EAI MobiHealth 2023 invites you to present demonstrations during the main conference held on November 28-30, 2023 in Vila Real, Portugal.
Demos provide authors an opportunity to demonstrate or present their work, including cutting-edge research, newly developed service, prototype or product addressing one or more of the suggested topics as presented in the conference scope. A successful submission communicates ideas and concepts in a powerful way that a regular presentation cannot. All accepted submissions are showcased during the conference, where the presenters have the ability to interact with the conference attendees, and showcase their work and technologies. We therefore encourage making your demonstration visually or otherwise appealing and presenting it in an innovative way.
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Submissions are solicited for late-breaking results in a poster-only session. Posters will undergo a review process and, if accepted, presenters must register for the conference at either the student or regular registration rate. Note that there is no paper associated with a poster.
Please submit a PDF of your poster. While the format is flexible, the size of the poster should be smaller than 91 cm in either dimension. The preferred size is 91cm by 71cm (international poster size), either portrait or landscape.
Experimental Demo Session
This session will highlight small portable experiments that conference participants have developed for education or research purposes. Each presenter will have access to a monitor to share videos or other information and a table to display the experiment. A curated list of the educational experiments will be archived as an open resource for other instructors. Presenters of accepted demos must register for the conference at either the student or regular registration rate. Note that there is no paper associated with an experimental demo.
Please submit a one-page abstract of the experiment that includes a description, and an image or schematic, of the experiment. Identify if the experiment is for education or for research purposes. Abstracts submitted for educational experiments should describe the fundamental concepts being demonstrated or explored, as well as sample experiments or projects that could be done with the experiment. Abstracts submitted for research experiments should describe the topic of research, capabilities and functionalities of the experiment, and types of research data that could be collected. The creation of a short (less than 3 minute) video describing the experiment and linked to in your abstract is encouraged.
The EAI MobiHealth 2023 Demos track shares the same research topics as the main research track, including but not limited to:
Medical, Communications and Networking:
- Medical edge computing
- Medical internet of things
- Health IT Infrastructure
- QICS-Qualitative Intelligence and Communication Systems
- RTLS – Real-Time Location Systems
- Converged networks and applications
- Network and services virtualization
- Quality of Service (QoS) and Quality of Experience (QoE)
- Software-Defined Networking (SDN) and network management
- Delay-tolerant, fault-tolerant and reliable communication
- In-hospital networking, body area networking and cloud-integrated networking
- Nanoscale/molecular communications
- Network coding and error detection/correction
- Resilience and robustness communications
- Data Security and Protection
Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine (DICOM).Biomedical, and Health Informatics:
- HCI – Human Computing Interaction
- CDSS- Clinical Decision Support Systems
- Medical Dictation
- Interoperability for personal Health systems
- Data preprocessing, cleansing, management and mining
- Data quality assessment and improvement
- Medical imaging
- Computer-aided detection, hypothesis generation and diagnosis
- Evidence-based medicine
- Evolutionary and longitudinal patient and disease models
- Clinical workflow
- Medication adherence and health monitoring
- Smart health and big data
- Methods for inputting, transmitting and processing data for e- health
Multimedia e-health data exchange services.Signal/Data Processing and Computing For Health Systems:
- Big data models, theories, algorithms, approaches, solutions
- Machine learning, data mining, web mining, and graph mining
- Deep Learning for Health
- Wearable sensors for patients monitoring
- Virtual rehabilitation (stroke, Parkinson disease, Alzheimer disease, multiple sclerosis)
- Telemedicine for aging
- Gait analysis (arm swing, balance, posture control)
- Falls (detection, tracking)
- Smart building for future of health and the wellbeing
- Medical Speech/Voice Recognition Systems
- mHealth and Mobile Device Software for Healthcare
- Cancer (screening and diagnosis)
- Assistive Technology and Enhanced Living Environment (ELE)
Complex systems and optimal pandemic control.Health Information Systems:
- Health Information Systems
- Patient Relationship Management
- Health Information Exchange Solutions
- Medical Semantic Web
- Medical & Patient Scheduling Software
- Medication Administration Systems
- Healthcare Information Systems Integration, Interoperability & Connectivity solutions
- Medical Records & Document Scanning
- Ethics and Social Impact of Information Systems and New Challenges
- Clinical Reporting Systems
- Nursing Informatics
- Personal Health Records
- Picture Archiving and Communication Systems (PACS)
- Building Information Modelling (BIM) for healthy buildings
- The role of IT to a safe building construction.
To apply for a demo-presentation describe your demonstrator in an extended abstract of 1 A4 page length. Additionally, provide your requirements regarding hardware as a list along with the preference regarding the demo-location.
At least one author of each Demonstration must register for and attend the conference, including their conference demonstrations session.
Extended abstracts pf the demos should be submitted through EAI ‘Confy+‘ system.
- Demos extended abstracts should be in English;
- Demos extended abstracts do NOT follow a double-blind review process.
- Demos extended abstracts are recommended to include, at the end of the abstract, an URL pointing to the video of the demos (up to 5 minutes).
Submissions will be evaluated based on significance of the contribution to the field and technical correctness.
Accepted and registered Demos will be showcased at the venue open to the conference participants. Authors will need to be available for installation, and for facilitating interaction with their work at scheduled times during the conference at their designated Demo table. Authors are expected to bring physical equipment for a prototype demonstration.
Submission Deadline: October 31, 2023
Notification deadline: November 10, 2023