The workshop will bring together researchers from both industry and academia from the various disciplines to contribute to the 1st International Workshop on Healthcare and Rehabilitation. The emerging enabling technologies, e.g., mobile edge/fog/cloud computing, smart robots, etc., will perform important roles in the development of next-generation healthcare and rehabilitation systems that smartly assist patients and elderly. However, these promising cyber-physical systems could bring various challenges in multidisciplinary research domains, including data analysis, security, machine learning (ML), biological sensors, soft robotics, medical prosthetics and so forth. Potential contributions include not only innovative design and development of infrastructures of cyber physical systems, medical prosthetics, biomechanical modeling and health monitoring software, but also health data mining using assistive technology such as artificial intelligence (AI) and ML for advancements can bring significant improvements for healthcare and rehabilitation.
This workshop will provide opportunities for researchers to discuss and present their latest work in the areas of healthcare and rehabilitation. These contributions could address state-of-the-art problems of connected healthcare applications, and the relevant topics include, but not limited to:
Paper Submission Deadline: September 7, 2019
Authors Notification: October 7, 2019
Camera-Ready Paper Due: October 15, 2019
Conference Date: December 16-18, 2019
Submit as PDF via the submission system:https://edas.info/newPaper.php?c=26502&track=98791. Accepted conference papers will be rapidly published in Springer CCIS within two months. At least one author of each accepted paper is required to register and present their work at the conference; otherwise the paper will not be included in the proceedings. More submission instructions can be found via: http://www.cybermatics.org/CyberCon/CyberLife2019/submission.htmlWorkshop contact
Please email enquiries to Dr. Kun Chen (email@example.com).
This workshop is supported by the Key Laboratory of Broadband Wireless Communication and Sensor Networks of Hubei Province, China.