First Workshop in Artificial Intelligence Techniques for BioMedicine and HealthCare (AIBH)

AIBH is a BIBM 2018 Workshop

http://orienta.ugr.es/bibm2018/

Dec 3-6, 2018, Madrid, Spain


Organizer: Luciano Caroprese (University of Calabria), Pierangelo Veltri (University Magna Graecia of Catanzaro), Ester Zumpano (University of Calabria)


The application of AI in medicine has two main branches: the virtual and the physical branch. The first refers to the use of machine learning or deep learning technique to improve learning by experience and has significantly boosted the discoveries in genetic and molecular medicine; the physical branch relates to sophisticated robots and medical devices that are involved in the delivery of care. Applications of AI will became more and more diffuse in the next years, thanks to the advances in natural language processing and social awareness algorithms and last, but not least the unprecedented amount of available data.
The need of AI in health care is crucial! A huge volume of data related to patient medical records and also obtained by wearable health sensors has to be managed and analyzed in detail. We are flooded by data, routinely collected in health care, but much remains to do, data are often incomplete or inaccurate and this results to be critical in some process.
A great challenge is build better modeling tools for integrating human expertise and machine learning techniques to exploit big data in biomedicine and healthcare, formulate hypothesis about how the human organisms acts in heath and illness.
We are quite confident that this topic is an hot topic for the research community and a relevant and intriguing topic for the conference audience.

Research topics 
The workshop on Artificial Intelligence Techniques for BioMedicine and HealthCare aims at bringing together
researchers from academia, industry, government, and medical centers in order to present and improve
the international state of the art and the latest advances in the intriguing area of the use of Artificial
Intelligence in the fields of BioMedicine, healthcare and in general wellbeing. AIBH is expected to cover
both theoretical and practical aspects, as well as technologies and tools of AI in biomedicine, healthcare
and wellbeing. The workshop will cover a wide spectrum of issues, from those aimed at easing and
supporting healthcare professionals' work to those devoted to improving patients’ lives. The workshop also
aims at discussing computational models, social computing, and agent-based solutions applied to practical
solutions that address topics related to Healthcare.

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
- AI in Healthcare Support Systems
- AI for Personalized Healthcare
- AI in Medical Imaging
- AI in Biomedicine
- AI in mHealth, eHealth, and Wearable Health
- Medical Expert Systems
- New computational platforms and models for health data;
- AI in medical and healthcare education;
- AI and data science in medicine, medically-oriented human biology, and healthcare;
- AI-based modeling and management of healthcare pathways and clinical guidelines;
- AI in Personalization of clinical care
- Health Care Information Systems;
- Applications of AI in Health Care and Wellbeing Systems;
- Machine and Deep learning approaches for Health Data;
- Neural Networks in Health Care;
- Multi-modal Data Fusion and Representation

Important Dates

Nov 01, 2018: (New Deadline) Due date for full workshop papers submission
Nov 5, 2018: Notification of paper acceptance to authors
Nov 15, 2018: Camera-ready of accepted papers
Dec 3-6, 2018: Workshops

Paper Submission

Length of paper

  • Full-paper: 8 pages
  • Short-paper: 2 pages

Please submit a paper (up to 8 page IEEE 2-column format) through the online submission system (you can download the format instruction here (http://www.ieee.org/conferences_events/conferences/publishing/templates.html).

Online Submission:

https://wi-lab.com/cyberchair/2018/bibm18/index.php

Program Chairs


Workshop papers will be published in the main conference proceedings. The proceedings is indexed

Special Issues on important Journals are also planned.


Program Committee Members

Giuseppe Di Fatta (University of Reading, UK)

Sergio Flesca (University of Calabria, Italy)

Shahab Shamshirband (Norvegian University of Science and Technology)

Carmela Comito (National Research Council of Italy (CNR)-, Italy)

Eugenio Vocaturo (University of Calabria, Italy)

Mengnan Zhao (Drexel University, Philadelphia, USA)

Domenico Ursino (Università Politecnica delle Marche, Italy)

Patrizia Vizza (University of Catanzaro, Italy)

Giuseppe Tradigo (University of Calabria, Italy)

Dong Si (University of Washington Bothell, USA)

Mattia Prosperi (University of Florida, USA)

Simona Rombo (University of Palermo, Italy)