Department of Applied Computer Sciences
The eHealth institute provides state-of-the-art infrastructure including seminar rooms fitted with modern equipment, lecture rooms and IT laboratories. Students have access to the latest mobile devices including tablets, smartphones and smartwatches, as well as biosensors to measure brainwaves, ECGs, muscle activity and respiratory flows, and ultrasound equipment.
Our broad education allows you to work on a range of interesting and exciting projects. Find out here how you can put your theoretical knowledge into practice.