Imperial College London

DrNaomiNakayama

Faculty of EngineeringDepartment of Bioengineering

Senior Lecturer
 
 
 
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Contact

 

n.nakayama Website

 
 
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Location

 

B213bBessemer BuildingSouth Kensington Campus

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Summary

 

Design and Professional Practice 2 - BIOE50002

Aims

This module will build on the principles of engineering design and professional practice taught in first year through application in a group design, make and test project. As part of the group project students will:

Tackle a real design problem

Develop their engineering design skills through practice

Apply learning from other modules to a practical challenge

Be exposed to the wider application of bioengineering in society

Develop teamworking skills and be exposed to the challenges and benefits of collaboration

Role

Lecturer

Advanced Biomaterials and Tissue Engineering  - BIOE97171

Aims

Biomaterials shape our life through food, textile, built environment, and medicine. This module will showcase the frontiers of biomaterials research and innovation, which are closely linked to tissue engineering in regenerative medicine and beyond. Biomaterials are materials that are synthesized by living organisms, or ones that interact with biological cells and tissues. Pioneering development of new biomaterials will be explored, highlighting their functionalities in various fields of application and diving into their synthesis via state-of-art technology, such as synthetic biology and chemistry and biomimetic engineering.

Role

Lecturer