5th EAI International Conference on Wireless Mobile Communication and Healthcare - "Transforming healthcare through innovations in mobile and wireless technologies"
LOOKING FORWARD TO MEETING YOU ON PLACE. Find the PROGRAME BROCHURE HERE uploads/Program Brochure MobiHealth.pdf .
The summary of Mobihealth 2014 is ready! Click here for the whole clip! The photos from the event are published here!
The conference program is now available! Both 'At a Glance' and 'Full Version'.
The complete PDF version of the program should be ready very soon!
Dr Benny Lo from Imperial College London (UK) to give a keynote speech on "Body Sensor Networks: Challenges and The Future".
- MobiHealth 2015 has a New Special Session "Smart Phone based Health Diagnostics and Monitoring (SP-Health)". Find CFP HERE!
ACM SIGBio is technically co-sponsoring Mobihealth 2015. The proceedings will appear in the ACM DL.
- Advances in sensor devices for biomedical monitoring;
- Intra-body communication issues (propagation & transmission);
- Body Area networks (architectures, protocols, scheduling, …);
- Heterogenous and in-/on-/out- networks;
- Wearable, outdoor and home-based applications;
- Data collection and management at hubs, mobile devices and gateways;
- Energy management and optimisation issues in biomedical devices and networks;
- Decision support algorithms for data analysis;
- Healthcare telemetry and telemedicine;
- Remote diagnosis and patient management;
- Accuracy, reliability, security, protection, identity, privacy, of diagnoses and data;
- All-pervasive wireless systems for health applications;
- Factoring in the environment (hospitals, nursing homes, assisted living,…).
- The way forward in personalised body are networks (consisting of several biomedical sensors inside, on or outside the body).
- The importance of material science and engineering in deriving future smart healthcare systems. This will include aspect related to nano-technologies and reconfigurable mechanical and electronic devices.
- Providing the optimum solution for patient monitoring and inclusion of users in the feedback and decision making through bi0directional interfaces and more physical/virtual interactions for areas even extending to mental health.