Study With Us

Many of our staff contribute to AUT teaching programmes at both undergraduate and postgraduate level, and we offer research training opportunities at both masters and PhD levels.

Our staff contribute to or co-ordinate, the following papers:


ENME806 Biomedical Thermofluids Modelling
ENME804 Advanced Mechanical Design
ENME702 Mechanical Design
ENME602 Engineering Design Methodology
705010 Introduction to Engineering Design
767430 Product Design
766440 Fluid Mechanics


Postgraduate Study Opportunities


There is an opportunity to conduct postgraduate studies within the BIODESIGN LAB on selected topics.  Financial support may be available but will depending upon funding availability at time of application.


Surgical tools
It is proposed that an investigation is undertaken with the objective to better understanding the cutting behaviour between the osteotome and human bone to enable improvements to be made in the durability of the cutting edge.

This project would ideally suit someone with either a mechanical or biomedical engineering background.

Student stipend may be available


First Response VentilatorBioDesign Lab Breathing Apparatus
Investigate the feasibility of developing a compact and portable self-powered ventilator that could be carried and used by emergency and first-aid workers as a first response to accident victims who have ceased spontaneous breathing.

This project would ideally suit someone with either a mechanical or biomedical engineering background.

Student stipend may be available


Breathing and ultradian cycles

Investigate how breathing can influence physiological/neurological body cycles in normal and pathological states and be used as a non-pharmaceutical means of treatment.

This project would ideally suit someone with either a mechanical/electrical or biomedical engineering background.

Student stipend may be available

Current Students

Ms Hana Salati
Area of Expertise: Computational modelling - ANSYS simulation of heat conduction.
Qualifications: MSc Experimental and Numerical Investigation of Heat conduction in porous media. BSc. PhD student.

Teaching

ENME806 Biomedical Thermofluids Modelling
Students enrolled in this paper develop an understanding of how to apply mechanical engineering to solve biomedical engineering problems. The process is presented as a problem solving, decision making, analysis and optimising activity. Analyse and model thermo-fluid systems from human physiology using appropriate engineering tools and approaches. Applications to disease diagnosis and medical device design are considered.

Students planning to enrol or already enrolled in the Bachelor of Engineering (hons) or Master of Engineering programmes are encouraged to enquire. Details of the timetable and the course handbook will be available on Blackboard.


Contact Us

Tel: 64 (0)9 921 9999 ext. 8352
Fax: 64 (0)9 921 9973


Postal Address

AUT BIODESIGN LAB
School of Engineering, Computer and Mathematical Sciences
Auckland University of Technology
Private Bag 92006
Auckland 1142
New Zealand


Physical Address
Faculty of Design and Creative Technologies
AUT BIODESIGN LAB
Auckland University of Technology
Room WD401
34 St Paul Street
Auckland
1010
New Zealand


Last updated: 24-Nov-2016 8.29am

The information on this page was correct at time of publication. For a comprehensive overview of AUT qualifications, please refer to the Academic Calendar.