[Comp-neuro] CfP: Prospects and Applications of Computational Intelligence in e-Health at IEEE CICARE2013, Singapore.

Mufti Mahmud muftimahmud at gmail.com
Wed Sep 12 01:42:18 CEST 2012

Dear Colleagues,

Apologies for cross posting of the CFP.

Call for Papers: Special Session at 2013 IEEE Symposium on
Computational Intelligence in healthcare and e-health (IEEE CICARE

Prospects and Applications of Computational Intelligence in e-Health

Organizers: Pawel Raif 1, Mufti Mahmud 2, Amir Hussain 3, Henrique Martins 4

1 Dept. of Biosensors and Biomedical Signals Processing, Silesian
University of Technology, Akademicka Street 16, 44-100 Gliwice, Poland
Email: pawel.raif at polsl.pl
2 NeuroChip Laboratory, University of Padova, 35131 – Padova, Italy &
Institute of Information Technology, Jahangirnagar University, 1342 –
Dhaka, Bangladesh
Email: mahmud at dei.unipd.it; muftimahmud at juniv.edu
3 Centre for Cognitive & Computational Neuroscience, University of
Stirling, Stirling FK9 4LA, UK
Email: ahu at ahu@cs.stir.ac.uk
4 Centre for Research and Creativity in Informatics – Ci2, Hospital
Fernando Fonseca, IC – 19 Amadora, Portugal & Faculty of Health
Sciences, Universidade da Beira Interior, Portugal
Email: henrique.martins at ci2.pt; hmartins at fcsaude.ubi.pt

Healthcare is one of the most significant challenges in aging
societies. It has always been a difficult but fertile area in
informatics research.  The use of modern information technology can
improve quality of care, reduce high costs and open avenues for
knowledge and science.

The term e-Health or health informatics can be defined as healthcare
process supported by electronic processes and communication. This term
encompass a wide range of the services or systems that are at the edge
of medicine and information technology. These services include, but
not limited to: electronic health records, telemedicine, the use of
mobile devices in collecting health data and providing real-time
patient monitoring, healthcare information systems and intelligent
medical diagnostic systems.

This special session aims to provide an opportunity for researchers to
share their experiences, ideas and efforts in the area of innovative
information technology solutions in computational intelligence methods
towards application to healthcare: medical imaging, e-Health systems,
mobile health support, data mining and risk modeling, clinical
decision making.

This special session is expected to bring together research topics in
the area of the intelligent methods for e-Health research. The focus
areas include (but not limited to) the following topics:

-	Healthcare Informatics/e-Health
-	e-Health Architectures and e-Health Services
-	Implementation and Integration of e-Health Services
-	Human-Computer Interaction for providing e-Health solutions

-	Computational Intelligence in Medicine and Healthcare for providing
e-Health solutions
-	Computational Intelligence in Medical Decisions Making for providing
e-Health solutions
-	Data Visualization, Clinical Data Visualization for providing
e-Health solutions
-	Secundary data use from large health databases

-	Sensors and Wireless Sensor Networks for Healthcare for providing
e-Health solutions
-	RFID in Healthcare
-	m-Health as a solution to e-Health
-	Teleinformatics in Healthcare, and Telemedicine
-	Mobile Technology for Efficient Healthcare
-	Augmented Reality in Healthcare

• October 10th, 2012: Due date for Special Session papers
• January 5th, 2013: Notification of paper acceptance to authors
• February 5th, 2013: Camera-ready of accepted papers
• February 5th, 2013: Early registration

Paper Submission
Please submit your paper via the IEEE SSCI 2013 on-line submission
link accessed from:

Mufti Mahmud, PhD
Postdoctoral Fellow
NeuroChip Laboratory
University of Padova
via f. Marzolo 3
35131 - Padova, Italy.
Lab: +39 049 827 5308
Fax: +39 049 827 5301
Assistant Professor (on leave)
Institute of Information Technology
Jahangirnagar University
Savar, 1342 - Dhaka, Bangladesh.


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