Bioinformatics and biomedical engineering
Biomedical engineering comprises several fields of research, including bioinformatics, medical imaging, physiological signal processing and medical informatics. Bioinformatics is a relatively new field of research that applies mathematical and computer science theories to organized models and help understand fundamental biological and biomedical problems.
Biomedical engineering and bioinformatics create new knowledge from the molecular level to the systems level. This field of engineering also focuses on developing approaches to prevent, diagnose and treat medical conditions. Our major research efforts in bioinformatics include alignment of molecular sequences, gene finding, genome assembly, protein structure prediction, protein-protein interactions and the modelling of evolution.
The Faculty of Engineering of the University of Ottawa encourages the creation of successful partnerships between industry, business, government and our research community. By collaborating with us, your organization can benefit from various funding opportunities listed below and can also receive huge tax incentives!
- Federal Funding
- Provincial Funding
- Connect Canada
- Other Opportunities
The School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science also conducts research in these additional fields.
- Big Data Management and Analytics
- Broadband networks
- Distributed computing and computer architectures
- Electromagnetism, radio-frequencies and microwaves
- Information management and data mining
- Multimedia and interactive virtual environments
- Privacy and security
- Robotics, machine vision and autonomous systems
- Software engineering
- Speech/audio/image/video processing
- Text analysis and machine learning
- Wireless communications
- Wireless networks and mobile computing