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I'm in a biomedical engineering master's program and am mostly interested in signal processing. Unfortunately, I feel that I'd like to get deeper into the subject, and my university can't accommodate that request -- there's a limited number of courses, and the professor I've asked doesn't know of any local project that I could join.

Are there any open source projects related to biomedical/bioelectric signal processing?

If not, could you recommend any other type of beneficial extracurricular activities? I could probably spend 1-2h a day on this project.

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For image processing in biology, there is the FIJI project, a very worthwhile endeavor. They have a list of project ideas as well, maybe there's something that's perfect for you?

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MIT OpenCourseWare is a great resource containing free course materials for actual MIT courses. In the department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, there may be some courses of interest that you could go through. A quick look shows Biomedical Signal and Image Processing and Biomedical Computing, which might be up your alley.

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You might also be interested in Yale's open course material on the subject: Frontiers in Biomedical Engineering. It isn't focused on biomedical signal processing per se but discusses at some length the possibilities of engineering solutions in the biomedical industry.

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