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Many of the innovative new products today come from the interdisciplinary field of info-bionics combining computer science, electrical engineering, and biotechnology (e.g.: sequencing tools, BCI, implants, sensory robotics).
Our Info-bionics Engineering Master’s Program aims to develop core competencies through subjects in modeling, neural sciences, electrophysiology, electronics, and computer science.
A deep understanding of biological processes and measurements (e.g.: neural signals, communications, cell-cell interactions, data processing of living organisms) helps us develop engineering solutions, instruments, devices, computational algorithms, and models to augment or supplement a biological system. These also help in the measurement, control, and operation of vital processes affecting living organisms and the quality of human life.
Application and research examples: prostheses, rehabilitation, bionic eyeglasses, brain-computer interfaces, neural electrodes, limb actuation, wheelchair navigation or minimally invasive surgery tools, multimodal medical imaging, bioinformatics, intelligent or sensory-actuating robotics, nanosensors.
We welcome students to join us if they have previous training in molecular biology, electrical engineering, image processing, or neuroscience.


International students must attend a Foundation Semester in the fall semester, before starting the actual Master’s program. Thus, the actual commencement of the Master’s program is February. The goal of the foundation semester is to level students for their Master’s program in Budapest, helping to ensure that they can complete their studies successfully. The foundation semester helps students to recap, develop, and upgrade the Bachelor-level skills needed to succeed in their Master’s program.

Students may only start the four-semester Master’s program upon successful completion of the Foundation Semester.


The following specializations are built into the curriculum of the study programme:

● Bionic interfaces
● Bio-nano Sensors and Imaging Devices
● Systems Biology


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Programme structure


The actual Master’s Program is preceded by a compulsory foundation semester in the fall term. The foundation semester consists of four three-week-long modules, each module comprising three or four subjects. The courses follow an intensive schedule, and each is concluded by a compulsory exam.
The Curriculum of the compulsory foundation semester (fall semester) for the Master’s program in Info-Bionics comprises the following subjects:

Academic English; Algebra; Bioinformatics; Calculus; Chemistry and Biology; Computer Architectures; Hungarian language; Molecular Biology and Genetics; Neuroscience and Electrophysiology; Probability and Statistics; Programming 1-2; Signal Processing

The actual Master’s program (4 semesters) starts in the spring term, upon successful completion of all subjects of the foundation semester.


The interdisciplinary field of info-bionics combines the fields of computer science, electronics and biotechnology. Our master’s program aims to develop complex modeling competencies as well as the operation and design of tools for our students. A deep understanding of biological processes and measurements strengthens the development of engineering solutions, tools, computational algorithms, and models used in biological systems.

The curriculum of the Info-Bionics MSc study program (120 credits) includes the following modules:
● Fundamentals in Natural Sciences and Mathematics (total required: 15-25 credits)
● Economics and Humanities (total required: 5-15 credits)
● Skills in Neural Sciences and Electrophysiology (total required: 11-22 credits)
● Skills in Electronics and Computer Sciences (total required: 11-30 credits)
● Specialization (total required: 30-50 credits)
● Project Work and Thesis Work (total required: 42 credits)
● Other elective subjects (maximum 6 credits)


The specializations developed in the program prepare our students for the following areas of research and development and innovation activities:

Bionic Interfaces
prostheses, rehabilitation applications, bionic eyeglasses, brain-computer interfaces, upper and lower limb actuation, wheelchair navigation, intelligent or sensory robotics, non-invasive or minimally invasive surgical devices

Bio-nano Sensors and Imaging Devices
application of neural electrodes and imaging systems, nanosensors, multimodal medical imaging, molecular optical imaging, medical image processing and signal processing, machine learning, and artificial intelligence

Systems Biology
bioinformatics, protein structure, system-level modeling of biological networks and systems, e.g., neuronal networks, cell to cell interactions, intracellular molecular interactions, protein interactions, regulation of gene expression, viral disease dynamics

Students are required to choose one of the specializations upon enrolment to the Master’s program.


Detailed CURRICULUM of the Info-Bionics Engineering Program

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