SS IoT in Medical Sciences and Healthcare

Call for Papers

Internet of Things in Medical Sciences and Healthcare

IoT is one of the key players in shaping modern tech-driven healthcare. Enabling a seamless sharing and communication between several medical devices and stakeholders,IoTstrives to redefine the healthcare systems and cater more efficient and personalized services topeople.

Despite embracing IoT, the area of medical sciences and healthcare also has to overcome several challenges like ensuring safety and security orto deal with the risks in replacing a medical personnel with an intelligent system.

The special session aims to provide a platform of comprehensive discussion on research and innovation related to IoT in the field of medical sciences and healthcare, along with several state of art practices followed in this field. This would also include the aspects of interdisciplinary research enabling IoT in healthcare.

The technical topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

·        Data management in Medical IoT

·        Intelligence in Biomedical Imaging

·        Big Data Analytics in Medical IoT

·        Networking Medical Devices

·        Wearable Sensor Systems

·        Medical and Sensor Data Stream Processing

·        Signal Processing and Analysis

·        Smart Interfaces for E-Healthcare

·        Machine Learning for Signal Processing in Medical IoT Devices

·        Machine Learning for Behavioral Analysis of Patients

·        Emerging eHealth IoT Applications

·        Network Communications for Health Sensor Data

·        Network Optimization in Medical IoT Devices

·        Quantified Self Devices & Technologies

·        Processing of Quantified Self Data

·        Cloud Technologies for Healthcare 

·        Intelligent Data Processing and Predictive Algorithms in eHealth

·        Smart Homecare Environments

·        Telemedicine Applications

·        Smartphone-based eHealth

·        Wellness and Health Management Applications

·        Data Mining of Health Data on the Cloud

·        Medical and Sensor Data Stream Processing

·        Security, Safety and Privacy in eHealth and IoT

·        Interoperability and Standardization Issues in IoT and Healthcare

·        Network Communications for Health Monitoring

·        Mobile Sensing and Smartphone Sensing

·        Wireless Sensor and Actuator Networks

·        Sensor Network Operating Systems and Resource Management

·        Cryptography of Medical Data

·        New Business Models for IoT-based Hospitals and Care Providers

·        Aspects of Open Source in Medical IoT

·        Best Practices: Applying IoT in Healthcare

 

Organizing Committee

Dr. Ricardo Armentano (Chair), Favaloro University (Universidad Favaloro), Buenos Aires, Argentina

Prof. Parag Chatterjee (Co-Chair), National Technological University (Universidad Tecnológica Nacional), Buenos Aires, Argentina - parag@frba.utn.edu.ar; parag2700@gmail.com

 

Technical Program Committee

Dr. Leandro Cymberknop, Argentina

Dr. Diego Dujovne, Chile

Dr. Walter Legnani, Argentina

Prof. Luis Romero, Argentina

Dr. Marcel Wagner, Brazil

Prof. Geetam SinghTomar, India

Dr. Andrea Malizia, Italy

Dr. P.C. Srikanth, India

Dr. VaibhavMeshram, India

Dr. V.Thiagarasu, India

Prof. IssaKamar, Lebanon

 

Paper Submission Guidelines

All final submissions should be written in English with a maximum paper length of six (6) printed pages see web conference for instructions. Papers must be submitted through EDAS.

 

Important Dates

Paper submission deadline: March 7th, 2017

Acceptance Notification: March 31, 2017

Camera-Ready Paper Submission: April 30, 2017

 

Accepted and presented papers will be published in the conference proceedings and submitted to IEEE Xplore