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FRESHER BIOMEDICAL APPLICATION ENGINEER MICROELECTRONICS JOB IN CHENNAI

Job Description: List below covers some of critical areas where Applications engineers works

I. Applications Engineers are responsible for supporting KLA-Tencors wafer inspection (WIN) products at worldwide customer location

II. They are involved with development & characterization of next generation products.

III. They face the customer to demonstrate product performance, both in-house and at customer facilities .

IV. Applications Engineers are responsible to prove technical superiority of K-T tools over competitor tools at customer sites.

CONFERENCE ON INDIAN MEDICAL DEVICES & PLASTIC DISPOSABLES INDUSTRY 2011,AHMEDABAD, INDIA

Feb. 11 – 12 , 2011

Organized by :

Sponsored By Government of Gujarat

Part of Vibrant Gujarat Event Series

SPECIAL FOCUS ON

  • Medical Polymers and Processing
  • Device Manufacturing
  • Market Trends & Export Marketing
  • Regulations
  • Technology

EVENT HIGHLIGHTS

  • 20 or more Identified Best Practice Presentations from the different sectors of Medical Industry spread over 2 days
  • Panel Discussion on how the Indian Medical Manufacturing Industry can cope in the current regulatory, technology and market scenario

BIOMEDICAL EQUIPMENT SERVICING & MAINTENANCE TRAINING FOR STUDENTS

BRIDGE YOUR KNOWLEDGE GAP BY TRUE BIOMEDICAL EXPERTS AND

LEARN THE WAY THE HEALTHCARE INDUSTRY WANTS YOU TO BE !!

CURRICULUM OVERVIEW :

This structured training program would be divided in THREE modules consisting of 30 days intensive training, provided through lectures, MS-Powerpoint presentation on PC, extracts printed as additional course materials from user and service manuals of reputed national & international manufacturers in association with the set of medical equipments presented before the participants at and off-venue.

MODULE 1

  • General Introduction to Medical Equipments
  • Life-saving medical equipments
  • Ethics and norms followed in maintenance

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS BY A BIOMEDICAL ENGINEER EVERY NOW AND THEN

1. What is the scope of Biomedical Engineering in the future?
2. How are the job prospects for Biomedical Engineering?
3. What Kind of a role does a Biomedical Engineer perform in a hospital?
4. What is the pay scale for a Biomedical Engineer?
5. What can I gain by attending a conference on Biomedical Engineering?
6. What is Biomedical Research?
7. How to select an area of Specialization?
8. Where can a Biomedical Engineer work other than a hospital?

1. What is the scope of Biomedical Engineering in the future?

Biomedical Engineering offers a very good scope for the future. There are various specializations in Biomedical Engineering such as Biomedical Imaging, Biomechanics, Bio Instrumentation, Biomedical optics, Biosensors, Rehabilitation Engineering, Biomaterials, etc which pose tremendous challenges in research, diagnosis and treatment of several artifacts of the body.  Health care & medical manufacturers also innovate in their own terms to promote industrial research. Hence, there shall be wide scope for clinical as well as industrial research and development. And, the innovations in management and business also throw a vast scope for Entrepreneurship

2. How are the job prospects for Biomedical Engineering?

The U.S. Department of Labor predicts a massive 21% increase in employment opportunities for Biomedical Engineers in the U.S. over the next decade .The growth rate is expected to be MUCH higher than the average growth rate. The significance of providing quality health care to urban as well as rural population raises the scope for further innovations in Biomedical Engineering cross the globe. Hence, Biomedical Engineering is believed to be a promising career for many in the years to come.

Click here to view the statistics.

http://www.bls.gov/oco/ocos027.htm

3. What Kind of a role does a Biomedical Engineer perform in a hospital?

A Biomedical Engineer working in a hospital is referred to as a Clinical Engineer. Clinical Engineers maintain the performance and quality of Biomedical Equipments in a hospital. They are in-charge of all the equipments in various departments in a hospital. Their work involves quality control, troubleshooting and grading of the equipments in a hospital. Clinical Engineers also assist a physician in using certain instruments during surgeries, etc.

4. What is the pay scale for a Biomedical Engineer?

This link gives you an estimate of the wages paid for a Biomedical Engineer according to the U.S. Department of Labor.

http://www.bls.gov/oes/current/oes172031.htm#nat

The wages paid in an industry differ from that paid in a hospital or any other research institution. But, Health care professionals are paid very high compared to others depending upon their experience and skills. Hence, a Biomedical Engineer may be paid less in early days, but upon experience, his/her pay scale will be very good.

5. What can I gain by attending a conference on Biomedical Engineering?

A conference is organized for the updates, suggestions, and exchange of ideas between various people working in the field of Biomedical Engineering. It stands as a platform to interact with different people working on various specializations in Biomedical Engineering. You can get a clear note of the latest research works going on, you can get suggestions from many good researchers around the globe, you can even interact with many professors from various universities, various medical equipment manufacturers, etc. On the whole, a Biomedical Conference helps you to explore the various facets of Biomedical Engineering, and you can get a good learning experience.

6. What is Biomedical Research?

Biomedical research involves the understanding of several problems that exist in the current medical technology, various health disorders of the human body, abnormalities in the human anatomy, and the invention of new ideas that can overcome these difficulties. It also involves the innovation to utilize inter disciplinary ideas, (ideas from various engineering disciplines, such as Electrical, mechanical, chemical, etc) to solve various medical problems. Biomedical Research is classified into sixteen different streams.

To know more, click here.

7. How to select an area of Specialization?

Selecting the area of Specialization is completely an individual task. It depends upon your interest and capability. Before selecting an area of specialization, just explore about the subjects in which you should be thorough to select that specialization. For instance, Bio Instrumentation involves much of electronics, Biomechanics deals with the application of mechanics to body etc. Once you know that just analyze whether your interest matches with that or not. Once you find your interested area, then explore about the recent innovations in it and just carry on.

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8. Where can a Biomedical Engineer work other than a hospital?

Biomedical Engineers work in hospitals as clinical engineers. Apart from that they also work in Medical manufacturing industries as Product Specialists, etc, in Research organizations as Research Engineers, in medical companies as Service Engineers etc. Hence the work of a biomedical engineer is in Manufacturing Industry, Maintenance and Research & development of Medical devices.