History of Biomedical Engineering Centre
01 January 2017 new structure of Tallinn University of Technology was confirmed. In the course of TTU structural reform Institute of Health Technologies was established, which was based on Technomedicum. Institute is a part of the School of Information Technologies of TTU.
Kalju Meigas was elected as an acting manager of the Institute of Health Technologies.
Biomedical Engineering Centre was reorganized into Department of Biomedical Engineering and its new statute was approved. Ivo Fridolin became a director of Department of Biomedical Engineering.
|2006||Technomedicum – a research, educational and development insititution was established. It was a subunit of Tallinn University of Technology. Biomedical Engineering Centre was reorganized and brought under Technomedicum.|
01 January 2004 Kalju Meigas was elected as the new head of the centre.
01 September 2002 professor Tarmo Lipping was elected as a new head of the centre. Biomedical Engineering Centre joined Department of Mathematics and Natural Sciences.
Biomedical Engineering Centre stayed as a part of Department of Systems Engineering until the end of its existence – 31.08.2001.
New statute of Biomedical Engineering Centre was approved.
01 September 1997 Department of Biomedical Engineering and professorship were created in Biomedical Engineering Centre. Chair of Radio Physics and Laser Engineering were renamed as Chair of Radio Physics. After this Biomedical Engineering Centre consisted of two chairs - Chair of Biomedical Engineering and Chair of Radio Physics.
01 September 1996 Department of Computer and Systems Engineering were reogranized into two different departments – Department of Systems Engineering and Faculty of Information Technology. Biomedical Engineering Centre stayed as a part of Department of Systems Engineering.
01 September 1995 Chair of Radio Physics and Laser Engineering were established in Biomedical Engineering Centre.
01. April 1994 Biomedical Engineering Centre was established as a subunit in Tallinn University of Technology.
01 July 1994 Biomedical Engineering Centre joined Department of Computer and Systems Engineering of TTU. The staff of centre consisted of two persons – assistant manager and secretary. The founding head of the centre was professor of Radio Physics – Hiie Hinrikus, who was in charge until 31.08.2002.