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Scheda Riassuntiva
Anno Accademico 2019/2020
Scuola Scuola di Ingegneria Industriale e dell'Informazione
Insegnamento 054101 - ELECTRONIC TECHNOLOGIES AND BIOSENSORS LABORATORY
Docente Cerveri Pietro
Cfu 5.00 Tipo insegnamento Monodisciplinare
Didattica innovativa L'insegnamento prevede  1.0  CFU erogati con Didattica Innovativa come segue:
  • Blended Learning & Flipped Classroom

Corso di Studi Codice Piano di Studio preventivamente approvato Da (compreso) A (escluso) Insegnamento
Ing Ind - Inf (Mag.)(ord. 270) - MI (471) BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING - INGEGNERIA BIOMEDICA*AZZZZ054101 - ELECTRONIC TECHNOLOGIES AND BIOSENSORS LABORATORY

Obiettivi dell'insegnamento

The course aims to make the student able to acquire the ability to set up a technological development project in the biomedical field through progressive steps such as:
1) Definition of specific application requirements (e.g. biomedical variables of interest, signal acquisition and processing, electronic design, ...);
2) Definition / selection of components (custom / commercial);
3) Architecture project (data acquisition, front-end, processing, ...);
4) Implementation of HW / SW through the appropriate use of development tools and practical implementation;
5) Selection of appropriate procedures for verifying functionality and performance evaluation of the developed prototype;
6) Writing of a technical report of the project addressed.


Risultati di apprendimento attesi
The student will become familiar with tools typical of the electronic laboratory, including the tin soldering iron, the multimeter, the oscilloscope and the power supply, and will examine the main engineering methods (application analysis, definition of requirements, system design, selection of more suitable components with specific requirements depending on the application) to face the development of a technological project in the biomedical field. Additive 3D printing and modeling tools will de demonstrated (frontal teaching activity and experimental exercises). DD 1

The student will acquire the ability to design electronic boards, develop firmware for micro-controllers, implement HW prototypes with discrete components and devices for the acquisition and processing of biomedical signals. (Exercises and laboratory practice) DD 1.2

The student will apply the knowledge gained to the definition of the requirements for the didactic project, to the definition of the main development phases, and to the identification of the main instruments and necessary components, deepening the biomedical issues of specific interest to the application. (Development of educational projects) DD 3.4

The student will experience group collaboration for the development of the educational project and will present a specific theme to the class in flipped-class mode. (Development of educational projects) DD 4.5
 
 
 

Argomenti trattati

Short program

The course frames methods and technologies in electronics for the development of robotic/sensor systems devoted to: a) acquisition, conditioning and processing of biomedical signals; b) human and environmental monitoring; c) integration of robotic systems for man-robot interaction applications.

The first phase is based on providing frontal teaching and exercises in which the teacher in collaboration with the tutors presents tools of electronic laboratory, additive 3D printing technologies, approaches to HW/SW co-design (circuit design, platforms for design and development on microcontroller), bases of robotics and sensor integration, platforms for development of SW interfaces.

The second phase of the course is articulated through the development of thematic educational projects defined by the teacher in agreement with the tutors. The students are divided into 3-4 groups and assisted by a tutor to deal with specific project themes. Students face the entire chain of activities required starting from the conceptual design and definition of the requirements, the selection of components and any purchases, the development and implementation of a circuit solution, the firmware programming of the microcontroller, up to the prototyping of the real solution through integrated breadboard cards or development kits and to the final testing phase. To complement the project activities and to stimulate active learning, the structuring skills of thinking and knowledge and the assessment among colleagues, during this second phase of the course each group of students is responsible for examining a specific topic addressed in the first part that will be presented and discussed with other students in flipped/blended classroom modality. As a whole, educational projects can also be considered relevant for the purpose of master thesis activities. During the course, professionals in the industrial field will hold thematic seminars. Visits to companies in the field of the development of solutions and services in the biomedical and industrial field will be envisaged

The exam method includes the evaluation of the final project report and the oral presentation.

It should be noted that this is a limited number access course. The mandatory procedure for access request is here: http://www.ccsbio.polimi.it/?page_id=27

 

Detailed plan
The course is articulated through the presentation, demonstration and practice of different tools. Typical electronic laboratory measurement and working tools are introduced such as testers / multimeter, power supply and oscilloscope, signal generator and tools and techniques for heat welding such as tin soldering iron, experimental bases and specific supports. Robo Cell 3D printing is shown and demonstrated.
The Eagle environment for electronic design and practical electronic board printing techniques is presented. The PSOC Cypress environment for microcontroller firmware development in FPGA technology is presented, the KRoset environment for the development of Kawasaki robotic applications, the Processing environment for SW interfaces development, integrating the frontal presentation with practical examples and exercise activities. The second phase of the course is articulated through the development of thematic educational projects defined by the teacher in agreement with the tutors. Students will be divided into 3-4 groups and assisted by a tutor to address the specific design issues. Students will face the whole chain of activities required starting from the conceptual design and definition of the requirements, the selection of components and possible purchases, the development and implementation of a circuit solution, the microcontroller firmware programming, up to the prototyping of the real solution through breadboard cards or integrated development kits and the final testing phase. To complement the project activities and to stimulate active learning, the ability to structure thought and knowledge and the comparison between colleagues, during this second phase of the course, each group of students is responsible for studying a specific topic, addressed in the first part and relevant to the project under development, which will be presented and discussed with the other students in flipped / blended classroom mode. As a whole, educational projects can be considered relevant also for the purposes of specialized thesis activities. During the course there will be thematic seminars held by professionals in the industrial field and visits to companies in the development of solutions and services in the biomedical domain.

    The interaction between teacher and student is supported by BEEP platform (course slides, tutorial documents and development examples, datasheets of general interest for HS / SW components) and Google drive (specific datasheets for each project, HW / SW development documents , list of components to be acquired for the development of the project, report of educational projects, final presentation). In-depth studies are planned with thematic seminars (Electronic board design, Robotics) and company visits. For the final evaluation, each group will prepare a report describing the project developed and an oral presentation after the end of the course. Furthermore, additional criteria are included in the construction of the final grade, such as commitment, level of presence in the laboratory, ability to work in teams and the level of learning achieved.

 


Prerequisiti
The student will become familiar with tools typical of the electronic laboratory, including the tin soldering iron, the multimeter, the oscilloscope and the power supply, and will examine the main engineering methods (application analysis, definition of requirements, system design, selection of more suitable components with specific requirements depending on the application) to face the development of a technological project in the biomedical field (frontal teaching activity and experimental exercises). DD 1

The student will acquire the ability to design electronic boards, develop firmware for micro-controllers, implement HW prototypes with discrete components and devices for the acquisition and processing of biomedical signals. (Exercises and laboratory practice) DD 1.2

The student will apply the knowledge gained to the definition of the requirements for the didactic project, to the definition of the main development phases, and to the identification of the main instruments and necessary components, deepening the biomedical issues of specific interest to the application. (Development of educational projects) DD 3.4

The student will experience group collaboration for the development of the educational project and will present a specific theme to the class in flipped-class mode. (Development of educational projects) DD 4.5
 

Modalità di valutazione

The final examination includes the evaluation of a final project report and an oral presentation after the end of the course. Furthermore, additional criteria are included in the construction of the final grade, such as commitment, the level of presence in the laboratory, the ability to work in a team and the level of final learning.


Bibliografia

Forme didattiche
Tipo Forma Didattica Ore di attività svolte in aula
(hh:mm)
Ore di studio autonome
(hh:mm)
Lezione
15:00
15:00
Esercitazione
0:00
0:00
Laboratorio Informatico
0:00
0:00
Laboratorio Sperimentale
10:00
25:00
Laboratorio Di Progetto
25:00
35:00
Totale 50:00 75:00

Informazioni in lingua inglese a supporto dell'internazionalizzazione
Insegnamento erogato in lingua Inglese
Disponibilità di materiale didattico/slides in lingua inglese
Possibilità di sostenere l'esame in lingua inglese
schedaincarico v. 1.6.5 / 1.6.5
Area Servizi ICT
25/11/2020