CALL FOR PAPERS
     International Conference on Future Internet e-Health
         May 25–28, 2016 | PUEBLA, Mexico


Prof. Nadia Berthouze - UCL, United Kingdom

The forthcoming infrastructure for communications, sensing, and storing 
of digital information, together with the incipient ICT-based services 
converge to create an exceptional opportunity time for addressing 
challenging needs of the health systems of the future. This conference 
will be looking at the dawn of a new age of the e-Health science and 
technologies. It will do so understanding future Internet as the 
enabling substratum.

e-Health has become a central element for the implementation of 
solutions demanded by the provision of health in our societies. It is a 
multidisciplinary field where expertise on biomedicine, nursing, 
psychology, public policy and administration, education, engineering in 
several disciplines and computing converges. The topic is deceivingly 
vast and consequently we are seeking to attract a multidisciplinary 
audience with special focus on the harnessing of Future Internet 
e-Health infrastructure and services. Contributions are welcomed in the 
following or related topics:

Health necessities
     Full health coverage; prevention, diagnosing, treatment and monitoring
     Knowledge distribution and appropriation
     Support to and coordination of logistic distribution of health services
     Health systems managing and administration
     Well-being support
     Intelligent operating theatre
Supporting services
     Support to evidence-based medicine
     Data mining, knowledge discovery and big data
     Safety and privacy
     Ambient intelligence
     Sensors and devices; integration and internet of things
     Cloud storing and recovery
     Processing over the Internet; remote control.
     Communications; 4G/5G, etc.

The emphasis will be in pragmatic short and mid-term knowledge, but 
visionary long-term contributions will be welcomed. Focus is on 
scientific contributions, but development and applications of 
technologies will also be considered.

     Initial Submission: 15 January, 2016
     Notification: 25 February, 2016
     Camera-Ready: 25 March, 2016

     Full paper length: 6 - 12 pages
     Short paper length: 2 - 4 pages
     Submissions are to be sent through the EasyChair platform: 
     Submissions will be reviewed anonymously by at least three expert 
     Papers will be judged on originality, correctness, clarity and 
relevance. Submitted papers must be original work, and may not be under 
consideration for another conference or journal.
     Submission of the paper implies agreement of the author(s) to 
attend the conference and present the paper if accepted.

Accepted papers will be published in the FI-eHealth 2016 Conference 
Proceedings and by Springer-Verlag in the Lecture Notes of ICST (LNICST).

Alberto L. Morán, UABC, Mexico
Venet Osmani, Create-Net, Italy

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