publication . Article . 2016

How to Learn Multidisciplinary Design: Biomedical Engineering in Cross Cultural Seminar

Shigehiro Hashimoto;
Open Access English
  • Published: 01 Oct 2016 Journal: Journal of Systemics, Cybernetics and Informatics, volume 14, issue 5, pages 22-27 (issn: 1690-4524, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: International Institute of Informatics and Cybernetics
Abstract
The way to learn multidisciplinary design has been discussed. "Biomedical engineering" is exemplified for multidisciplinary field. "Biomedical Engineering" makes the multidisciplinary research area, which includes biology, medicine, engineering, and others. The cross-cultural student seminars on biomedical engineering have been exemplified as the case studies. In the group work, students are divided into the small cross cultural groups. Each group finds a problem, methods to solve the problem, and contribution to the society. Presentations are made referring information on the internet. They have learned how to communicate with students, who have variety of cult...
Subjects
free text keywords: Multidisciplinary Design, Biomedical Engineering, Learning, Students and Cross-cultural Seminar, lcsh:Information technology, lcsh:T58.5-58.64, lcsh:Communication. Mass media, lcsh:P87-96

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