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Modeling & Simulation: Societies
Modeling and simulation (M&S) refers to using models – physical, mathematical, or otherwise logical representation of a system, entity, phenomenon, or process
The Biomedical Engineering Society (BMES) is the professional society for biomedical engineering and bioengineering. Founded in early 1968, the Society now boasts nearly 6,500 members and is growing, rapidly.
BMES serves as the lead society and professional home for biomedical engineering and bioengineering. Our leadership in accreditation, potential licensure, publications, scientific meetings, global programs, and diversity initiatives, as well as our commitment to ethics, all serve our mission to promote and enhance knowledge and education in biomedical engineering and bioengineering worldwide and its utilization for human health and well-being.
MIT's student chapter of the Biomedical Engineering Society was founded in 1995 by three MIT seniors who saw the need for a student organization dedicated to providing students with research, employment, and educational
opportunities in biomedical engineering. The Biomedical Engineering Society serves to bring knowledge to its members concerning the advancement of biomedical research and technology in the medical field. It also exists as a forum for discussion among the MIT community who would like share ideas or opinions. Meetings shall promote interests through activities such as lectures, presentations, tours, and social activities.
Each week you will receive and share valuable information first hand on how to achieve your goals and be inspired by the real-world successful solutions using modeling languages such as: UML, SysML, BPMN, etc.
In this issue of IEEE Pulse, authors explore similar terrain by examining recent research into the eye as a means to gauge health and well-being, diagnose and monitor disease, as well as open new frontiers in artificial intelligence.