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Ranging from computing software such as screen readers and communication systems to wheelchairs and powerlifts, assistive technologies enhance the learning, working and daily living habits of those with disabilities.
Alternative Communication (AAC) research group at the School of Science and Engineering.
You will gain an understanding of living systems and how to design computing-based devices and new technologies through learning about biomedical measurement systems, human anatomy, physiology and medical instrumentations.
The course is underpinned by our international reputation in cutting-edge areas of research in the development of AAC devices. You will learn to design and build prototypes for user interfaces, interaction and experiences through practical tasks and be taught how
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The normal entry requirement is an honours degree or equivalent qualification in a discipline that provides a suitable basis for the course (e.g. computing, mechanical, biomedical, electrical or electronic engineering, physics or mathematics) or design graduates whose first degree contained an acceptable science or engineering element. Students with other academic backgrounds should contact the programme director to make further enquiries and to discuss their individual cases.
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