Call for Papers

Motivation

Biomedical multidimensional signal processing and multimedia understanding is an important part of many intelligent applications. Analyzing raw data is essential to exploit their full potential and to help with their detail analysis and use in bioengineering, control and robotic systems. Our purpose is to provide an international forum to present and discuss current trends and future directions in computational intelligence in biomedicine, neurology and multimedia understanding. The meeting also aims at fostering the creation of a permanent network of scientists and practitioners for an easy and immediate access to latest research topics in this interdisciplinary area.

Scope and Topics

Suggested topics include, but are not limited to:

  • Medical data mining, biosensors and multiframe signal acqusition
  • Medical image segmentation and model-based representation
  • Biological and medical knowledge representation and data processing
  • Man-machine interaction, motion detection, recognition and modelling
  • Statistical and Bayesian methods of biosignal processing
  • Wavelet transforms and multidimensional signals analysis
  • Computational intelligence in biomedicine
  • Polysomnography and diagnosis of sleep disorders
  • Optical coherence tomography and retinal imaging
  • Data processing in rehabilitation and analysis of sport activities
  • Integration of heterogeneous data sources in medicine and data fusion
  • Multimedia labeling, semantic annotation
  • Multimodal and cross-modal data analysis, clustering
  • Big data, distributed digital libraries and decision support systems in medicine
  • Multimodal indexing and searching in very large data-bases
  • Remote patient monitoring and telemonitoring, eHealth, mHealth
  • Digital signal processing and assistive technologies
  • Text and speech recognition
  • Microscopic image feature extraction and classification

Main Objectives

  • to enable information exchange in design, research and development in the field of biomedical engineering and multimedia understanding for young end experienced researchers
  • to encourage young participants in their publishing activities
  • to share information related to biomedical engineering and multimedia understanding
  • to support a new collaboration among participants