Welcome to Biomedical Engineering
With technology playing an increasingly large role in today’s health industry, the world faces a demand for engineers who can understand, model, and design complex biomedical systems. We rely on these multi-disciplinary engineers to bridge the gap between medicine and technology, and develop innovative solutions for our health-related challenges.
Future undergraduate students
Interested in undergraduate studies in Biomedical Engineering? This section provides in-depth information about the program.
Future graduate students
Want to continue your studies in Biomedical Engineering? Waterloo offers many opportunities to be involved in biomedical research.
Check out our available faculty positions and consider working at the most sought-after engineering school in the country.
Get more information about when your classes are and what a typical week looks like during your study term.
- May 3, 2022
The Biomedical Engineering Program is proud to announce the winners of the Ojala prizes from the 2022 Capstone Design Symposium.
Best Overall BME Capstone Design Project
DiagnoseMI by Cesar Genatios, Simona Rocco, Ankit Jain, Laura Zhukas
- Apr. 1, 2022
Biomedical Engineering (BME) students Ethan Chung, Jeffrey Feng, Evandros Kaklamanos, Joey Kuang and Timothy Seto won $10,000 at the annual Norman Esch Entrepreneurship Awards for Capstone Design event held online on March 31. Their project, Petalos, also earned $3,000 as the winner of the Sedra People's Choice Award.
- Mar. 17, 2022
This week Systems Design Engineering (SYDE) and Biomedical Engineering (BME) students presented their fourth-year design projects at the 2022 Capstone Design Symposium. Teams showcased everything from a seizure monitoring and detection headband for infants to unique tools that can help Canadians optimize their energy usage.
View the full list of SYDE and BME projects: