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Division of Mechatronics, Biostatistics and Sensors (MeBioS)


Lifecycle:1 Aug 2005 →  31 Jul 2020
Organisation profile:

The Division MeBios (Mechatronics, Biostatistics and Sensors) investigates the interaction between biological systems and physical processes. The emphasis is on the measurement of properties of biological products and process variables, the analysis of the measured signals by means of advanced statistical methods, process and equipment design, optimisation and control.  Mathematical models to describe the working principles of biological systems at different spatial and temporal scales is essential for this purpose.

Keywords:Biostatistics, Particulate dynamics, Sustainability in the agri-food chain, Biophotonics, Bionanotechnology, Postharvest technology
Disciplines:Other chemical sciences, Nutrition and dietetics, Agricultural animal production, Food sciences and (bio)technology, Analytical chemistry, Macromolecular and materials chemistry, Biological system engineering, Biomaterials engineering, Biomechanical engineering, Medical biotechnology, Other (bio)medical engineering, Agriculture, land and farm management, Biotechnology for agriculture, forestry, fisheries and allied sciences, Fisheries sciences