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STFDH 2015 : SPECIAL TRACK ON THE FUTURE OF DIGITAL HEALTH

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Link: http://www.futuredigitalhealth.com/
 
When Apr 13, 2015 - Apr 15, 2015
Where Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
Submission Deadline Nov 17, 2014
 

Call For Papers

Call for Papers

One of the biggest growing markets for Information Technology is the health, wellness and ambient assisted living domain. The emergence of new care models is driving the point of care away from hospitals into the community. The delivery of care takes place further and further away of the physical location of patient data. Also, individual health data are increasingly distributed and need to be integrated in real time, frequently across different domains and networks in a safe and secure manner. Due to demographic developments world wide virtualization of care is a necessity which eventually will thrive on new network technologies such as 5G and features such as software defined networks (SDN) and network functions virtualization (NFV). On the other hand dissemination of these much needed information technologies will require new business models, standards and certification schemes as can already be seen for the case of new m Health applications such as massively promoted on the Apple and Google platforms. Three streams have so far been established to discuss the social technological alignment (stream 1), innovative mHealth apps and platforms (stream 2) and sensors, networks and interoperability (stream 3).
Stream 1

Social technological alignment in health and care

Thomas Jell, Siemens AG, Munich
Global trends on digital health
Requirements engineering
User interaction design
Framework requirements of the Future Internet
Societal and social challenges
Ethical and legal requirements
Economical imperatives and new business models including case reports
Psychological aspects
M2M and M2H Trust
Readiness
Mobility
Digital media
Stream 2

mHealth apps and platforms

Dr. Mojca Volk, University of Ljubljana
Generic Enablers
Specific Enablers
Applications
Safe and secure domain integration
Software re-usability
Interfaces
Cloud
Grids
Fog
Stream 3

Sensors, networks and interoperability

Prof. Dr. Kohei Arai, Saga University, Japan
IoT
5G
Software defined networks (SDN)
Application and network layer interaction
Network Functionality Virtualization (NFV)
Security by design
Operating theatre technology
Big data
Robotics
New devices


General Chairs

Prof. Dr. Kohei Arai
Saga University, Japan
Prof. Dr. Christoph Thuemmler
Edinburgh Napier University, UK
Dr. Ing. Armin Schneider
Technical University Munich, Germany
Program Committee

Prof. Michalis Zervakis
Technical University Greece
Dr. Oli Mival
Edinburgh Napier University, UK
Dr. Samuel Fricker
Blekinge Institute of Technology, Sweden
Dr. Kashif Saleem
King Saud University, Saudia Arabia
Dr. Jakob Rasmussen
CityMart, Denmark
Prof. Neeli Prasad
Aalborg University, Denmark
Dr. Nadya Purtova
Tilburg University, Netherlands
Prof. Chunxue Bai
Fudan University, China
Dipl. Inf. Ahmed Elsherbiny Hasan
Technical University Munich, Germany
Alois Paulin
Edinburgh Napier University, UK
Dr. Ai Keow Lim Jumelle
Edinburgh Napier University, UK

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