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William Hudson <[log in to unmask]>
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Sat, 21 May 2005 08:22:17 +0100
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Posted on behalf of Nicolas Richard [mailto:[log in to unmask]] 
Sent: 20 May 2005 19:32

ICOST 2005 Organizing Committee invites you to distribute the
announcement of the ICOST 2005 conference to colleagues, partners and
client. The 3rd International Conference on Smart Homes and Health
Telematic, entitled "From Smart Homes to Smart Care", will be held July
4-6, 2005 in beautiful Magog, Canada. Print and post the attached call
for participation to express your interest in the cutting edge research
and development in health telematics.

You will find the details of the conference at:

ICOST 2005  -  ICOST 2005  -  ICOST 2005  -  ICOST 2005
The ICOST 2005 Organizing Committee is inviting you to join
practitioners and researchers from around the world to this year
conference entitled "From Smart Homes to Smart Care". The 3rd
International Conference on Smart Homes and Health Telematic will be
held July 4-6, 2005 in beautiful Magog, Canada. Register now by fax or
through our website.

You will find the complete information about the conference and the
registration process on ICOST 2005 website :

ICOST 2005 is proud to feature renoun speakers:
Dr Roy H. Campbell, Siebel for Computer Science
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champain, USA

Dr Jay Lundell, Proactive Health Laboratory
Intel, USA


Dr. Z. Zenn Bien, Human-friendly Welfare Robotic System Research Center
Korean Advanced Institute of Science and Techonology, Korea

This year's conference topics cover:
- User Perspective
- Smart Devices and Distributed Sensors
- Context Aware Smart Homes
- Enabling Smart Care
- Standardization and Remote Monitoring

The conference will hold a round table of users, formal and informal 
caregivers on the theme of the acceptability of intelligent

ICOST Mission
ICOST aims at creating an active research community dedicated to explore

how smart homes and health telematics can foster independent living and 
an enhanced life style for elderly and disabled people. Smart homes are 
augmented environment with embedded computers, information appliances, 
and multimodal sensors allowing people to perform tasks efficiently by 
offering unprecedented levels of access to information and assistance 
from computer. Health telematics makes the most of networks and 
telecommunications to propose remote health services, expertise and 

Dr Sylvain Giroux,
Universite de Sherbrooke
Sherbrook    e, Canada

Dr Daqing Zhang,
Institute for Infocomm Research

Dr Mounir Mokhtari
Institut National des Telecommunications-INSERM
Evry, France

Kindest regards,
ICOST 2005 Organizing Committee

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