Site de l'université de Franche-Comté
Francais Allemand

Functions and activities of the biomedical engineer

ISIFC is registered in the directory of the National Qualifications.

Specific dimension of ISIFC :

Training relies strongly on local expertise in the field of mechanics and microtechnology applied to biomedical.


The focus is on :

  • Quality control of products and industrial biomedical processes
  • Regulatory Affairs
  • Validation and clinical trials
  • The creation of activities and innovative structures in the field of health (through the virtual enterprise Biotika®)

Note: The school has a large international opening favored by its geographical situation with Germany and Switzerland

After training, the engineer ISIFC is able to perform the functions of :

  • project manager junior : 13%
  • project engineer, research and development: 34%
  • methods engineer: 7%
  • quality Engineer: 15%
  • regulatory affairs Engineer: 7%
  • clinical investigations engineer : 4%
  • application engineer: 12%
  • hospital biomedical engineer: 6%
  • consulting engineer: 2%

in biomedical companies, hospitals or research laboratories.


Only 4% of them do not work in the biomedical sector (computer, luxury watches, automotive electronics).


Very quickly, the engineer ISIFC evolves into positions of responsibility and / or creative activities.


Field of activity (NSF code, the three main) :

110 f: multi scientific specialties (application to technologies of production)
200 r: quality control of products and industrial processes
331: Study and Medical Research

Types of jobs available (codes ROME) :

53122: head of research, research, and development engineer, biomedical engineer
53212: quality engineer
53311: business applications engineer
53111: methods engineer
33114: Product Manager