researchers in the context of a workshop.

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Biomedical Engineering, Systems Engineering, Co-Creation