Deadline has been extended to January 22, 2016. You can find the instruction for authors on IARIA conference site at thisk link. We accept research papers 4-6 page long with both preliminarly and/or validated results. You can find the editorial rules at this link. Please send your paper via mail to one of the symposium chairs listed below.
Other important deadline:
Notification of acceptance: February 15, 2016
Registration: March 1, 2016
Camera Ready: March 16, 2016
Symposium in DIGITAL HEALTHY LIVING 2016
April 24-28, 2016 Venice
The first edition of MATH (Mobile and Assistive Technology for Healthcare) proposes to be an aggregator for multidisciplinary research and scientific challenges in the Healthcare Technology domain. The essence of this mini-symposium lies mainly in its multidisciplinary nature and the technology applied to healthcare is the backbone of this multidisciplinarity.
The main topic of MATH 2016 is “ICT applied for mobile healthcare and wellbeing”.
Particularly, MATH 2016 has the aim to focus different scientific works dealing with four main components: patient safety, prevention and health management and wellbeing.
TOPICS & SUBTOPICS
ICT applied for mobile healthcare and wellbeing
Mobile e-health application
Assistive technology in wellbeing and active aging
Internet Of Things for health care system
ICT platforms for domestic healthcare
Wearable, outdoor and home-based applications
Healthcare telemetry and telemedicine
Cristiana is the Chief of “Research & Development” Business Unit of Gruppo SIGLA. Currently her main research activity particularly deals with mHealth, eHealth, Internet of Things (IoT) and Users’ experience. Teacher of several courses in the area of “Automatic Control” and “Automated Manufacturing", supervisor of several Laurea Thesis, she was consultant of several companies. She is member of the Scientific and Technical Board of TRANSIT Pole, and member of the Steering Committee of SIIT PMI District.
Maurizio Caon is currently a PostDoc researcher in Human-Computer Interaction at the University of Applied Sciences and Arts Western Switzerland and is Director of Design and Innovation at the HumanTech Institute. His research domains are in the area of computer science: Activity Recognition, Gesture Recognition, Augmented Reality, Ambient Intelligence, Human Computer Interaction, Next Generation Networks (IP Multimedia Susbsystem) and Image Elaboration and Protection.
Paolo works as Research Fellow at Sensibilab Laboratory of the Design Dept. at Politecnico di Milano. His primary research interests concern wearable device for sports and healthcare application, and Brain Computer Interface. His work ranges form the study of interaction and interface between human and device to the development of hardware and software for mobile system. He was consultant of manu companies in the field of portable medical device and the main inventor of patented sensorize swimsuit. He is one of the developer of BCI++ framework.