Conference Information
BODYNET 2015: International Conference on Body Area Networks
http://bodynets.org/2015/show/home
Submission Date:
2015-06-01
Notification Date:
2015-07-31
Conference Date:
2015-09-28
Location:
Sydney, Australia
Years:
10
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Call For Papers
BodyNets 2015 aims to provide a world-leading and unique opportunity for bringing together researchers and practitioners from diverse disciplines to plan, analyse, design, build, deploy and experiment with/on body area networks (BANs).

TOPICS

We are soliciting high-quality original papers in the following topics (but not limited to):

1. Wearable Computing

Chaired by Giancarlo Fortino (University of Calabria)

    Pervasive user interface
    Context and situation awareness
    Augmented reality
    Sensory augmentation
    Motion detection and activity recognition
    User modeling and personalization

2. Embedded Devices and Medical Applications

Chaired by Gang Zhou (College of William and Mary)

    High-confidence medical devices
    Integration of medical devices with healthcare systems
    Medical device plug-and-play
    Assistive technologies for independent aging
    Pervasive health care and patient monitoring
    New medical diagnostics and treatments
    Ambient assisted living
    Virtual hospitals

3. Communications and Networking

Chaired by Ming Li (Utah State University)

    Various types of BANs, e.g. in-body, on-body and around-body networks
    Signal/information processing and communication models in BANs
    BAN architectures and protocols
    Power-efficient communications
    Wireless energy transfer
    Delay-tolerance, fault-tolerance and reliability in BANs
    Cloud computing and BANs
    Cognitive networks for medical bands

4. Systems and Applications - Ambient Intelligence

Chaired by Qi Zhang (Aarhus University)

    Sensing and actuation in BANs
    Software engineering and systems engineering for BANs
    Modeling, simulations and empirical experiments
    Design and performance issues
    Tools, testbeds and deployment issues
    Wireless-to-bio interface/transduction
    Standardization
Last updated by Dou Sun in 2015-05-02
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