MobileMed 2014 2014 : 2nd International Conference on Mobile and Information Technologies in Medicine
Call For Papers
We are glad to invite you to the 2nd International Conference on Mobile and Information Technologies in Medicine Prague, Czech Republic this November 20th-21st.
The 2nd MobileMed is the premier event for researchers, medical doctors, engineers, health care providers, academicians and students interested in applications of mobile communications to human health. This conference provides opportunities to cover the most recent discoveries within the synergistic areas of mobile and health and an opportunity to network with tomorrow’s experts in the field.
We are proud to announce our new partner: Czech National eHealth Centre which focuses on telemedicine and telecare applications in medical field.
This year you can contribute to three main themes: Mobile technologies in healthcare, Healthy ageing and assistive technologies, Business models and sustainability in clinical practice.
The big news is our new MOBILE HEALTH & AAL CHALLENGE where mHealth start-ups, SME, entrepreneurs and students can compete for valuable prizes:1500$ (gold award),1000$ (silver award),500 (bronze award)$ and 1000$ (audience award)!!
You can again expect interesting keynote speakers:
Please note that due to financial support of Czech Technical University in Prague and Czech National eHealth Centre the registration is still FREE OF CHARGE.
We look forward to receiving your submissions and to welcoming you to Prague in November 2014!
Czech Technical University in Prague
Czech National eHealth Centre
September 15th 2014
Notification of paper acceptance:
September 30th 2014
October 15th 2014
Full papers (camera ready) deadline:
October 26th 2014
November 20th-21st 2014
The conference will glue the synergistic focus areas of Mobile and Health. The essence of the conference lies in its interdisciplinary nature, with original contributions cutting across boundaries but all within the ambit of the application of mobile communications (technologies, standards, solutions & methodologies).
The main themes will include (but are not limited to):
Telemedicine application for disease management
Social networking applications for health professionals, patients and consumers
Business modelling in eHealth
Human-Computer Interface (HCI) Design
Personal health records and patient portals
Big Data in Healthcare
Gamification in Healthcare
New and emerging technologies
Authors are invited to submit papers in the format defined by the Springer LNICST Authors' template. Regular papers and invited papers are allowed up to 4 pages including all figures, tables and references.
Details on the submission publication http://www.mobmed.org/for-authors.html
Papers will be rigorously reviewed by the technical program committee.
Daniel Novak (chair), Dept. of Cybernetics, FEE CTU in Prague, Czech Republic
David Kula (co-chair), Czech National eHealth Centre, Palacky University Olomouc and University Hospital Olomouc, Czech Republic
Jan Šedivý, Dept. of Cybernetics, FEE CTU in Prague, Czech Republic
Milos Taborsky, Czech National eHealth Centre, Palacky University Olomouc and University Hospital Olomouc, Czech Republic
Gianluca Agosta, ENEA, Italy
Tarik Al-Ani, Groups ESIEE, Paris, France
Eoin Banahan, RoundRose Associates, United Kingdom
David Cuesta Frau, Department of Computer Engineering, Politecnical University of Valencia, Spain
Roman Gabrhelik, Charles University and General Teaching Hospital, Czech Republic
Miroslav Hamouz, AlertMe, United Kingdom
Stefan Holiga, Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences, Germany
Francisco Ibáñez, Brainstorm Multimedia, Spain
Claudio Lamberti, University of Bologna, Italy
Pavel Kordik, Czech Technical University in Prague
Lenka Lhotská, Dept. of Cybernetics, FEE CTU in Prague, Czech Republic
Jan Macek, IBM, Czech Republic
Lukas Roubik, Czech National eHealth Centre, Palacky University Olomouc and University Hospital Olomouc, Czech Republic
Gregory Maniatopoulos, Institute of Health & Society,Faculty of Medical Sciences,Newcastle University
Milos Mraz, Charles University and General Teaching Hospital, Czech Republic
Karsten Muller, Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences, Germany
Zdenek Gutter, Czech National eHealth Centre, Palacky University Olomouc and University Hospital Olomouc, Czech Republic
Petr Nalevka, SleepAsAndroid, Czech Republic
Jakub Ouhrabka, Comgate, Czech Republic
Misha Pavel, U.S. National Science Foundation + Oregon Health and Science University
Thomas Penzel, Charite, Germany
Tomas Prusa, Masaryk University, Czech Republic
Eugen Rasev, Schweinfurt Rehabilitation Clinic, Germany
Rossany Roche, Informedica, Spain
Henk Schwietert, Evalan, Netherlands
Olga Štěpánková, Dept. of Cybernetics, FEE CTU in Prague, Czech Republic
Ausra Vidugiriene, Vytautas Magnus University, Lithuania
Martin Vyhnálek, Charles University and Motol Hospital, Czech Republic
Kevin Warwick,University of Reading, United Kingdom
Alexandrer Wohrer, Vienna Science and Technology Fund, Austria
Adam Zbiejczuk, Babel Guide, Czech Republic
Eduard Bakstein, (chair), Dept. of Cybernetics, FEE CTU in Prague, Czech Republic
Jakub Schneider, Dept. of Cybernetics, FEE CTU in Prague, Czech Republic
Petr Svobodnik, Dept. of Cybernetics, FEE CTU in Prague, Czech Republic
Jan Lukes, , Dept. of Cybernetics, FEE CTU in Prague, Czech Republic