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Oliver Korn <[log in to unmask]>
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Dear colleagues, 

the Pervasive Technologies Related to Assistive Environments Conference
(PETRA) will be on Corfu Island from June 29 to July 1. 

We would like to invite researchers working in the area of healthcare and
assisted living to submit their original research findings.
Accepted papers will be included in both the conference proceedings and in
the ACM Digital Library.

Full papers: January 20
Short papers: February 20
Poster papers: March 20

Main research areas:
- Healthcare Informatics
- Big Data Management
- Data Privacy and Remote Health Monitoring
- Games for Physical Therapy and Rehabilitatioin
- User Interface Design and Usability
- Reasoning Systems and Machine Learning
- Affective Computing
- Human-Robot Interaction
- Human-Centered Computing
- Haptics- Gesture and Motion Tracking
- Cognitive Modeling
- Wearable Computing

Main applications areas:
- Sensor networks for pervasive health care
- Mobile and wireless technologies
- Healthcare privacy and data security
-  Smart rehabilitation systems
- Game design for cognitive assessment and social interaction
- Behavior monitoring systems
- Computer vision in healthcare
- Virtual and augmented reality environments
- Ambient assisted living
- Navigation systems
- Collaboration and data sharing
- Wearable devices
- Drug delivery evaluation
- Vocational safety and health monitoring
- Eyetracking
- Telemedicine and biotechnology
- Technologies for senior living
- Social impact of pervasive technologies
- Intelligent assistive environments
- Technologies to provide assessment and intervention for Stroke recovery ,
spinal cord injury, and multiple sclerosis
- Technologies for improving quality of daily living
- Robotics research for rehabilitation and tele-rehabilitation
- Innovative design for smart wheelchairs and smart canes
- Computer based training systems for artificial limbs and prosthetics
- Disability computing: Smart systems to assist persons with visual,
hearing, and loss of limb functionalities
- Smart Cities of the Future
- Assistive Technologies for Urban Environments

Best regards,

Oliver Korn
Prof. Dr. Oliver Korn
Professor for Human Computer Interaction

Offenburg University of Applied Sciences

Badstr. 24, Room  D 302, 77652 Offenburg, Germany
Tel.  +49 (0) 781 / 205 - 4821  |  Fax: -45-4821   

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