There are no prerequisite
At the end of the course the students will be able to:
- know the basic physical phenomena and some of their applications to the living.
- plan data analysis activities based on a research question.
- use all the hardware and software tools to support teaching and research activities.
The course aims to acquire the notions of physics of interest for the biomedical field, to know how to use statistical methods for data analysis, together with the development of skills for the use of IT tools such as hardware and software , competence that will be deepened also through a laboratory activity.
Trasparenze delle lezioni e testi consigliati.
F. Tibone (2014), La patente del Computer, nuova ECDL, Zanichelli Editore.
Stanton A. Glantz. Statistica per le discipline biomediche. 6ed. 2007, MacGraw-Hill, Milano
Lectures are provided in alternation with classroom exercises
The learning assessment will be carried out by means of written and oral examinations
In addition to the recommended text, supplementary educational materials and exercises will be made available to students